Ready to get the most out of your medical marijuana? Making an appointment for a doctor’s evaluation not only lets you get cannabis-friendly care, but it also lets you register for a medicinal cannabis card. Due to differences among Colorado municipalities, patients in each area have unique ways they can improve their access to medicine. Find out how starting a doctor-patient relationship can help you as a Greeley resident.
Colorado lets adults 21 and older partake in certain cannabis-related actions in private, but that doesn’t mean dispensaries can operate wherever they want. Local jurisdictions can restrict marijuana commerce as much as they want. Greeley takes one of the most conservative approaches to commercial cannabis activity in the state. No dispensary can operate in Greeley, even if they sell medical products only.
So, where does that leave you as a patient without a medical cannabis card? You can get medicine in one of two ways: By finding a recreational dispensary outside Greeley or growing marijuana at home. Both options can be inconvenient or even impossible for folks who have certain disabilities and financial situations. Even if those choices aren’t much of an issue, you still have limited access to medicine compared to cardholders.
When you go somewhere else in the state, you don’t know if an area allows medical dispensaries only. Or, you might want the patient-focused services and products that a medical dispensary can offer. To choose from as many dispensaries as possible, you must get a medicinal cannabis card.
Integrating cannabis medicine into your standard treatment gives you a well-rounded experience. Marijuana-friendly doctors not only understand your values, but they also act as a one-stop shop for your different remedies. They know how standard and holistic medicine can work together to make you feel better.
To start getting quality care, make an appointment with a marijuana-qualified doctor below today.