Project Twenty 21 is the largest observational medical marijuana study in the UK. It gathers data on the efficacy of medical marijuana for a wide range of diseases.
Project Twenty 21 current registry is currently accepting patients who suffer from any condition and have already unsuccessfully tried at least two traditional treatments. These patients may benefit from cannabis-based therapies due to its safety profile and potential efficacy against various diseases.
If you are a patient with one or multiple of the following conditions, please call our number:
We currently offer Project Twenty 21 products at £150 per month, with a maximum of £1,500 per year. Working towards decreasing the price cap for all Project Twenty 21 products to £120 per month, with a max of £1200 per year.
Our aim is to provide an affordable alternative to expensive pharmaceuticals. If you are prescribed a medication that is not listed on our formulary, we will need to discuss the options available with you before prescribing. You have the right to refuse any prescription if you are unable or unwilling to pay the full amount.
£5 per gram
£5 per ml
Up to £30
Consultation and repeat prescription costs vary depending on your treatment plan. Simply visit our clinic to see what you will pay.
Originally planned to run the trial until 2021, but the licensed producers have agreed to extend the duration of the study. We hope to collect enough data to provide strong evidence about the effectiveness of cannabis-based medicines for chronic pain.
Cannabis is a class B drug in the UK. This means it is not licensed for prescription, meaning it cannot be legally sold at pharmacies.
However, cannabis is available for purchase online, through websites like Leafly and Weedmaps, which list dispensaries and prices. You can also buy cannabis oil, which contains CBD, THC and other cannabinoids.
Cannabis oil is legal in a few countries, and can be purchased online. There are many different brands, each with varying levels of CBD, THC and other active ingredients. As with any medication, you should check with a doctor before taking cannabis oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
You don’t need to use a specific pharmacy, although you may incur additional fees depending on which pharmacy you select.