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Frequently asked questions
Is medical cannabis legal for use in Manchester?
Medical cannabis is legal in the UK, including Manchester, but access is limited to patients with specific medical conditions and is tightly regulated. Patients must have a prescription from a licensed healthcare professional who is specifically authorised to prescribe medical cannabis.
More specifically, some clinics in Manchester now offer medical cannabis treatment for patients with qualifying medical conditions, provided they meet the eligibility criteria and receive authorisation from a licensed healthcare professional.
Are there any side effects or risks associated with using medical cannabis?
The potential side effects of using medical cannabis can include dizziness, fatigue, nausea, and anxiety. Long-term use has also been associated with an increased risk of psychosis and cannabis use disorder. It is important to note that the side effects can vary from person to person, and the benefits and risks should be discussed with a qualified healthcare professional.
Can medical cannabis be used in conjunction with other medications?
Medical cannabis can interact with other medications, and it is pivotal to consult with a healthcare professional before using it alongside other medications. For instance, certain medications, such as blood thinners like Warfarin, may increase bleeding risk when combined with medical cannabis. To ensure safety and efficacy, it is important to have open communication with your healthcare provider, who can assess potential interactions and make appropriate recommendations.
How can I obtain a medical cannabis prescription in Manchester?
To obtain a medical cannabis prescription in Manchester, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional. They can evaluate your medical condition and determine if medical cannabis is an appropriate treatment option for you. In the UK, medical cannabis prescriptions are typically given when other treatments have failed or are not suitable.
At Lyphe, we believe the only way to truly assess a patient’s needs is through an in-depth consultation. This means that you will need to make an appointment with one of our expert doctors, who can evaluate your medical history, symptoms, and lifestyle.
What is the difference between medical cannabis and recreational cannabis?
The main difference between medical cannabis and recreational cannabis is its intended use. Medical cannabis treats various medical conditions and symptoms, while recreational cannabis is used for its psychoactive and mood-altering effects. A licensed healthcare professional prescribes medical cannabis and must meet certain quality and safety standards.
What symptoms and conditions can be treated with medical cannabis?
Medical cannabis can be used to alleviate symptoms associated with various medical conditions, which may include neuropathic pain, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, chemotherapy-induced nausea, HIV/AIDS-related weight loss, and symptoms of certain neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and Tourette’s syndrome.