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Why Lyphe - The Medical Cannabis Clinics?
Cannabis helped me wean myself off the opiates I was taking. I can now walk, pick things up, cook and keep my flat clean. My eyes work properly and I’ve got my sense of humour back. Since receiving medical cannabis, all the low level aches and pains have gone.
I’m feeling better than I have in the last decade. I have a severe anxiety disorder, and using medical cannabis has stopped 95% of my symptoms and has caused side effects associated with my other medication to disappear completely. I’m so happy.
Medical cannabis has allowed me to manage the pain more effectively and helps me overcome nausea – times where before I wouldn’t have eaten a meal because of pain/nausea I’m now able to medicate and eat normally. As a result my relationship with food has gotten much better and both my mental and physical health have improved.
Before I started using medical cannabis, I was in great amounts of pain each day. My sleep was all over the place, as I was being woken up at night by the pain. Thanks to Doctor Sunny, I am sleeping and eating much better and am in less pain during the day.
I felt an utter sense of hopelessness before 2021, because I had nothing else to try to get better. Now I am fiercely taking life on. I’m no longer ashamed of my symptoms and I’m not living in pain. I have hope and, for the first time in forever, I’m planning my life. Of course I still have my initial conditions, however I have control of them now.
How does it work?
New patient appointment
Pricing may vary by region
Frequently asked questions
Are the drugs prescribed at the clinics legal?
Yes. All of the medication we prescribe is fully legal and regulated. The use of medical cannabis within the UK was made legal as of 1 November 2018, provided it is prescribed by a medical specialist who has taken into account the current evidence and guidelines alongside your particular diagnoses and conditions.
How do I know if medical cannabis can help me?
Medical cannabis can be used to treat a variety of conditions where other medications and treatments have failed. Patients suffering from chronic pain, neuropathy and psychiatric conditions have found benefits.
To be eligible to consider medical cannabis treatment, you need to have tried 2 other treatments that have not worked. You also must not suffer from psychosis or schizophrenia.
If you are not sure if you would benefit from medical cannabis, we recommend either:- Speak to a patient coordinator today for free to learn more and understand how it all works- Get booked in with a consultant so they can assess your condition and suitability for treatment
Is medical cannabis addictive?
Medical Cannabis that contains higher amounts of THC carries a small risk of habituation and addiction if used daily for chronic use, but the risk is lower than with other classes of medications such as opioid pain medications and possibly lower than benzodiazepines for anxiety and sleep.
Your medical cannabis specialist will monitor you closely for signs of addiction to minimize this risk and choose specific products with lower risk appropriate for your symptoms.
How do you choose what products will work best?
Our team of doctors are experts in treating patients with medical cannabis and will choose your treatment after a comprehensive assessment. Your doctor will review your symptoms, current medications, the pattern of your symptoms and lifestyle factors. They will also monitor and adjust the medication on a regular basis to ensure the best effect with fewest side effects.
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