PatientsCann and Seed our Future Begin Work with Local Police

In August 2023 I was relaxing by the seafront in Plymouth with my sister on what should have been a pleasant day. Instead, around 10 minutes after taking my medication, two police officers arrived who refused to accept my medication was legal and proceeded to detain me for 6 hours. Following my arrest I realised […]

PatientsCann UK Appointed UK Representative to IACM Patients Council

Empowering Patients Worldwide We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone for PatientsCann UK – our appointment as the UK representative to the International Alliance for Cannabinoid Medicines (IACM) Patients Council. This prestigious position marks a new chapter in our commitment to advocating for patient rights and fostering collaboration on a global scale. About IACM […]

PatientsCann UK Joins Forces with the NCVO: Elevating Medical Cannabis Advocacy

We are thrilled to share some exciting news! PatientsCann UK is a proud member of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). This is a significant step forward in our journey of advocating for patient rights and fostering positive change in the medical cannabis landscape. Understanding the NCVO: The NCVO is a leading voice for the […]

Use of Prescription Cannabis at Work

The Sanskara Platform (now PatientsCann UK) and Seed Our Future Co-Author Report with Cannabis Industry Council Urging Employers to Support Prescription Cannabis Patients 07/11/2023 – The Sanskara Platform, in collaboration with Seed Our Future, is pleased to announce the release of an important report addressing the rights of prescription cannabis patients in the workplace. This […]

Empowering GPs to ‘Protect our Patients’: Join the Campaign!

https://www.protectourpatients.co.uk/ In the realm of medical cannabis, a significant disparity exists between patients’ needs and their access to appropriate treatments. While progress has been made, with the UK government allowing specialists to prescribe cannabis medicines in 2018, a critical challenge remains: general practitioners (GPs) are still unable to prescribe this potentially life-changing therapy. As a […]

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