‘Infallible, magical and miraculous’: GP telehealth clinic faces court over alleged cannabis claims

The TGA alleged that the company and its CEO broke advertising laws 226 times.
Rachel Fieldhouse
Montu CEO Christopher Strauch.

The TGA has launched court action against cannabis company Montu, its telehealth clinic Alternaleaf and its CEO, alleging they have broken drug advertising rules 226 times.

In Federal Court of Australia filings, the watchdog alleges that the Alternaleaf website and social media accounts made statements that medicinal cannabis was “infallible, unfailing, magical or miraculous”.