Unfortunately, at his time, orders must be placed online and shipped to you.
If you would like to add or edit your order, you’ll need to enter a new order and we will cancel your original order. Please contact us at email@example.com with the order number you would like canceled.
If a customer has placed an order and completed interact e transfer but wants to add/change their order, simply contact us as soon as possible to avoid extra shipping costs.
If you would like your order canceled and it has not shipped out yet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know immediately if you have not received your order and we’ll start a trace with Canada Post to locate your package.
No, no exceptions to this
We are currently Only accepting payments made using Interact E-Transfers for the time being.
Once your order is placed, our team ensures that the product meets our top standards. We vacuum seal the contents to conceal the smell and retain freshness. Your concerns come first, so we’ll mail your product in discrete packaging to ensure the order successfully makes it to your door without raising any unwanted attention.
Shipment arrival depends on where you are located in Canada. Typically, packages are estimated to arrive at your door within 1 - 5 business days via Xpresspost. You can be assured that your order is of the up most priority when it comes to the arrival of your order.
If you have not received your order 48 hours after the estimated time of arrival, contact us immediately via live chat on our website or email email@example.com. We will conduct an investigation and take the necessary steps to ensure your package arrives to you safely.
Medicinal Cannabis Usage and Benefits
Oil differs from dried cannabis in that onset effects can take one to two hours or more, and can last upwards of six to eight hours or more. We ask that customers start with as low as 0.5ml of our lowest THC oils and go slow, increasing dosage only incrementally until the appropriate result is achieved.
The active components of cannabis (termed cannabinoids) mimic the effects of chemicals (endocannabinoids) that naturally occur in the human brain and body. These chemicals act as ‘signals’ or ‘messengers’ that help control how the body functions. So, the use of cannabinoids to mimic these chemicals may affect different symptoms and how the patient experiences them.
Medical cannabis is only available when approved by a Doctor for people with specific medical conditions. Medical cannabis should be inspected for cleanliness and quality.
Recreational cannabis occurs in numerous forms and may be adulterated with a number of other substances. There is no standardization on the street and users have no guarantee of potency or content.
Like any medicine, cannabis can be misused. Excessive or inappropriate use can contribute to problems including sleepiness, overeating, and time management issues. Due to the political climate surrounding cannabis use research, clinical studies have produced widely conflicting conclusions about the true benefits and potential side effects of cannabis use. Always listen to the advice of your doctor and use good judgment when using medical cannabis. These guidelines help identify ways of using medical cannabis in a positive way.
Medical Cannabis can be ingested in many different ways. Effects may vary slightly with different methods of consumption. The length of time it takes for the medicine to take effect, and the length of time that the medicine remains effective, can vary greatly with different methods of consumption.
The most common ingestion method has traditionally been to smoke the dried flowers and/or leaves of the cannabis plant. Dried cannabis can be smoked in a pipe, rolled into a cigarette (or ‘joint’), or smoked using a water pipe (commonly called a ‘bong’). Water pipes were once thought to filter out some of the carcinogens in cannabis smoke, but studies suggest that there is no significant health benefit to smoking from a water pipe over other smoking methods. Regularly smoking any plant material can have a negative impact on pulmonary health, and therefore Peace in Medicine recommends patients use vaporizers or edible forms of medicine whenever possible.
A vaporizer is a device that allows the patient to separate the cannabinoids (the therapeutically effective chemicals in cannabis) from the plant material without burning. This is possible because cannabinoids vaporize (turn to a gaseous form that can be inhaled) at a temperature lower than that required for burning. As a result, the patient can inhale without taking in the burned plant material that constitutes “smoke”. While scientific studies are lacking, it is commonly believed that vaporizing is a healthier form of ingestion than smoking cannabis. Vaporizing is believed to mitigate many if not all of the negative effects of smoking. It tastes better as well. If you are used to smoking your medicine, you may think that you aren’t “getting anything” at first when you vaporize, because vapor does not burn the throat. Even though the vapor doesn’t burn, it is still quite effective. Use caution and wait a few minutes to feel the full effects before taking more.
Edibles are foods cooked with butter or oil that has been infused with cannabis. Edible cannabis usually takes longer to take effect (20 minutes to an hour or more) and the effects generally last longer than smoking or vaporizing. Edibles taken on an empty stomach will take effect significantly faster than if taken immediately following a meal. It is difficult to know how strong an edible medicine will be, and because it can take an hour or more to feel the full effects, it is easy to over-medicate. Use caution! If you have taken your medicine in an edible form, wait at least an hour to be sure you know how strongly it will affect you before taking more.
