Thinking about applying for an ACMPR Canada grow license? Cannabis Growing Canada is here to help you with every step along the way.
As a leading force of the ACMPR licensing industry, we guarantee approval by Health Canada or your money back. Not only that, but we can guarantee approval for the number of plants you’re actually hoping for.
Thousands of Canadians around the country are happily growing hundreds of medical marijuana plants thanks to CGC, and you could be one of them.
The first step to getting your ACMPR license to grow is to enter your email below. You will receive an auto-reply as well as be directed to a portal to have your appointment booked in less than 10 minutes!
Why Choose CGC Over the Other ACMPR Canada Consulting Services
Even though Cannabis Growing Canada isn’t the only ACMPR Canada consulting service out there, our service stands apart from the rest.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of ACMPR services that just see this as a money-making scheme. They’ll offer up promises, take your money, and then fail to deliver on those promises. In fact, many of our patients come to us after another service has failed them.
You can trust Cannabis Growing Canada to get the job done. We’re passionate about medical marijuana, this isn’t just a money-making venture for us.
We truly believe that every Canadian should have easy access to medical treatment. If treatment comes from using cannabis, we can help.
Unlike the other guys, the team at CGC focuses on YOU, the patient, above everything else. We know the ins and outs of the Health Canada application from personal experience.
Just like you’re about to do, the founder of CGC has gone through the entire ACMPR licensing process and grown medical marijuana from home. This means we know about the hurdles involved in getting licensed to grow.
We’ve Partnered with Compassionate Doctors
After years of experience with the ACMPR program, we know that the most difficult part is finding a doctor. Actually, let’s rephrase that.
The most difficult part is finding a doctor that will actually prescribe you the amount of medical marijuana you’re in need of.
This is why we provide you with a doctor right from the get-go. We have spent a lot of time seeking out compassionate healthcare professionals and building strong partnerships with them.
Not only do our doctors make the appointment process easy (we’ll cover that later), they’ll prescribe you with the number of grams per day you’re hoping for.
CGC medical professionals are willing to prescribe up to 95 grams per day. After using the ACMPR calculator – follow this link to find it – you can see that a 95g prescription is equivalent to nearly 500 indoor plants.
We Provide Around-the-Clock Customer Service
Whether you’re applying for a new license or have questions about your existing one, we’re here to help out.
No matter the time of day or night, CGC is quick to respond. We work around the clock to answer questions, address concerns, or just chat about growing because we love it so much.
Every Cannabis Growing Canada Patient is Guaranteed Approval
Cannabis Growing Canada stands by this promise: guaranteed ACMPR approval or your money back.
We have had a 100% success rate with our foolproof licensing process, so it’s very, very unlikely that you won’t receive a Health Canada license.
But we stick to our promises, and if your application isn’t registered, we’ll do what it takes to change that or your money back.
A Quick Rundown of the Health Canada ACMPR Program
You’re probably already familiar with the Health Canada ACMPR program, but we’ll give you a quick rundown before you get started on the application.
Receiving an ACMPR Canada license means that you are legally allowed to produce medical marijuana for your own personal use.
The number of plants you’re allowed to grow is determined by 2 things: the size of your medical marijuana prescription and your intended grow location (indoor vs outdoor).
If you don’t want to grow, you can still be a part of the ACMPR community. Health Canada allows patients to designate someone else to grow or simply buy medical weed from ACMPR licensed producers.
4 Steps to Receiving Your ACMPR Health Canada License
When you choose Cannabis Growing Canada, the entire process for receiving your ACMPR Health Canada license can be completed in 4 steps.
We’ll walk you through each of these steps, even hold your hand along the way.
Fill Out the Contact Form
First, we need to know that you’re interested in signing up for our service. Throughout our website, you’ll see tons of opportunities to do this.
Simply fill out one of our contact forms with your email and look for an instant message in your inbox.
This message will contain all the info you need on our procedures and prices, so read it carefully.
Schedule Your Appointment
Next, you’ll use our online calendar to schedule an appointment with one of our Health Canada doctors. The appointment will take place over FaceTime or WhatsApp. Be sure to leave your correct phone number with area code during the scheduling process.
During the appointment, you’ll tell the doctor about your medical condition and let them know about your current medical cannabis habits.
The doctor will listen rather than judge as he or she writes your medical marijuana prescription. No matter if you’re hoping to treat anxiety, ADHD, or chronic pain, our doctors are willing to write prescriptions ranging from 7g to 95g.
Once the 5-10 minute appointment is over, the doc will send out your prescription in the mail that very same day or the following day. You’ll need to include this ACMPR medical document with your application.
Complete the ACMPR Canada Application
We’ll send you the ACMPR application forms in the early phases of our process. Be sure to read these forms carefully, some of the wording by Health Canada is confusing.
Double-check and then triple-check your application for errors before you send it in the mail to the Health Canada offices. You’ll include the original copy of your medical document along with the application forms.
Receive Your ACMPR Canada Grow License
The amount of time you wait for your ACMPR Canada license to arrive is up in the air. It depends on how quickly the government workers are willing to work.
Once your registration is complete, you won’t be receiving a medical marijuana card like Americans do. Instead, Health Canada will send you a piece of paper – your ACMPR registration form – stating that you’re legally allowed to grow.
What Happens If Health Canada Denies Me?
Health Canada won’t actually deny you. Their job is to register you, not decide if you should get a license or not.
However, Health Canada does have the power to send back an application for one reason or another. The most common reason for an application to be sent back is the failure to fill out the forms correctly.
If your application is sent back to you in the mail without approval, it’s usually because of a silly mistake, such as incorrect formatting on your date of birth.
These mistakes are easy to avoid, especially when you partner with us. We’ll help you to make sure that your application is free from error.
The main thing to remember is that the medical document is the golden ticket. As long as you have that and you’ve sent the original copy, there shouldn’t be any issues as an HC employee reviews your application.
If you have any questions at all about your pending application, you can always call the Health Canada ACMPR phone number. We won’t be able to give you info on the status of your application, but they can.
Wasn’t the ACMPR Repealed with the Cannabis Act?
This is a common question among our community members, and the answer is yes and no.
Technically, as soon as the Cannabis Act was passed on October 17, 2018, the ACMPR was no longer in effect. Although the laws surrounding growing didn’t change much, the name of the program officially changed to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Under the Cannabis Act.
The name ACMPR still holds value, though. Even government officials still refer to it as the
ACMPR, just like all medical growers throughout Canada.
Even with the new recreational laws, it’s safe to say that the ACMPR Canada program isn’t going anywhere.