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Society of Cannabis Clinicians Sep 25
Check out the SCC Bibliography, a free reading list composed of articles written by cannabis physicians and SCC members directly involved in research and journal article publications.
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Mission For Baileys Shakes Sep 25
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The Primary Care Cannabis Network Sep 21
It's vital that front line GPs have an understanding of cannabis-based treatments & how they benefit patients. Join us on Sep23 for a webinar, as speakers from & discuss with 2-patients their individual routes to
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Can Do ♿️🦓 Sep 21
Not sure how to access medical cannabis in the UK? Ask prescribed patients.. DM for more information.
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Sophie Hayes RN Sep 22
Groundbreaking webinar on Medical Cannabis Access in the UK. For the first time, a GP and Nurse listen to 2 patients journey to legal prescription to identify how we can better support these patients. Register FREE here
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CannabisHealth Sep 24
Lack of access has caused "preventable deaths" according to a landmark paper showing the ‘inequity’ of a system where parents are forced to pay thousands of pounds a month to keep their children alive
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Pharmabis_Medical Sep 26
Overview of Colombia's market by Dr Sandra Carrillo
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Whole Plant Expo Sep 26
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CannabisHerald 5h
Just had a great, animated discussion with my Dad...And he supports me in my micro-cultivation project!
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Cbd Cakes Uk Sep 19
"a rising tide lifts all boats" is the only AIM quoted fund investing in the space and demonstrating a great track record.
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Tom Brown Sep 22
What does the TGA's review of products mean for patients, suppliers and industry overall? gave us some insight. This article that gives an overview and asks a few important questions of patients and industry.
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Barney's Farm Sep 24
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Cbd Cakes Uk Sep 23
Replying to @cbdcakes
The evidence base thousands of patients self-medicating with these offer a significant advance in treatment, current medicines are either ineffective or poorly tolerated. They also offer the potential of significant cost savings to the NHS.
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Pharmabis_Medical Sep 25
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CannabisHealth Sep 24
Our latest report on how the European CBD picture is emerging
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Can Do ♿️🦓 Sep 22
This!! Not all patients want to grow their own medicine..
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BMWO 32m
Durban Poison is an effective treatment for depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and nausea. It can also hit you with a strong, happy head high that's great for creativity and daytime errands.
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utahmarijuana.org 52m
When MS struck, an active Washington woman went from running 6 miles a day every day to needing to ride her segway room to room in her own home. Enter: Medical Cannabis. Read more
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sherry Sep 23
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Pharmabis_Medical Sep 22
Yet another story where shows the power to change the the life of a medical patient!
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