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What Are Medical Marijuana Clinics?

At Cann I Help we are passionate about putting our patients first and are dedicated to making alternative plant-based medicine accessible, affordable, and convenient.  

The groundbreaking Rapid Access Program by Cann I Help makes getting the help you need as painless and as seamless as possible. Patients can now undergo a nurse assessment, consult with a GP, and have a script issued on the same day.

Bookings for the Rapid Access Program by Cann I Help are available:

Monday to Friday between 9am to 4pm (AEST).

If you need to make a regular booking outside of these hours you can access the booking form here.

Here’s how the Rapid Access Program by Cann I Help works:  

  • Prospective patients complete the Rapid Access Program form.
  • They will be contacted shortly thereafter by a member of the Cann I Help team.
  • The patient will be consulted by one of our nursing team and then consulted by one of our doctors as soon as possible.
  • The patient’s prescription will be ready within hours of them initially contacting Cann I Help.
  • Prescriptions will be dispensed by the Cann I Help Dispensary.   

Simply complete the form and discover the difference plant-based medicine can make in your life today. 

What Are Medical Marijuana Clinics? by Cann I Help

Medical marijuana clinics are the legal, reliable way to get the cannabis you need to treat your ailment. When you can access specialist resources to provide and guide you through these medicines, you can better understand the various benefits available to you.

This is ideal for many people who utilise this plant to support their daily living and a number of conditions. Read on to find out more about using this resource to benefit your health.

 

Cannabis As Medicine 

Cannabis used as medicine can come in a number of forms, from oils to plant matter and isolated extracts. Australia allows the application of pharmaceutical-grade cannabis products regulated by the TGA. Cannabis plant species contain more than 100 different cannabinoids, many of which are either relatively unknown or deemed unsuitable for common use. This is why the medicinal level products are regulated in the way they are.

 

Primary Compounds 

The two primary cannabinoids for this grade of medicine are delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, and cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD. These two components have different impacts on the human body, and each has elements that combat certain ailments or condition symptoms.

THC is the cannabinoid responsible for the psychoactive effects typically associated with this plant, with strong potential to have therapeutic results benefits for treatment of pain, appetite, nausea, muscle spasms and several other issues. CBD on the other hand is a non-psychoactive compound that won’t give the user feelings of being ‘high’.

CBD has been approved by the TGA, under the SASB scheme, to treat a number of elements including anxiety, insomnia, pain and inflammation.

 

Use And Safety

Each and every plant and significant strain has its own levels of cannabinoids across the board. Some will be high in THC, whereas otherwise may be far more balanced, many will be energising, but most will be slow and heavy.

Each component offers an effect, and only certain levels of each are deemed necessary according to the governing bodies. Legal CBD oil and CBD dominant formulations have been assessed and generally seen as far less toxic than traditional alternatives, but always to be taken in parallel with guidance from a prescribing medical practitioner.

Medical marijuana clinics are a needed resource for many people, giving them access to an organic resource that can help treat and manage many conditions. With the right doses and the right management, you can improve your quality of life. Contact us today to find out more.