FAQ

About Medical Marijuana

Cannabis use may pose some risk to the user. There may be risk associated with using Cannabis while driving or doing other high risk tasks. Driving under the influence of Cannabis is illegal.

Best evidence to date suggests that Cannabis is not toxic to humans. However, you need to understand that large number, long term, randomized human trials have not been done. Many studies in other fields of Medicine have data sets of 40,000-100,000 patients followed over >40 years, and still have been contradicted over time.

Data to date suggest that risk associated with use of Cannabis by teenagers is unclear. Memory problems and structural brain changes have been measured. However, other studies have found no adverse effect on long-term life outcomes. Inhale MD Health and Wellness does not certify minors.

There is only one study on use of Cannabis during pregnancy. While the outcomes in that study were positive, it remains only one study with small numbers of participants. We strongly recommend that women who are or might become pregnant stop using Cannabis entirely while they are pregnant and nursing. Since Cannabis chemicals can remain in your blood for 30-60 days after your last dose, if you are thinking about getting pregnant, please stop using Cannabis at least 2 months prior to attempting to get pregnant.

Please be prompt for your appointment out of courtesy to the doctor and the other patients. If you are late, you will be asked to wait until the other, on-time patients are seen.

If you are late or if you miss your appointment, you may reschedule your appointment. The fee for rescheduling will be $99.

Please respect the privacy of other patients. Do not discuss your care or conditions, or ask about theirs, even if you happen to know another patient.

Payment must be made, in full, prior to your appointment. Credit card must be used.

No Cannabis is to be used, shared, sold in the office.

Massachusetts law provides that certified patients may possess up to 10 ounces of Cannabis for their personal, medical use per month. This is an astounding amount of Cannabis. Be aware that Cannabis you purchase legally cannot be shared or re-sold under the law. Also, it is our experience that if you are using more than 1 ounce per month, you may be over-using and an interim consultation is recommended.

Patients may qualify for a reduced fee based on financial need. We accept a current, valid MassHealth card as the sole acceptable evidence of financial need. Further, any discount is a courtesy, and we reserve the right to extend, or not, this discount at our sole discretion.

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