Any food that contains butter or oil can be made with cannabis-infused butter or oil, but the most common edibles are cookies, brownies, cakes, or candies.
Oils and Honeys
Cannabis infused oils can be used directly in foods, consumed in capsules, or mixed with honey to be used in tea or on other foods.
A tincture is a concentrated form of cannabis in an alcohol solution. Tinctures can be taken under the tongue or mixed into water or other beverages.
Although people typically think of smoking marijuana, there are many safe alternatives that can have different and longer lasting effects.
The side effects of using medical marijuana can vary greatly by person and strain. Everyone is different and we recommend if you are trying a new strain to start with small doses.
Not one person to date has ever died or over dosed form cannabis. It heals your mind, body and soul.
Cannabis has been used as a medicine for thousands of years. Various medical uses were described 4000 years ago by the Chinese emperor Shen-nung in his medical book Pen-ts’ao Ching. Cannabis was mentioned as a medicine in the susruta of India before the 8th century A.D. Today, uses for medical cannabis include treatment of pain, nausea, lack of appetite, sleeping disorders, auto-immune diseases (MS), glaucoma and even cancer!
There are hundreds of strains of cannabis :)
You should store Cannabis in a cool, secure place. Keep it out of reach of children.
The THC and CBD levels initially listed on our website are estimates based on breeder information and other research. While these should be pretty accurate, there are a variety of factors that can result in higher or lower THC levels. Once we have tested our product, we list the exact tested levels so customers can make fully informed purchasing decisions.
When a new batch becomes available, we will test it and update the THC and CBD levels on our website again. We expect to find some variation in THC and CBD levels between batches while we identify the best mother plants for cloning. This process is referred to as phenotype selection.
Each strain of cannabis is unique and every cannabis user is unique too. Some of the factors that impact whether a particular strain may be right for you include:The cannabinoid content: THC and CBD are the two most understood cannabinoids in cannabis, and must be clearly and accurately labeled. Generally speaking, THC is to thank for the psychoactive effects while CBD provides non-psychoactive effects. One combination of THC and CBD may be suitable to help patients with severe chronic pain, while another may be more helpful for patients suffering from epilepsy.
People often refer to cannabis strains being either a sativa, indica or hybrid of the two. Strains can be sativa-dominant, indica-dominant or anywhere inbetween. Generally speaking, indicas are perceived to provide heavier, evening-type effects. Sativas, on the other hand, are generally thought to provide more energizing effects suitable for daytime.
The delineation is more complex than indica=sleepy and sativa=energetic. No two strains are exactly alike, even if their indica and sativa profiles are. In addition, everyone has a unique endocannabinoid system -- if cannabinoids are the keys, your endocannabinoid system is your body’s individual set of locks, known as receptors. It is rare but not at all unheard of for an individual to report sativas always lead to a nap and indicas keep them up at night. This might be a result of cannabinoid content, differences in endocannabinoid systems or other factors less understood at this time.
There’s way more at play inside a cannabis strain than just indica vs sativa. Try to be open to new strains and listen to your body.
Finding the right product for you may require sampling a variety of strains. However, Remedy and Relief will be there to provide personal and online support throughout the entire selection process. You will have the information and support you need to find the strains that are right for you.
At Remedy and Relief, we are committed to ensuring that both law enforcement and patients understand the rights and obligations of patients under the new law. If you have any questions, or require further information please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org and we will support your needs in any way we can.
While there are a number scams on the internet claiming to be real online dispensaries who sell legal marijuana, we assure you we are not one of them. We have been in the been in both cultivating, and selling end of the marijuana industry for over a decade, all while building a great rapport among patients from B.C to Ontario. We understand the needs of medical patients that may have trouble purchasing their medicine from a dispensary for any number of reasons and believe they shouldn’t be forced to have to buy illegally on the streets. We have made the decision to offer full access to our site to medical patients in Canada so they may have safe access to their medicine at any time.
Safety is our number one priority for both patient and staff, and are happy to say we have had a zero incident rating thus far. From delivery to members receiving their designated package, both our team and members have given us a 10/10 approval rating!
We are strong marijuana advocates, our belief is that NO patient (whether you have a medical card or not) should have their access to marijuana and (or) marijuana products restricted by outdated laws.
Clients who are over the age of 19 and live in Canada are qualified to purchase medical marijuana through our site.