In honor of President’s Day, here at Compassionate Care Consultants wanted to remind everyone that our very first president, George Washington smoked marijuana. It is written he sought out the higher THC plants (separated male from female) to treat his pain.
Hemp and marijuana had a role in our history. Both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are written on hemp paper. In addition to being a plant of great medical benefit, it was poised to replace lumber as a raw material until outlawed in 1937.
The top US prosecutor in Maryland has said that he will not change how he enforce marijuana policy. While the attorney general is waging a war on medical marijuana, there has been no action to date. The Cole memo has been rescinded but without authorization of federal funds, no action can occur. Given the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment, federal funds may not be used to interfere with cannabis businesses abiding by Maryland or any other state law.
I called their clinic as soon as I got my patient id #. Booking the appointment is quick and easy. I like that they ask me questions and make sure my condition is qualified and i have all the required paperworks before sending me to their clinic. Consultation took about 20 mins then i got my medical marijuana approval the same day.
Called their medical cannabis clinic to see if my condition can be approved. The lady on the phone was very helpful and asked me several questions to make sure I can be certified and I met all requirements before I come for an actual appointment. I don’t regret choosing them to help me. I’ll see them after a year for my renewal.
They gave me a compassionate discount on my appointment. Waiting for my ID # from the commission took days but this clinic is patient with me and assisted me until I was completely certified.
I made some research about medical marijuana and found it really effective for patients where the traditional method of treatment did not work. It helps a lot in pain management with very little side effects compared to those pain meds
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