Did you know that cannabis oil has the potential to replace about 70% of all prescription medications?
It is no wonder big pharma is worried, and unlike other industries which the power of the corporation has managed to squash, this industry now has too much momentum to be controlled.

I love the industry. I love the plant, I love the energy of the entire movement. The one problem with the industry is that a lot of cannabis oil that is sold, is sold by stoners, who use selling oil as a way of supporting their life choices. Throw in a darker gangster element and you have an unregulated, uncontrolled environment where a very powerful medicine is sold without concern. Most of these people have little education on how the body responds to cannabis. When you combine that with the fact that very few people test their oils for cleanliness and potency, it is no surprise that we find people getting “stiffed”, losing their minds or having bad reactions because of the side effects of medicines.

There are however a much smaller contingent of people who are well educated, and who truly understand the true healing power of the plant. I started Clinical Cannabis Consultation as a way of bringing these like-minded individuals together so that the average person would have access to professional, and personalised service from medically trained individuals who know cannabis.

If you are about to buy an oil the following should happen first:

  • A consultation is done first to ascertain your needs and to determine the strength and type of oil.
  • The consultation should include a drug interaction check. Did you know that cannabis interacts with about a quarter of all pharmaceutical medications?
  • The person who sold you the cannabis should be available for follow up questions.

If you have ever bought or are going to buy an oil from someone, it is not enough that they are your mate, or that is someone they know. A professional will have their oils tested and will know what the oil they sell is useful for.

Every industry in the world can be better and the cannabis industry is no different. Are you ready to be the contribution to the industry by demanding a better quality of service and product?