Canna Clinic Overview:
Canna Clinic dispensary chain originally started in BC in 2012 and expanded to Toronto early in 2016. Canna Clinic now has 6 locations in Toronto and multiple in BC. Canna Clinic has their own naturopaths, reachable through iPad for new members to register. The Kensington location is smaller than their other locations, but still has multiple cash registers to help patients. Canna Clinic Toronto marijuana is slightly more expensive than expected, with tax is not included in the “sticker price”.
Canna Clinic Kensington Market Location:
44 Kensington Ave. (Dundas St. W. & Spadina Ave.)
Canna Clinic has 6 different dispensaries within Toronto. With this variety there is no doubt that there will be a location close by to service you. The Kensington Canna Clinic is in the heart of Kensington Market and makes for a great day of excursions. Canna Clinic is located a short walk north of Dundas St. W. and can be reached via TTC streetcars.
Canna Clinic Membership Access:
New members of Canna Clinic dispensary are required to have an iPad consultation with a Naturopath. This appointment is free and can take place at any one of Canna Clinic’s locations. The meeting with the Naturopath will usually take less than 10 minutes and only needs to be completed once.
Canna Clinic Pricing & Selection:
Canna Clinic is the only dispensary I have been to, so far, that charges tax on top of the “sticker price”. This can be frustrating when considering the amount of money you will be spending. All strains are priced $10/g plus tax, making them $11.30/gram with tax included. This pricing is middle of the pack for cannabis pricing in Toronto. I do enjoy having all strains set at an equal price, this takes out price as a considering factor when deciding on medication.
Canna Clinic was the first dispensary I signed up with and the quality of cannabis was quite impressive. The display at Canna Clinic is similar to David’s Tea. They have large containers of pre-weighted cannabis for you to purchase, as well as, smaller container to smell and visually inspect before purchasing.
Canna Clinic offers budder and shatter ranging from $50-$90/gram. They used to offer infused edibles, but no longer do, following May 2016 police raids. (PS Canna Clinic was not involved in May raids, but was in the June raids and has since re-opened) Canna Clinic still offers topicals and THC/CBD Capsules.
Unique to Canna Clinic:
Canna Clinic dispensary has a different feel to it than many other Toronto “weed stores”. It is set up to be efficient and not have patients waiting in long lines. Having easy access to a naturopath, without appointments, makes it easy for individuals to signup as they drop by. This is efficient, and isn’t sketchy like some other dispensaries.
Canna Clinic Staff:
They are very friendly and polite to all of their customers. I have some concern with the knowledge of some of individuals working at Canna Clinic. It is not uncommon for strains to be misplaced on their menu, for example finding Jack Herer (sativa) listed as an indica. Many hybrid cannabis strains are listed as an indica on their menu, but don’t provided the sleep aid that full indicas are used for.