CANNABIS AND MENTAL HEALTH FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Keywords:cannabis, plain, pharmacopeia, mental health
The medicinal properties of the cannabis plant have been known for millennia. As far back as 2800 BC, cannabis was used to treat a vast array of health problems and was listed in Emperor Shen Nung's pharmacopeia.
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