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The difference now is that Authorised Prescribers (AP) don’t need to apply to the TGA via the Special Access Scheme (SAS), they can write you a prescription on the spot. These APs can be either specialists or a GP, but there’s no full list right now, so your best bet is to start making some enquiries.

What’s CBD good for?

What you and your mates potentially know as CBD oil is actually cannabidiol, a compound found in cannabis/word you’ll probably have to try pronounce at least twice.

The good news in all of this, agree both experts, is that that strict regime tends to ensure high quality control of the product. “By being careful and quite well regulated the Australian scheme is probably going to give rise to very good products that will have a lot of export potential,” says Dr Iain. “The unfortunate thing is, Australian consumers are having to wait a very long time to get these products and at a reasonable price.”

So yeah, the government and researchers are well aware that a lot of people in Australia are opting to bypass the current system and spend their money offshore, buying online from places like Canada and the US. But there are signs that prices will go down, since obviously there’s an increasingly competitive market for it.

When you’re using hemp oil, you want to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting and this 500MG Full Spectrum Alcohol-Free Hemp Based C02 Extract makes it easy to keep track of. There are only two ingredients you need to know about in this 50ml hemp oil bottle: the hemp extract itself and the carrier oil which is made of medium-chain triglycerides. There are no synthetics or isolates that can so often pollute the oils on the market, thus polluting your experience.

Natural Pain Relief. Many of our customers purchase our pure hemp oil in 50ml qualities as a form of natural pain relief, especially to treat pain caused by inflammation. The hemp oil drops provide relief for those who do not want to take prescription or over-the-counter pain medications.

Benefits of Ricks’ Pure Hemp Oil – 50ml

Using this high-quality, consistent, and natural oil is easy. All you have to do is use the dropper inside the bottle to drop the hemp oil sublingually (under your tongue.) A light herbal flavor ensures that this hemp oil goes down easily, though it should be noted that said taste can get more intense with higher concentrations, as well. With Rick’s hemp oil, dosage can be accurately monitored thanks to the small vessel and its dropper.

Skin Health. The oil from hemp seeds is known to be highly nutritious and especially helpful for skin problems such as acne rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and other issues. A daily dosage of Rick’s Hemp Oil can also nourish the skin and protect it from causes of ageing.

User-Friendly. With Rick’s Hemp Oil, dosage is easy to monitor thanks to the user-friendly dropper and secure, tamper-proof seal. Simply put a few drops on your tongue 2-3 times a day. Leave the hemp oil drops on your tongue for 1-2 minutes before swallowing. Rick’s Hemp Oil dosage is different for each individual so be gradual on building up the dose per day.

For additional information on the Authorised Prescriber or Special Access Scheme, or to apply for TGA approval to prescribe medicinal cannabis, please visit the TGA website.

Interstate prescribers who hold a current TGA approval to prescribe medicinal cannabis for a patient requiring dispensing from an ACT pharmacy are required to obtain an ACT Chief Health Officer approval. Prescribers are advised to complete the Approval to Prescribe Controlled Medicines application form and submit to ACT Health together with a copy of the TGA approval.

Prescribers wishing to prescribe a product approved for use in Australia (for example; nabiximols (Sativex®)) should apply to the ACT Chief Health Officer to prescribe a controlled medicine using the Approval to Prescribe Controlled Medicines application form. TGA SAS or AP approval is not required.

All other forms of cannabis cannot be prescribed for medicinal use.

ACT Chief Health Officer approval is not required to prescribe schedule 4 (prescription only) or schedule 3 (pharmacist only) products however TGA approval may still be required.

Pharmacists may need to apply to the TGA and the Office of Drug Control to seek approval to obtain medicinal cannabis.

From 26 January 2021, ACT Health no longer requires submission of supporting clinical documentation with any medicinal cannabis application for non-drug dependent patients.