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Taxing the UK Cannabis Market

The most authoritative, independent, expert research on the UK cannabis market by the Independent Drug Monitoring Unit, commissioned by CLEAR in 2011.

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Medicinal Cannabis: The Evidence

The most up-to-date, analysis of the evidence on the safety and efficacy of cannabis as medicine. Focuses on Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Published April 2015.

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How To Regulate Cannabis In Britain

This is the second version of a plan for the regulation of the cannabis supply chain in Britain. This version was published on 18th October 2013

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CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform

CLEAR does not advocate, condone, or encourage breaking the law. It exists to promote a change in the law by legitimate means. All information on this website should be viewed in this context.
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CLEAR Cannabis Law ReformJune 26th, 2017 at 7:04pm
"Previous research has found cannabis can reduce migraines by targeting cells in the body that control pain relief and inflammation."
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law ReformJune 26th, 2017 at 7:04pm
Join the CLEAR campaign for medicinal cannabis on prescription and regulated access for adults, as top priority.

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CLEAR Cannabis Law ReformJune 26th, 2017 at 7:04pm
CLEAR will be represented by me at this event. Come along if you want to meet me and find out much more about how many uses there are for cannabis ~ Andrea, Membership
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law ReformJune 26th, 2017 at 7:04pm
"The doctor quickly entered the room. He sat down and immediately starting asking questions about my lifestyle. When it came to drug use I made the mistake of mentioning that I use cannabis to relieve my issues. At this point in the discussion, the doctor had already made up his mind. He continued to explain to me that my IBS was caused by my cannabis use.

Confused, I explained to him that there were thousands of fellow Canadians that claimed cannabis helped their bowel issues. To which he replied, 'You can't believe everything on the internet, there's nothing more I can do for you'."
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law ReformJune 26th, 2017 at 7:04pm
"Crack can certainly cause health harms, including cuts and burns from unsafe pipes. Sharing pipes can also transmit infectious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C. In the long run, frequent and heavy crack consumption may contribute to psychological and neurological complications.

Scientists have yet to find an effective medical treatment for helping people who wish to decrease problematic use of the drug. Now Canadian scientists are working on an unconventional substitution for it - Cannabis-assisted treatment."