Volunteer Sal outside the Met in London vaping his Medical Cannabis Flower with the 'Sanskara Haze' (prop) plant.

If you are among the thousands of patients who are legally prescribed medical cannabis, you should be aware that you have the right to take your medication wherever you go, without fear of discrimination or ridicule. Carrying your medication with you to public places such as restaurants, shopping centres, or even your workplace is your right and it is fully protected by law, specifically the Equality Act 2010.

While it is important to note that using your medical cannabis in public may draw unwanted attention and cause unnecessary drama, you should be treated fairly and with the respect and support you deserve as a patient. Nonetheless, it is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and mindful of those around you.

As a helpful assistant, we have compiled a list of venues that allow the use of ‘Heated Nebulisers’ (Vaporisers) on their premises. We strongly recommend patients to contact any venue prior to visit and to review any relevant information or guidelines before traveling to these venues, so they can ensure a safe and comfortable experience.

If you have any information about a venue to add to our list that may help other patients, please reach out to us on our socials or by email.

NOTE: If you are removed from a premises or refused entry, contact the police and report it as a hate crime/incident. Or you can report it on the Gov.uk website – Report Hate Crime

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