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Health & Safety


Carefully read ALL the information contained in this safety information document before taking this product as recommended. Keep this information for your future reference.

  • This product is for use only by the person named on the label of the dispensed product.

  • Keep out of reach of children.

  • Patients may not distribute cannabis products to anyone else.


• This product may cause impairment and may be habit-forming.

• Smoking medical cannabis is not permitted in the State of West Virginia.

• There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product.

• This product should not be used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

• Cannabis can impair concentration, coordination and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of cannabis.

• Use caution when caring for children, making important decisions, or other complex activities.

Additionally, cannabis should be used with caution in patients:

  • With pulmonary (lung) diseases (use of vaporized products).

  • Taking other psychoactive or sedative medications.

  • With severe liver or kidney disease.

  • With a history of drug abuse or dependence, including alcohol abuse.


The use of cannabis may be contraindicated for patients:

With psychotic illness or a family history of schizophrenia.

With active unstable heart disease.

With an allergy to cannabis or any components.

During pregnancy or while breastfeeding.


Alcoholic beverages should be avoided when using cannabis, especially at the beginning of treatment or when changing the dose.

Using cannabis and alcohol together may increase their effects (such as loss of balance or ability to respond quickly) and could increase the risk of falls and other accidents.


Like all medicines this product can cause side effects; although, not everybody experiences them.

If you have experience any of the following adverse side effects (or any other side effects not listed in this safety information document), please stop taking the medicine, and contact your certifying physician/practitioner:

  • Difficulty speaking.

  • Blurred vision.

  • Problems with your memory or having trouble concentrating.

  • Feeling over excited to losing touch with reality.

  • Feeling depressed or confused.

  • Seeing or hearing things that are not there (hallucinations).

  • Believing ideas that are not true.

  • Feeling that other people are against you.

  • Thoughts of suicide.

  • Changes in pulse rate, heart rate, or blood pressure.

    Please use a lower dose or stop using cannabis until you feel normal again. When you start using the medicine again, go back to the quantity where you did not feel unwanted side effects.


  • Are pregnant, breastfeeding, or become pregnant.

  • Have a serious heart problem, such as angina, a previous heart attack, poorly controlled blood pressure, or a problem with your heart rate or heartbeat.

  • Are elderly, especially if you have problems doing everyday activities such as making hot food and drinks.

  • Have previously recovered from drug addiction.

  • Have been diagnosed, or suffer from, anxiety.

  • Have a psychological or mental disorder.


The potential therapeutic and adverse effects associated with cannabis use may vary depending on the amount of cannabis used, the concentration
of cannabinoids in the cannabis product, the frequency of cannabis use, the patient’s age and medical condition, previous experience with cannabis or cannabinoids, and the use of other prescription or non-prescription drugs.

Cannabis may affect the way some other medicines work. Likewise, some medicines can affect the way cannabis works. Always discuss cannabis use with your healthcare provider(s).


Cannabis may interact with other prescribed and over-the-counter medications. Make sure to tell your certifying physician/practitioner, other healthcare professionals involved in your care, and The Landing Patient Care Representative and/or pharmacist which prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, or herbal products you are currently taking, particularly:

  • Medicines that reduce anxiety (sedatives) or make you sleep better (hypnotics). These medicines may increase the side effects of cannabis and may increase the risks of falling and other accidents.

  • Medicines are referred to as muscle relaxants, such as baclofen or diazepam. Taking cannabis with these medicines may increase the risk of falling and other accidents.

  • Medicines that influence the central nervous system, such as benzodiazepines and barbiturates, as they may produce a dangerous interaction.

  • Any drugs which slow down the central nervous or cause drowsiness. These may include sleeping pills, tranquilizers, some pain medications, some allergy or cold medications, or anti-seizure medications.

  • Other drugs may include antiretroviral drugs used in the treatment of HIV/ AIDS, certain anti-depressants, stomach acid inhibitors, certain antibiotic and antifungal medications, certain heart medications, and Saint John’s Wort.


  • Feeling dizzy or tired.

  • Feeling sleepy or giddy.

  • Eating more or less than usual.

  • Changed sense of taste or a dry mouth. • Lack of energy or feeling weak or unwell. • Feeling abnormal or intoxicated.

  • Loss of balance or falling over.

  • Altered motivation, attention.

  • "Red Eye” (vasodilation).

  • This product or the information contained in this safety insert has not been analyzed by the FDA. There is limited information on the side effects of using this product and there may be associated risks.*

Patient Rights

West Virginia patients and caregivers can only purchase cannabis medicine from a West Virginia dispensary with a certificate to operate license from the West Virginia Office of Medical Cannabis.

At this time you cannot grow your own medical cannabis at home, nor are you permitted to make your own extracts.

Medical cannabis is not recommended if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.


Medical cannabis products—including packaging—may not be opened anywhere on dispensary premises.

  • It is illegal to consume cannabis in public. This includes being in a vehicle, and especially while driving.

  • It is federally illegal to bring cannabis and cannabis products across state lines, even if both states allow medical cannabis.


Note: West Virginia does not currently have a reciprocity agreement regarding medical cannabis.

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