Online Canadian Dispensary delivering to Winnipeg and all over Manitoba.
We absolutely love hooking up the fine citizens of Manitoba with premium grade mail order Marijuana. Whether you’re living in central Winnipeg, Brandon, Kenora, Portage La Prairie or Ste. Anne, we will be happy to hook you up with medical grade Marijuana directly to your door. Did you know that we offer free shipping on orders over $99? That is the lowest free shipping price in the industry!
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Marijuana has been known to help with the following medical symptoms
Pain Relief – Studies have shown that using THC may be beneficial in reducing neuropathic pain. A 2001 study found that cannabis smoked at a concentration of 9.4% THC moderately reduced pain and improved sleep, with little side-effects.
Nausea – Numerous studies have been done on the effects of using Cannabinoids to help reduce nausea and vomiting in chemotherapy patients. The studies found that the cannabinoids were more effective than the active control or the placebo at reducing vomiting and nausea. THC has also been shown to increase appetite.
Glaucoma – Marijuana has been used to treat and prevent the eye disease glaucoma, which increases pressure in the eyeball, damaging the optic nerve and causing loss of vision. Studies have shown Cannabinoids effectively lower intraocular pressure (IOP), likely by increasing ocular blood flow through their vasorelaxant properties.
Epilepsy – Small clinical studies suggest that cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive compound of cannabis, could potentially be helpful in controlling seizures. For more information on Epilepsy and Cannabis please visit Epilepsy.com.
Dravet’s Syndrome – is a syndrome which causes severe seizures. According to the film “Weed”, the young subject used a marijuana strain high in cannabidiol and low in THC. This decreased her seizures from 300 a week to just one every seven days. According to the film Forty other children in the state are using the same strain of marijuana to treat their seizures — and it seems to be working.