An unanticipated update has been confirmed in regards to the initiatives of Malaysian authorities towards introducing CBD products for therapeutical purposes within the country.
Earlier today, The Ministry of Health stated that it will soon announce a framework that allows specified cannabidiol (CBD) items to be licenced within the next year.
The guideline, according to its minister Khairy Jamaluddin, will be published “relatively soon,” and the department will invite proposal entries for CBD products which should be authorised.
“Because the ministry is dedicated to research and evidence, it demonstrates that if science points us in a certain path, we cannot ignore it.
“I’m reassured by the science of CBD products. I’m working internally to guarantee that everybody in the Ministry of Health is on board with this,” he said at the liftoff of The Centre’s review on Malaysians’ Attitudes Toward…