Why Can’t I Find CBD Oil Over The Counter In Pharmacies? Explained By Pharmacist Lisa Nguyen

As of February 1, 2021, it became legal to sell low dose CBD oil over the counter in pharmacies. While legal, it’s likely that patients and customers won’t find CBD oil in pharmacies for at least another 18 months.

In this video, Lisa Nguyen the founder of Astrid Dispensary explains why patients and customers can’t find low dose CBD oil over the counter in pharmacies yet.

In this video Lisa covers the following topics:
– 00:58 | Why can’t patients and customers find CBD oil in pharmacies?
– 01:29 | What does listing a CBD product on the ARTG entail?
– 02:58 | What is the cannabinoid content of over the counter CBD Oil?
– 03:39 | What’s the difference between over the counter CBD and CBD or cannabis prescribed by your doctor?
– 05:07 | When will we see CBD products in pharmacies?

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The team at honahlee are not doctors and are not providing medical advice. Neither Lisa Nguyen nor the honahlee team are recommending the use of marijuana (cannabis) for medical or adult use purposes. Cannabis does not work for everyone and may have negative side effects. In Australia, medical marijuana (cannabis) is regulated by the TGA. If you think cannabis is right for you, please consult with your doctor or specialist.


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