Whether you are new to medical marijuana or an experienced patient, this section has everything you need to know about Who is Eligible for medical marijuana to how to obtain a medical marijuana prescription from speaking with your doctor or a physician within the Greenleaf Medical Clinic.
You will learn how different Cannabis Varieties and strains work to alleviate a wide variety of medical symptoms at different times of the day. We have great information on the many healthy ways of Using Marijuana other than smoking.
We also cover where to purchase 100% legal medical marijuana in Canada through a Health Canada approved Licensed Producer. By registering with one of the approved Licensed Producers, you will receive your medical marijuana prescription delivered to your door.
The law and medical marijuana isn't always so easy and straightforward. We rely on the regulations set by the Government of Canada. This section explains the history of the old MMAR, the revised MMPR and the newly formed ACMPR. This new program effective August 24, 2016 gives you three legal options for your medical marijuana supply in Canada. You can legally grow your own medical cannabis in Canada at home or have a designated producer grow it for you. Thirdly, you can register with a Health Canada approved commercial producer and purchase your medical marijuana legally online and have it shipped directly to your door by bonded courier.
GreenLeaf Medical Clinic was Voted the #1 Canadian Marijuana Clinic in the 2014 Canadian Cannabis Awards!
In 2011 MedicalMarijuana.ca opened the Greenleaf Medical Clinic to assist patients across Canada access our physicians who specialize in prescribing medical cannabis. The clinic sees patients nationally from the comfort of their own home through telemedicine or by walk in appointments.
If you are looking to grow your own medical marijuana legally, apply with a designated grower or register with a Health Canada approved Licensed Producer for your legal cannabis supply you will need these official forms.
Are you wondering about approaching your doctor to discuss using medical cannabis to treat the symptoms of your condition? We understand that talking about medical cannabis with your doctor can be intimidating and confusing. Our goal is to empower patients to ask the right questions to obtain cannabis as an alternate treatment option.
Under the (ACMPR) Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations now in effect the decision to use marijuana for medical purposes is now between the patient and physician alone. Within the Greenleaf Medical Clinic a patient must have a prior diagnosis within the past five years from a Canadian physician.
We are confident we can answer all of your questions regarding licensed commercial producers, the application process and how to use your medication. We are happy to introduce you to a community-oriented portal designed to help you feel better and become legal with the medication that works for you.
Cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, cannabis ruderalis , hemp and marijuana (marihuana) all refer to the same plant. Medical Cannabis uses strains from all varieties to help with a wide range of medical conditions.
Traditionally, smoking has been the most common medical marijuana delivery method. There are now many healthier alternatives that work just as fast at getting the active ingredients into your bloodstream. Some common, healthy alternatives to smoking are: vaporizing, ingesting edibles or using tinctures, sprays or oils.
Throughout history different cultures have recorded use of marijuana as medicine. Governing bodies across the globe have had a difficult time deciding whether or not it should be legally available to citizens. It has long been used as a medicine in India, China, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, South Africa, and South America.
Groups provide a supportive and social environment for patients to learn from each others' experiences and ask questions. You can share as little, or as much as you wish. You will learn and benefit from the discussion regardless of your level of participation. Please note, we do NOT cover medical conditions, personal details or employment, or specific prescription medications.