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Medical Cannabis Classes at Natural Healing Care Center

Jun 04, 2018 02:55PM

Natural Healing Care Center (NHCC) offers a variety of classes, one being, “Is Cannabis For Me?”, from 5 to 6 p.m. every third Thursday of the month. This month’s class will be held on June 21. The class will discuss how to obtain a medical marijuana card in Arizona and how to use the cannabis safely, along with where to obtain the medicine after receiving the card.

“Cannabis has been used for thousands of years as medicine, and not one person has ever died from over-consumption. We will teach you how to use cannabis safely and avoid any undesired effects from the plant,” says David Yrigoyen, director/consultant at NHCC. “Many people are dealing with pain and other medical conditions. They may not be receiving desired results through conventional medicine and we offer alternatives, with little to no side effects, and people can eliminate or decrease their use of prescription medication.”

NHCC offers a range of alternative services, including medical marijuana cards and education, naturopathic medicine, massage therapy, cannabis coaching and consulting, acupuncture and more. NHCC has been open since 2012 with the mission to serve our community through naturopathic and holistic medicine, preventive healthcare and education.

Location: 2230 E. Speedway, Ste. 140, Tucson. For more information, call 520-323-0069, email [email protected] or visit NaturalHealingCareCenter.com. See ad, page 11. 

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