According to state law in Massachusetts, medical marijuana can only be prescribed for patients who have debilitating medical conditions with qualifying symptoms. Some of the debilitating conditions that may qualify for a medical marijuana prescription in Massachusetts include, but aren't limited to:
The state of Massachusetts recognizes the following symptoms as being serious enough to qualify for medical marijuana:
You must have at least one qualifying symptom. In order to qualify for a medical marijuana prescription, your life must be negatively impacted by these symptoms to a significant degree.
Dr. Anil Kumar will review the your medical records and will then perform an examination. The exam will include a discussion of past and present symptoms, pain complaints, and questions that the patient may have. Dr. Kumar will then make a diagnosis based upon the information gathered. If the diagnosis qualifies you for a medical marijuana prescription; that prescription can be provided right away.
Medical marijuana patients receive their marijuana from a state dispensary. You must present your Massachusetts medical marijuana registration card at the time you fill the prescription.
Medical marijuana has proven to be a very effective type of relief for many patients today. It can alleviate chronic pain for many people suffering from:
Medical marijuana can also alleviate:
For many patients, medical marijuana may reduce the need to take other medications such as narcotic pain drugs. Medical marijuana is a miracle drug for many people today, and the government now recognizes its benefits.
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