july featured deal
July Featured Deals
We’re excited to get to know you, and we want you to get to know us. Every month, we have a featured deal, which basically offers a variety of AAA/AAAA bud at bargain prices. Pick up a package to get a better idea of the quality of our bud and our grading system.
The cool thing about our monthly featured deal is that a portion of the proceeds go to charity. Being able to give back to the community is very important to us here at CannabudPost.
This month, we are donating $10 from every featured sale deal to the Canadian Cancer Society. If your purchase a July Featured Deal, you will receive a ‘Thank You Letter’ from the charity of choice with your purchase.
AAAA Oz dealTry out some of our favourite strains. We've rated these strains as AAAA.
14 grams of UK Cheese
14 grams of Rockstar
AAA Variety Oz dealCan't decide? We've picked out some popular items for you.
7 grams of Alien OG
7 grams of Nukes
7 grams of Orange Kush (AA popcorn nugs)
7 grams of Blue Dream or God's Green Crack (staff pick)
We understand your skepticism. With each purchase, we make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of the customer. You will receive an email from the Canadian Cancer Society thanking you for your donation. This email should also specify the amount donated.
If you do not feel comfortable receiving a thank you email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us an email specifying that you do not want an e-card sent to your email. We will make the donation anonymously.
There are many wonderful charities out there. We decided to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society because we believe that cancer patients should have easy access to their medication. This disease affects more Canadians than you’d think. In 2017, over 200,000 Canadians were diagnosed with cancer.
Many studies have shown that cannabinoids can inhibit cancer cell proliferation, survival and growth. Research in this area shows a lot of promise.
At the very least, cannabis can help treat pain, and those who rely on marijuana tend to need less opioids. Chemotherapy and other cancer treatments can be very painful. Marijuana can help these individuals get through tough and difficult times. While marijuana may not necessarily treat the current opioid epidemic, it can minimize the amount of prescription opioids that patients need.
We hope that this featured deal will raise awareness for cancer. If you are interested in donating to this organization as well, visit http://www.cancer.ca/en/donate/ for more information.