It is fair to say that in the United States, there is a love affair with pets. According to Statista, there are over 95 million cats in the U.S., and 68% of households own at least one pet. Estimates on the number of cats globally range from 600 million to over 1 billion.
Responsible pet owners will leave no stone unturned when it comes to protecting their furry friends. Healthcare for pets in America is expensive, which is why it makes sense to pay the average $28 monthly pet insurance for cats, and $44 for dogs. As is the case with humans, it is clear that plying animals with pharmaceutical drugs doesn’t always have the desired effect.

If you see your pet in pain or suffering from a condition such as anxiety, it is only natural that you want to get the best possible treatment. For an increasing number of people, that takes the form of cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating compound in marijuana and hemp.We carry CBD infused pet products. Stop by at one of our 4 locations today!

 

Every location of Medical Cannabis Community Outreach will provide patients with the medical marijuana card.
So What Is an MMJ Card?
You use an MMJ card to provide identification when buying medical marijuana. This helps the state to regulate use and access to medical marijuana (or MMJ).
Your medical cannabis card features a picture of you to help the dispensary confirm your identity. It also has an issue and expiry dates. These mean that people can’t pass on old MMJ cards to people who don’t need them.
To help identify you further, Missouri MMJ cards also feature your address and date of birth.
When you receive an MMJ card, you get an ID number. If you’re a caregiver or have a caregiver, you also get a caregiver ID.
But don’t worry, your MMJ card won’t list any of your personal medical details. The only time you have to disclose these is why you apply for your card. If anyone at a dispensary asks what you’re using medical weed for you don’t have to tell them.

     One of the most common conditions that patients seek in medical marijuana treatments is for pain. Chronic pain can be associated with a number of different medical conditions, making even the most basic daily functions difficult for those who suffer on a daily basis.

Whether it be chronic pain related to inflammation, headaches, neuropathic pain, muscle soreness, spinal injury, or fibromyalgia, cannabis has been found to have varying degrees of success in treating pain-related ailments depending on the type of pain, the intensity, the choice of strain/product, and, of course, that patient's individual physiology.Our staff doctors will exam en you to give a proper evaluation on a cannabis doze intake.