• cannot be of modified release, nanotechnological and pegylated;
As defined in RDC 327 of 2019, ‘Cannabis Product’ refers to any product manufactured for medical use that contains, as active ingredients only, Cannabis sativa L plant derivatives or phytopharmaceuticals.
Under RDC 327 of 2019, the Cannabis Products:
• must be of pharmaceutical quality for human use;
• cannot contain isolated substances of synthetic or semi-synthetic origin, except those serving as excipients;
You may ask, what is the legalization of cannabis like in the country that is best known for its footballers?
In 2019, Anivisa made another mammoth decision that favors terminally ill patients. The cannabis watchdog allowed products with more than 0.2% THC to be sold in pharmacies for treating chronic conditions. The high THC products were also made to be an option for patients who have depleted alternative therapies.
Breaking down cannabis legalization
Brian Cusack writes…The 19th century. This is when cannabis landed in Brazil, introduced by the Portuguese colonizers. Fast forward, the booming cannabis industry in Brazil aligns with what is seen around the globe. Brazil is one of the fastest-growing cannabis markets in South America. Guess what is fuelling the growth, at the same time extinguishing its growth levels?
Industrial use of cannabis has been around for some time now. Mostly, the cannabis variety used for this reason is hemp rich in fiber. This is what is termed as industrial hemp. Is it legal in Brazil?
This brings us to two different uses of the cannabis plant that often give various regulations. Today, we even have two varieties of the cannabis plant that are regulated differently. Welcome the hemp and marijuana plants and let us define them.