German Patients Say Cannabis Is “More Effective” Than Conventional Medications
Germany is home to a robust medical cannabis program, with patients having various options from which to source their medicine. Prescriptions for medical cannabis products became permitted in Germany in 2017.
Comparatively, many other countries that permit medical cannabis have far more restrictive policies and regulations. In many ways, Germany’s medical cannabis patient base serves as a great source for research and data, as it is more reflective of what a medical cannabis program should involve.
A survey of pain patients in Germany recently found that many patients report cannabis as being “more effective” compared to other conventional medications. Below is more information about it via a news release from NORML: