If you would like to download our App and see the doctor, go the Google Play or iTunes store and search for 420recs. PRINT OUT YOUR LETTER IMMEDIATELY UPON APPROVAL BY OUR DOCTOR! Just go online to 420recs.com and follow the three easy steps. STEP 1: Fill out a short questionnaire and billing information. STEP 2: Have an online consultation with our doctor. If he approves you, STEP 3: Print out your recommendation letter (which is verifiable in every dispensary in the state). YOU ARE NOT BILLED UNLESS OUR DOCTOR APPROVES YOU. A hand-signed letter will arrive in the mail a few days later. Overnight shipping is available. With 420Recs.com there are no more long doctor's office visits. Follow the three simple steps and get your recommendation letter at the incredibly low price of $39.99. Fast, easy, and affordable, please visit 420recs.com now.
Dr. Francis G. D’Ambrosio received his Doctorate at the Albany Medical College of Union University and has practiced medicine for 30 years. From 1986 and 2014, Dr. D’Ambrosio worked as an orthopedic surgeon. While that career was exciting and paid well, he found his patients were still in immense pain. A long-time supporter of medical cannabis, when the U.S. Attorney General announced the loosening of banking restrictions in the cannabis industry, D’Ambrosio decided this was the sign he needed to start advocating and seeing patients for evaluations. He founded 420recs in 2014 and has devoted his life to helping patients using medical cannabis.
D’Ambrosio strongly promotes the use medical cannabis as an easy and highly superior alternative big pharmaceutical medications, including opiates in particular. Opiate addiction can occur as quickly as five days after initial consumption, yet physicians still widely prescribe them for pain treatment. D’Ambrosio asserts that cannabis is a much safer and far less addictive alternative, ranging a huge spectrum of health applications. When he is not giving his recommendations over the phone or video chat, D’Ambrosio hosts his podcast “Elevate the Conversation”, where every week guests from authors to athletes, politicians, and personalities join him to discuss Medical Marijuana policy reform.
420recs.com is an online recommendation service operating seven days a week from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. 420recs.com specializes in pain management, drawing on Dr. D’Ambrosio’s 30 years of experience as an orthopedic spine surgeon. Consultation prices start at 39.99, one of the best deals to be found online. 420recs.com are available for follow-up questions during business hours, with all appointments conducted in real-time video chat with Dr. D’Ambrosio.
Thanks to the entirely online system, 420recs.com serves the entirety of California state. Whether you’re based in San Francisco, San Diego, Santa Barbara or Sacramento, or any area in between, patient are able to schedule an appointment with the Pasadena-based online office, with optional next-day delivery after a session. Patients range from Los Angeles and Orange County all the way up to Humboldt, San Jose, and Fresno. Along the Pacific coast, in the Grapevine, or the Redwoods, 420recs.com is here to provide you with high-quality medical expertise.
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dont come here its horrible its been 5 days and still dont have my rec wtf
Very quick and easy. Took less than 20 mins. Doctor was friendly. Received email and official copy with raised seal within 3 days.
They are offering online appointment.
Me and my friend paid around $40 each, got an appointment with doctor but bever received hard copy recs by mail.
I emailed them few times, they replied once promising to mail the recs but then just silence...
Think twice before pay
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.