Medical cannabis company sells its first marijuana pills

Research has shown that ingredients can help with chronic pain, cancer, anxiety, diabetes, epilepsy, rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, sleep disorders and more, company claims

A company has sold its first marijuana pills legally, and they are available to buy over the internet in Europe.

The company sells CBD, or cannabidoil, capsules. They are made from a strain of marijuana that helps keep the CBD but not contain tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which causes the intoxicating and psychological effects of marijuana.

The company says that CBD can help with chronic pain, cancer, anxiety, diabetes, epilepsy, rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, antibiotic-resistant infections, and various neurological ailments.

The company, MMJ PhytoTech, is based in Australia, where medical marijuana is still mostly illegal. But the capsules are made in Switzerland and registered in Germany, and can be bought in Europe through the company’s online store.

A 10 milligram box of the pills can be bought for €89 on the company’s direct sales website. The company said that it had seen “strong interest from retail customers” on the site.

It hopes to sell 1 million capsules in 2015.

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