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Finding Relief Through Medical Marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, June, 12th 2013 by THCFinder

420mdFinding Relief Through Medical Marijuana

Millions of patients suffering from various chronic conditions have indicated the fact that medical marijuana consumption has enhanced their quality of life in a radical manner, alleviating their pain and eliminating the symptoms. In fact, medical marijuana treatments have become an unbeatable ally for countless Americans struggling to overcome a wide range of disrupting factors: from the common, yet incredibly upsetting migraines to the increased level of pain experienced by people diagnosed with AIDS or cancer. How could one make the most of the health benefits ensured by medical marijuana without taking unnecessary risks? Find a real professional who will always consider your health and welfare a top priority.

 

How can THC Medical Doctor help me?

 

Excellent, fairly-priced 420 evaluation services

THC Medical Doctor,opened their new location in San Jose, California with the main purpose of providing fast pain relief for patients in need, while ensuring premium, truly accessible services, taking the whole medical cannabis evaluation industry to the next level. When your health is at stake, it is essential to count on a reputable, experienced physician who will offer the treatment that you deserve, to put your life back on track. THC Medical Doctor brings you flawless customer service, giving you the chance to profit from the best prices in the entire South Bay area.

 

thcdocsIf you are looking for Medical cannabis evaluation in San Jose, then a visit at THC Doctor’s office is by far your most convenient option. Our medical staff is always eager to provide the best response to your health problem in a timely manner and works around the clock, 7 days a week, to handle all your needs and concerns as soon as possible, so you won’t have to waste any time and money in the process of getting cannabis card.

 

THC Medical Doctor offers you free parking validation and is always ready to welcome you in a warm, friendly environment, conveniently located in the heart of the Silicon Valley.

 

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growingexIf you are eager to discover the benefits of medical marijuana, choose to collaborate with a top-rated physician, highly recommended by all his patients. THC Doctor has numerous testimonials provided by previous clients who do not hesitate to express their gratitude and complete satisfaction, stating that “Dr. Brown is an excellent doctor with vast knowledge on the subject matter, as well as human health and wellness,” and that his office is “by far the most legit place in the SJ area” where “very professional service” is provided. Find more patients reviews on Yelp.

 

If you are interested in cultivating your own medical marijuana, find out more about the Growing Limitation Exemption.


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Need medical marijuana? You'll have to get it by mail

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, June, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
After two years of study and discussion, the federal government has finalized new rules for medical marijuana and granted a reprieve to pharmacists who opposed the rules in their draft form.
 
Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq rolled out the regulations today for formal publication in the Canada Gazette on Wednesday.
 
Under the new regime, the government will no longer produce or distribute medical pot and medical marijuana users will no longer be allowed to grow the product at home.
 
Health Canada said since the medical marijuana program was introduced in 2001, it has expanded to 30,000 people from the original 500 authorized to use the product.
 
"This rapid increase has had unintended consequences for public health, safety and security as a result of allowing individuals to produce marijuana in their homes," the department said in a news release.
 
"Under the new regulations, production will no longer take place in homes and municipal zoning laws will need to be respected, which will further enhance public safety."
 
Under the new regulations, the government will allow patients to buy prescribed amounts only from licensed growers who will be required to meet strict conditions.
 
Concerns from doctors, pharmacists
In previous versions of the regulations, pharmacies were to distribute the product just like other medications, provoking concern from pharmacists, who expressed concerns about dispensing a product without sufficient research. They also cited security concerns.
 
The final version removes the pharmacists from the loop, leaving patients to rely on mail order for their medical marijuana.
 
"While the courts have said that there must be reasonable access to a legal source of marijuana for medical purposes, we believe that this must be done in a controlled fashion in order to protect public safety," Aglukkaq said in a statement.
 
"These changes will strengthen the safety of Canadian communities while making sure patients can access what they need to treat serious illnesses."
 
Read more: http://www.cbc.ca

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Cannabis Tincture Has Always Been An Effective Treatment For Many Ailments

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, June, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
New Mexico naturopath and traditional curandera (healer) Esmerelda Martinez was 19 before she realized that her grandmother’s famous tinctures were cannabis based. “When I was a girl and we visited the family ranch down in Sinaloa (Mexico), I knew she was a healer: we’d see ranchers ride in from hundreds of miles in all directions for her medicine, which she cooked up in the kitchen. She just called her main tincture ingredient ‘la hierba buena‘: the good herb. Once I realized what it was and she saw that I was going to be a healer too, she began teaching me her recipes.”
 
Fast forward three decades, and now the 50-something Martinez, after studying modern herbalism in Santa Fe, finds herself helping patients – including “a lot of veterans” – navigate New Mexico’s medical cannabis program.
 
