Products manufactured using pharmaceutical grade ingredients.
Manufactured in the UK to EU GMP requirements.
Proven in laboratory tests to be consistent from batch to batch.
First product being used in two Phase II Randomised Controlled Trials.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is medical cannabis legal in the UK?
Yes, cannabis-based products for medicinal use (CBPMs) have been legal in the UK since November 2018.
Can my GP prescribe MRX?
No. As a cannabis-based product for medicinal use (CBPM), MRX products are only available via a private consultation with a specialist.
How do I get a prescription for MRX?
In the UK, cannabis-based products for medicinal use (CBPMs) are accessible via a private consultation with a doctor who specialises in your type of condition. CBPMs are primarily accessed via private clinics in the UK, but they can be prescribed by any specialist physician.
How do I find and choose a clinic?
You should choose a clinic that is going to work for you and has a doctor(s) specialising in your condition. The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society has compiled a list of CQC-registered medical cannabis clinics and independent prescribers operating in the UK, which is available here.
What cannabinoid medicines does MRX offer?
Cannabinoid medicines can be taken in various forms depending on the needs of the patient and these should be discussed between patient and doctor. MRX develops sublingual cannabinoid oils, which are taken under the tongue.
Which pharmacy can I use?
Patients are able to use any pharmacy that supplies the appropriate medicines in the UK. Some clinics may have a preferred pharmacy, but they are obliged to allow patients a free choice in pharmacy.
Is there a difference between the CBD oil I can buy on the High Street or online and MRX?
Over-the-counter (OTC) CBD products are not the same as cannabis-based products for medicinal use (CBPMs) like MRX oils.
CBPMs can only be prescribed by specialist doctors and are regulated by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to ensure their safety, quality and effectiveness. They must be produced to ‘Good Manufacturing and Distribution Practices’ by manufacturers that are accredited by the medicines regulator and are classified as pharmaceutical-grade medicines.
OTC products can be purchased without a prescription and are not subject to the same regulations. They are not medicinal products and are regulated separately by the Food Standards Agency as a food supplement.
Can I get MRX on the NHS?
No. MRX currently only provides its cannabinoid medicines as unlicensed medicines, which means that they must be written on a private prescription.
There are currently only 3 licensed medicines in the UK which contain cannabinoids: Epidiolex for some rare forms of Epilepsy, Sativex for Multiple Sclerosis and Nabilone for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
What can MRX be used to treat?
Medical cannabis products can currently be considered for use for a number of indications and can be prescribed by a specialist clinician for diagnosed conditions where first line therapies have failed.
Can I buy MRX in Boots or Holland and Barrett?
No. MRX are only available on prescription via a private consultation with a doctor who specialises in your type of condition.
Why can’t you tell me more about MRX products?
MRX Medical is bound by UK laws governing the promotion and advertising of medicines. Under regulation 279 of Part 14 of the Human Medicines Regulations 2012, medicines that do not hold a marketing authorisation (i.e. unlicensed medicines) cannot be advertised for medicinal purposes. MRX is therefore unable by law to provide information to the public regarding its unlicensed medicinal products.
Can my doctor contact you to get more information?
Yes, healthcare professionals can get in contact with us via the form on this website or by emailing email@example.com.
How will I know how often and what dose to take?
Patients should speak to their specialist regarding the appropriate medicine and dosage regimen for their condition and circumstances.
How much does MRX cost?
Further information on pricing will be available through your specialist.