On August 11, 2016, Health Canada announced the new Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). These new regulations will replace the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) when they come into force on August 24, 2016, and are being implemented as a result of the Federal Court ruling in the case of Allard v. Canada. These new regulations will allow for reasonable access to cannabis for medical purposes for Canadians who have been authorized to use cannabis for medical purposes by their health care practitioner.
from Canada News Centre – Health Canada
Today we had another opportunity to cook live with Matt Gray from HERB.co In our home kitchen, Chef Kramer prepares Phoenix Tears, otherwise known as Rick Simpson Oil, and infuses it with the sweet delectable tastes of toffee and chocolate.
Why do we call cannabis pot? Growing up, I accepted that “weed” was the first name for it, and that Cannabis was its legit medical name. Cannabis plants are those that contains the three following psychoactive elements:
Making a point can get you in hot water. Dana Larsen, from OverGrow Canada was arrested in Calgary for mailing marijuana to Canadian Members of Parliament.
Always behave responsibly
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Yes ganja yoga class is an actual classification of service. At the yoga studio the “House Of Yoga” located in Toronto, they offer courses that incorporate cannabis consumption into the mix, using a vaporizer.