by Ben Sensi on 16/09/2013 | Cannabis News

Legally Prescribed, Legally Dispensed, Legally Imported, Medicinal Cannabis Now In Britain.

A CLEAR member has returned to the UK from Holland with 90g of Bedrocan medicinal cannabis which was prescribed by his UK GP. He declared the medicine at customs, showed various documentation and was authorised to proceed.

Bedrocan_mediwiet1This press release from CLEAR was set online Sunday, september 15th following the successful introduction of Bedrocan, the medicinal cannabis available to patients in the Netherlands, into Great Britain.

Sensi Seeds is proud to have been instrumental in setting up the Dutch medical cannabis programme for Bedrocan and supplying the genetics for Bedrobinol and Bedrocan, among others.


Press Release


A CLEAR member has returned to the UK from Holland with 90g of Bedrocan medicinal cannabis which was prescribed by his UK GP. He declared the medicine at customs, showed various documentation and was authorised to proceed.

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CLEAR has obtained legal advice that while he is in breach of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (MoDA), any prosecution would be bound to fail.

This is the most significant breakthrough in the cannabis campaign since the Dangerous Drugs Act 1925 was enacted. Since it came into force herbal cannabis has been prohibited and after the MoDA, cannabis tincture was also banned. In 2004, Sativex, a cannabis tincture produced by sophisticated modern processes, became available. Its extraordinary cost of £560 for one month’s prescription means that it is very difficult to obtain from the NHS. Equivalent Bedrocan products are from one tenth to one fifth of the cost of Sativex. Most patients find Bedrocan far more effective and it does not produce the painful mouth sores very common amongst Sativex users.

Medicinal cannabis is now available in every country in Europe except France, Ireland and Britain. More than 50% of US citizens now have access to medical marijuana and Israel has an advanced medicinal cannabis programme.

Peter Reynolds, president and leader of CLEAR, commented:

“This is the breakthrough that we have been working towards. It drives a coach and horses through the government’s cruel and hypocritical policy on medicinal cannabis. This could benefit millions of people in Britain with a variety of painful and debilitating conditions. There is a crisis in British medicine with how to treat chronic pain as so many painkillers have proved to be toxic and highly dangerous. Science proves that cannabis is a very safe and effective remedy.”

Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR) is a registered political party which aims to end the prohibition of cannabis most urgently for those who need it as medicine. CLEAR also advocates replacing the anarchic mess of prohibition with a framework of regulation which would allow proper control of the trade and of the product in terms of strength and purity while providing protection for vulnerable people such as children.

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Hi, I need some advice I suffer from very bad nerve pain they tried every drug, and the pain clinic has told me no more treatment, so am on patches of morphine and liquid morphine, I have lost so weight because of the pain and been sick on the morphine, I just happen to come cross this page please please can anyone point me in the right direction because the NHS around here will not entertain the idea of medicinal cannabis, and rather give me morphine when my weight is 40kg am only 33 years old and live in the Lincolnshire area!!!!!!!!!


David Cannafacts

Hello Helen,

I am sorry to hear about the pain you are in. I would strongly recommend you contact the United Patients Alliance, based in the UK. They may be able to help you out.

Take care and all the best



Hi there
I also suffer from Neuropathic Pain,afer having had in excess of 25 major operations after a hospital botch up.and, like the other lady's comments I'm on Morphine Patches aswell. I DO FIND THAT CANNABIS HELPS MY PAIN, I SMOKE IT, though I do battle with my head as I know I'm going against the law, and morally I know it's wrong, but what are people like myself Who battle everyday with chronic debilitating conditions supposed To do hope? Just trying to get through the day with all that pain. I do hope that in time the Drs will be able to prescribe Bedrocan.



Hi all just leaving a quick reply not sure if I would be allowed one of these prescriptions I suffer with a dibilitating disease in my head I suffer on a daily basis with the pain and No painkiller works I'm on Oxygen at home and have found smoking cannabis releaves my pain and I found myself smoke it everyday who do I speak to about getting a prescription as my doctor won't acknowledge that cannabis helps me



hi wondering if you can help me i suffer from bad back and neck pain for over 14 years after a serious R.T.A
i have taken all types of pain killers that don,t seem to work as well as cannabis does for me and i don,t like the side effects from the prescription drugs
it is becoming hard to find the right quality cannabis on the street
and i would never attempt to grow my own as i am very afraid of the law as i have 2 young children living at home with me .
any advice or help would be very greatful

i have supported this group and alot of others form they began


Scarlet Palmer

Hello Pete,

Thank you for your comment, we are sorry to hear about your condition. If you are living in the UK then I strongly suggest you get in touch with the United Patients Alliance, who can at least offer you some emotional support. You can find them on Facebook

Wishing you all the best,




I'm a MM patient in Colorado, and have been for 10 years. I have degenerative spinal disease and a dislocated pelvis. I'm allergic to opiods, and Med Mar is a life saver.
I'm coming to the UK on Thursday, and desperately want to bring some pill form THC/CDB. Dare I bring it boldly thru customs, in their original containers, with my patient/prescription card and ID?


Scarlet Palmer

Dear Allan,

Thank you for your comment. We are sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, as Sensi Seeds is not a legal or medical practice, we are not able to provide any advice relating to medical or legal situations other than to consult your doctor or other licensed medical professional, or a lawyer or Citizen's Advice Bureau. You could also try to contact local medicinal cannabis support groups, if you have not already done so. In the UK, there is the United Patients Alliance (you can find them on Facebook) and in the US and EU there are many branches of NORML (google NORML followed by your area name). We hope this is helpful.

With best wishes,



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