Are You Eligible?
Medical Cannabis for older Canadians offers safe new options to older pharmaceuticals with known side effects. For decades, cannabis was portrayed in the media merely as an illegal drug used to get people high, and the people who use cannabis as no more than drug addicts and hippies seeking a desperate measure to detach from reality. As more jurisdictions begin to legalize the use of medical cannabis, these negative stigmas are being disproven simply as “scare tactics”, and replaced with scientific evidence backing cannabis as an aid towards health and wellness.
Older Canadian citizens grew up during a time when cannabis was illegal in Canada and the United States. Accordingly, the golden generation may perhaps be the most misinformed about cannabis, yet, ironically, might also be the age demographic that benefits the most from this natural plant. Below are 10 things Older Canadian citizens should know about medical cannabis. Things have changed and new information and research can make your life easier and reduce pain and sleep issues.
Who is Eligible for Medical Cannabis?
Patients with any of these medical conditions may qualify for cannabis treatment under the
Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulation or ACMPR.
Why telemedicine is a great way to access Medical Cannabis
People today are busy and adding one more doctors appointment can be hard. Through the use of telemedicine, MMS is able to offer you access to cannabis compassionate Health Care Practitioners simply using your phone, tablet or PC. The service is discreet and private from any location you feel secure. Once registered, we book your appointment to meet with an HCP. It is that easy!
We offer our members a consultation with a marijuana friendly Health Care Practitioner via Telemedicine.
Our staff will be happy to explain the cannabis prescription process and help you choose a Licensed Commercial Producer (LCP). It is our job to walk you through the process of becoming a legal user of Cannabis as an effective medicine.