Multiple Sclerosis

Uncover the potential benefits of medical cannabis for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with Releaf Cannabis Education. Explore its therapeutic possibilities for neurological well-being.

Rupa Shah

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    Getting a medical cannabis card for multiple sclerosis

    MS is a degenerative, inflammation-based condition that attacks the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. In the simplest of terms, it disrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body and can lead to issues with movement, sensation, and cognition.

    Multiple Sclerosis

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    Multiple sclerosis and therapeutic cannabinoid treatment

    The medicinal cannabis landscape is shifting in the United Kingdom, and with this shift comes increased options for people suffering from multiple sclerosis. MS, unfortunately, currently has no cure. And as the symptoms are so wide-ranging, the treatment options are focused on managing the different symptoms and attempting to slow down or stop further possible damage. There truly is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to treating MS. Research into both THC and CBD has shown promise when it comes to the reduction of symptoms related to MS.

    Multiple Sclerosis

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    A thorough guide to medical cannabis for MS

    While cannabis is still classed as a Class B controlled drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, in November 2018, the laws surrounding medicinal cannabis shifted in the UK. After decades of lobbying by patient advocacy organisations, doctors, and scientists, medicinal cannabis was finally made available on prescription for patients suffering from certain conditions, with multiple sclerosis (MS) making it on the list.

    Multiple Sclerosis

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