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Fact or Fiction: Debunking 3 common medical marijuana myths

Dr. Matthew Brimberry and the experienced team of medical marijuana clinicians at the Texas Cannabis Clinic treat people of all ages with alternative healing methods through Texas’ Compassionate Use Program.

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Dr. Brimberry and his team expertly navigate the path from certifying patients based on their qualifying diagnosis to the formation of a personalized medical marijuana treatment plan and then connecting them with a state-licensed Texas dispensary.

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With the expansion of Texas’ Compassionate Use Program (TCUP), Texans have more access than ever to treat different conditions with medical marijuana. We’re tapping into the experts at Texas Cannabis Clinic (TCC) to help weed through common myths about medical marijuana.

Here’s what they had to say:

Fact or Fiction? PTSD, muscle spasms, and neuropathy are the only conditions that medical marijuana treats.
This is fiction. There are 150+ qualifying conditions that can be treated with the drug under the TCUP.

Fact or Fiction? You need an in-person appointment with TCC.
This is fiction. TCC is 100% telemedicine. Take the short appointment from the comfort of your own home.

Fact or Fiction? You won’t get a medical marijuana card.
This is fact. Texas doesn’t provide cards but if you qualify, you’ll receive a prescription and a certification letter.

Not sure if you qualify for treatment? Explore different qualifying conditions.

If you’re ready to work with TCC, make an appointment and use coupon code 6AM420 to get $40 off (must complete the appointment by Tuesday, April 30).

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†Please note: Legalities in your state may vary. Texas Cannabis Clinic advises consumers to read the company’s terms and conditions, consult a physician before trying products, start only with small amounts, and to not consume products before driving or before a drug test. The information about providers and services contained in this newsletter does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by FTWtoday.

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