A: Patients with a history of schizophrenia or psychosis should not be using cannabis. Those with untreated drug abuse or dependency or those who are pregnant, planning on becoming pregnant or breastfeeding should also refrain from use. There are also a few medications that should not be mixed with cannabis. Our specialists will go over your current medications in the initial assessment and will guide you from there.
A: Children are under more stringent requirements when it comes to cannabis. The most common condition children use cannabis for is seizure disorder. If the child’s family physician or specialist is willing to send a referral for valid condition children may be permitted.
A: Yes, medical-grade vaporizers are available for purchase on our website and at our locations. Vaporizers allow the inhalation of cannabis without burning the product or releasing smoke and other substances. Oils and capsules are also available that can be consumed orally.
A: Yes, Cannabidiol (CBD) provides many patients with relief of inflammatory pain such as arthritis, muscle spasms, seizures and even many gastrointestinal issues without causing euphoria or impairment.
A: If you have completed our process you can travel anywhere in Canada with your cannabis products. They products should be kept in the original container with the documentation you’ve been given. If you are unsure about the laws of other nations 420 clinic is glad to provide free travel advisories regarding travel restrictions.
A: A licensed producer is a company that is permitted to legally grow medical cannabis. The products are effectively screened and sent to valid medical patients through Canada Post. If you are registered with a licensed producer you are free to order products from them while your prescription is valid.