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Canadian Cannabis Clinics is thrilled to announce the opening of the best medical marijuana clinic in Ottawa, at 595 Montreal Road Suite 501, in the Phenix Medical Building.

OUR MISSION

PATIENT CARE: Our staff is committed to helping patients with a variety of conditions manage their symptoms through the use of medical cannabis.

EDUCATION: Canadian Cannabis Clinics is committed to educating patients, physicians and the general public about the effective use of medical cannabis.

RESEARCH: We collaborate with academic researchers to advance the state of the science regarding the medical use of cannabis.

 

Q Is medical marijuana legal in Canada?

Medical marijuana has been legal in Canada since 2001. On April 1, 2014 the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) made accessing medical cannabis significantly easier for Canadians. Doctors can now issue Medical Documents (essentially a prescription) which authorize patients to purchase medical marijuana from a Licensed Producer.

Q Who can get a cannabis prescription?

Each patient is assessed individually by a medical doctor.

If the doctor determines that the patient is a suitable candidate for medical cannabis they will be given a Medical Document (essentially a prescription).

Q How much does a visit to the Canadian Cannabis Clinics cost?

There is no cost to be a patient at CCC. However, a $65 ‘no show’ fee may apply if you fail to attend your appointment or cancel with less than 24 hours notice. Please bring a valid OHIP health card to your appointment.

Q Where do I fill my prescription?

There is never any marijuana on site. Patients who receive a Medical Document must order their medical marijuana from a Licensed Producer.

Q Do I have to smoke medical marijuana?

Health Canada recommends that cannabis be vaporized, not smoked.

Vaporization is a way to inhale the active components of medical marijuana while avoiding by products of burning plant matter. Vaporizers work by heating the marijuana past the boiling point of the active compounds but below the point of plant matter combustion.

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