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Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia: Devices for Medical Use

Drug Paraphernalia: Pipes, Bongs, Vaporizers and Head Shops

Under Health Canada licencing, the use of marijuana for medical purposes is legal in Canada. Patients who use cannabis medically under Health Canada MMAR policy consume and ingest marijuana in various methods. These methods include smoking, vaporizing, cooking, eating, making tinctures, sprays and extracts.

Most patients who use marijuana medically purchase devices such as bongs, pipes, vaporizers, water pipes, hookahs and rolling papers so that they can consume their medicine. Some of these devices have being categorized by the government as medical devices, and are currently classed as tax exempt and covered for reimbursement by provincial health insurance plans.

The retail outlets that routinely sell these devices and products are often referred to as "head shops", and some of these stores experience scrutiny from authorities and law enforcement.

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