There is a need for open communication and sharing of credible information in regards to natural health alternatives, especially the medicinal use of cannabis.
For individuals looking to access medicinal cannabis legally, the first step in the process is filling out the application for the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations. You can find it here.
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According to a new university study, patients are choosing medical cannabis over pharmaceutical medication because it’s less addictive.
Election 42 is around the corner. Do you know which party has the best cannabis policy?
Harper says that regulating cannabis like cigarettes or alcohol would do nothing to keep it out of the hands of kids. But does prohibition?
After doctors in Alberta refused to fill her daughter’s prescription, this mom found help in Ontario.
With the upcoming election so focused on cannabis, how medical marijuana is distributed might be up for a change!
A four-year study shows that cannabis for chronic non-cancer pain is safe and effective.
An Alberta mom allowed to keep treating epileptic daughter with medical marijuana.
The International Center for Science in Drug Policy is taking a stand against false #CannabisClaims.
Vancouver dispensaries received warning letters to shut down operations and stop advertising.
As opposed to criminalizing youth, it’s time to legalize and regulate cannabis and invest in health services like drug prevention, treatment and harm reduction.
The MMPR allows patients to buy their medical marijuana from licensed producers only, which increases costs and limits access. These B.C. patients want their rights reinstated to grow their own at home.
Come discuss global drug policy reform and how you can help change minds and policies at the annual CSSDP conference Feb 27-March 1st in Toronto.
How can you treat yourself effectively with cannabis without risking negative consequences to your professional image?
With the support of pediatricians, will stigmas against medical marijuana and the adjoined barriers to research be alleviated?
Should support, education and medical access be so costly?
Advertising cannabis is against Health Canada’s MMPR rules. Where is the line between information and advertising?