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Cannabis is medicine and My Marijuana Cards is here to help you find the best cannabis options for you to reach your healthcare goals. Book an appointment today with our compassionate cannabis consultant to have a private discussion about your cannabis journey.

What is Personalized Cannabis Consultation?

Personalized Cannabis Consultations help to better understand cannabis generally and personally. Cannabis is a brand-new field of medicine; many people are unfamiliar with it. We meet people where they are in their journey, helping them to reap its many benefits to the fullest. Everyone’s body reacts differently to cannabis, so we can help with adjusting dosages and methods of consumption to reduce medication-cannabinoid interactions.

We will collaborate with you to develop an individualized dosing plan based on your personal objectives and preferences. The personalized consultation can be viewed as the first step in a joint effort to empower you to identify your wellness goals.

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Here are a few profiles of Personal Cannabis Consultant Patients...

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Patient: John Myer
Job: Automotive assembly worker
Age: 25
Condition: Chronic Back Pain

John recently received his medical marijuana card for Chronic Back Pain. He is constantly having back issues while at work. He routinely has to slouch down to lift heavy materials. He has seen a chiropractor, taken Aspirin and Advil alternating throughout the day, and have utilized heating and cooling pads, but none of that worked for him. Since he is new to medical marijuana he is unsure what to purchase. 

After visiting with a Cannabis Coach, they were able to answer, “What strains do I take so I won’t become high and can still function at work? Can I balance out with CBD? What is micro-dosing? How can I better understand cannabinoids in relation to my body?”

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Patient: Maryann Alshabaz
Job: Retired Seamstress
Age: 56
Condition: Alzheimer’s

Maryann retired early because of her onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. She was starting forget who clients were and their appointment times. It was harmful to her success as a seamstress.  She’s been on  medical marijuana for 1 year and has only seen mild improvements to her condition, but she knows she can do better, so she scheduled an appointment with a personalized cannabis consultant.

After her visit, her questions of, “What’s the right dose for my Alzheimer’s? What strains are best for less episodes?  What are terpenes? Can knowing which ones I need help? If I happen to take more than my intended dose, how do I come down from the high I am feeling?”

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Patient: Kim Johnson
Job: Caregiver
Age: 33
Condition: (Mother = Patient) Breast Cancer

Kim is the youngest of 3 siblings and is the primary caregiver for her mother Jacquelyn. When the doctors told Kim her mother’s Breast Cancer had come back, Kim wanted to explore other holistic ways to help with her mother’s treatment. And her mother needed a caregiver so she was perfect for the job. Kim’s been taking care of her 6 months now. Her mother is 68 and does not want to sit around being high from the medical cannabis. Kim needs a little advice on treating her properly.

Kim sought out a Cannabis Coach and after her visit she was able to get the answers to her questions. “Is there a specific dosage my mother needs per day? What is the difference between CBD tinctures and THC tinctures? How can we know how her body will react to certain dosages?”

What ties together all 3 of these profiles is they’re all trying to seek knowledge to better themselves. These profiles you see above are only a small scale of our Medical Marijuana Card clients. We believe in giving you agency and autonomy to make your own healthcare choices. That is what cannabis is all about, giving you the opportunity to have an active role in your cannabis journey. We want to empower you when going into a dispensary for the first time. Being knowledgeable when visiting a cannabis dispensary can change the game for you and your experience.

How It Works

Step 1 – Book Personalized Cannabis Consult.

Step 1 – Book Personalized Cannabis Consult.

Step 2 – Fill out brief questionnaire.

Step 3 – See Cannabis Coach.

Step 4 – Receive Cannabis Treatment Plan.

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What You get

  1. 15 or 25 minute consult/appointment with a certified expert in the medical applications of cannabis targeted cannabinoid therapy.

  2. Explore how cannabis compounds cannabinoids like CBD or THCA could affect your condition.

  3. Determine what terpene profile and cannabinoid is best for your ailment.

  4. Personalized Treatment Plan Options Such As: 

    • Morning and Evening Daily Dosing

    • Recommended Cannabis Strains 

    • Individualized Terpene Profile

  5. Patient Dosing Journal.

  6. Action Plan and summary of all things covered with your cannabis coach.

  7. On demand access to your cannabis coach (as needed).


Dr. Bridget Williams is an 

Hi, I’m Carlos, I have been in the cannabis industry since 2015.  Since that time I have managed a 25,000 plant grow in Vegas as well as helping to manage the world’s largest dispensary (Planet 13 ).

