On the eve of the Passover holiday, there has been a breakthrough in the controversy over whether cannabis is kosher.
A sobering account in Israeli daily Haaretz Dec. 8 finds that actually getting medical marijuana to PTSD-afflicted vets has proved difficult—starting with the problem of getting the necessary doctor's recommendation, and then bureaucratic obstacles onc...
Already known as a leading global player in clinical testing, Israeli growers have been leveraging clinical trials to produce new strains and providing expertise to deliver medical-grade cannabis products.
Israeli newspaper Haaretz on Aug. 15 featured an interview with the "King of Israel's Medical Marijuana Industry," Aharon Lutzky—who rose to this position by chance.
Israel's Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman announced on Monday that medical marijuana will now be available at pharmacies with a prescription.