Here at Cannaceutics, we’re always looking for ways to save our patients money. Our loyalty card gives patients a way to earn a free edible item or a free pre-rolled joint.
When you visit Cannaceutics and make a purchase, your card will be punched (limit one punch per day). On your 5th visit, you will have earned a free edible item (up to $13.00 value) or a free pre-rolled joint ($9.00 value). The only edible excluded from this offer is our Extra Strength Bar. Joints contain one gram of either sativa blend or indica blend flower.
If you misplace your card, just ask us for another; if you find the original later, bring it in and we’ll combine the two so you don’t miss out on what you’ve earned.
Check out Cannaceutics Discounts to learn more ways you can save on your medicine.
The quickly changing landscape of the cannabis industry in America has patients understandably concerned. It seems like every day new reports come out of Washington, D.C. with another dire comment on “The Devil’s Lettuce” from current Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Patients are frustrated about the lack of clear answers in the issues of state’s rights to regulate the sale of legal medical or recreational cannabis versus those of the federal government, which of course considers cannabis in any form illegal.
You may be familiar with the name Jack Herer simply due to the cannabis strain that was named after him. But how much do you know about Jack Herer, the hemp and cannabis activist, sometimes known as the Emperor of Hemp? Well, Cannababies, gather ’round for a story session. Jack Herer’s widow, Jeannie Herer, maintains the website Jackherer.com and has made Herer’s book, “The Emperor Has No Clothes”, available to read online for free!
Every year after the July 4th holiday, we hear news stories of injuries and fatalities due to drunk driving and other traffic accidents. A study conducted by Columbia University, released in late 2016, showed the number of people killed in traffic accidents to have steeply decreased after legalization of medical cannabis.
Continuing our blog post from last week about how the State of New Mexico regulates usage of medical cannabis, we’re now going to get more complicated. Edibles and concentrates are regulated in terms of their strength by the state, so the number of edibles our friend Jeff can buy changes based on how many units Jeff has available to him, and changes based on how many units the edible contains, AND can change based on how the edibles are made. Most edibles count for less than a gram, which is a serious advantage to patients – if Jeff has less than one gram available to him, he can still buy an edible or Cannabutter to make his own edibles, based on how many units are actually available. If Jeff’s balance stands at .72 grams, he can’t buy a gram of flower, but he can still buy: