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Do I have to tell my employer I'm taking Medical Cannabis?

This is at the discretion of each individual patient on what they wish to disclose and to whom they disclose it to.

I get drug tested at work - will it be a special consideration if this is my medicine?

As every workplace’s policies and procedures vary, it’s up to the employer to decide whether special consideration will be made.

What do I do if they won't administer it to me in hospital?

Understand that they may be unable to administer the medication due to internal policies that don’t allow them to. If you’re staying in the hospital for an extended period of time and they’re unable to administer your Medical Cannabis, please contact your prescribing Doctor.

What happens if my product is stolen from me?

It’s your responsibility to ensure your product remains in your possession.

What states is Cannabis legal in Australia?

Medical Cannabis is legal Australia-wide via a prescription from a registered Medical Practitioner. Each state and territory have slightly different laws which determine the relevant access pathways, thus it’s advised to check with your state or territory health bodies.

Can I drive whilst taking Medical Cannabis?

Please discuss this during your consultation with your prescribing Doctor. The devices used in Roadside drug testing are able to detect THC (the active component in Cannabis) for several hours to days after use. The exact time will vary depending on the amount and potency of the Cannabis used, administration technique, and individual metabolism. Inactive THC residue in the body of a driver from use in previous days or weeks can also be detected.

How long do I have to wait until I can drive if I’ve had THC?

Please discuss this during your consultation with your prescribing Doctor. The devices used in Roadside drug testing are able to detect THC (the active component in Cannabis) for several hours to days after use. The exact time will vary depending on the amount and potency of the Cannabis used, administration technique, and individual metabolism. Inactive THC residue in the body of a driver from use in previous days or weeks can also be detected.

Can I import product from overseas?

No. You require a licence to import if you’d like to bring a product into Australia. You are eligible to bring in 3 months’ worth of prescription medication if you are travelling from overseas into Australia.