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Following the Government’s announcement on the 1 November 2018 that it would reschedule reschedule certain cannabis-based products for medicinal use, NHS England has provided guidance to clinicians following the rescheduling which sets out our expectations of what this regulatory change will mean in practice for clinicians working in the NHS and in private practice in England.
Following the publication of NICE guidance on Cannabis-Based Medicinal Products in November and December 2019, a further letter has been issued to share details of the guidance. It also includes other new resources and reminds those who are in the position of deciding whether to prescribe CBPMs of the current process for prescribing.
A further letter has been issued which provides additional guidance to clinicians and organisations following the rescheduling of cannabis-based products for medicinal use. This clarifies the status of the clinical guidance issued, and provides further clarification in relation to synthetic cannabinoids for medicinal use.
Full-spectrum CBD is considered to be one of the best forms. It contains all the natural cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, including traces of THC.
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The government has approved medical cannabis for treating just a few illnesses, and its policy makes CBD oil prescriptions unobtainable to many people.
This is a major win in the struggle to make CBD a health supplement.
These tests help to determine whether the product contains the stated ingredients and whether it doesn’t have any impurities or biochemical hazards.
CBD oil prescriptions appear limiting, and it’s why most people avoid them, choosing instead to buy CBD directly from manufacturing companies.
But regular administration of CBD can help with managing insomnia. You just take the recommended dose shortly before bed.