Medical marijuana has no health risks, World Health Organisation confirms.
The WHO has announced that CBD, the relaxant in cannabis used for medical marijuana, poses no health risks.
After months and years of speculation regarding the side effects to using cannbidiol (CBD), the WHO declared that the component is a conducive treatment for epilepsy and palliative care.
It is neither dangerous nor addictive.
The WHO is scheduled to undergo a more expansive review of cannabis in 2018.