Dispensaries Across Canada Join to Form CAMCD; Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries

May 31st, 2011

Patients across Canada have been able to have Medical Marijuana for nearly 15 years now, however, consistency has been an issue.

The goal of CAMCD (Canadian Association for Medical Cannabis Dispensaries) is to ensure a consistent and high level best cbd cigarettes review, as well as the business practices that are followed.

Over a period of time, this coalition will put together a Certification Process based on their operational practice and will be enforced across Canada for any new dispensary that may want to open up.

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Part 2 of 4 – Thousands in BC rely on Medical Cannabis Use.

May 23rd, 2011

More and more Canadians are looking at an alternative to conventional pharmaceuticals to alleviate their pain, and effects of cancer.  Many are finding that Medical Marijuana is safer and more effective than alternatives like  a “clinical trial with a chemo drug that has not yet been approved in Canada”

Readily available in many forms, there are many dispensaries that provide safe and convenient access  to Medical Marijuana. Tinctures, cooking oils and infused butter are great alternatives to smoking the dry plant.

Read the following article for some great tips on becoming eligible for a (federal) exemption, or to see if Medical Marijuana may be right for you.

(http://www.vancouversun.com/health/Medical+Marijuana+Relief+bottle/4822)

Part 1 of 4 – An Issue of Health … and Safety

May 23rd, 2011

Medical cannabis is becoming more and more popular in British Columbia.  Nearly 3,000 people have sought a medical marijuana permit from Health Canada to possess medicinal pot.

Vancouver police don’t necessarily have an issue with the use of medical cannabis; they are more concerned that the communities in which it’s being grown are being more and more subjected to danger.

We’re not questioning whether people have the right to choose marijuana for medical things,” Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis said. “We’re concerned [the growers] don’t meet zoning regulations.

“Fire officials say in a home without a growing operation, the risk of fire is estimated to be a one-in-525 chance; if marijuana is being grown in the house, the chance rises to one in 22.” – Vancouver Sun, May 20th, 2011

Read the following article to find out more.

(http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/westcoastnews/story.html?id=45bc28e6-4dba-45e9-bea7-5eb7a646171f&k=9615)