Cannabinoide

Vom Hanf zum Arzneimittel — eine lange Reise

Das neue Cannabisgesetz, das Anfang 2017 in Kraft trat, ist in aller Munde. Damit soll sich die Verschreibung von cannabinoidhaltigen Arzneien und Cannabisblüten nun einfacher gestalten, bis hierhin war es allerdings ein weiter Weg.

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Henze, T. Vom Hanf zum Arzneimittel — eine lange Reise. Schmerzmed. 33, 34–37 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00940-017-0567-7

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