Wondering what people's thoughts on it are for medical purposes? It seems like it's pretty successful for a number of things. A friend of mine is good friends with someone who had cancer (unsure of specifics), and was given 4-6 months to live. Immediately started taking cannabis oil after diagnosis, and 3 years on he's still alive. Obviously sometimes this just happens, but I've seen plenty of similar stories around, unsure of how much weight they hold until I heard a first hand experience. And then there's this: https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/6yp82o/boy_who_suffered_up_to_100_seizures_a_day_has/ https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...-prescription-medical-marijuana-a7933066.html So it certainly seems to have its uses. As a secondary thought, it seems quite disgusting that they haven't researched it more considering the amount of success stories we're seeing now. Someone mentions on Reddit that doctors knew about it's ability to alleviate epilepsy in the 20s. Do we think this will eventually be taken up by the NHS on a bigger scale?