Legalization and the Medicinal Cannabis User
There’s a buzz about legal recreational cannabis in Canada. Here’s what you need to know…
- On October 17th, 2018 cannabis will be legal to purchase across Canada.
- Distribution models vary from province to province.
- Online sales and mail delivery will also be available.
- Some pharmacies will also be distributing cannabis.
- Individuals will be able to grow up to four plants per household
Whether private or government run, stores will only be permitted to sell cannabis products that have been supplied by a Health Canada approved Licensed Producer.
“Why should I go to a clinic to obtain my prescription and register with a Licensed Producer when I can just go to a store for the same thing?”
ONGOING MEDICAL SUPPORT
ACCESS AND QUALITY
Canadian Cannabis Clinics is implementing policy to further ensure patients will have access to the products they need. Further, we’re collaborating with Licensed Producers to ensure patient-first access over the recreational market with commitments to our clinics and medical patients that will give patients priority access. Patients first, always!
Negative opinions about cannabis has presented barriers to those who are using, or are considering using it to treat their medical conditions. Now that cannabis is increasingly being accepted as medicine, more people are experiencing cannabinoid therapy and at Canadian Cannabis Clinics, we are ready for you! We are expanding across the country, and innovating new procedures in order to ensure that you have easy access to medication, support and education…And always free of charge.
Here’s to your good health!
For any questions about legalization and how it may affect you, or accessing medicinal cannabis please contact [email protected]