In Canada there are legal distribution services of mail order dispensary.
Some companies in Canada deliver mail order marijuana upon orders. The orders can be made online. Some companies require that one must be an adult specifically 19 years and above to use their site and purchase medicinal marijuana or weed.
Other companies such as B.C. Buds Medical require that patients must be registered before ordering or shopping.
B.C. Buds Medical is a company based in B.C. Canada that provides reliable, safe and legal access to mail-order Medicinal Marijuana of high quality, for people suffering from several conditions and a range of disorders such as insomnia, chronic pain, nausea, anxiety, loss of appetite, ADD/ADHD, or PTSD as well as other medical conditions.
B.C. Buds Medical does not acquire its products from bargain deals or from just any supplier that are available. The company sources its premium products from well-respected and established growers that have stood the test of time (for many years). Most of the growers that B.C. Buds Medical acquires their products have been in the marijuana business for over 20 years and others over 30 years. And neither does it sell any products that they have not tried and tested. Their products are tested in the labs for quality assurance as well as THC/CBD levels, checks for mold and pesticides and also test for taste.
Mail order dispensary is quickly and discreetly upon orders to all patients who are 19 years old and above and who are residing in Canada. The patients can select a product from a wide range of premium or low priced sativa, indica or hybrid strains of Grade A medicinal cannabis, and edibles that are available in Canada.
To place orders one has join and get registered by providing personal details and confirm that he or she is over 19 years of age and also confirm that he is a citizen of Canada. It is worth noting that Marijuana is not legalized in all the countries. So it is therefore advisable to check from your country whether such products are allowed.
Marijuana Legislation In Canada
As of early 2018 in Canada, cannabis, commonly referred to as marijuana or marihuana or is legal only for the purposes of medication and only under conditions as outlined in the cannabis medical regulations in Canada. Growing cannabis is currently legal in Canada specifically for fiber, seed and grain production only under licenses.
In 1993, cannabis was initially banned in Canada, but legalized in 2001. With regards to popular opinion, the leader of the Canada Liberal Party Justin Trudeau committed to legalize cannabis for personal purposes while campaigning in 2015 during the federal election. The Liberals won the election allowing the party to form a majority government and later enacted cannabis laws.
In other countries the use of cannabis is legalized while other countries do not allow the use of the product. Some of the states in the United States prohibit the use of marijuana while others have legalized the use.