Tilray Launches ‘Take Back Control’ Platform to Provide Women With Free Medical Cannabis Resources
LEAMINGTON, Ontario – Tilray Brands, Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY; TSX: TLRY), a global cannabis company inspiring and empowering the worldwide community to live their very best life, today announced that its medical cannabis division, Tilray Medical, has launched Take Back Control, a new platform developed to connect women with free resources on medical cannabis and to help destigmatize the use of medical cannabis in women’s healthcare practices. The Take Back Control platform connects people with free consultations with healthcare practitioners focused on women’s health providing expert advice on medical cannabis.
Take Back Control is designed to help women make informed decisions about medical cannabis and assists them along their path to discovering how medical cannabis can play a part in their daily healthcare practices. Available now in Canada, Take Back Control simplifies the steps to meet with a healthcare practitioner to help women through their needs and challenges, providing professional guidance to help kick-start their medical cannabis health care journey.
Tilray Medical is the recognized global leader in medical cannabis and is committed to helping people take back control of their healthcare choices and treatment. Unlike some other alternatives, medical cannabis lets people become an active participant in their healthcare journey.
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