What we do

A premium and integrated patient-centred experience

Leading cannabis care for patients suffering from chronic pain, neurological and psychiatric conditions.

At The Medical Cannabis Clinics, we provide premium and effective medical cannabis care for patients who suffer from conditions that existing treatments have not been effective in treating.

Potential qualifying conditions

Our doctors will make an expert assessment to evaluate if medical cannabis treatment may alleviate your condition. Our team of friendly and expert clinicians will take into account your medical history, national guidelines and your particular needs. As of January 2019, there are currently no conditions that are barred from cannabis prescription in the United Kingdom.

An introduction to medical cannabis

There are two main cannabis chemicals known to be leading components with the most medical benefit; THC and CBD.

The balance between THC and CBD is one of the most crucial factors in understanding which specific effects will be seen in a particular cannabis variety. We know both CBD and THC have medical properties and that the whole plant has a better effect than individual components.

Our specialists

The most experienced and respected group of medical practitioners working with medical cannabis in the UK today

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a letter of referral?

All Patients must be referred by a Health Care Professional or reviewed by The Medical Cannabis Clinics GP.

Will my insurance company cover this?

We recommend that you engage with your insurance company to confirm whether your plan will cover the costs.

How much does a consultation cost?

A consultation with one of our specialists will cost £250. If you are self-referred and therefore require an additional appointment with our GP, this will cost an additional £100. Any follow up appointments with our specialists will cost £150.

How do I know if medical cannabis can help me?

Medical cannabis can be used for symptom relief in a variety of conditions where other first line medications and conventional drugs have failed, such as in many types of chronic pain conditions, neuropathic pain, and psychiatric conditions.


If you are unsure if you are a good candidate and may benefit from medical cannabis, our GP is able to assess patients who are exploring this option without a referral letter from their physician and can assess your case to see whether it is right for you.

Are the drugs prescribed at the clinics legal?

Yes, medical cannabis was made legal on 1 November 2018, provided it is prescribed by a medical specialist who has taken into account the current evidence and guidelines and come to a decision that is in your best interest.

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