New Changes to New York Marijuana Law
“Few things a doctor does are more important than relieving pain. . . pain is soul destroying. No patient should have to endure intense pain unnecessarily. The quality of mercy is essential to the practice of medicine; here, of all places, it should not be strained.” ― Marcia Angell
A new change has been made in the New York Marijuana Law. The New York Department of Health announced that Chronic Pain is now an additional to the Compassionate Care Act.
Doctors in New York will now be able to prescribe Marijuana for pain.
If you are suffering from pain, whether it is severe or persistent, you may now be eligible for pain relief under the New York Marijuana Law.
What you will learn in this personal development article:
• Current conditions under New York Marijuana Law
• How to find a registered MMJ (Medical Marijuana) Physician
A Couple Of Ways To Deal With Chronic or Severe Pain
Hypnotherapy. Marijuana works directly on the cannabinoid receptors in your brain and body. Doing something to force the body to have a specific response is called bio hacking. Hypnotherapy is a form of bio hacking. It is being used in medical sciences to relieve pain in burn victims.
Cannabis. The debate between THC and CBD rages on. Many people find relief from CBD (legal in all states). But many people need the full THC in Medical Marijuana preparations. If you do not live in a state that has a Compassionate Care Act, CBD can be bought at local smoke and vape shops or online.
Conditions Covered Under New York Medical Marijuana Law
• Chronic or Severe Pain
• Huntington's disease
• Inflammatory bowel disease
• Multiple sclerosis
• Nausea (severe)
• Parkinson's disease
• Severe or persistent muscle spasms
• Spinal cord injury with spasticity
• Wasting syndrome
A doctor needs to be registered with the New York State Department of Health’s Medical Marijuana Program to prescribe Marijuana.
Here’s How To Find A Physician Registered With The New York Marijuana Law Program
In order to qualify for the New York Medical Marijuana Law Program, you must have a qualifying condition and obtain a certification from a registered physician. A Registration Identification Card (RIC) is needed to purchase Marijuana at dispensaries.
If your physician is not a part of the program, your doctor can go to Practitioner Education for the Medical Marijuana Program and request a list of practicing licensed health care professionals to refer you to. This list is located online within the Department's Health Commerce System (HCS). Make sure to give your doctor their web address.
You can also go to this website to find one yourself. This list is not complete by may give you a starting point if your doctor is not willing to help you.
Watch this informative YouTube talking about the startling results of pain in Americans.
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