MENTION WEEDMAPS COUPON CODE..Come visit us on our weedmaps address provided or schedule online @ www.WinchesterMarijuanaDoctor.com $29 Caregiver Declarations
$49 Any Doctor Renewals Within 30 Days of Expiration Date
$69 New Patient Evaluations
The people of California passed proposition 215 (Compassionate Use Act of 1996).
This establishes that California physicians and patients who follow certain guidelines in recommending or approving the medical use of marijuana are immune from sanction or criminal prosecution.
Who uses marijuana? What symptoms can Marijuana help?
The assertion that all Medical Marijuana is headed for seriously ill patients is misleading. Statistics from the California Branch of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) shows that a survey of Californians reports the top three reported uses of medicinal marijuana:
40% Chronic Pain
15% Mood Disorders
(23% All other categories)
Many patients have not been able to obtain relief from their symptoms through traditional forms of medicine and are concerned about the side effects of prescribed medications to treat illness and injury. Others seek the broadest range of medical options possible and consider cannabis to be a therapy that compliments, augments, or replaces their existing care regimen.
How can I get Medical Marijuana?
To get your Medical Marijuana you must receive a written or oral verifiable recommendation from a doctor. Once you have your doctor's recommendation you can legally grow, consume & possess your medicine under California State Law Prop 215.
How can IECC Doctors help?
IECC provides a professional and friendly environment for all aspects of Medical Marijuana and other natural medicines. Our team of doctors and clinical managers believe in the numerous and overwhelming benefits of Medical Marijuana and the rights that patients have when battling their ailments.
IECC doctors gets you legal in 3 easy steps:
1. Call 951-704-0717 to set an appointment to come in and see a doctor and fill out our new patient sign up intake form.
2. Come into the office to see the doctor and get evaluated.
3. On approval, receive your recommendation from a board certified physician.
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I was very impressed with the service and the way the staff made you feel welcome and the Asst. Director, Michael, answered all my questions. Dr. Wiggins was very concerned about my ailments and gave me great advice! This is the Doctor to see!
Convenient, friendly staff, great price for recs and care giver cards. I will be returning in April 2017 to renew my rec with them for the 4th year in a row :) go where you want, but I go to IECC
fucking awesome place
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I been going to a place in Berdoo for a long time. I went here today because I was in the area visiting a dispensary that I work with. There is other places in town but they wanted almost double the price and I didn't want to see a doctor online and wait weeks before my rec got in the mail. Here you get the original stamped and sealed rec by the doctor immediately and for only 35 bucks. You can't get that anywhere. Legit.
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I'VE BEEN GOING HERE FOR 6+ YEARS ALWAYS GOTTEN THE LIMIT EXEMPTION AND I HAVE ALWAYS PAYED $150 AND TODAY THEY CHARGED ME $200. TEMECULA DOES NOT EVEN ALLOW THE 99 PLANTS SO THE EXEMPTION HAS LITTLE TO NO VALUE IN THE CITY I LIVE IN. I OWN A FAIRLY LARGE DELIVERY SERVICE AND HAVE ALWAYS SENT NEW PATIENTS TO THEM AND ALL MY EMPLOYEES CARDS ARE THROUGH IECC, NOT ANYMORE I PROMISE YOU THAT.
Excellent place to get your rec, inexpensive and professional. A good heads up to anybody headed in their for the first time or renewing and are visiting the location for the first time. If you are heading down simpson, from menifee road, google maps may direct you to the wrong end point. Keep going down simpson until you hit winchester road and it's so obvious (next to a smoke shop) that you really can't miss it.
I recommend all patients come get very cool experience 1 on 1 with the doctor. You won't be disappointed. 3rd Renewal, Very down to earth and kind staff. Love this office. I will be back every year to renew. Thank you Dr. Wiggins, we appreciate everything you and your staff does for us patients.
thanks iecc, came in yesterday and i slept so good last night. feeling great today. thank you so much.
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Was a pleasure meeting with Dr. Wiggins today. I'm also in a physician and have been do a great deal of research on CBD. CBD is very a interesting topic Dr. Wiggins discussed today. So I wanted to share some CBD information with everyone.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of at least 85 cannabinoids found in cannabis. It is a major constituent of the plant, second to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and represents up to 40% in its extracts. Compared with THC, cannabidiol is psychoactive but not intoxicating, and is considered to have a wider scope of medical applications than THC, including to epilepsy, multiple sclerosis spasms, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, nausea, convulsion and inflammation, as well as inhibiting cancer cell growth. There is some preclinical evidence from studies in animals that suggests CBD may modestly reduce the clearance of THC from the body by interfering with its metabolism. Cannabidiol has displayed sedative effects in animal tests. Other research indicates that CBD increases alertness. CBD has been shown to reduce growth of aggressive human breast cancer cells in vitro, and to reduce their invasiveness.[16
In November 2007, researchers at the California Pacific Medical Center reported that CBD shows promise for controlling the spread of metastatic breast cancer. In vitro CBD down-regulates, or "turns off", the activity of ID1, the gene responsible for tumor metastasis in breast and other types of cancers, including the particularly aggressive triple negative breast cancer. The researchers in September 2012 said they hope to start human trials soon.
Cannabidiol has been shown to inhibit cancer cell growth with low potency in non-cancer cells. Although the inhibitory mechanism is not yet fully understood, Ligresti et al. suggest that "cannabidiol exerts its effects on these cells through a combination of mechanisms that include either direct or indirect activation of CB2 and TRPV1 receptors, and induction of oxidative stress, all contributing to induce apoptosis."
Non-intoxicating cannabinoids, including cannabidiol (CBD) and other more pronounced CB2 agonists such as cannabinol (CBN, an immunosuppressant), are now seen as promising targets for anti-tumor drugs since they experimentally reduce the size of in-vivo xenografts, for example gliomas. Combinations of submaximal THC doses and CBD have both been successfully applied to greatly increase in-vitro efficacy of temozolomide in glioblastoma multiforme cell lines. CBD likely exerts its effects through the induction of apoptosis by Reactive oxygen species. Non-psychoactive cannabinoids can be administered at much higher doses without the well-known side effects that are sometimes associated with the drop-out rate in trials involving psychoactive cannabinoids.
A team of researchers from the University of California at Irvine proposed in February 2013 that CBD's anti-malignant effect by way of apoptosis may be due to its potential action on "mutant p53 proteins in cancer cells," due to cannabidiol's chemo-physical similarity to stictic acid, a promising anti-cancer compound found in some species of lichens that acts on the aforementioned proteins. The University biologists, chemists and computer scientists "identified an elusive pocket on the surface of the p53 protein that can be targeted by cancer-fighting drugs".
Source Wikipedia, please do as much as research possible to find out the medicinal advantages of Cannabis
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.