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This place was trying to charge me $150 and when I asked what that includes all the receptionist said was the doctor evaluation and a notary fee then I asked if I could use the $50 off a doctor evaluation that I played extra to get last year in their membership card. The next day I went to the red card district and payed $70 for an evaluation and notary fee. In conclusion don't go to CMM go anywhere else.
there is no CMM membership card, you pay 100 dollars more than anywhere else for absolutely nothing. I emailed asking about this and was told they were confused and I should have received a membership card, yet when I called they said there is no card. I think they say CMM card so they can play it off as a Colorado medical marijuana card to scam everyone. 1000's of dollars in coupons yea right. Other places do what they do for 40 dollars so where did my extra 100 go? Maybe the receptionist smoked it all because she was extremely baked when I came in.
We are dedicated to providing our patients with a safe and effective way to seek the treatment of the many conditions medical marijuana has been proven to remedy. Colorado Medical Marijuana LLC understands that qualified patients deserve to live their lives without the pains and struggles associated with illness. Our knowledge and highly trained staff of medical professionals are here to guide you through the process of obtaining your Colorado Medical Marijuana license.
Our primary purpose is to get you through the often grey area of obtaining a medical marijuana doctor recommendation to use marijuana as medicine. When the doctor signs for your marijuana recommendation, our staff will help you complete the medical marijuana registry application and finish the registration process. We want our clients to obtain their Colorado medical marijuana cards the first time they apply. Our experienced team has received rave reviews from a wide variety of Colorado medical marijuana patients as well as local and national news organizations, publications and web sites. Our company members, our legal advisors and our industry partners are highly trained, organized and familiar with medical marijuana protocol in Colorado. Our team meets our client’s medical marijuana needs in all four corners of Colorado and in between. What is Medical Marijuana? Medical Marijuana comes from two strains of the plant: Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica. These strains produce marijuana potent enough to provide medical benefits to its users. These plants are grown by the controlled use of light, temperature, water, and soil. The process of growing marijuana is both an art and a science. The benefits of one type of plant may better treat particular medical conditions than another. There are over 60 cannabinoids (chemical components that are the active principles of marijuana) found in the plant, the most prevalent being Tetrohydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidol (CBD), and cannabinol (CBN). The strains of sativa contains more THC, and indica more CBD, meaning different cannabinoids provide different benefits to patients. What Kind of Medical Marijuana is Right for Me? Sativa- The sativa strain, with its high levels of THC, is recommended for patients with pain, nausea, depression, and migraine headaches. This strain is more associated with the “high” experienced because of its analgesic and neuroprotective effects. Indica- The indica strain contains more of the cannabinoid CBD, which is associated with sedative and calming effects. It is most often used as a way to relieve high levels of stress and reduce anxiety levels. This strain is ideal for people who experience muscle spasms, spasticity, pain, and inflammation. Don’t know which type of medical marijuana is right for you? Ask our highly trained staff and we will be happy to make suggestions. Colorado Medical Marijuana LLC Serves the Following Locations: Denver / Cherry Creek Lone Tree / Highlands Ranch Littleton Boulder Longmon Loveland Englewood Lakewood / Golden Broomfield / Interlocken
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.