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Frequently Asked Questions

A proof of condition (POC) is a document stating what condition(s), symptom(s), or diagnosis that you are experiencing or suffering from.

A proof of condition (POC) that is valid is any documentation that states your medical issues like a diagnosis you have been given, or a condition you are experiencing, or symptoms you suffer from and a signature from at least one of the following practitioners, a MD, a Registered Nurse, a Naturopath, or a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor.

There are many medical conditions and needs that could benefit from cannabis.  Some of these include, but are not limited to cancers, diseases, PTSD, epilepsy, anxiety, insomnia, arthritis, Crones, pain, nausea, Parkinson disease, MS, and so many more.  If you are unsure submit your documentation for review and or contact us and we can advise you from there.

There is reasons why your doctor may not agree with you choosing to medicate yourself with cannabis, but you have the right as a Canadian to medicate yourself how you choose to, but there are a few ailments that cannabis can interact negatively with, so it is important to know the side effects that cannabis can cause with certain conditions.

There are many products that BeardBros carries form topicals like salves/lotions/creams, bath and foot soaks to flowers (dried cannabis buds), tinctures (liquid drops), capsules, oils (Phoenix tears), edibles, concentrates (shatter/wax/budder/live resin), solventless extracts (Rosin/distillate), and a large selection of CBD products too!  If there is a product you are looking for and you don’t see it on the menu simply ask the friendly helpful staff and we can let you know if we don’t carry it where you may be able to find it.   ​

The staff are available during business hours to answer any questions you may have and we are available on-going for you each step of the way to help you through supporting you as your needs may change and understanding what to expect is necessary to your comfort and well being in the medicating process.  As each patients needs are unique to their own not every person will experience the same side effects and may have to adjust the dosing accordingly and with that being said a trial by refinement aspect works best.  We highly recommend when trying anything for the first time to start low and go slow.  A good rule in the medical cannabis administration process is to start off by taking a very small amount as in a micro dose and wait for about two hours to feel the effects and if needed add more accordingly.