UK Charity launches medical cannabis oil trial to help treat rare skin condition

By | November 28th, 2018|Categories: Cannabis, Cannabis Oil, Charity, chronic pain, News, Opiates, Opioids, Pharmaceuticals, Research, THC, UK|

A trial has been launched to see if cannabis can help treat Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), which causes the skin to easily blister and tear The study will take place in the Netherlands, where cannabis research laws are less restrictive EB affects more than 5,000 people in the UK, causing pain and itching, with [...]

“Rolling Stoned – The Science of Weed”: Medical Cannabis Talk Coming To Manchester

By | March 15th, 2018|Categories: Cannabis, Charity, Community, Legalisation, Patient Stories|

Cannabis talk, hosted by Funzing, is coming to Manchester at the end of April “Rolling Stoned” is looking to raise awareness of the science behing how cannabis works Gary Cooper, a former Biology Lecturer and founder of Coops Roots, will be hosting the event Tickets are on sale now A cannabis talk is [...]

Ireland grants first medical cannabis license for chronic pain

By | November 21st, 2017|Categories: Cannabis, Charity, chronic pain, Epilepsy, Ireland, MS, News, Pain|

A license has been granted for medicinal cannabis for chronic pain sufferers for the first time in Ireland Chronic Pain Ireland was instrumental in securing chronic pain on the ailments medicinal cannabis can be prescribed for The measure has been approved on a temporary three-month basis Around 20% of Ireland’s population suffers from [...]

In Search of Your Local Cannabis Club

By | May 6th, 2016|Categories: Cannabis, CBD, Charity, Community, Compassion Clubs, Featured|

We believe there are over one hundred cannabis clubs spread out over the UK. While some can be more focused on recreational use with the associated social media ‘stoner’ shots of the latest high-THC shatter for sale, others seem to play a much more responsible role in their communities both in the informative information they [...]

Christian Aid Report Urges New Cures for Global Drugs Trade

By | November 13th, 2015|Categories: Charity|

A new report released by Christian Aid entitled 'Drugs and Illicit Practices: Assessing their impact on development and governance' has declared the war on drugs a failure. The Christian organisation has broken ranks from other charity groups, who have until now largely ignored the issue despite claiming to be campaigning for international development and against [...]