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Chronic pain and medical marijuana

Chronic Pain | Last Active: Nov 15, 2018 | Replies (147)

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In Minnesota it costs $250 for a MD exam from one who is licensed to evaluate patients for the state. He then will send prescription to a state approved lab. After meeting with their pharmacist he then determines what blend of Cannabis is right for you. In my case, it cost $270 for a one months supply. You have to determine if you can afford it or not and just what pain relief is worth to you. This information is for Minnesota only. You must be a resident of the state and may not transport the drug across state lines, especially to a state where it is illegal.

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Thank you! This info is greatly appreciated. My neurologist wants to try nerve pain drugs and injections first. But I will keep your info!

@medic7054 Glad your state has medical marijuana. Can you tell me if it is
very expensive?ladyjane85 @

In Minnesota it costs $250 for a MD exam from one who is licensed to evaluate patients for the state. He then will send prescription to a state approved lab. After meeting with their pharmacist he then determines what blend of Cannabis is right for you. In my case, it cost $270 for a one months supply. You have to determine if you can afford it or not and just what pain relief is worth to you. This information is for Minnesota only. You must be a resident of the state and may not transport the drug across state lines, especially to a state where it is illegal.

Thank you for telling me how it is done in a state where it is legal and the costs incurred. We’ll see if it passes in FL. @ladyjane85