15 Mar 2018

CLEAR And The Institute of Psychiatry Announce Cannabis Experiences Research Study

In conjunction with CLEAR, the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College London has designed a research programme to study different experiences with cannabis and other drugs.We are seeking people aged 18 and over who will complete a questionnaire about their experiences which should take about 20 - 25 minutes.  We are interested in people who have used cannabis, who still use cannabis and who have never used cannabis. Participation is voluntary.  You may change your mind and withdraw...

07 Jun 2017

So-Called ‘Skunk’ – What Does The Word Mean And How Much Of A Problem Is It?

The meaning of the word 'skunk' has changed.   Today it has come to mean high potency cannabis that contains zero or very little CBD and this is a definition that is now in general use worldwide, including by scientists such as Professors David Nutt and Val Curran who are very much supporters of reform. Originally, it meant a strain of cannabis selectively bred from a Colombian sativa, a Mexican sativa and an Afghan indica that...

17 Sep 2016

CLEAR’s Submission To The Parliamentary Inquiry Into Medicinal Cannabis.

This was the response that CLEAR submitted to the APPG in February 2016.  In March 2016, Roland Gyallay-Pap, then managing director of CLEAR and Peter Reynolds, president, were called to give oral evidence to the Inquiry. A PDF copy of this document may be downloaded here. A copy of the Powerpoint presentation delivered by CLEAR at the oral evidence hearing can be downloaded here.   Introduction In June 2015 the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform (APPG) published a short report arguing for a rescheduling of...