Welcome to herbal medicine at the beginning of the Drug Peace Era. “It is strange to be teaching how to deal with paperwork so that someone with PTSD, cancer, a war injury or severe arthritis can have access to a medicine that my grandmother used to make without electricity or running water,” Martinez told me when we met in a south central New Mexico enchilada joint.  ”She lived to be 89, by the way.”
 
New Mexico’s medical cannabis program, though an unmitigated success, does require more of a paper trail than some state programs. It also requires annual renewal via a doctor. “I start sending out reminders to my patients two months in advance,” she said.
 
After we usher in the Drug Peace Era, healers of all stripes will be able to improve more patients’ lives with various forms of cannabis tailored to their patients’ conditions.
 

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Canada to snuff out medical marijuana production in homes

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, June, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
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WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Canada, a pioneer in the use of medical marijuana, will take legal production out of private homes next year as it seeks to address more than a decade of neighborhood spats and criminal activity.
 
Health Canada will also snuff out its own production, which has been another legal source of the drug, and leave supplies solely to licensed growers in the private sector.
 
More than 30,000 people in Canada are legally authorized to use marijuana, up from around 500 in 2001 when Canada became the first country to allow terminally ill patients to grow and smoke their own marijuana.
 
Canada's marijuana medical access program also included a state-managed grow-op in a disused zinc mine in Flin Flon, Manitoba, although users complained the quality did not match that from private suppliers.
 
"There's far too much potential and actual abuse within the current scheme," said Staff Inspector Randy Franks of the Toronto Police Service drug squad, adding that police do not have access to addresses of approved sites in private homes.
 
"These home-grown operations are able to produce far more than they need and they have to do something with it, so they sell it mainstream."
 
The new regulations took effect on Monday, but the old rules will run concurrently until March 31, 2014, to allow time for Ottawa to license new growers, said Jeannine Ritchot, director of medical marijuana regulatory reform for Health Canada.
 
The changes will place growing sites under greater scrutiny, through inspections, security measures and accounting of production volumes.
 
"While the courts have said that there must be reasonable access to a legal source of marihuana for medical purposes, we believe that this must be done in a controlled fashion in order to protect public safety," said Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq.
 

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Sick Family Needs Help To Relocate To A Medical Marijuana State

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sun, June, 9th 2013 by THCFinder
I have always been fortunate enough to live in Oregon, which is one of the most progressive states in the nation when it comes to marijuana policy. Oregon has had a medical marijuana program since 1998, the second oldest program behind California. My entire adult life has been spent in a medical marijuana state, which is very reassuring. I used to have a medical marijuana card, but was forced out of the program due to the rising costs of enrollment. However, I know that if I ever needed to get back into the program, and could afford to do so, enrollment would not be hard, and it certainly wouldn’t be impossible like other states that do not have medical marijuana programs. Not everyone is as lucky as I am. Below is a heartfelt letter from a very hardworking activist that I hope everyone reads. Please consider donating to his relocation fund! His letter is below:
 
High Dear Friends:
 
My father and I both suffer from physical, mental, and emotional illnesses such as spinal damage, GI Tract disorders, PTSD (non-combat related), anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideation to name a few. Currently we live in my grandmother’s house via a life estate she established before passing away so that we would have a roof over our heads.
 
However, with our only source of income being his SSI payments of 716 dollars a month and my inability to work we cannot afford to pay the yearly real-estate taxes let alone acquire bank loans to pay for the much needed repairs that this house desperately needs. I’ve applied for SSDI/SSI but even if I am accepted and receive back pay the repairs such as a new roof, repairing and renovating the bathroom, re-landscaping the yard and waterproofing the basement to avoid further deterioration of the foundation, to name a few, are well beyond our fiscal means.
 

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Two marijuana initiatives filed for Oregon ballot

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, June, 8th 2013 by THCFinder
Paul Stanford, the Portland-based owner of a chain of medical marijuana clinics, has filed two new initiatives to legalize pot -- including one that was similar to the initiative he sponsored in 2012 that was defeated by Oregon voters.
 
Stanford took some heat from influential pro-marijuana activists for pushing ahead with a measure in 2012 that they thought was too expansive to win favor with voters.  While Washington and Colorado voters passed legalization measures at the same election, Stanford's measure was defeated in Oregon by six percentage points.
 
This time, Stanford said he is working with a broad coalition of pro-marijuana activists and will go ahead with the measure they decide has the best chance of passage.
 
"I'm not going to sit out there being a fly in the ointment," said Stanford.  "We're going to make a group decision, that's my plan."
 
The Legislature is considering a marijuana legalization measure, House Bill 3371, but its chances of passage this year appear slim.  Stanford said he expects a version of that bill to be introduced as an initiative if it can't pass the Legislature this year or next.
 

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