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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US government won’t reclassify marijuana, allows research

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has decided marijuana will remain on the list of most-dangerous drugs, fully rebuffing growing support across the country for broad legalization, but said it will allow more research into its medical uses.

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Outrage at hearing on New Mexico’s medical cannabis backlog

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State lawmakers and members of the public lambasted the New Mexico Department of Health on Thursday for taking too long to issue medical cannabis cards to patients and expressed outrage that the department hadn’t even bothered to send someone to a hearing to discuss the problem.

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Public meeting planned on medical cannabis card delays

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SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – As the backlog of applications for the state’s Medical Cannabis Program continues, groups are looking for answers.

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TOP 10 HEALTH CONDITIONS BEING TREATED WITH MEDICAL CANNABIS

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The Big Picture
Right now in the United States, there are 25 states plus Washington D.C. that have legalized medical cannabis. And that number is likely to continue growing as more and more states consider making changes to their marijuana laws. Even though it hasn’t been legalized in every state yet, there’s been enough medical cannabis activity for us to start seeing what the medical marijuana landscape looks like for certain health conditions.

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New Mexico: Bureaucracy Preventing Thousands Of Patients From Accessing Medical Marijuana

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New Mexico’s Department of Health administrative shortfalls are leaving medical cannabis patients without access to medicine and unprotected from criminal liability for purchase, possession, and cultivation across New Mexico.

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