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The use of cannabis or cannabinoids with other medications should always require consultation with a veterinarian before use. A systematic review of the efficacy of medical cannabis for psychiatric, movement and neurodegenerative disorders. This would help ensure that they are not used interchangeably or confused by consumers with products available on the recreational cannabis market, which are subject to different labeling and testing requirements and are not authorized to make health claims. It is important to note that patients (including children) can still access cannabis products for medical purposes with authorization from their healthcare professional.
We, the members of Health Canada's external Scientific Advisory Committee on health products containing cannabis, were honored to have Health Canada ask us for advice that would help shape regulations for health products containing cannabis in Canada. The search focused on information related to the safety, efficacy and quality standards of cannabis (including products containing cannabis or cannabinoids), especially when used for health-related purposes. Cannabis showed varied effects on non-painful outcomes, including the superiority of placebo over cannabis in some results. Clinical and preclinical evidence of the functional interactions of cannabidiol and Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol.
Canadians also have access to prescription drugs derived from cannabis or cannabis analogs (nabiximoles and nabilone, respectively). In recent years, there has been great interest in the medical and scientific community regarding the therapeutic potential of cannabis for human and veterinary health. It is important to consider this definition and the recommendations are intended to inform Health Canada's decision-making to develop a possible pathway for over-the-counter health products containing cannabis, and that this definition does not apply to currently available CBD products. This is compounded by a general lack of scientific communication and an early education strategy on cannabis, cannabinoids and therapeutic uses.