The Iowa Medical Cannabidiol Board will contemplate changes to the state's medical cannabis program at a Nov. 1 meeting, where it will vote on adding new qualifying conditions and replacing the 3 percent THC cap with a purchase limit. The board is considering the addition of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Alzheimer's disease, as well as intellectual disability with aggression and/or self-injury, to Iowa's list of qualifying conditions, according to The Gazette. If the board approves ...
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Iowa Medical Cannabis Board Contemplates New Qualifying Conditions, Lifting THC Cap
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