Growing weed in Canada has never been easier; recreational cannabis laws now state that within every household there can be 4 homegrown cannabis plants. If you want to truly reap the benefits of growing your own weed, the best way to do that is by getting your ACMPR Health Canada license.
This license is for medical growers, but anyone in Canada can apply for it (all it requires is a doctor’s prescription and some paperwork). When applying for your medical grow license, there are a few things you should know about the ACMPR and the overall application process. Reading about these 4 ACMPR secrets for cannabis growing in Canada will help you along the way.

You can grow a s*** ton of plants

The amount of plants you are allowed to grow with a medical license depends on 2 things. First, you need to get a doctor’s prescription and the amount of grams per day you are prescribed can be translated directly into the number of plants you can grow.

The next factor is whether your plan on growing indoors, outdoors or a combination of the two. If you find a doctor that prescribes you 95 grams per day, this allows A TON of indoor plants… 463 to be exact. For outdoor growers, you won’t be able to grow as much since outdoor plants tend to be bigger and produce huge sticky buds. With a 95 gram/day RX you can grow 181 outdoor plants.
You can hire an agency to help you out
An agency like Cannabis Growing Canada can alleviate the entire application process for you. You won’t have to do a thing other than attending a Skype appointment with a doctor to verify that you can smoke weed for medical reasons. Hiring an agency to help out will make things run a whole lot more smoothly than applying for a medical grow license on your own.

Renewing your license should be done EARLY

If you’re hoping to renew your ACMPR license, be sure to reapply to Health Canada at least 2 months before your current license expires (preferably 3). It can take a while for an HC rep to review your renewal application, so the earlier you send it in the better. This will prevent there from being a lapse in your grow license so that you can keep growing without a hitch.
There is NO storage limit whatsoever
Recent changes in ACMPR laws have eliminated any cannabis storage limits that used to be in place. In the past, there were restrictions on how much you could grow AND how much weed you can store depends on your prescription size.

There is still a limit on how much you can grow - what we touched on earlier - but the good news is you can store as much weed as you want within your home. This is only true for medical growers; storage laws for recreational weed vary from province to province.

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