Interesting article in the Toronto Star in respect to chronic pain being treated by medicinal cannabis. The statement of there is no science that has yet been proven to provide relief for those with medical chronic pain seems like doublespeak. Since 2001 the government has approved that medical cannabis is a prescription that can be used for ailments to assist with arthritis to cancer.

It’s challenging is that it’s not speaking about the real issue and that is accessibility. The capability of having access even through recreational stores is not the proper way for people to get their prescription medicine. this is another example of how they’ve blended a medicinal prescription into a recreational access purchase. Which is not correct. as we’ve argued before it’s equal to going to the liquor store to get your prescription which is how the government has accepted the process of how many patients can get it quicker.

This is nothing new when it comes to understanding prescription medical cannabis is available and can assist with chronic pain and many ailments, if this wasn’t the case it wouldn’t have been as a medical solution.

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