Finally, there’s a professional, above-board business to fill the huge gap in the budding South African cannabis market. The Cape Cannabis Club (C3) offers a legal growing service to all adult South African users of cannabis for personal use.
The Cape Cannabis Club will be the first cannabis club to offer members the ability to have their cannabis processed in different ways. At launch, cannabis will be delivered in whole flower only.
All the plants are contractually owned by the club’s members themselves. Members can choose from selected premium Indica or Sativa dominant strains, grown in a state-of-the-art facility for a monthly subscription fee and delivered to a private address anywhere in South Africa.Members select their strain and how they want it grown. C3 offers the option of ‘Greenhouse’ plants grown in high-tech light-deprivation climate-controlled greenhouses, or ‘Indoor’ in full climate controlled indoor grows.
C3 employs qualified and experienced horticulturalists who manage and control a network of Independent Professional Growers to cultivate, harvest, dry, trim, and cure the member’s Premium cannabis flower. “With a strong focus on exceptional quality, we aim to destigmatise the industry and bring quality cannabis products to our members’ doors. This is achieved by utilising the best proven international growing techniques which ensure all members receive consistent premium quality cannabis monthly” says a C3 spokesperson.
The Cape Cannabis Club guarantee they will fund any legal court cases should anyone or any government department decide to try and challenge their members’ legal rights.
The club and its structure have been vetted and approved by a team of Specialist Cannabis Attorneys at Schindlers Attorneys, who were instrumental in winning the Constitutional case against the government in 2018. This court case changed the law in South Africa to legalise the personal cultivation and use of cannabis by adults in their private space.
The club will soon allow members to elect to receive their monthly cannabis in the form of pre-rolled joints, oils, rosins, and other selected extracts and edibles.