For the last 3 years, I had been waiting for there to be a local dentist who could help me get a medical marijuana card.
Finally, our partner and I were in a position to be able to afford the medical marijuana ID card and there was a dentist who could help me.
When I went to see him, she didn’t do any style of examination, although she did ask why I thought medical marijuana would help me. I told him about our chronic pain and our neuropathy from back surgery. She talked about marijuana and what she thought would be good for me. Within half an hour, she had filed her paperwork, and I was getting notification from the state. The final step to our getting the medical marijuana ID card, was sending in the fee to the state. Two weeks later, I was ready to go to the marijuana dispensary. I don’t think where I got the system that marijuana was cheap, although I wish I had some warning before going. The cost of the marijuana products had me reeling. I purchased some pain cream that came in a 4 ounce tube; When I took it out of the tube, it was just a small squirt bottle with an ounce of pain cream. To top it off, the pain cream didn’t do anything for me. I was devastated. I guess that when you go for the medical marijuana card, someone should tell you how expensive it is going to be. Medical marijuana was more expensive than our correct prescriptions, and I couldn’t even use our insurance.