You will still have to sign up to a licensed Producer to receive your interim medical marijuana and get your starting material for yourself or your designated grower.
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You will receive a ,Registration Certificate from Health Canada, Zuubee.com will mail out your unique RX number that allows you to pick a Health Canada Approved Designated Grower to grow your medical marijuana. you must provide starting material from a Licensed Producer to the designated person to grow your medical marijuana.
You, as a registered person, can register with a licensed producer for an interim supply:
This interim supply could include:
You can also get this interim supply if something goes wrong with your production, such as crop failure. To get an interim supply, you will need to register with a licensed producer. You will use a copy of your Health Canada-issued registration certificate in place of a medical document to register. You may only register with one licensed producer to obtain interim supply.
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The first thing you will have to do make an appointment to see a Doctor at :
Bodystream Medical Marijuana Services
240 Wharncliffe Rd, North, Basement Unit B101,
London, Ontario,N6H 4P2
Location across Canada
You must sign up with a Licensed Producer to get your intern supply of medical marijuana and your starting material, such as seeds and clones (if available)
Please inform clinic and Licensed Producer that you are interested in growing your own medical marijuana and you will be filing your paper work with Health Canada as per Access to Canabis for Medical Propose Regulations ACMPR
licensing and overseeing the commercial industry; and,
registering individuals to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes (or to have another individual produce it for them).
With respect to the licensed producers, Health Canada officials will continue to conduct a thorough review of the information on applications to ensure compliance with the regulations and associated Directives (i.e., the Security Directive). Health Canada will also continue to work closely with producers once they are licensed as a means of monitoring and ensuring compliance with the regulations and the CDSA, including through inspections.
As of August 24, 2016, Health Canada will begin to review applications from individuals who have the authorization of their health care practitioner and who wish to register to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes. This will involve reviewing the information submitted to ensure it complies with the regulations, and responding to requests from law enforcement to confirm the validity of a registration certificate.
Under the ACMPR, those who are currently registered to purchase from a licensed producer may continue to do so without any interruptions to their supply.
Individuals can then use their medical document to either register with a licensed producer to obtain fresh or dried marijuana or cannabis oil, or with Health Canada to be able to produce a limited amount of cannabis themselves or designate someone else to produce it for them. As of August 2016, there are 34 licensed producers.
No matter how individuals obtain cannabis (i.e., under Part 1 or 2 of the ACMPR), their possession limit is the lesser of a 30-day supply or 150 grams of dried marijuana or the equivalent amount if in another form.
If an individual wants to produce a limited amount of cannabis for his/her own medical purposes, he/she must submit an application to register with Health Canada. An original medical document from the health care practitioner must be provided and the application must include information such as the location of where cannabis will be produced and stored.
Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations
Production for Own Medical Purposes and Production by a Designated Person Registration
Please contact the Office of Medical Cannabis: Toll-Free: 1-866-337-7705
Learn how to access cannabis for your own medical purposes by registering under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR).
Meet with your health care practitioner to discuss whether you should use cannabis to treat your symptoms.
Your health care practitioner may provide you with a medical document if they determine that a limited amount of cannabis should be used to treat your symptoms.
You must meet the requirements of the ACMPR to produce cannabis for your own medical purposes. The requirements state that you must:
If you are authorized to produce cannabis for yourself, you may also be authorized to produce for one other person if you are their designated person.
You may wish to consult the application guidance document for more details.
You must mail in:
Mail this package to:
Address Locator: 0302B
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9
If this information is not complete, we cannot process your application and will send the information back to you.
If you want another person to produce cannabis for you, you may designate a person to do so.
The person you designate to produce cannabis for your medical purposes must meet certain requirements, including:
This person can be authorized to produce marijuana plants under no more than 2 registrations in total, which means that they could:
This list of requirements is not complete. You may wish to consult the application guidance document for more details.
You must submit both:
The person you have designated will need to provide, among other things:
You may also need to provide a signed and dated declaration from the person who owns the site where the person you have designated intends to produce. The declaration should state that they consent to the production. This is necessary for a site that:
Health Canada will send you a registration certificate if:
This certificate will be your proof that you can legally produce a limited amount of cannabis for medical purposes. If you have a designated person and are issued a registration certificate, we will mail this person their own confirmation document.
The certificate will include the daily quantity of dried marijuana your health care practitioner authorized. It will also, based on the formulas found in the ACMPR, tell you:
You or the person you have designated may only begin to produce cannabis once you receive a registration certificate from Health Canada at your ordinary residence.
After receiving your Health Canada registration certificate, Please scan or fax to your licensed produced that you are current signed at for your intern supply, You will have to purchase your starting material such as seeds and or marijuana plant(s) at the same Licensed Producer.
Please provide a copy of your Registration certificate from Health Canada, along with a signed copy of your Health Canada Forms, if you wish to have Zuubee.com find you a patient to grow for. Designated growers can only grow for two individuals including themselves. This is a FREE service, We believe marijuana shouldn't be a profit centre for the rich.
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