Cannabis, commonly known as Marijuana, is a drug used for medical and recreational purposes. Medically, marijuana is used for the treatment of epileptic seizures, PTSD, anxiety and chronic pain. And though the legalization of cannabis for medical as well as recreational purposes is a reform that might come into effect by July 2018, the growth, management and control of this drug remain an issue of concern for the manufacturers as well as the government.
According to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, Marijuana continues to be classified as a Schedule II drug. Hence, the possession, usage and sale of cannabis in Canada through sources other than the ones certified by the government are considered illegal. Adapting safe and precise traceability practices can go a long way in managing the sale of this drug and ensuring the safety of its users.
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