Project Twenty21 clinics are located across the UK. To get started, select your condition below to see if there is a suitable clinic near you. If not, please contact us to discuss other options.
Some clinics will require you to try other treatments before they’ll consider offering you an appointment. You might also need to prove that you’ve already tried other treatments, like medication, before you’re eligible for medication.
Project 21 one is currently accepting patients who suffer from any of the following conditions and have previously failed at least two traditional treatments: anxiety disorder, chronic pain, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance use disorder (SUD) as a harm reduction strategy, tic disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an active ingredient found in cannabis plants, including hemp and marijuana. It is non-psychoactive and does not cause intoxication or euphoria. CBD is currently available in many different forms, including oils, tinctures, gummies, topical creams, and capsules. There are also several types of concentrates, such as waxes, distillates, and rosin.
We require a signed MOU before starting your training with us. We also provide a number of documents to help you understand what you need to do before you start prescribing. These include the Project Protocol and TwentyOne Formulary.
Please note that we cannot advise on dosing or how to prescribe, however we do offer a range of online resources to help you get started.
Project Twenty One has established a clear pathway for patients seeking out and accessing medical cannabis, at a point when such legal access is even more confusing and exclusive than ever.
Medical cannabis has been shown to help treat a number of conditions. Some states allow patients to use medical marijuana to treat specific diseases, like cancer or epilepsy. Others allow patients to use medical cannabis to treat any health problem.
There are two cannabinoid drugs available to treat specific conditions. One drug, called Epidiolex, contains CBD and is approved for children with seizures due to Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Another drug called Marinol is made from THC and is approved for nausea and vomiting caused from chemotherapy and for treating anorexia associated with HIV/AIDS.
Medical cannabis comes in many different forms. You may choose to smoke it, vape it, eat it, drink it, rub it on your skin, or even inject it under your tongue. There are also various ways to consume medical cannabis.
For example, you may inhale the vaporised form or ingest the pill form. Each method offers different benefits and risks. Some products come with a prescription while others are sold over the counter.
The dosage and frequency you need to take it also varies depending on your condition. Side effects may also differ according to what form you choose.