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Menopause: An event image advertising a panel discussion around women's cannabis and menopause

Cannabis Health, Integro Medical Clinics and Cannabis Patients Advocacy and Support Services (CPASS) announce a new event exploring how cannabis can help manage symptoms.

The third episode in groundbreaking webinar series exploring the role of medical cannabis in women’s health, will focus on the multi-faceted and often challenging experiences of menopause and perimenopause.

Taking place online on Tuesday 30 November, a panel of expert clinicians and patients will discuss the experiences of  women who have found these medicines helpful in managing their symptoms.


Dr Sally Ghazelh, pain consultant, Integro Clinics

Women’s health consultant at Integro Clinics. She specialises in managing patients with lower back pain, neck pain, neuropathic pain, abdominal pain, cancer pain and complex regional pain syndrome.

Dr Mayur Bodani, neuropsychiatrist, Integro Clinics

A neuropsychiatrist with over 25 years of experience, he has successfully treated many patients with psychiatric disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, psychosis, dementia and many other conditions.

Sarah Higgins CNS, women’s health lead CPASS

Sarah is a clinical nurse specialist, with over 10 years of experience working in the NHS. She is also the women’s health lead at non-profit organisation CPASS Nurses Arm.

Rachel Mason, founder, Our Remedy CBD

Rachel is founder of ‘Our Remedy’, a wellness brand for women. After a hysterectomy as a result of Ovarian cancer, Rachel has found CBD to be helpful in dealing with her menopausal symptoms.

Lauren, patient advocate, PLEA (Patient-Led Engagement for Access)

Having been a successful mental health nurse for 30 years, Lauren had to give up her career after being diagnosed with primary progressive MS. She has found cannabis medicines helpful in dealing with her MS symptoms and menopausal symptoms.

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