Many things are illegal, but how many are enforced? Durham Police for one, has publicly stated that it will not enforce cannabis laws, which are based entirely upon untested and unverified scare-mongering from almost a century ago.
Many studies have shown proven efficacy of cannabinoids and THC to assist in the management of MS symptoms. Google it. You do not see US states suddenly legalising the herb and entire other countries changing their policies due to a few stoners spreading rumours.
And finally, any basis for the provision of a genuinely effective and life enhancing therapy when based purely upon cost can go shove it. We are talking about the pain and constant suffering of people who have few, if any, other avenues of hope. The NHS wishes to reject concepts of medication due to cost? What of the vast sums donated to countless middle aged men who need a blue pill of a crutch to get it up on a Saturday night? Not exactly a generic pharmaceutical and yet, it is funded.
Admin - i presume this cookie cutter post from you is some form of due diligence on your part and so sincerely, thank you. However, as with the last time you presented these exact same words, i am provoked to ask, how many people have been ‘jailed up to five / fourteen years’?
Please stop scare mongering.
Durham Police - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/cannabis-growers-should-not-face-prosecution-says-police-chief-who-has-stopped-targeting-small-scale-10405887.html
A life history of the herb - UKCIA