The Releaf Neurology Clinic specialises in medical cannabis treatments for patients with neurological conditions. Neurology encompasses a wide range of conditions related to the nervous system, impacting the brain, spinal column, and peripheral nerves. At Releaf, we champion a modern and compassionate approach, tailoring medical cannabis treatment plans to empower patients in managing their conditions.

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Statistics indicate that 11 million people in the UK are living with at least one neurological condition, with approximately 600,000 new diagnoses each year. Neurological conditions can significantly influence cognition, emotions, and interactions with the world, often stemming from damage to the central nervous system. While not everyone may qualify for medical cannabis treatment, our specialist doctors are available for consultations, ensuring a personalised exploration of options to determine clinical suitability.

How Medical Cannabis Could Help

Patients can experience relief through methods such as vaporising medical cannabis flower or using cannabis oil. The legalisation of cannabis for medical purposes has led to more people exploring medical cannabis, particularly when conventional therapies fall short in effectively managing symptoms of neurological conditions. Although there remains a scarcity of research focusing specifically on the effects of medicinal cannabis in treating these conditions and symptoms, many patients do consider medical cannabis after other treatments have proven insufficient.

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05. 07. 2023

A thorough guide to medical cannabis for MS

While cannabis is still classed as a Class B controlled drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, in November 2018, the laws surrounding medicinal cannabis shifted in the UK. After decades of lobbying by patient advocacy organisations, doctors, and scientists, medicinal cannabis was finally made available on prescription for patients suffering from certain conditions, with multiple sclerosis (MS) making it on the list.

12. 07. 2023

How cannabis may help ease Parkinson’s disease

Every single hour, two people in the UK are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), the world’s fastest growing neurological condition that currently has no cure. With an estimated 8.5 million people facing this incurable diagnosis across the world, increasing numbers of Parkinson’s patients are turning to medicinal cannabis to help potentially manage tremors and rigidity, relieve the symptoms of anxiety that can go hand in hand with the diagnosis, and improve their sleep quality.

14. 07. 2023

A comprehensive guide to cannabidiol and neurological disorders

Neurological disorders. Varied, potentially devastating, and hard to group into one easy-to-digest category. They are essentially diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system conditions and include epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, ALS, Bell's palsy, and a huge range of separate neuromuscular disorders. 

Common symptoms associated with neurological conditions

Changes in sensation

Difficulty retaining information

Impaired vision or dizziness

Loss of coordination

Loss of feeling or tingling sensation

Memory loss

Mood swings or emotional changes

Muscle weakness

Persistent headaches


Speech and language difficulties


It's important to note that these symptoms are general and may not be exclusive to any specific neurological condition. Consulting with a healthcare professional is crucial for accurate diagnosis and tailored treatment plans based on individual needs.

Common neurological conditions


Alzheimer's Disease


Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Parkinson's Disease

If you suffer from any of these conditions and have tried other treatments, you may be eligible
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