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Advice needed on MMJ Please

I used Marijuana for medical purposes to control chronic pain. With all these new guidelines coming for opioids and the “opioid crisis” in the news, I am trying to control my pain with natural alternatives.

I have put in a request with a medical marijuana clinic to get an appointment, hopefully to get approved for a card. My first question, is it worth it at this point to do this with it being legal in the near future?

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Second, I see a lot of websites for dispensaries that selling medical marijuana online. I wonder if anyone has ever ordered from these that didn’t have a medical marijuana card. Were there any problems? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

I want good quality stuff that I can control the amounts of what’s in them, also looking for good quality edibles and other forms to take it without just smoking.

Thanks in advance!

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  1. Bryce Hooper Bryce Hooper says:

    Medical Cannabis can be life changing! I can see benefits picking up prescription cannabis just like any other medicine.

    Let me know if I can help you through the process!

    Edit: For legal carry in Canada, license producers can only provide dry bud, oils, topicals and capsules.

    *if you take your script and buy from a on illigal dispensary, you do have the chance of losing your legal script.

    (Make your own edibles with oils or dry bud! Super easy to control dosages)

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  2. Call this clinic, they are great there. They can get you in with their doctor and answer all your questions
    https://www.facebook.com/StarbudsStAlbert/

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  3. Mike Will Mike Will says:

    You can not order online unless you are registered with them via prescription. You can still view site but they won’t let you place an order.
    And yes if you want MM before next year I would get the license.
    You most likely will not get same quality without license

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  4. Neeca Pearce Neeca Pearce says:

    Amanda-Lea Viguie. Would MMS help them?

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  5. Kristy Hedin Kristy Hedin says:

    Cbd’s are the way to go!

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    • What are you taking cbd for?

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    • Kristy Hedin Kristy Hedin says:

      not to be rude , but thats none of your business

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    • Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

      It actually all depends on a persons needs…..cbd is great but thc is the pain killer….

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    • Amanda Krumm Amanda Krumm says:

      Actually Ruth Chalk I use CBD to control the pain in my back and my knees. it’s different for everyone.

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    • Robin Potter Robin Potter says:

      I use cbd too! It’s amazing for physical and mental issues. I take it for my ptsd and cronic joint pain (ha!).

      Being a medical patient has literally saved my life.

      Vanessa Kenney cbd is non psychoactive meaning you don’t get high. It’s great for a range of issues and usually it’s from hemp, which is 100% legal to consume (with or without medical).

      Please check out Sisters of the Valley lots of amazing information on her page.

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    • Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

      Yes Amanda Krumm it is different for everyone I know a few people find the cbd is helpful but it doesn’t relieve the pain as well as something with a higher thc. It also depends on the strain and the way you take it….there are so many different factors when it comes to finding the right strain that’s why it’s important to seek medical advise. Through a place like Natural health services.

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    • Amanda Krumm Amanda Krumm says:

      Exactly who I’m with Ruth Chalk! 🙂

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  6. There’s a few online ones that you don’t need a script for . I’ve got my card and I order from both .

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  7. Kyle Urban Kyle Urban says:

    Are you going through Natural Health Services? You don’t actually get a card, just a prescription for a certain number of grams per month, and then access to a dispenser of your choice to have product mailed to you. I’ve had no problems with it and it’s very fast delivery (at least for the one I use). Who can really say if it’s worth doing right now. Personally I think they’ll hold off on legalizing it because if they don’t no one will have a reason to vote for Trudeau

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  8. Ruth Chalk Ruth Chalk says:

    Honestly if you want the best go to natural health services so they can get you set up with the exact strain you need. There are lots of providers through natural health services. The thing with just going to a website is you can’t guarantee that it’s legal. You don’t actually get a card. You get your prescription. Your prescription on the packaging is what makes it medical. If you do not get a prescription label it is not legal. The pricing isn’t much different than street stuff.

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  9. Cindy Dato Cindy Dato says:

    I’m in the the same boat as you. At first I was totally against it, but with all the heavy pain medication I’m on, maybe I should give it a try. I went to my Dr. and he referred me to a clinic to get what I need. I also asked him about marijuana on the web, he told me to stay far away from there. Ordering this on line is dangerous and unsafe. You never know who is shipping it from. Which is true. I went through my Dr. to into the clinic.

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  10. My mom got approved for her medical and honestly it’s life changing for her. She suffers from chronic pain among other problems. It didn’t take long for her to get an appointment and once she did they started her on oil. However my mom not being much of a pot smoker took a little to much of the oil one time and called me while munching out on a whole bag of Cheetos telling me how good they were. Anyways talk to your doctor and they can set you in the right direction.

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    • It will be one the best memories I share with my mom haha. All I did was sit on the phone laughing uncontrollably while my mom is stuffing Cheetos in her mouth. ” honey I never realized how good these things are! It’s a shame you aren’t here! ” so you would share the Cheetos with me mom? “Well no but if you were here you would be able to see how much I love these”

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  11. Medical Cannabis is the best thing for chronic pain.

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  12. It’s totally worth it. At least you know you’re not buying weed laced with coke. Buying it from a licensed producer you know what you’re getting and the amounts to it. Go to Marijuana for Trauma. I had my prescription within a week of seeing them once paperwork was done. I’m with 4 producers. I highly suggest staying away from Aphria. They keep changing their product to lower levels for the same price so you’re buying more in the end. I use the oil and a bottle last’s me a couple months. The oil lasts 4-6 hrs unlike smoking. Smoking is a instant kick in. Oil isn’t but lasts a lot longer. Depending on you’re pain is what you need. I have chronic pain in my legs. I use high cbd mixed with a 1:1 ratio thc cbd. Without the bit of thc I can’t take a LOT of cbd before I get any relief. Cannimed is good. Canntrust is good. Those are the main 2 I use. Yes it’s pricey but like I said. It lasts me a couple months and I take it every 4 hrs to keep me topped up.

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  13. Jody Hogan Jody Hogan says:

    Canntrust gives you a card and has oil compassionate pricing for low income peoples.

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  14. Pagan Heart Pagan Heart says:

    Have you tried kratom for pain?

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  15. Yes its worth it. You can write prescriptions off on your income tax. Without a prescription you cant.

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  16. Shelly Wolfe Shelly Wolfe says:

    not to take away from your method but maybe looking into this as well maybe beneficial in your pain management 🙂 Royston Frederick is amazing at what he does ! http://www.roystonfrederick.com/energy-medicine/

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    • Cannabis just like a lot of other forms of drugs are used to help with symptoms brought on by chronic ailments. Unfortunately just like any other drug cannabis also has side effects that can perpetuate problems within the body. Correcting the root cause will stop imbalances in the body and mind.

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