CANADA: Marijuana-medicated brownies, teas and oils are now on the menu for patients who prefer ingesting their treatment, yet commercially licensed pot producers say a high court ruling doesn’t set out clear directions for them.
Lawyers at the cannabis industry’s national association are hashing out the impact of a Supreme Court of Canada ruling on Thursday that struck down limits on what constitutes legally allowable forms of medicinal pot.
“It’s certainly confusing,” said Eric Paul, a director on the board of the Canadian Medical Cannabis Industry Association.
“Does this mean the legislation we’re governed by . . . gives us the right to provide oral products or edibles or some other form?