Frequently asked questions

Shipping, Order Tracking & Delivery

Who will deliver my order?

One of our delivery/courier partners will send a professional courier company executive to deliver the product.

How is the product packaged and sent to me?

Your order will arrive in an opaque/brown paper bag or box with your name written on it.

I have a question about my order. What should I do?

Email - mehtaayurvedicsansthan@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you right away!

How can I check the status of my order?

We will send you an email confirming the order after you have made the payment, once we have dispatched the order we will send you an email with the tracking details of the consignment.

How is the product packaged and sent to me?

Your order will be packed in an opaque/brown paper bag or a box with your name written on it.

I have a question about my order. What should I do?

You can write an email to mehtaayurvedicsansthan@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you right away.

How do I check the status of my order?

Once we dispatch the order, we send you a confirmation email on your registered email address. It will contain the necessary details of the consignment that you can use to keep a track on the delivery.

How does shipping work and what services are offered?

Please review the Shipping & Returns on the Terms and Conditions page.

Other Questions

Will ingesting medical cannabis affect someone differently than smoking it?

Yes. Effects from edibles can: Take from 30 minutes to 2 hours to take effect.

How should medical cannabis edibles be stored?

Edible Medical Cannabis should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from the sunlight. Please ensure that they are out of the reach of children.

What is the right dosage?

Our inhouse doctors recommend a maximum of one sachet (Sanan Hemp Churan) of 8 grams once a day before any meal. You can alter the dosage after consulting with your physician.

What is the best product for my particular condition?

We do not prescribe products for specific conditions. If you are dealing with a severe health condition, please consult your physician before you make a choice.

I have food allergies and dietary restrictions. Can I still use your products?

For every product, we have mentioned the ingredients. You can look at the list to check if you are allergic to any element.

After consumption, in how much time do you start seeing the effects?

Depending on the condition and body type, the edibles start showing effects in around 30 minutes to 2 hours.

Cannabis Education

What is Medical Cannabis?

What is Cannabis? Cannabis is a group of three plants - Sativa, Indica, and Ruderalis. It is made up of more than 120 unique substances, known as cannabinoids. Two of the most popular cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). Tetrahydrocannabinol (TLC) Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary psychoactive compound secreted by the glands of the marijuana plant. It is found in high doses around the reproductive organs as well as in the resin glands present in the flowers of the female cannabis plants. Cannabidiol (CBD) Cannabidiol is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients of Cannabis. It is found primarily in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant and is one of the many potent cannabinoids found in hemp. You might be wondering how Cannabinoids help you and your body? And now is the perfect time to introduce you to the Endocannabinoid System.

What is the Endocannabinoid system (ECS)?

The Endocannabinoid System The endocannabinoid system, or ECS, is a signaling network inside the human body that helps maintain the balance between different biological functions, a process called homeostasis. ECS plays a significant role in keeping our internal processes stable. It is closely related to our bodies' operations, such as temperature control and ph balance. ECS is involved in various aspects of our body, such as motor coordination, neuroprotection, appetite, and pain control.

What are the key components of the ECS?

Key components of the Endocannabinoid System -Endocannabinoids (eCBs) -Cannabinoid receptors (CB receptors) -Enzymes Endocannabinoids are called endogenous cannabinoids. Similar in composition to cannabinoids, they are secreted naturally by our bodies. The first one to be discovered was in 1992 and was named Anandamide (AEA). Subsequently, another cannabinoid within the body was found and was named 2-Arachidonoylglyerol (2-AG). Our bodies naturally produce Endocannabinoids; however, poor lifestyles, lousy diet, lack of exercise, and other factors disrupt the production of eCBs, which leads to biological imbalance and conditions such as chronic inflammation, reduced immune response, depression, and anxiety. CB receptors are present throughout our body, guarding a wide variety of cell types and responses. Different cell types have different receptors, which are sensitive to varying kinds of eCBs. The two primary receptors of the endocannabinoid system are a) CB1 and b) CB2. CB1 receptors are essential for a healthy functioning brain and are among the most common receptors in the nervous system. They are mostly present in the central nervous system and play pivotal roles in pregnancy, hormone production, cardiovascular health, and digestion. CB2 receptors found in the peripheral nervous system. They help in moderating inflammation and the response of our immune system to pathogens. Endocannabinoids can bind to either receptor. The effects that result depend on where the receptor is located within the body, and which endocannabinoid is attached. The responsibility of Enzymes is to break down endocannabinoids once they've carried out their function. Two main enzymes act as a catalyst in the ECS. • fatty acid amide hydrolase - acts on AEA • monoacylglycerol acid lipase - acts on 2-AG

What is the relationship between Cannabis and the ECS?

Cannabis and Endocannabinoid System THC and CBD can connect molecularly with the receptors present in the body. Cannabinoids fit into the receptors of the Endocannabinoid System, helping the body complete its efforts to keep us in good health by supporting many of the body's physical processes. When THC enters our body, it interacts with our ECS by binding to receptors. Similar to the existing endocannabinoids in the body, it can bind to both CB1 and CB2 receptors. While THC is known to give the users that 'high' feeling, it is widely acknowledged to help reduce pain and stimulate your appetite. The phytocannabinoid CBD doesn't directly attach itself to any of the receptors in the body. Instead, it modifies the receptors' ability to bind to cannabinoids. CBD also plays a crucial role in the ECS by influencing other types of receptors and enhancing the body's natural levels of endocannabinoids by occupying certain enzymes.
What can be expected? It is fair to say that there is a wide range of endocannabinoids, enzymes, and receptors within the body that are waiting to be discovered and researched. They each control various functions. Other compounds within the body can interfere with the binding process to add to this complex structure. If we dig deeper inside the hundreds of cannabinoids found in Cannabis plants, we will be accurately able to target cannabinoid receptors in localized areas of the body or brain without affecting the entire endocannabinoid system. As experts develop a better understanding of the ECS, it could eventually hold the key to treating several life-threatening conditions.