As a nation, Canadians have grown increasingly more reliant on the internet for all things. 75% of us spend over three hours online everyday with over 40% of our household purchases through internet retailers. These are powerful numbers that extend into every facet of our lives. From clothing and groceries to subscription services – we depend on the ease and convenience of our online providers. But for most medical cannabis patients it’s more than just convenience, it’s essential. Applying for medical cannabis online is often the only way patients can access the medicine they need. Whether they face mobility issues, suffer from muscle fatigue or simply do not have the resources to travel – Canadian patients are entitled to a supportive online community that can help them secure medical cannabis. MedScriptter was developed to provide a streamlined and compassionate service for medical cannabis patients to remove all barriers to access and availability.
Author: Alice Parker
As a medical cannabis patient, you are within your rights to travel in Canada carrying your medicine. Furthermore, you can bring more prescribed marijuana than a recreational user. A rec cannabis user may only travel with up to a maximum of 30g while a medical cannabis patient may travel with up to 30 times your daily limit up to a maximum of 150g. This is a substantial benefit for medical marijuana patients! However, there are some regulations that you should be aware of before you pack your bags to ensure you don’t run into problems.
Marijuana dispensaries across Canada are experiencing supply shortages as the recent legalization of recreational marijuana passed in October of 2018. Have you considered growing your own medical marijuana at home or designating a grower? It’s easy to see how growing your own marijuana would seem a legitimate option and for some – it is. There are numerous benefits to growing your own weed but have you explored all the requirements?
In October 2018 recreational weed was legalized across Canada. Exactly one year prior, Canna Clinics in Toronto were subject to closure as the Ontario Supreme Court issued a temporary injunction for contravening zoning by laws. Not only did this injunction allow closure of the canna clinics but it also prohibits Canna Clinic Toronto and its directors from operating or selling marijuana in the city of Toronto.
We are your online source for Canadian Medical Cannabis information. There’s so much data being released right now and we would like to make it simpler to find. That’s what we do best! MedScriptter was developed to get rid of access and availability barriers to medical cannabis for Canadian patients.
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