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Yes. Health Canada has approved the use of cannabis as a legal medicine since 2001, and there are 35 Health Canada regulated licensed producers who sell it to Canadians. Possession and use of medical cannabis must be authorized by a regulated health care provider as a medical treatment.
To qualify for a medical cannabis prescription you must be at least 18 years of age. Patients under 18 can be assisted with parental supervision.
You may travel freely within Canada. You cannot travel outside of Canada with your prescription. For air travel it is recommended you check with the airline.
You will receive proof of your prescription from the Licensed Producer, which should be kept with you as a support document.
You will receive proof of your prescription from the Licensed Producer, Shortly before your appointment, you will be contacted by one of our Patient Coordinators. They will ensure that you have completed all necessary questionnaires and have uploaded ID and any supporting medical documents correctly. You will then speak with a healthcare professional who will assess if you qualify for medical cannabis. If you are granted an authorization, one of our Patient Coordinators will call you back to help ensure that all your questions are answered and you are connected and registered with a Federally Licensed Producer of medical cannabis which should be kept with you as a support document.
Medicinal cannabis can be used in a variety of ways. It can be vaporized, consumed in edibles or in concentrated oil. It can also be smoked although this method is not recommended. The intensity and duration of the effects of cannabis can vary depending on several factors, including how you consume it, the amount you use and how your body responds to the active ingredients.
Cannabis is a drug that is made up of the leaves, flowers, and buds of the Cannabis sativa plant. The flower portions of the cannabis plant contain the richest concentrations of terpenes and cannabinoids which are the most desirable compounds of the plant for medical and recreational cannabis users. The use of Medical cannabis may help treat symptoms like pain, nausea, fibromyalgia, IBS, seizures, migraines, lack of appetite and many more.
Patients who receive an authorization/medical document must only order their medical cannabis from a Federally Licensed Producer in Canada. You must agree to not purchase your medication for any other sources or use to medical documents to buy from the illicit market (like storefront or online dispensaries).
Each patient is assessed individually by one of our health care practitioners. If the practitioner determines that a patient is a suitable candidate for medical cannabis, they will be given a medical document (a prescription).