5 Lessons The World Can Learn From Israel As The Pioneer Of Cannabis Research
From groundbreaking medical discoveries to innovations in technology and agriculture, it’s clear that Israel the world’s ground zero when it comes to medical cannabis. They have been at the forefront of cutting edge research for decades now, and the world can learn significant lessons from Israel.
We owe most of what we know about cannabis today to Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, an Israeli chemist, who was also responsible for being the first to ever isolate and identify the THC molecule several decades ago. Dr. Mechoulam’s foray into medical cannabis research back in the 1960’s paved the way for an entire industry to grow from the plant.
These are the most important lessons the world can take away from Israel as a model of innovation and advancements in medical cannabis:
Overall, the mindset of the Israeli people regarding cannabis is far more progressive than the United States or any other country in the world. They see cannabis as a plant; not a health or safety concern, and one with important healing properties.
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