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The plant is also outlawed in Israel, but the marijuana research industry there is thriving. Israel, along with Canada and the Netherlands, has a government-sponsored medical marijuana program, according to U.S. News and World Report. As of April, there were more than 100 cannabis-related clinical trials taking place there.
Scientists are looking into how marijuana could help people with conditions like autism, arthritis, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, cancer and other conditions.
“The world’s best cannabis scientists and researchers are all out of Israel. No other country comes close,” American businessman Garyn Angel told U.S. News.