With each other.
For each other.
The BasePlant is a community dedicated to learning about plant-based medicines. We invite you to become a member, take a course and share your story.
We’re bridging the gap, for professionals and the public, with a diverse program of courses and learning opportunities and by nurturing a supportive community around medicinal plant-based alternatives.
The BasePlant wants to elevate the national conversation and research surrounding plant-based medicines and support your journey to becoming a knowledgeable plant-based medicine advocate.
In collaboration with experts we aim to deliver in person and online training and certification to help industries serve their customers safely.
A perfect example is our first course – Introduction to Culinary Cannabis. It quenches the void between the demand for cannabis cuisine and the lack of training for chefs and cooks to work with the plant in a repeatable, predictable way.
The half-day curriculum covers safe cooking with cannabis and how to work with its unique flavours and effects to provide guests with an extraordinary culinary experience. It’s ideal for seasoned and budding cannabis cooks alike.
Self-directed care doesn’t mean you have to do it alone. The BasePlant brings together experts and users to share knowledge about the health benefits of plant-based medicine.
Through educational videos, success stories and how-tos, we’re curating a Canadian Medicinal Plant-Based Education Platform. For those just starting their journey, it’s a supportive place to begin and grow. For experienced users, it’s a safe place to share, mentor and dive deeper.
Learn from experts and medical professionals. Hear from patients about their journey. And discover and hone your abilities with How To Lessons.
At its heart, The BasePlant is a community. It’s not about us. This platform is a reflection of what you need and what you bring. From personal experience, we know there’s a lot of noise when it comes to plant-based medicine.
Getting started can be confusing and lonely. We want to help each other tune into information you can trust, find people to help you on your healing journey, and meet and connect with others.
Sarah from British Columbia understands what it means to hurt. She has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and has suffered from severe chronic pain her entire life. The incurable disease affects the connective tissue in every part of the body. Symptoms range anywhere from stretchy skin and hypermobility to debilitating musculoskeletal pain and arterial and intestinal fragility.…
Doctors have never been busier. The ratio of doctors to patients in Canada remains below rich country averages. The hours they work are declining and, as paperwork demands continue to increase, the amount of time they spend with patients is also falling. it’s harder than ever to get a doctor’s attention and, for those seeking alternative treatment, like medical cannabis, it can seem impossible.
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Natural food stores want to make it easier for Canadians to get medicine Is CBD a drug or a natural health product? That’s the debate pitting health food stores against Health Canada. “As a naturally occurring substance, CBD should be regulated as a natural health product,” says Helen Long, president of Canadian Health Food Association. Before…