In the past, the term “recreational marijuana” has generally been used to mean illegal use of cannabis for purposes to get high. Later, marijuana also became legal for “recreational” use in states like Colorado, which meant that patients could buy it legally but did not require a doctor’s marijuana card approval.
Although this book is meant for doctors, it can be a great source for some patients as well. It explains the principles of marijuana use and the types and forms it comes in. It also explains the ways to use it.
The Department of Health in Pennsylvania has allowed new patients to be approved for medical marijuana cards from home. We are using Skype to video chat with new patients. The…
After a recent approval by the Department of Health, we are now allowed to re-certify and renew medical marijuana cards by video.
Cannabis may prove useful at the time when coronavirus is ready to kill us.
Patients without documentation can now be more easily approved for a medical marijuana card if they schedule a same-day primary care appointment with Dr. Roman.
Sometime last week, Pennsylvania reached 200,000 medical marijuana card holders approved by physicians to purchase cannabis in dispensaries. The number has doubled since March of this year and continues to…
We are pleased to announce the start of an opiate addiction rehab that uses medical marijuana to detox patients.
Pennsylvania residents in Bucks County can now have their medical marijuana card consultations and re-certifications closer to home.
Wednesday Nights are Now Available For patients needing times that are after regular work hours, we have opened up Wednesday evenings from 5-8pm. Come after work to see one of…