Guide to Cannabis for Chronic Pain Patients in Europe – Download Now
Research Subject: Chronic Pain
Author: Medical Marijuana.eu & Americans for Safe Access
Publish Date: 2016
MedicalMarijuana.eu, in conjunction with Americans for Safe Access (ASA) are proud to present our first official guide for medical cannabis patients in Europe.
This will be the first of eight guides designed to offer help and advice to individuals who are using, or who wish to use medical cannabis to treat their symptoms.
Our ‘Guide to Cannabis for Chronic Pain Patients in Europe’ is a comprehensive report intended to help Europeans speak to their doctors and educate themselves on the history, research advances, effects, laws and hazards of using cannabis as medicine.
Our mission at Medicalmarijuana.eu is to advance legal access to herbal cannabis and cannabis extracts, for all those who would medically benefit. We believe that all people with symptoms that can be successfully treated with cannabis derived products should have access to them legally, economically (or on prescription) and without delay. It is with this mission in mind that we have decided to publish these guides.
All guides can be accessed in full and are completely free of charge. They will be available to download below as a PDF directly onto your computer, mobile device or tablet.
Please note, this guide and its affiliated websites are designed for educational purposes only and are not engaged in rendering medical advice, legal advice or professional services.
If you feel that you have a medical problem, you should seek the advice of your doctor or health care practitioner. Patients are also advised to check the legal status of cannabis in their country for themselves, as laws are constantly changing.Download PDF
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