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Two medical cannabis products approved for sale

Drops will be available to some patients with multiple sclerosis, severe epilepsy or nausea from chemotherapy

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

@aiden_corkery
29th November, 2019
The products approved for sale include Aurora High CBD Oil Drops, produced by the Canadian company Aurora Cannabis

Two medicinal cannabis products have been approved for sale in the Irish market by Simon Harris, the Minister for Health.

Aurora High CBD Oil Drops, produced by the Canadian company Aurora Cannabis; and CannEpil, drops produced by the Australian-listed MGC Pharmaceuticals, are the first two products to be approved under the government‘s five-year medical cannabis access programme. Both are oral solutions and contain levels...

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