Following the trend and getting into the holiday spirit, a medical marijuana dispensary in Vancouver decided to go mainstream by offering free premium cannabis. This odd, but quite interesting, offer has been getting a fair bit of attention in public.
Located on South Granville Street in Vancouver, Erbachay Health Centers have been leaving business cards advertising "free premium cannabis" on the windshields of cars parked in the lot of Landsdowne Centre mall.
However, this dream-come-true offer for marijuana users comes with quite a few catches. The owner of the store, Darcy Delanie, informs that you need to be at least 19 years of age or have a medical prescription in order to avail the offer. Second, customers have to buy atleast $30 worth of products from the pharmacy to get a free gram of any one of the cannabis products they have in the store.
According to the Richmond RCMP, no complaints have yet been filed regarding the cards.
"We surmise that the business cards are being used to channel new medicinal cannabis clientele towards this dispensary. We hope that the dispensary has been properly licensed by Health Canada and that its clientele are legitimate medical patients with the appropriate paperwork," said a statement issued by Acting Cpl. Dennis Hwang.
Legal marijuana sales in Vancouver began in July earlier this year.