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Toronto cannabis seeds review ( Canadian Seedbank reviews

If you want Canadian grown and bred cannabis seeds, consider Toronto Cannabis Seeds. While they carry only around 15 brands of cannabis, they only consider the best.

Black Gold, Bruce Banner Fast Version, Auto Bruce Banner, Purple Kush and Northern Lights are some of the better known varieties.

Toronto cannabis ships worldwide, and has been in business for 15 years. The latter is very important when selecting a cannabis seed seller as cannabis seed sales are a very fierce competition.

If Toronto cannabis didn’t deliver they would be out of business long ago. However, not only is Toronto cannabis still around but it is thriving. It has a four star rating on Trustpilot, one of the most respected review sites.

Support is available for problem orders by both email and telephone, Monday through Friday.

Shipping is within a few days and most customers are delighted to get a few extra seeds within their order, a common Toronto Cannabis Seed practice.

Payment is available by both MasterCard or Visa, the two most widely accepted credit cards in the world.

Although Toronto Cannabis Seeds does not offer hundreds of varieties, they made a decision to provide the best genetics Canada has to offer. The strains of cannabis these seeds produce provides consistent THC, good yields, and high germination sucess.

One nice thing about Toronto Cannabis seeds is that they offer a seed mix pack if you are not exactly sure which strain of cannabis works best for your particular needs.

In addition to producing their own products, they also sell from top genetic breeders such as Digital Genetics, Next Generation Seed and Jordan of the Islands.

Packages are shipped within a couple of days, and all packages are stealthy, meaning the neighbors or family members don’t need to know your business.

All the seeds are home grown in Canada, and come in feminized, regular, medicinal CBD and auto-flowering.

We wish Toronto Cannabis Seeds offered a few more varieties for sale, but what they offer is first class, and they have a terrific reputation for customer service fairness.

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We rate Toronot Cannabis Seeds one of our best choices to procure your cannabis seeds.

Medical marijuana to sell for $5 per gram

There is no question physicians will play a crucial role in implementing Canada’s new interim policy for providing medical marijuana, but many questions remain about how they will do it.

Under the interim policy, announced July 9, the 582 Canadian patients who have met requirements of the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) will be allowed to buy 30 marijuana seeds for $20, and then grow them for medical purposes. They will also be able to buy dried marijuana for $5 per gram, or about $140 an ounce. (Black-market marijuana costs $300 to $750 an ounce, according to the RCMP.) Health Canada currently has 370 kg of marijuana with a THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content of 10% ready for distribution. Physician approval is required before patients can receive it.

The seeds and marijuana will be provided by Prairie Plant Systems Inc. in Flin Flon, Man., which is under contract with Health Canada to produce marijuana for clinical trials. The marijuana will be sent to participating physicians for distribution purposes; only doctors who have signed a patient’s MMAR form will be asked to do this. Cindy Cripps-Prawak, director of the Office of Cannabis Medical Access, said MDs “are acting as an intermediary for Health Canada” in the distribution.

She said the amount provided “will be based on the dosage recommended by the physician,” and this could be as much as 4.2 g per day (about 6 cigarettes). There are no clinical guidelines. Setting the exact dosage is a “challenge Health Canada and doctors share,” Cripps-Prawak added. For health reasons, patients will be encouraged to use the drug as a tea or in baked goods instead of smoking it.

Ottawa was forced to put an interim policy in place after the Ontario Superior Court ruled that the federal regulations were unconstitutional because they did not provide a distribution method. The court gave the government 6 months to act. If it had not, the 582 exemptions allowing medicinal use of the drug would have become invalid.

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Although Ottawa tried to put a positive spin on the policy, CMA President Dana Hanson was less than impressed. “Our unease over use of medical marijuana has been ignored in this new policy,” he said.

However, Hanson also acknowledged that despite physicians’ displeasure over their unsought role in the medical marijuana debate, they must continue to participate in it. “The government needs to get it right, so we continue to be willing to work with them,” he said. — Barbara Sibbald, CMAJ

Canada’s ‘Prince of Pot’ arrested in Toronto

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s so-called “Prince of Pot” and his wife were charged Thursday with multiple drug-related charges after being arrested in Toronto.

Lawyer Jack Lloyd said Marc Emery and his wife, Jodie Emery, were taken into custody at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport on Wednesday evening.

Marc Emery faces 15 counts, including conspiracy to commit an indictable offense, trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, and possession of proceeds of crime, while Jodie Emery is charged with five similar counts.

Jodie Emery mouthed the words “I love you” to her husband during the couple’s brief Thursday court appearance and flashed a peace sign to supporters in the room before being admonished by the justice of the peace.

Emery was sentenced to five years in prison on drug distribution charges by a U.S. federal judge in Seattle, Washington in September 2010 after pleading guilty to selling marijuana seeds to U.S. customers.

The couple owns the Cannabis Culture brand, which has a chain of 19 marijuana dispensaries operating openly in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec.

Police raided Cannabis Culture stores in several cities Thursday.

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The federal government is moving to legalize marijuana, but people are already setting up retail outlets selling pot for recreational use. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has emphasized current laws should be respected.

Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash said Thursday that five people were arrested and 11 search warrants were executed in Ontario and Vancouver on Thursday as part of Project Gator. Pugash said details of the charges were being finalized.

He says seven Cannabis Culture locations, five in Toronto, one in Hamilton and another in Vancouver, were searched along with two homes in Toronto, one in Stoney Creek, Ontario, and one in Vancouver.

No employees of the dispensaries were arrested, Pugash said.

“Our history of enforcing the law against illegal cannabis dispensaries is well established,” he said. “This is the latest effort in our law enforcement, and I’m certain there will be further action.”

Nadia Conte, 36, was at one of the Toronto dispensaries raided Thursday and said she doesn’t understand why police are spending resources on the raids.

“In my opinion, these places help keep weed regulated,” she said. “People used to go to dealers but now dealers go there to buy their weed. And, all you have to do is show ID for some places, and boom, you get weed. I think it’s a safer option for most people.”

Police forces across the country have been raiding pot shops in recent months and charging owners with trafficking-related offenses.

Emery was previously arrested at one of his new Montreal dispensaries in December and charged with drug trafficking.

A Vancouver-based lawyer for the Emerys said in a statement that “several cannabis activists” have been arrested in addition to his clients.

“Coordinated countrywide raids attempting, futilely, to enforce an outdated and harmful law degrades public confidence in the administration of justice, wastes valuable taxpayer funds, wastes scarce police, prosecutorial and judicial resources and benefits precisely no one,” Kirk Tousaw said.