A medical cannabis prescriber explains why it's important to take a break
Over three quarters of the UK population have welcomed last year’s law change allowing for cannabis to be prescribed as a medicine, research reveals.
Fundraisers are hoping to secure £30,000 to open the UK’s first cannabis education centre.
A London gym chain is reportedly among the first in the UK to offer yoga classes that draw on the properties of cannabis.
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt has said that legalising cannabis would stop the ‘criminal’ cannabis supply chain that ‘does not give-a-monkeys’ about the health effects of the...
Professor Adam Winstock comments upon prescribing practise and the changing attitudes of practitioners.
Musician Jake Barrow was the first UK patient to secure medical cannabis on licence to combat acute pain and is now fighting to be one of...
Last year’s dramatic medical cannabis law change is due in no small part to the work of a handful of determined campaigners, as Cannabis Health reports.
Urgent government action is needed to allow medical cannabis to help the many patients that need it, writes Sir Mike Penning.
Patients are being failed by a ‘conservative’ medical professional ‘too frightened’ to implement last year’s sweeping cannabis legal shake-up
By Professor Mike Barnes, a professor of neurological rehabilitation and chief medical officer at European Cannabis Holdings.