fbpx

#LockDown Level 3

For all official information and updates regarding COVID-19, visit the South African Department of Health’s website at www.sacoronavirus.co.za
Days
Hours
Minutes

Cannabis growing club in Cape Town gives members access to legal cannabis products

The club even offers a one-month trial membership, which is free excluding a postage and packing fee.
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
South African government trials cannabis to treat Covid-19

A Company in Cape Town is providing its members with a legal platform that allows them to acquire cannabis products legally.

The Cape Cannabis Club (C3) grows cannabis on their members’ behalf in their private space, with specific areas dedicated to each member after which they deliver the grown product to the members’ chosen delivery address.

“We give members the opportunity to have professional growers legally grow their plant’s in a controlled environment, then dry, process, and deliver their AAA flower securely to their door.”

The Cape Cannabis Club says its activities are 100% legal!

“Our club is built on the foundation, that all people should have the right to personal freedom, and the right to grow their own personal use Cannabis, as is allowed by our Constitution.”

Members of the C3 are protected under a members agreement, which ensures that all products produced, packaged, and shipped by the club, have followed all necessary legal routes.

The Club offers different membership tiers with cannabis prices ranging from R240 to R2000.

The club even offers a one-month trial membership, which is free excluding a R110 postage and packing fee.

According to the South African, the C3 has been operational throughout July, and they’ve acquired legal backing from attorneys.

 

 

 

 

 

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Receive new posts directly to your inbox daily

We don’t share or sell your data

You May Like

Popular on #TheWC