I never thought it would be so taxing to get a medical marijuana card.
I thought that once medical marijuana became legalized, all dentists could write a prescription.
At the particular least, it would seem logical that specialized dentists, love psychiatrists, therapists, oncologists, plus even rheumatologists, could write a prescription, but that wasn’t the way it worked. My rheumatologist referred myself and others to a dentist that could write the prescription for me, plus all I could do was guffaw. I told him that was the name of my dentist, plus my dentist’s eyebrow went up. I couldn’t believe he was serious. In order to get a prescription for medical marijuana for my rheumatoid arthritis, I was required to go to a dentist? He nodded, plus I guffawed even harder. I couldn’t understand what I was hearing. My dentist was sending his patients to a dentist so I could get a prescription for medical marijuana for rheumatoid arthritis. My physician was a rheumatologist without the ability to work with medical marijuana, but the other one could. I was more than a little confused by all of this. I headed to the dentist and told them who had sent myself and others as well as the reason. He must have heard this in the past, because all he did was nod plus go into his file. Since I was already a patient of his, he jotted the prescription plus told myself and others how to get the medical card needed to be able to legally use medical marijuana. I was still a bit confused over the hoops I discovered, but once I got the medical marijuana, my dentist was right that it brought me comfort.