An individual experiencing constant pain has been given the go-ahead to use Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for a three month period in Ireland. Although this is the first time THC has been used as a pain relief in the country, it’s actually the second time the use of THC has ever been authorized in Ireland, with the first time being last year to try and reduce a 3-year-old’s severe epileptic fits.

However, CPI’s (Chronic Pain Ireland) guidelines state that a patient taking THC does not smoke the substance, but instead is expected to take it with tea or through vaping. However, it’s possible we could see a wider form of legalization if this 3 month period has a successful affect on the patient.

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