From humble beginnings, CDA Clinics have now firmly established themselves as one of Australia’s leading cannabis clinics, providing a range of consultations and insightful information for both patients and doctors.
Proving their dedication to providing Australian patients with the finest and most suitable cannabis medications, CDA Clinics were the first in Australia to prescribe THC vape liquid to two of their patients.
On both occasions, the medication was prescribed to treat chronic pain. Patient one was suffering from anxiety and spinal pain, whilst patient two was experiencing endometriosis pain and period cramps.
Liquid form THC is a specific type of concentrated cannabis. The THC compound is first extracted from the cannabis flower, and then processed into a specialised liquid formula which can be inhaled using a vaporiser. This method of consuming cannabis is quite unique, as the effects of the medication can be felt within 10 minutes, lasting for anywhere between 2 to 4 hours.
Consuming cannabis medications in THC liquid form is perfect for those seeking relief from acute symptoms, specifically in those with chronic pain issues. If cannabis sounds like a medication that could help improve your life, you can take CDA’s quick 20 second questionnaire to determine your eligibility.
In a wider look, medical cannabis in Australia is currently booming, with a record number of patients being approved through the Special Access Scheme (SAS) in 2020. On its current growth rate, Australia’s cannabis industry is expected to be worth $1.5 billion in the next three years, with the larger Asia-Pacific market to be worth a massive $22.9 billion by 2027. CDA Clinics is in a prime position to hold a major share of Australia’s cannabis clinics market in the years to come.
On top of that, with the United Nations down-scheduling cannabis to the lowest level in the past week, international acceptance for medical marijuana continues to grow rapidly. Local growth will only accelerate with the TGA just making CBD oil available over the counter from 2021 – moving it from Schedule 4 to Schedule 3. The decision makes low-dose CBD oil available for sale in pharmacies across Australia, without the need for a doctor’s prescription.
These recent changes to the legality and acceptance of cannabis in Australia will only bring more and more Australians to accept it as a real and true medicine.
CDA Clinics have built a firm reputation in the industry, providing consultations for more than 15,000 Australians, and receiving plenty of 5-star reviews.
If you’d like to learn more about CDA Clinics, or would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the possibility using cannabis as a medicine, you can visit their website here – CDA Clinics.