Welcome, as an eCS Pharmacy, here you can access the things you need and the latest information so you can effectively support patients on their journey to rebalance their endocannabinoid system.
Various internal and external factors may be contributing to a depletion of cannabinoids within your body. We are learning how some symptoms like widespread pain, anxiety, and insomnia arise when our bodies don’t produce enough endocannabinoids for our endocannabinoid system to run optimally.
eCS Pharmacies are provided with access to the latest research and understanding of the endocannabinoid system and cannabinoid medications.
The Handbook is required reading for everyone working within the eCS Clinic network, it provides an extensive guide to cannabinoids.
The endocannabinoid system modulates just about every physiological function in your body. Chronic endocannabinoid deficiency syndrome (CEDS) can present as a plethora of indications.
We provide you the tools to identify CEDS, determine if a patient is appropriate and answering any questions they may have.
Every patient is contacted regularly over the first few months to provide helpful advice, help fine-tune your medication as needed, and communicate important information to your doctor.
This allows us to ensure patients get the most out of their treatment and communicate important information to you, their doctor.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to print the form for the patient to complete and then complete the online form.
The Medical Assistant (MA) triage consult is key to the patient journey. It allows the pharmacy to spend time with the patient to understand their concerns, and help them feel comfortable going forward to the practitioner.
This conversation positions the pharmacist as a cannabinoid specialist for the patient.
If you don’t have time to complete the consultation at this time, you can use print the booking form below to help find a time for the patient to return for this consultation.
In the eCS Practitioner consultation, the information collected at the pharmacy will be reviewed and the appropriate treatment would be determined.
If medications are prescribed in this consultation, once ready to collect, the medications are mailed to your pharmacy for pickup.