Getting a medical marijuana card can be the first step for Massachusetts residents suffering from cancer, glaucoma and a variety of other illnesses toward an improved quality of life. Obtaining a medical marijuana card can be difficult, but with the help of The Holistic Center, you can cut through the red tape involved and expedite the process quickly. All patients have to do is stop by our clinic, and we do the rest. It’s that simple.
The Holistic Center has the best board-certified MDs in-house who can check your records, perform examinations and when approved, provide an instant official certificate necessary to obtain legal medical marijuana in Massachusetts. We can provide the official necessary documents. By working with a holistic medicine practitioner at The Holistic Center in Boston, you can begin reaping the benefits of a whole-body approach to healing.
320 Washington Street
3rd Floor Suite 300
Brighton, MA 02135
For ALL Medical Marijuana Certification Appointments:
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The Holistic Center services all Massachusetts residents and is conveniently located near the following major locations:
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To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Massachusetts, you must be suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease, HIV, AIDS, glaucoma, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, hepatitis C, Crohn’s disease or another condition that a qualifying physician believes could be alleviated by medical marijuana. For many patients, the process of getting a medical marijuana card can be intimidating because of the paperwork and time involved. The Holistic Center can help patients navigate through the bureaucracy, helping patients by being a one-stop natural medicine shop:
Guiding patients through the process of obtaining medical marijuana card/certificate.
Perform detailed evaluation and examination by a licensed physician.
Review medical records and make any recommendations.
Determine whether they’re a good candidate, and if qualified, provide the state-approved documents to obtain medical marijuana.
Offer educational information about medical marijuana and how holistic medicine practitioners use it to treat a variety of symptoms. Also informing patients of their legal responsibilities and the potential drawbacks of medical marijuana.
Instruct on the proper use to ensure effectiveness.