https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/arti ... S-use.htmlChildren with two rare life-threatening forms of epilepsy will now have access to the drug Epidyolex, which helps to reduce seizures.
And patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) will be offered a cannabis-based spray called Sativex which is used to treat muscle stiffness and spasms.
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Re: Cannabis on the NHS: Marijuana-based drugs for epilepsy and multiple sclerosis are approved for use
Slowly slowly eyes are starting to open, the results speak for themselves cannabis can no longer be prohibited when it saves lives and gives people a better quality of life with pain management etc