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Frequently asked questions
How do I qualify for medical cannabis treatment in London?
To qualify for medical cannabis treatment in London, you need to follow specific requirements and fulfil certain criteria. You must be a resident of the UK and have a qualifying condition that medical cannabis can alleviate, such as chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, or nausea caused by chemotherapy.
At Lyphe, we can help you through this process. Check your eligibility today and book a consultation with one of our experts to determine whether you qualify for medical cannabis therapy.
Is medical cannabis in London legal and safe to use?
Since November 2018, specialist doctors registered with the General Medical Council have been able to prescribe cannabis-based products for medical use in cases where it is clinically appropriate. This legality applies to the UK as a whole, not just to London in particular.
As for safety, countless studies have been conducted to determine the effectiveness of medical cannabis use. In fact, many of these studies conclude that using cannabis as a treatment for certain conditions may prove safer than using other medications, such as opioids or benzodiazepines.
What forms of medical cannabis are available?
In the UK, medical cannabis in London is available in various forms. Some of the forms that are prescribed include nabiximols (Sativex), cannabis oil, and medical cannabis flower.
It’s important to note that the specific form of medical cannabis that is prescribed will depend on the patient’s condition and the clinical judgment of the prescribing doctor.
Can medical cannabis be used alongside other medications?
When considering the use of medical cannabis alongside other medications, it’s important to be aware of potential drug interactions. Medical cannabis can interact with certain medications, potentially affecting their effectiveness or resulting in adverse effects.
It’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or pharmacist, before using medical cannabis alongside other medications. They can provide personalised advice based on your specific health condition and medication regimen.
What is the consultation process like at Lyphe?
The consultation process at Lyhe involves several steps: eligibility check, booking an appointment, consultation, prescription, and follow-up appointments. These steps ensure that our patients receive the best possible care.
To start, you’ll fill out an online form to check your eligibility. If you are eligible for medical cannabis, we will send a confirmation email and book an appointment with one of our physicians or nurse practitioners.
Are there any side effects or risks associated with medical cannabis?
Medical cannabis is generally considered safe and well-tolerated when used under medical supervision. However, like any medication, it may have side effects and risks, such as:
- Dizziness and lightheadedness
- Dry mouth and throat
- Increase in heart rate
- Fatigue and drowsiness
It’s essential to note that the risks and the after-effects of medical cannabis may vary depending on the patient’s age, sex, medical history, and the type and dosage of the medical cannabis. Therefore, a consultation with a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or a nurse, is advisable before starting treatment.