MEDICINAL OVERVIEW

The use of cannabis in medicine is not new. It was first used centuries ago and introduced into Western Medicine around 1840. The active ingredients in medicinal cannabis work in conjunction with a recently discovered system in our bodies called the ECS.

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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

The regulatory framework for the supply and access of medicinal cannabis in Australia is a complex and rapidly changing area.

Cannabis remains a highly regulated substance in Australia and the use and supply of cannabis for non-medicinal purposes (for example, recreational use) is illegal in Australia, in accordance with applicable Commonwealth, state and territory laws.

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PATIENT ACCESS

The Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) regulates the supply of medicinal cannabis in Australia. Health Care Practitioners can apply to the TGA to supply medicinal cannabis to certain patients through the Authorised Prescriber Scheme and the Special Access Scheme.

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LATEST NEWS

Entoura is focused on supporting patient care and access to medicinal cannabis.
As such we have upgraded our online platform to provide you the Entoura Cannabis Support (ECS) Portal.

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