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Better results with plant medicine

Joy Leaf is telehealth clinic that provides non-judgemental and individually tailored treatment plans for patients across Australia.

Get started with a 30 second complimentary pre-screening questionnaire.

Next Steps

Find out if you could benefit from plant medicine with our simple online process.

First Appointment

Book your initial appointment with a doctor

Follow Up Request

Submit your follow up
request form

Renew Prescription

Request for repeat
prescription

How it works

Find out if you could benefit from plant medicine with our simple online process.

Pre-screen

Takes 30 seconds

Complete a complimentary pre-screening questionnaire to see if you might qualify.

Consultation

Online, anywhere

Book a telehealth appointment with our friendly team of doctors.

Treatment Plan

Personalised to you

Get your digtal prescription to take it to your pharmacy or get it sent to our recommended pharmacy.

Follow-up care

Monitor your progress

Discuss new conditions book follow-up appointments through our online portal.

Who is Plant Medicine for?

To be eligible for plant medicine, you must:

Plant medicine has been prescribed for more than 130 chronic conditions. Complete our complimentary pre-screening questionnaire to see if you might be suitable.

Plant medicine has been legalized in many countries, including Australia, and is known to reduce dependence on opioids. It can also provide relief from stress and pain, as well as other potential medical benefits. However, it can lead to addiction and larger doses over time, and there are still some unknowns about its long-term effects.

Access to plant medicine in Australia is regulated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and can be obtained through three pathways: a doctor or nurse practitioner can request permission to prescribe, an Authorised Prescriber can prescribe, or patients can take part in clinical trials.

It is important to see a doctor for plant medicine as it is legally produced and adheres to strict quality standards. It can only be prescribed by a doctor and contains known doses and concentrations. Street cannabis is not the same as plant medicine, which is standardized medical grade cannabis plant derived, semi-synthetic or synthetically produced cannabinoid products developed in a controlled environment for medicinal use.

It is illegal for patients taking plant medicine that contains delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to drive, as THC can affect cognitive and motor skills necessary for safe driving. Driving with any THC in the blood system is a criminal offence in Australia, with no exemption for plant medicine patients.

Transparent & affordable pricing

At flat $220 for your initial consultation, JoyLeaf offers some of the best value plant medicine care in Australia – and if your JoyLeaf doctor decides plant medicine isn’t the right option, you won’t be charged.

Follow-up consultations are only $79

Review your treatment progress, discuss adjustments to your medication and get repeat scripts with a follow-up appointment. Book now by clicking the button below.

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