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4 EASY STEPS TO GET LEGAL MEDICAL CANNABIS
Drop By an NAC Centre to Discuss Eligibility
We will talk with you about your medical condition, and ask about any medications or treatments. In order to be eligible you must be over the age of 20, have been diagnosed with a medical ailment, and have tried at least one prior medication or treatment.
Complete Your NAC Medical File
Download our Medical Forms for the three different avenues to obtain the appropriate medical information. Once provided, you will need to complete some NAC paperwork to finalize your medical file.
Have a Physician Consultation
We arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable physician right from our NAC centre. Once successfully prescribed, NAC will have an in-depth education discussion with you, and issue an electronically secured wallet sized medical ID card.
Order Your Medication
National Access Cannabis assists you in selecting the right strain and placing your order with a licensed producer. This producer will send your order by mail to your home address.
National Access Cannabis provides access and education to people living in Canada looking to obtain Legal Medical Cannabis
let’s talk answers FAQ
IS MEDICAL MARIJUANA LEGAL IN CANADA?
Yes. Health Canada has approved the use of marijuana as a legal medicine since 2001 and there are 35 Health Canada regulated Licensed Producers (listed here) who sell it to Canadians. NAC is working within the guidelines of Health Canada’s ACMPR (Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations) to help Canadians have informed, legal, safe and responsible access.
WHAT CONDITIONS CAN MARIJUANA BE PRESCRIBED FOR?
Although there are no official guidelines for its use for specific conditions, the ACMPR allows medical marijuana to be recommended as treatment for almost any condition or aliment.
HOW DOES NAC HELP?
NAC makes the complex process of Canada’s legal medical marijuana program accessible and simple. See NAC‘s steps to access Health Canada’s ACMPR program safely and legally with physician support here.
WHAT IS THE ACMPR?
ACMPR stands for Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations and is the new set of rules replacing the previous rules of the MMPR. This change took place officially on August 24, 2016 and outlines the updated rules for growing, buying and selling medical marijuana in Canada. It has developed a formal system for doctors, patients and large-scale commercial growers known as Licensed Producers (LPs).
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR THE ACMPR?
In order to purchase medical marijuana from a Licensed Producer (LP), patients must have a medical document, similar to a prescription. NAC quickly connects members to a network of physicians for a medical assessment and if it’s determined that medical marijuana is a good treatment option, NAC helps members navigate the paperwork and submit all required medical documents. NAC also assists members in selecting a Health Canada LP, provides guidance on the types of medical cannabis for specific ailments and advises members on safe usage by reviewing existing prescription medications to avoid any drug interaction issues.
WHERE CAN I BUY MEDICAL MARIJUANA?
Under the rules of the ACMPR, Licensed Producers are the only legal source of medical marijuana. The ACMPR prohibits storefronts and dispensaries and all sales must be done online or by phone, and delivered by mail.
Considering medical cannabis treatment options?
National Access Cannabis has locations in Ottawa, Victoria, Toronto and Halifax(Winnipeg and Saskatoon coming soon) and we can also provide in home services to Canadians looking to obtain their ACMPR.
Contact us today and a qualified representative will get back to you with answers to your questions as soon as possible.
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AN EVIDENCED-BASED, HARM REDUCTION APPROACH TO PRESCRIPTION OPIATE USE
National Access Cannabis in collaboration with PhytoSciences Consultants is launching the largest harm reduction study to date. The purpose of this international study is to investigate the potential use of cannabis a substitute for prescription opiates.