Canna Farms was the first Licensed Producer in British Columbia to receive their ACMPR license, back in January 2014. They are considered to be one of the smaller licensed producers, and call themselves a “craft grow” oriented provider. They are 100% Canadian, and the business is family-owned and operated; with all supplies and raw materials being sourced from local businesses.
Canna Farms embraces the cannabis culture and cultivation history that British Columbia is known for. They use traditional cultivar names, so patients can easily transition to the medical system with products they recognize. Canna Farms’ goal is to produce exceptional cannabis products at an affordable price. They take pride in offering a large selection of award-winning strains with various THC and CBD percentages at very competitive pricing. In addition, they also offer THC and CBD oils to clients who prefer ingestion over inhaling, using grape seed oil as a carrier base. The team at Canna Farms also offers a transparent production schedule, allowing patients to budget their monthly allowance to coordinate with the release of their favorite strains.
Canna Farms has decades of combined experience in cannabis cultivation, scientific research, facility design and customer service. They grow their batches organically, using glacial-fed ground water, without any pesticides or foliar sprays, inspired by the mountainous scenery that surrounds the facility. They have a comprehensive Quality Assurance and Control program to ensure all products are tested by independent, third-party laboratories for cannabinoid potency, and a variety of microbial and chemical contaminants including bacteria, mold and heavy metals.
Location: Hope, BC
Number of Products:
- Total of 21 products
- Check producer website for current availability
- 16 Dry Flowers
- 3 Oils
- 1 Kief
- 1 Shake
- Orders under $100: $17.50 shipping fee
- Orders between $101 – $200: $5.00 shipping fee
- Orders above $201: Free!
- No discounts are available, products are priced low to help all patients afford their medication.