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Lyphe – London is set to open imminently on Harley Street in London. Our team of world-leading experts in neurology, stroke and psychiatry will treat patients at our standalone medical cannabis clinic, the first of its kind in the UK.

With 150 patients already on the waiting list, Lyphe – London will provide life-changing treatments for patients living with a range of chronic and debilitating conditions, including chronic pain, neurological and psychiatric disorders.

The London clinic will be led by UK medical cannabis expert, Professor Mike Barnes, consultant neurologist and rehabilitation physician. Meet our team of specialist clinicians.

The London clinic is due to open following a final assessment by the Care Quality Commission. It is the second in a network of specialist clinics being opened in major UK cities this year and follows the launch of Lyphe – Manchester, which opened in March 2019.

Lyphe specialise in innovative cannabis-based medical therapies, helping to meet the unmet medical needs of people living with a range of chronic and debilitating conditions.  We are focused on expanding patient access to safe and effective medical cannabis treatments which have been found to improve the quality of life of people suffering from debilitating conditions including chronic pain, neurological and psychiatric conditions.

Find out more about the types of conditions and symptoms which could be alleviated by medical cannabis treatments.

For more information about medical cannabis treatments, please contact our expert team.

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