Cannabis-based drugs to help epilepsy and MS approved for NHS use

Cannabis-based drugs to help epilepsy and MS approved for NHS use

11.11.2019

Cannabis-based drugs to help epilepsy and MS approved for NHS use

Campaigners welcome the move but say thousands of other people who could benefit from cannabis-based drugs are left in limbo.

This has led some families to go abroad in search of medicines, with some bringing them into the UK illegally.

People are using it for all sorts of things including pain, anxiety, insomnia, epilepsy and general wellness

Nice also recommended Sativex to treat muscle spasms in MS, a common symptom of the disease.

Read more: Sky News

Just legalise it fully. I see alcohol which kills 6000 people in the uk alone each year is still a fine legal drug but cannabis that has never killed a single person from direct use worldwide ever is still the bad boy Yes believe it when u see it given out on prescription. Can't trust any1 in authority nowadays.

This is just another fantastic way to make money from a herb that can be grown by anyone with knowledge and the correct equipment About time 👏 Those people need iodine, not cannabis!!! Excellent.....good results and minimal side effects. Out law all drug use

Two cannabis medicines approved for NHSThe drugs, used to treat epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, are recommended for use by the NHS in England. تطوير نظام علاج التأمين الصحى فى مصر التأمين الصحى به الكثير من اوجه الاهمال يمكن علاجها لتقديم خدمة علاجية جيدة ميكنة نظام التأمين الغاء النظام الورقى صرف العلاج مباشرة من الصيدلية توفير وقت مناسب للكشف على المرضى اعادة الكشف سنويا على الامراض المزمنة Herbs pirate I have fibromyalgia, severe osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, transgeminal neuralgia, cluster headaches, tinnitus, had 4 hip ops 2 total hip replacements, wonder if I'd qualify

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Private operations for NHS patients have almost trebled since Tories took powerFigures show the NHS paid for 613,833 operations at private hospitals last year, compared to 214,967 in 2009-10, a 185 per cent rise. That just shows people are better off because they can afford private health care !! 🤣🤣🤣 &? Free at the point of delivery. Because the nhs are having to get them done privately to reduce waiting lists.

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