Source: UKCSC Tweet
Despite "legalizing" medical Cannabis in the UK last year, the UK medical scene has failed to significantly materialize.
It's just pure insanity that opiates are widely prescribed yet they claim that Cannabis has 'serious side effects which outweigh any benefits', despite "An initial review by chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies concluded there was evidence medicinal cannabis has therapeutic benefits."
Crazier yet, epileptic children seeking cannabis based treatments have their names picked out of a hat, absolutely brutal to condemn the other children to continued seizures when there's hard evidence the medicine they seek is beneficial.
Those in the UK should seek to join and or support the following Cannabis organisations:
On a slight upside, Canopy Growth appears to be entering the UK medical scene, stating:
“There is significant real world and clinical evidence supporting the safety and effectiveness of cannabis-based medicinal products. However, due to the current regulations and lack of education about medicinal cannabis among clinicians in the UK, there remain considerable obstacles to patient access," said Dr Mark Ware, chief medical officer at Canopy Growth. source