On the eighth episode of The Fear of Science, hosts Jeff Porter and Daniel Chai talk about weed and weed culture with Terry Roycroft CEO of MCRCI and comedian Kyle Bottom. Find out what has changed after legalization in Canada and the advances in medicinal marijuana science.
‘The Fear of Weed’
MCRCI is excited to be teaming up with Integrative Alternative Health Service (IAHS) in Red Deer, Alberta! We are happy to be able to offer our industry leading experience to patients in Red Deer and surrounding areas.
MCRCI is joining forces with IAHS; taking over their medicinal cannabis service, adding, support, resources and experience. We will be offering our services to patients (new & old) at IAHS including both our Basic and Production memberships.
IAHS’ mission is to transform how Health & Wellness is perceived through integrative therapies & education focused on Mind, Body & Soul. Bringing these services to your front door. IAHS offers service across Central Alberta so call them today at 587.679.4247 for more information.
Our services through IAHS include:
Evaluation of a patient’s eligibility for medicinal cannabis
Access to Health Canada & ACMPR program
Additional support, as needed, for patients under 18 and patients with no previous
Support from MCRCI educators in understanding the advantages of different licensed
producers and their products
Support from MCRCI educators on cannabis as a medicine, strains, and administration
The arrangement of appropriate follow-up visits with the physician
Adjustments in a cannabis treatment program as needed, to include changes in daily
amounts authorized, re-issuing of medical documents, and additional documentation
Assistance in responding to employer concerns regarding the use of cannabis for
Access to MCRCI educators for ongoing support and guidance
Guidance in the federal ACMPR program
Information regarding dispensaries and/or compassion clubs
Timely reminders to renew ACMPR authorization
Discounts on accessories and products (books, vaporizers, etc.)
“(Dr. Ian) Mitchell, who is participating in a randomized controlled study on the effects of cannabis on patients with post-traumatic stress syndrome, said a lot of what is known about the harms of marijuana also comes from observational data.
He also noted randomized controlled studies examining the benefits of marijuana have been suppressed for decades due to a research blockade in the U.S.”
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