Welcome to Cannaceutics, Inc.

Cannaceutics Inc.

Welcome to Cannaceutics, Inc. We are your #1 source for information and organically grown medicine in the state of New Mexico. We are here to provide licensed medical cannabis patients with the necessary information and medicine needed to alleviate symptoms caused by debilitating conditions. We offer a wide variety of cannabis products, all of which have been produced with the highest quality ingredients available. We do not use toxic chemicals, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or synthetic growth hormones. All of our products have been grown and handled according to strict procedures. We strive to offer the highest quality medication and service available.

Before you can purchase medicine through Cannaceutics, Inc., you will need to apply for membership. Our membership process requires a clear photocopy of your DOH card and a legal picture I.D. (NM Drivers License, US Passport, etc.). Once we receive your membership application, you are able to purchase medicine through Cannaceutics, Inc.

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New Mexico Governor Candidate Vows To Protect Medical Marijuana

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Gary King is running for Governor of New Mexico. Below is a press release he unveiled involving his views on medical marijuana:

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Court ruling offers no relief for medical cannabis shortage that irks advocates

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Medical cannabis patients who’ve grown accustomed to chronic shortages of legally grown marijuana may have to wait awhile longer before harvest yields increase in New Mexico.

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Judge: No mandate for state to ensure supply for medical pot patients

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A state district judge in Santa Fe said Friday there is nothing in the law that created New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program that requires the head of the Health Department to ensure an adequate supply of legally grown marijuana for patients enrolled in the program.

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5 States (And One City) Ready to Legalize Marijuana

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It’s an interesting time to stand on the sidelines and watch marijuana legalization efforts take over the country. Colorado and Washington both jumped the gun and passed initiatives to decriminalize and legalize cannabis by popular vote in 2012, and since then have both opened the first legal marijuana markets in the U.S. Legal retail sales began this year, and so far things have settled into place, and the novelty has started to wear off to some degree.

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34,000 New Mexicans Who Suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease Denied Access to Medical Cannabis

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SANTA FE—Yesterday the Secretary of Health denied a petition to add Alzheimer’s disease to the list of medical conditions eligible for the medical cannabis program, even though the New Mexico Medical Cannabis Advisory Board voted unanimously to recommend making neurodegenerative dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, qualifying conditions.

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