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Vancouver Dispensary Mail Order

The province of British Columbia is definitely marijuana friendly, with Vancouver in particular being a key player in creating new marijuana regulations. In February of 2016, a federal court judge in British Columbia overruled a clause in the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR), stating that medical marijuana patients have a constitutional right to grow their own cannabis. This not only makes it possible for patients to control the various strains, but the dosage that is best suited for their treatment.

MMPR was enacted in July of 2013 as a set of Canadian regulations in regards to the production, distribution, and use of medical marijuana. In August of 2016, Health Canada replaced MMPR with the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposed Regulations (ACMPR). Under the ACMPR, anyone that is 18 years of age or older, with a medical need for cannabis, and authorization from their healthcare practitioner will be able to obtain cannabis.

With the ACMPR program now in effect, deciding if medical marijuana is right for you is between you and your healthcare practitioner alone.

Where can you buy Marijuana?


Purchasing medical marijuana via mail order from our canna clinic easy. Just shop like you normally would online, select the products you need, and checkout. We will accept the following payment methods:

  • Credit cards

  • Interac E-Transfer

  • Visa debit cards

  • PayPal

Your products will usually arrive within 2-5 business days and a signature is required upon delivery. It’s important to note that we cannot ship outside of Canada.

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Medical Marijuana as a Therapeutic Agent

  • ADD/ADHD: Extensive research has shown the potential value of cannabis as a therapeutic agent for ADD and ADHD. Cannabis helps slow down sensory input via synaptic inhibition. The cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis increase the availability of dopamine, having the same effect as Ritalin, but without the metabolic breakdown of dopamine.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease: A preclinical study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that small doses of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) can help slow the production of toxic betamyloid proteins in the brain. This protein is thought to be the kick-starter of the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Anxiety: There is substantial preclinical evidence strongly supporting CBD (a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis) as a treatment for multiple anxiety disorders. CBD interacts with receptors in our endocannabinoid system known to regulate anxiety and fear-related behavior.

  • Cancer: In a 2006 study, results indicated that CBD was the most potent inhibitor of breast cancer cell growth. CBD is a promising cancer fighting agent that regulates the pathways involved in cell survival and invasion.

  • Chronic Pain: Given the safety profile of cannabis compared to that of opiates, cannabis is certainly a much safer alternative. The studies on the effects of cannabis to treat chronic pain showed consistent and significant improvements of symptoms in patients. In 2016, the University of Michigan conducted a study and found that cannabis decreased side effects of other medications, improved the patients quality of life, and reduced opioid use by 64%. The head physician at Marijuana for Trauma in Canada, found that his patients responded best to low doses of indica strains that were high in THC, compared to other strains.

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS): There is a significant amount of evidence that supports THC and CBD-based medications can be used to treat muscle spasticity associated with MS. In these studies, cannabis helped treat pain and sleep disturbances, neural tissue inflammation, muscle spasms, gastrointestinal issues, and improved overall mood. Both THC and CBD are viable therapeutic options in treating symptoms caused by MS.

  • Sleep Disorders: The use of cannabis as a therapeutic option can help treat various sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and parasomnia. Research suggests that CBD has potential for treating insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness. Synthetic cannabinoids such as nabilone and dronabinol have short-term benefits for sleep apnea, and nabilone could possibly reduce nightmares induced by PTSD and improve sleep for patients with chronic pain. Overall, the use of cannabis is a very promising therapeutic treatment for sleep disorders by:

    • Reducing the amount of time it takes to fall asleep.

    • Decreasing the number of times a patient wake up in the night.

    • Increasing stage 3 (deep) sleep.

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