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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Make sure you have the proper paperwork and the right state of mind! First timers at any dispensary will be required to have their Patient ID and State ID to fill out the paperwork and to make copies of for the front desk person. After the paperwork is taken care of comes the fun part of actually going in and seeing what’s in stock! ...

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Common signs and symptoms of drug abuse You’re neglecting your responsibilities at school, work, or home (e.g. flunking classes, skipping work, neglecting your children) because of your drug use You’re using drugs under dangerous conditions or taking risks while high, such as driving while on drugs, using dirty needles, or having unprotected sex Your drug use is getting you into legal trouble, such as arrests for disorderly...

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Medical Marijuana can be addictive and can impair your ability to drive a motor vehicle or operate heavy machinery.  Be aware that the use of medical marijuana may impair your ability to perform your job duties as outlined by your employer and may result in your termination if the side effects of the medical marijuana inhibit workplace productivity and safety.  You should not care for...

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Medical Marijuana is excellent at helping with the side effects caused by various medical conditions, including multiple sclerosis, cancer, HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, Crone’s Disease, Cachexia and many, many more.  Just like prescription medication, medical marijuana can cause different side effects in certain patients. Not all patients will experience side effects from medical marijuana and those who do, find their side effects much milder and easier to...

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The history of medical marijuana usage can be traced throughout medical literature for its use as an analgesic, anti-convulsant, appetite stimulator, anti-depressant, tranquilizer, anti-tussive, antibiotic and more.  Approximately 55 drug companies have petitioned the FDA to grow marijuana to be synthesized into pills, a much more expensive method of delivery.   Marijuana can lower intraocular pressure in glaucoma patients and has been found useful as an anticonvulsant,...

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Various strains of medical marijuana have been widely used as medicinal plants for over 3,500 years.  Medical uses include conjunctive treatment of physical and mental illnesses. Symptoms of many diseases can be controlled, bringing relief and significantly improved quality of life for patients.  Medical marijuana is a known stress reducer, expectorant and topical antibiotic. It can also be a safe and effective alternative to pharmaceuticals...

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Medical marijuana has been legalized in 25 states including Arizona.  Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act allows individuals with the following debilitating conditions to use medical marijuana to treat symptoms of their diseases: cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, ALS, Crohn’s disease, Alzheimer’s, cachexia, chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures and muscle spasms.   MEDICAL MARIJUANA AND EMPLOYMENT The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Arizona law holds that employers must “reasonably...

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The following is a list of drugs known to interact with medical marijuana: SEDATIVE MEDICATIONS (BARBITURATES) Interaction Rating: Major Do not take this combination as sedatives and medical marijuana both cause sleepiness and taking these together might cause too much sleepiness   SEDATIVE MEDICATIONS (CNS DEPRESSANTS) Interaction Rating: Major Do not take this combination as sedatives and medical marijuana both cause sleepiness and taking these together might cause too much sleepiness   Some sedative...

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