Clinical applications

Medicinal cannabis has shown benefit for numerous indications

Medical cannabis has been successfully used to numerous indications with the list continually expanding with growing research in the area. There are numerous indications for which medicinal cannabis has shown clinical benefits with the list continually expanding as research in this area grows. Currently, medicinal cannabis has been approved for conditions including but not limited to:

  • Different types of pain (e.g. chronic pain, cancer pain and neuropathic pain)
  • Neurological conditions (e.g. epilepsy, dementia, multiple sclerosis and autism)
  • Psychological conditions (e.g. anxiety and depression)
  • Palliative and chemotherapy-associated symptoms

There is much research being conducted into the potential clinical applications of medicinal cannabis, including Tourette’s Syndrome, drug use disorders, gastrointestinal disorders (including inflammatory bowel disease), post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and metabolic disorders like diabetes.

Bod is collaborating with world-leading researcher to support and conduct a number of clinical trials into the use of medicinal cannabis. We are dedicated to discovering how best to utilise medicinal cannabis and supporting the development of reliable knowledge and information on the use of medicinal cannabis. By helping to build the necessary evidence-base, we want to support both patients and practitioners in making informed decision about improving patient healthcare.

Learn more about our collaborators and the clinical research being conducted, including how to have patients participate and get involved.