By Xiu Ying, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent months, two more patients have obtained preventive Habeas Corpus for the cultivation of marijuana for medicinal purposes in the courts in Rio de Janeiro, without the risk of being arrested by the police or suffering any kind of legal harassment, says G1 in its latest report.
They both have herniated discs and claim the pain only diminished when they tried cannabis oil, after unsuccessful attempts with conventional treatments.
According to experts monitoring similar legal issues, there are about 10 cases of authorization in the state and about 40 across . . .