How we can help
Although complex care does not typically cure illnesses or disability, medical cannabis treatment can help to make conditions more manageable, leading to a heightened sense of wellbeing in everyday life.
From chronic pain management to improved mood and sleep patterns, medical cannabis can aid in treating complex and overlapping conditions through interaction with the body’s ECS (endocannabinoid system). Due to its efficacy and potential lack of side-effects, medical cannabis is the treatment of choice for many palliative patients.
On top of that, it can be a useful alternative to opioids, which are often a common choice for helping with chronic pain.
Medical cannabis is already being put forward by experts as an alternative medication to opioids, reducing the risk of developing a dependency and other unwanted side-effects.
This study, ‘Cannabis as an adjunct to or substitute for opiates in the treatment of chronic pain’, states that cannabis can help lead to a greater cumulative relief of pain. That means fewer opiates are used and reduces the impact of the associated side-effects.
The Lyphe team is dedicated to raising awareness about how medical cannabis can help with complex care needs. Our experts are ready to cooperate with you and your individual needs to find a treatment plan that works for you. Your prescription can be tailored to suit your individual circumstances and needs, with ongoing support and adjustments made as necessary.
At Lyphe, we offer personalised treatment plans and private care for patients through online video link consultations with our expert specialist doctors, who will guide you through the treatment options available from the clinic.
Appointments start from just £49. Book a private consultation today and one of our expert specialist doctors will be able to offer you targeted advice and treatment plans, unique to your needs and symptoms.
Ready to start your journey?
1 Answer 4 questions to check your eligibility for medical cannabis
2 Book your video appointment with a specialist in the condition you require treatment for