ACMPR LICENSE FROM HEALTH CANADA
The Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulation (ACMPR) program is designed for patients to grow medicinal cannabis for personal use. Having your ACMPR license allows you to grow and produce your own high-quality cannabis at home or to designate an approved grower to do it for you.
You may grow up to 463 plants at a time under your personal production license. Check out the Cannabis Calculator to determine how many plants you can grow. We are so confident we can assist you that we offer a 100% money-back guarantee!
*ACMPR License valid for 12 months.
As part of our service, Good to Grow can:
To get started, you will need to get assessed by one of our medical practitioners.
Complete the Patient Assessment Form and tell us your needs. Choose and pay for a consultation path that best suits your medical needs and book your appointment. Our office will connect you with a suitable medical practitioner.
Conduct a tele-health consultation with one of our medical practitioners to assess how many grams per day you are eligible for. Our medical practitioner will review your medical needs and prescribe you the appropriate amount.
We will send your prescription directly to the licensed dispensary or licensed producer of your choice.
Our medical practitioner will issue you a medical document supporting the use of cannabis for medical purposes based on your consultation. Complete the ACMPR License Application and mail it to Health Canada along with this document.
Expect to receive your ACMPR license in the mail directly from Health Canada and
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On October 17th, 2018 the ACMPR program became the Cannabis Act.
It is essentially a name change and the process to get your license to grow remains the same.
Authorized patients must register with Health Canada to produce your own medical cannabis or buy directly from a federally licensed grower.
On August 24, 2016, Health Canada enacted the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACPMR) program which allowed authorized patients to legally grow their own cannabis or purchase from licensed producers.
On June 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada, ruled that restricting legal access to dried marijuana was unconstitutional. Individuals with a medical need were given the right to use, make, possess and alter other forms of cannabis products. And, licensed producers could produce and sell cannabis oil, fresh marijuana buds and leaves in addition to dried marijuana.
In 2014, the Canadian government replaced MMAR with Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR). Under the MMPR, patients with a medical need could no longer grow cannabis themselves or have it grown for them because the new regulation restricted patients to access only dried marijuana.
Government of Canada introduces Marijuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) which enabled individuals with authorization from their health care practitioner to access medical marijuana by producing their own plants, designating someone to produce for them, or purchasing Health Canada supply.
Book an appointment after submitting the Patient Assessment Form.