This rich, velvety strain has a cherry aroma and was named after its smooth texture, which resembles ice-cream. It reduces stress and provides a calm, relaxed feeling without making patients foggy. Which makes it suitable for a variety of medical treatments. Some say that certain dosage enhances the sativa effect and others the indica, which enables patients to use this strain during different parts of the day.
“Establishing the right strain and dosage is a combination of science and art, both guided by the principal of advancing slowly, while monitoring the response and including detailed explanations which set the right expectations for gradual change.”
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For over a decade now, IMC has been doing groundbreaking progress to improve the quality of its different strains and the active ingredients within each one. The standards of plants, active ingredients concentration levels and meticulous manufacturing procedures all form the base for our top products.
This sativa-dominated strain was named after the vibrant city of Tel-Aviv because both are known for uplifting the spirit and enhancing creativity. Its sweet, exotic flavor helps increase patients’ appetite and treat eating disorders, while providing a lively, energetic feeling.
As a leading company approved by the MOH for the past decade, IMC works tirelessly to allow our patients to live a happy & fulfilling life.
This governmental decision marks the beginning of a legal medical cannabis industry that has started to cultivate cannabis to supply services. It is also an opportunity for companies focused on cannabinoids to make their voices heard. In fact, Israeli patents are being created attracting numerous companies and investments from all over the world. Among the different cannabinoids contained in the Cannabis Sativa L plant, CBD stands out for its beneficial therapeutic properties. This discovery, although still slow, has resulted in the development of cannabinoid based products such as CBD oil, infusions or creams.
It was in Israel where Raphael Machoulam isolated THC for the first time. Since then research on medical cannabis has led the country to becoming a pioneer for the use of cannabis, particularly through their extensive scientific research and clinical trials dedicated to the plant.
After first identifying THC in 1964, Israeli professor Raphael Mechoulam continues to participate in research especially on studies focusing of cannabidiol (CBD). In this regard, it should be noted that in the field of medical cannabis in Israel, physicians are reluctant to use therapeutic cannabis.
Cann10: International Congress of Medical Cannabis in Israel
The government is gradually decriminalizing the use of medical cannabis in Israel. In addition, it is seeking to promote the use of it in the rest of world by authorizing the export of medical cannabis.
After several decades of research, the country’s main objective is to now gain legislative flexibility over medical cannabis and its accessibility to patients and physicians in Israel. The government is trying to facilitate the prescriptions of cannabis for therapeutic purposes and its supply in pharmacies.
The second international conference regarding medical cannabis in Tel Aviv will be held next June to further the recognition of medical cannabis in the world.
The second session shows the interest in Israel and other parts of the world for cannabis and its therapeutic potential. Currently, about 23,000 patients have had access to medical cannabis in Israel. Just a few years ago, in 2012, only 10,000 patients had access to cannabis for therapeutic purposes. However the number of people undergoing cannabinoid treatments has increased as research, clinical trials and diseases are all added to the official list of conditions that can be treated with medial cannabis.
This is due to the fact that the Ministry of health has no enforcement power to regulate the behavior of businesses or consumers.
Isreal is world-leading when it comes to research on cannabis, In fact, some of the earliest successful experiments and research has been carried out in Isreal. Let’s take a look at the laws surrounding CBD and CBD oil.
There are multiple different organizations currently holding conflicting views on the subject. In 2017, the Ministry of Health declared CBD illegal in the country. Their view was that it was not permissible to import or grow. However, the police organization of Isreal came out with a different view.
Background history of Israel’s CBD Industry
They determined CBD to not be a dangerous substance under the Drugs ordnance. According to them, this makes CBD fully legal to use and sell. Therefore, it is very unlikely that vendors or individuals consuming or handling CBD products would be arrested or face legal actions.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is without a doubt the most popular and studied cannabinoid out there. And there are good reasons for it. Our CBD is extracted using a gentle, yet very effective extraction method called Supercritical CO2 extraction.
All the way since the 1960s, Isreal has been heavily invested in research on CBD Oil. The Israeli scientist Raphael Mechoulam was the very first person to isolate the cannabinoid CBD from THC. A discovery that has made the man world-known in the industry.
When questioned why he chose to work in the field of medical marijuana, Mechoulam explained that for centuries, humans have been using plant-based chemicals as a means of curing a wide range of diseases.