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Natural Healing Care Center Grows to Offer More

Since 2012, Natural Healing Care Center (NHCC) has been providing Tucson with access to countless resources for natural health care, preventive health care and education. One of the main concentrations of the center is helping patients get Medical Marijuana certification cards. The center has now expanded and moved across the street to 2231 East Speedway Boulevard, in Tucson. In the new center, NHCC will now additionally be offering restorative yoga, meditation and workshops.
   
NHCC staff provide medical cannabis education and recommendations for patients, depending on their particular needs. “We’re a well-rounded wellness center that not only practices naturopathic and alternative medicine, but also cannabis. We use cannabis as an introduction to alternative medicine and holistic healing,” says owner David Yrigoyen, a Tucson native.
   
“While we focus a lot of our time on medical cannabis, we incorporate other services as well,” says Yrigoyen. “Often, patients come in seeking assistance with medical cannabis, and end up learning about other services for wellness, coming back later to take advantage of massage therapy, holistic medicine, homeopathy and more. They’re paying more attention to the ways natural medicine can benefit all aspects of their health.”

For more information, call 520-323-0069 or visit  NaturalHealingCareCenter.com. See ad, page 37.
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