Whether it be heavy metals and pesticides detected in legalized weed that’s being sold by big pharma and the government, genetically modified cannabis, high prices, or contamination of another kind, it’s quite clear that people aren’t happy with legalized weed. The government put people in jail for this stuff not long ago and now they want to be the dealer and their clearly not doing a great job.
A lot of people are still interesting in illegal weed.
This has become even more evident after a recent survey conducted by researchers at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia and the University of Guelph in Ontario found that 50.1 per cent Canadians that were surveyed agree with the federal government’s decision to legalize cannabis, down from 68.6 per cent in 2017. The percentage of people who say they neither agree nor disagree with legalization has nearly tripled, from just under seven per cent to more than 20 per cent.
Obviously, there is no explanation to this, but our hypothesis above seems to be quite plausible. Why? Well, let’s take a look at Ontario, Canada. Here Cannabis consumers seem to be turning away from the province’s legal suppliers and returning their underground sellers, or simply starting the process to grow their own. Why? Because the Ontario Cannabis Store, which is the only legal, licensed and regulated retailer in the province, keeps making some big mistakes.
Since sales began in October, they’ve failed big time with a number of privacy breaches, misdirected orders and have even incorrectly labeled products, not to mention recalled products for mold and, perhaps even more disturbing, sold Cannabis with bugs in them. Yes, you read that correctly, BUGS. Many orders from the Ontario Cannabis store have been contaminated insects.
According to Sylvain Charlebois, the Dalhousie professor who led the study, she believes the government may have intentionally attempted to dampen the enthusiasm and excitement that surrounded legalization, leading to the current decline in enthusiasm.
Other issues mentioned are purchasing problems, and authors of the study mention that we are far from seeing cannabis normalized as a big time stigmatism is attached to it.
Regardless of the reasons, the fact remains, if you are a user of medical marijuana, you should grow your own.
Health Canada (ACMPR program) allows you to grow approximately 5 times the amount of grams you were prescribed per day in plants i.e. if you were prescribed 5 gram per day, you can grow 25 plants indoors. Many Doctors are not comfortable signing these prescriptions and if they do, they are extremely conservative and don’t understand that many people prefer to eat or juice rather than smoke and this require much more product.
This is where we come in, we connect you with compassionate doctors who are willing to listen to you and write you a prescription you need.
If you’d like assistance to make sure you go through the process legally and the right way, please contact us about acquiring a licence and we’ll help you through the process every step of the way.