The medication which is sprayed under the tongue up to 10 times a day does not give users a ‘high’.
People who are terminally ill with
cancer will initially take part in the trial but if successful, its use
could be extended across the country and be used as a painkiller for other
The drug has been available on
prescription in Britain as a treatment for multiple sclerosis since last
summer – but it has not been used in hospitals before.
- Cannabis hope for Big C patients (thesun.co.uk)