The State Medical Board of Ohio delayed a vote on together with anxiousness and autism spectrum dysfunction to the state’s listing of qualifying circumstances for medical marijuana, which might have added new alternatives for MMJ companies within the state.
Board President Dr. Michael Schottenstein stated Wednesday the vote could be delayed to present two new board members time to think about professional reviews.
A doctor panel final month beneficial that anxiousness and autism be added to the listing of 21 circumstances for which registered physicians could make a affected person suggestion for medical marijuana.
The board voted in opposition to including opioid use dysfunction, despair and insomnia as qualifying circumstances, which the doctor panel didn’t suggest after listening to from consultants.
– Related Press