Our Frequently Asked Questions. Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us if you have any questions or concerns! We’d be happy to help.
Why Medical Cannabis?
People take medical cannabis for many different reasons. Some reasons a Health Care Practitioner may prescribe medical cannabis include the possibility of treating anxiety, nausea, chronic pain, epileptic seizures, insomnia, inflammation and more.
How does Cannabis work?
Cannabis works by activating your natural receptors located in your body called the endocannabinoid system.
What is the difference between CBD and THC?
THC is the main active ingredient within cannabis. It is attributed to producing the majority of the psychoactive effects of cannabis. CBD is a non psychoactive cannabinoid and has many therapeutic effects.
What if I am sensitive to THC?
CBD can offset the effects of THC, if you find you are sensitive to THC choose products higher in CBD. It is always recommended that you first speak with your doctor or health care respresentative to find out if THC is right for you. You can also speak to cannabis specialists to help guide you with dosing.
What are the possible side effects?
Each person has an individual reaction and response to strains and potencies. The best method is to start low and go slow monitoring your reactions to each product. Possible side effects include relaxation, hightened sensory experiences, sleepiness, anixety, delusions, paranoia and more. Again, everyone reacts differently to cannabis. Speak to your doctor first to find out if cannabis is right for you.
How do I register to become a patient?
Registering to become a patient is simple, the first step is to complete our registration here. The second step is to book an appointment with your health care practitioner and have them complete your medical document. You can also call our patient care team for assistance to find a clinic.
Is medical cannabis covered by my health insurance?
Currently medical cannabis is not covered by most insurance plans. You can, however, claim your medical cannabis as a medical expense for tax purposes.
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