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Does medical marijuana work for chronic pain?

Chronic Pain | Last Active: Mar 18 3:15pm | Replies (241)

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Good evening @bonnieh218. Since you live in Minnesota and are a Mayo patient, you can follow the guidelines for cannabis use at this link.
https://www.health.state.mn.us/people/cannabis/index.html
Your Mayo clinician can verify that you have a condition that qualifies you for medical cannabis. After you have registered and paid the fee, you can be scheduled for an appointment with the pharmacy specialist. There are 3 options in Minnesota, capsules, topicals, and tinctures. Once you have made a starting decision you can begin treatment. And then you will have support from the staff at the dispensary while a patient.

It might be interesting to know that Minnesota has received awards for the research and development undertaken here. And it might also be good to know that Bachman's has done the development and owns the Leaflne dispensaries.

Good luck. Don't forget to check in with us so others can benefit from your experience.

Chris

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I do not understand why you have to pay extra fees and so forth. Bachmans ! This state makes more money off the elderly and ill people. Michigan,Colorado, California are all states where you can get relief . You pay to go to a Dr so you can tell them what you already know what is wrong with you and then pay them for a application for relief. No wonder people have lost faith in the Medical field.

Is this the same at the Mayo in Arizona?

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