In 1996, California became the first state to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes, and since then, 20 more states have followed suit. Medical marijuana became legal in Michigan in 2008 for individuals over the age of 18 who suffer from a variety of chronic illnesses and diseases. But to legally purchase medical marijuana, you must become certified and get your medical marijuana ID card.
At Society of Healing Arts Institute, we help individuals with qualifying conditions obtain certification for medical marijuana use. To be eligible, you must be diagnosed with one of the following conditions:
Contact us for more information about all of the conditions treatable with medical cannabis.
Studies show that medical marijuana can help ease nausea and muscle spasms. It can increase the appetite, help control seizures, relieve anxiety and inflammation, and slow the progression of glaucoma, among other benefits.
Medical marijuana is typically consumed through smoking or vaporizing, through edibles like cookies or candies, or taken as a liquid extract.
If you intend to use medical marijuana, it is important to have a thorough understanding of how this substance will affect you. At Society of Healing Arts Institute, we offer cannabis education classes that will give you the facts and educate you about responsible medical marijuana use. You will learn about the active ingredients and how they work synergistically to treat the pain and discomfort of many illnesses.
We cover the various strains of marijuana and explore proper dosing practices. You will learn to track the results of your method of consumption, whether edible, smoked, vaporized, or topical, and you will receive delicious recipes to try at home. These are held the last Sunday of the month at our GR location.
If you are new to medical marijuana use or simply wish to learn more about proper consumption, get in touch with us or sign up for a class at Society of Healing Arts Institute today!