Health Canada introduced the Marihuana for Medical Purpose Regulations (MMPR) in June 2013. The program simplifies the process of individuals looking to get medical marijuana prescriptions by enabling patients to consult medical advice directly with a doctor with no other party involved. In order to participate in the MMPR, individuals must submit their verified medical records detailing their diagnosis for consideration by Health Canada. Registered Physicians and Nurse Practitioners (NP’s) both have the authority to deliver diagnosis that are Health Canada recognizes. The MMRP also created climate for the cultivation of it in commercialize industry context and addressed such concerns as, quality control and responsible distribution protocols to make sure it does not end up into the hands of minors. White Palm puts patience in touch with Doctors and NP’s that are familiar with the ailments that medical marihuana can treat.

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