Our Nelson office is located on the basement floor level of the Front Street Emporium (601 Front Street) – the office building next to Ellison’s Market. If you see signage indicating a barber shop and a set of concrete stairs, you’re on the right track. Walk down the stairs to office #106, and you’ve arrived at The Kootenay’s Medicine Tree.
Open Tuesday through Saturday-10:30 to 6 p.m.
601 Front Street, Office #106.
Client Consultation & Education
New members will receive a free orientation and dose advice session which comes with some excellent articles detailing the science of the therapeutic use of cannabinoids. Also, current members participating in case studies or data collection will be exempted from this fee. All other inquiries will be answered and information given at the following rates:
- 15 minutes– $25
- 30 minutes– $40
- 60 Minutes– $60
To book a consultation appointment, please contact us by phone or by email to book an appt.
Getting A Membership
To start a membership with TKMT, check out our Membership page.
Orders & Shipping
To make an order, send us an email or call us. We ship Canada wide, and our packages are tracked and insured.
We accept Cash, E-transfers, Canada Post Money Orders, Canadian Bank Drafts. All but cash can be used to pay mail orders.
Our staff at the Nelson clinic are Jim Leslie, Marv, Tanya, Peggy-Jean. They are part of our knowledgeable team offering confidential services to all of our clients.
Jim Leslie, Marv Wyers and Wendy Brisco are the 3 directors of The Kootenays Medicine Tree. Jim Leslie is actively serving the members of the club and community, through consultations and education. Bios coming soon.
Tanya grew up in Kootenay’s, and was raised with Sons of Freedom Doukhobor values. From here she gained a deep connection and respect for her elders, consideration for the dignity of all beings, and an understanding of the wisdom of the natural world with regards to medicine and healing. In choosing her career path, Tanya’s requirement was that her time and effort would be spent helping people. This led her to the profession of Social Work, where she completed her Bachelor Degree at the University of Calgary in 2012.
Her work experience includes; providing support to children and families in high&mdashconflict and domestic violence situations; youth mentoring; community integration; working in homeless and women’s shelters; and program development and facilitation. Cannabis became a central part of Tanya’s life in 2014, when her elderly grandmother became gravely ill. After, by and large, being dismissed by the medical system, she and her family turned to cannabis oil from The Kootenay’s Medicine Tree as a means of pain management. To everyone’s astonishment, not only did it quell her pain — it gave her her life back. Doctors later told her that she had made the right decision in not fulfilling their recommendation of a major surgery — the only option they gave her if she wished to prolong her life. Tanya has much gratitude to be working for an organization where not only is she able to fulfill her career path prerequisite, but also to be on the ground floor of this industry as it’s shaped. She is pleased to be collaborating with the brave, compassionate individuals working tirelessly to set a precedent and change our society for the better. She is currently working on developing a program that extends the services of The Kootenay’s Medicine Tree to isolated and unwell seniors and individuals in need of access and support services.
TKMT Nelson News
We have started our information sessions at Selkirk College. We saw a great turn out of people and are looking forward to the following sessions.
September 24, 2015
We were recently interviewed for the Nelson Star. Check out the article here.
June 5, 2015
We opened our clinic in Nelson due to overwhelming interest in our services.