Treatable Conditions

Learn more about how medicinal cannabis can help you.


The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved over 99,000 SAS Category B applications for unapproved medicinal cannabis products.

How can it help me?

Recent studies and further research has shown that Medicinal Cannabis and CBD Oil has the potential to assist with a wide range of chronic illnesses such as,

  • Chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting
  • Paediatric epilepsy

  • Palliative care indications
  • Cancer pain
  • Neuropathic pain
  • Anorexia and eating disorders

  • Anxiety and sleeping disorders

As a new and experimental medicine, Medicinal Cannabis and CBD Oil can have varying effects on the body. Each individual patient experiences the medicine differently so our team of Medical Practitioners work closely to monitor your symptoms and journey.


I was struggling on a daily basis with pain and lack of movement due to arthritis. I have been using CBD oil for just over 2 weeks and my pain has subsided dramatically and I am no longer using any other pain medication. Also, I no longer require a walking stick and I can now move more freely and do activities I previously could not. I highly recommend CBD oil to anyone with persistent pain and would like to thank CBD Clinics Australia for the professional manner they assisted me in getting access.

After being diagnosed with aggressive inoperable prostate cancer in 2018. I was asymptomatic until December 2020 when I began to have intense pain in my hip, thigh, knee, and shin which was crippling and the opiate-based medicine I was prescribed had no effect. I began taking CBD Oil in February 2021 and my sleep pattern returned to normal and pain levels were reduced by 80-90%.


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Further Reading

We’ve compiled a list of some of the available research relating to our most commonly treated conditions here at CBD Clinics Australia. Have a look below,


1. Russo, S., 2011. Neural basis of anxiolytic effects of cannabidiol (CBD) in generalized social anxiety disorder: a preliminary report. – Society of Cannabis Clinicians. [online] Society of Cannabis Clinicians. Available at: <>

2. Smith, M., 2020. Treatment of social anxiety disorder and attenuated psychotic symptoms with cannabidiol – Society of Cannabis Clinicians. [online] Society of Cannabis Clinicians. Available at: <>

3. D Soriano, A Brusco, L Caltana., 2021. Further evidence of anxiety- and depression-like behavior for total genetic ablation of cannabinoid receptor type 1. [online] Science Direct. Available at: <>

Sleeping Disorders

4. Yang, K., Kaufmann, C., Nafsu, R., Lifset, E., Nguyen, K., Sexton, M., Han, B., Kim, A. and Moore, A., 2020. Cannabis: An Emerging Treatment for Common Symptoms in Older Adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 69(1), pp.91-97. [online] PubMed. Available at: <>

Chronic Pain

5. Aviram, J., Pud, D., Gershoni, T., Schiff‐Keren, B., Ogintz, M., Vulfsons, S., Yashar, T., Adahan, H., Brill, S., Amital, H., Goor‐Aryeh, I., Robinson, D., Green, L., Segal, R., Fogelman, Y., Tsvieli, O., Yellin, B., Vysotski, Y., Morag, O., Tashlykov, V., Sheinfeld, R., Goor, R., Meiri, D. and Eisenberg, E., 2020. Medical cannabis treatment for chronic pain: Outcomes and prediction of response. European Journal of Pain, 25(2), pp.359-374.[online] Wiley Online Library. Available at: <>

6. Capano, A., Weaver, R. and Burkman, E., 2019. Evaluation of the effects of CBD hemp extract on opioid use and quality of life indicators in chronic pain patients: a prospective cohort study. Postgraduate Medicine, 132(1), pp.56-61. [online] PubMed. Available at: <>

7. Russo, S., 2008. Characterisation of the cannabinoid receptor system in synovial tissue and fluid in patients with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. – Society of Cannabis Clinicians. [online] Society of Cannabis Clinicians. Available at: <>