Medical cannabis refers to the medicinal application of cannabis or its compounds, which was legalised in the UK in November 2018 so long as it is prescribed by an authorised doctor.
The term medical cannabis is used to describe the medicinal use of cannabis components, which can come in flower, oil, edible or topical form. Cannabis is legal in the UK if it has been approved as a medicine and has been prescribed by an accredited doctor. Medical cannabis has a range of natural benefits and can be used to provide relief from a vast variety of medical conditions including chronic pain, anxiety, sleep disorders and gastrointestinal problems.
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