The epitome of that is online ordering and delivery services. With just a click of a button, you can have what you ordered at your front door in just a few days. And now, you can do that with medical marijuana too! Instead of having to drive to the closest dispensary (which may be quite the drive depending on where you live), why not get it delivered right to your door?
Cannabis flowers are filled with a group of chemicals called cannabinoids that make humans high. The cannabis plant naturally produces these chemicals, as do our own bodies, although the specifics of how and why these chemicals make us high is a matter of debate among scientists. The most powerful of these cannabinoids is tetrahydrocannabinol, usually shortened to THC. While THC is not the only cannabinoid that gets you high, it is the strongest, so we can use THC as a good barometer of how strong a cannabis product is. The legal weed you'll find in Washington is considerably stronger than the reefer of the 1960s and '70s. Back then, a cannabis flower was rarely more than 10 percent THC by weight. Walk into one of Seattle's pot shops today, and you'll find hundreds of strains with more than 20 percent THC, with some even testing over the 30 percent mark.
In addition to being able to buy medical cannabis from a licensed producer, you can grow your own medicinal cannabis at home. However, there are limits on the amount of cannabis that can be grown. On average, the limit is two outdoor cannabis plants or five indoor cannabis plants. Typically, this is enough to fill your entire prescription. Growing indica strains can be a great way to experience CBD effects.
This is a great product, high quality, I say high quality because I was buying a medical CBD oil that was not worth the money I paid for it, trust me. This seems to be working for my chronic pain. Right now it's hard to say because I have only been taking it for a few days but so far so good, and the middle finger of both hands are also straightening out for the first time in a couple of years of being bent and unable to straighten. I'm pleased so far and will buy more when it's available again.
It was completely clear from the beginning of Ford's ridiculous revenge on the city that did NOT elect him mayor that there would be no savings in his tiny-brained scheme. Even before Premier Bullwinkle's cuts, Toronto had fewer representatives per person than almost any other city in Canada.Any person with a brain....which of course excludes Ford.....could see that office staff budgets and numbers would need to be doubled in order to handle the load. So either Ford was too dumb to figure this out, or he did know it, and therefore LIED to everyone in order to get his way.
Don’t give these people your money. If you see their comments, flag them via Disquis. If you see them on Facebook, report them there too. I try to report as many as I can, but I am just one man working part time, and there are only so many hours during the day. Help me out by reporting these scammers on this site and any other marijuana website you see them on!
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Did you realize that medical marijuana is a necessity for hundreds of thousands of people with health conditions in Canada? If you run out of your medical marijuana and find all the dispensaries closed or you're unable to leave your home, you should be able to get it delivered to you. Or perhaps you're planning to hang-out with your friends and realize that your local retail dispensary may not have everything you want.
Medical cannabis is now legal in a majority of US states -- 28 plus DC, to be precise. As the legalization movement continues to gain momentum, buying weed "over the counter" is easier than ever. You no longer have to "know a guy"; you just need to know an app. And we're not talking about scouring the Dark Web for black market drug bazaars. These days, getting cannabis delivered to your door is only marginally tougher than signing up for Amazon Prime.
We've learned from other jurisdictions what works and what doesn't in terms of the questions consumers ask, the types of products they want, how to make a safe environment so people feel comfortable purchasing and giving them the education to back that up. We see online purchasing in other jurisdictions like California but it usually leads to a delivery service like a Uber Eats version of cannabis but Ontario and Canada are breaking new ground in terms of government-run online retail cannabis shops.
We support the Microcannabis movement which allows us to showcase the best craft cannabis products in Canada. Local and independent growers / brands are essential in persevering our culture and producing world class cannabis. From the Sunshine Coast to Nelson BC we’re continually focused on supporting premium product that come from small batch production where the details are never missed. They deserve our support and we cherish their great products.
If you’re looking for medicine options, for a chance to try a CBD based product that can be shipped to you, I can’t think of anything legitimate. CBD only treatment is a debatable issue, some people say they receive relief others not, all our Endocannabinoid systems are as different as snowflakes. Plus most swear that the entourage effect needs to be in place which means a minute amount of THC will be present. For this, to truly find what works for you, you will have to move to a medical state.
You can take the time to shop around, read product descriptions and reviews, and get your questions answered. Many local dispensaries have to serve a wide clientele quickly. Whatever their intentions, it can be hard to take the time to properly educate a customer or evaluate their needs, when there are a dozen more customers trying to wait patiently to be served.