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Legalities


All of these products are 100% Canadian from Stephen Health Agency Inc.


Stephen Health Agency became an incorporated company on September 8th, 2006. They are Canadian owned and operated, and are based in Nova Scotia. Stephen Health Agency Inc. had a profound belief in the power of hemp long before the Industrial Hemp Regulations were passed in Canada, March 2nd 1998. At last, a truly natural remedy was available to assist our communities.


Until the 1920s, marijuana/cannabis was freely available. High THC cannabis is still illegal unless sanctioned by the Canadian Government for medicinal use only. Stephen Health Agency Inc.’s Med Marijuana division is legally allowed to process and distribute low THC content to the general public.


In 1998, an order in council was passed in Canada permitting Cannabis Hemp to be grown legally as long as the THC (psycho active component) was less than 10 ppm (parts per million). This amount of THC (delta 9 cannabinoid) will not give any euphoric effect.


Over a period of time, Stephen Health Agency Inc. selected a federally licensed grower whose crop is randomly checked throughout the growing cycle to ensure it’s within the law. Med Marijuana uses federally certified Cannabis Hemp seeds, designed to provide the highest nutritional value.


Stephen Health Agency Inc. grows a fresh crop every year, and at each harvest it’s again inspected to ensure THC content does not bypass government regulations.


Health Canada at that juncture issues a certificate allowing Stephen Health Agency Inc.’s grower to release the harvest to them. Their product then goes through several micro-biological testings at many different phases until the completion of their finished product.


Med Marijuana does not offer high THC Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil.


For those individuals seeking high THC medical grade cannabis, they should discuss this with their health care practitioner regarding an application to health Canada for an exemption.


For more information from Health Canada, please refer to their website:


http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/marihuana/index-eng.php