Stoughton Clinic Info
To obtain a Massachusetts medical marijuana card please complete our online application and our clinic staff in Stoughton will call you with the details.
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Veterans Discount (10% with proof)
- Wheelchair Accessible
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My IBS was something that kept me from doing a lot of activities because I never knew when my stomach would go crazy. I started using a vaporizer pen and within seconds of inhaling, my cramps would ease up and my nausea would go away. Now I carry my pen everywhere with me I feel like I can do anything. Thank you so much for all your help. I am very happy to have my medical marijuana card.
I have been using cannabis to treat my PTSD for many years, but it wasn’t until recently that I realized that there was a better way. Just smoking the bud was effective but it seemed counter productive because I was hurting my lungs. Once I realized that medical patients had access to alternative forms of cannabis, I quickly applied for my card and got it right away. Now instead of smoking all the time, I can use edibles that last longer and are more effective. I am truly grateful to be legal and not have to worry when I’m medicating. I know it’s easy for anyone to get marijuana, but the medical products are much better. Get your card, get legal, it’s the only way to go.
I can honestly admit that when I first heard about medical cannabis I thought it was just an excuse for people to get high. It wasn’t until I saw the effects firsthand that I realized it was actually a legitimate medicine. One of my friends started using it for her fibromyalgia, and the results were unreal. After seeing her success, I applied for my medical marijuana card and started using it for my chronic pain. I am very relieved to have another option besides prescription pain pills.
Everyone knows that going through chemotherapy is almost as bad as the cancer itself. I started researching alternative forms of medicine and natural herbs that could help me through the process, and that is where I started learning about cannabis. It quickly appeared that even the “negative” side effects of cannabis were positive for me. I was very worried about the “high”, but it turns out that it has really helped with my outlook and made me more positive. Also, my appetite is much better, and I’m actually eating again. I would strongly recommend that you talk to her oncologist about cannabis medicine and get your card if it makes sense to you. Good luck and never give up!