I have extensive knowledge of cannabinoids and how they affect the body and a wide array of products from across the country. My hopes for what my clients will get from our consultations are: (1) an understanding of all the ways cannabis affects the mind and body, (2)  confidence when searching for a product (3)   ultimately I hope to help my clients get to a happy and healthy point in their life.

Frequently Asked Questions

CBD has a more grounded, functioning effect. Many individuals describe a sense of enhanced calm, relaxation, and humor, but they seldom experience the disorientation, amnesia, dizziness, or increased hunger that is characteristic with cannabis experiences.

To know a little more information, consult our Cannabis Coach…

Many variables must be considered in order to determine how long CBD remains in your system. Here are some of the factors that influence CBD’s ability to remain in our bodies. Of course, before starting any CBD program, we recommend that you consult with your doctor. They are familiar with your body and its requirements and may provide you with advice.

Method of Use (How Quickly the CBD “Kicks In”)

There are many methods to get CBD into your system, and the form or combination you choose influences how long the CBD remains in your system. Some take longer to accumulate in your system, while others absorb more rapidly and stay in your system for a shorter period of time.

How Often You Take it

Because CBD has a cumulative effect, how often you take it and how much you take with each dose influence how long CBD remains in your system.

To discuss other factors, consult our Cannabis Coach…

The quantity of gummies you should take each day is obviously determined by the potency of the gummies as well as your intended daily CBD dosage. However, one or two gummies a day is usually enough to start reaping all of the benefits that CBD has to offer. If you’re new to CBD, a decent beginning point is 25mg per day, but please consult our Cannabis Coach for more information…

Prior to the 1990s, the THC strength of popular strains was quite different from what it is now. THC levels in popular marijuana strains were around 4% in the 1990s. There was a 212 recent rise five years later, between 1995 and 2015. According to a 2017 study, a popular strain known as “Girl Scout Cookie” at a state dispensary had medical marijuana THC levels ranging from 17 to 28 percent. If you looked at any sort of cannabis THC content chart today, it would most certainly indicate that popular dispensary marijuana strains had THC levels of 22 percent or more. That may be a good thing or a bad thing. We’ll leave it to you to decide.

To know a little more information, consult our Cannabis Coach…

  1. OG Kush For Back Pain

It is an Indica dominating strain with a high THC content that produces pleasure while also relieving pain and indications of discomfort, such as muscular spasms.

  1. Headband High THC For Back Pain Relief

It is a hybrid strain created by combining Sour Diesel and OG Kush. It has THC levels of up to 30% and CBD levels of less than 1%. It produces a euphoric sensation. It provides pain relief for a longer period of time.

  1. Gorilla Glue

It is a hybrid strain created by crossing Chocolate Diesel with Sour Diesel. It has a long-lasting impact and reduces pain instantly. Gorilla Glue may be utilized in patients with severe back injuries, chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, and so on, because to its extended duration of effect.

  1. Candyland

It is a Sativa dominant strain bred from Granddaddy Purple and Bay Platinum Cookies. It relaxes your muscles, relieves chronic pain, and boosts your mood, leading in a better mood. It helps to alleviate tension and tiredness.

  1. ACDC

It is a marijuana strain with a high Sativa content. This strain is not psychoactive because to the low THC content, but it has extremely powerful pain-killing properties. It can be used safely in individuals with persistent back pain.

  1. Harlequin

It is a Hybrid Marijuana strain with a Sativa dominance. Those seeking for a strain that won’t get them high but will relieve their discomfort may try Harlequin. It is a hybrid of Thai, Colombian Gold, and Swiss Landrace. It provides a highly soothing and calming impact on the body.

  1. Uncle Andy

It is not a well-known strain, yet it is very helpful for back pain. It is coated with trichomes and has a fruity odor. The effects are immediate and may continue up to 3 hours.

To know more in depth information about these strains, consult our Cannabis Coach…

THC oil is technically a concentration or an extract. That implies the cannabis plant matter has been cleaned with some kind of solvent [popular solvents include isopropyl alcohol, butane, and carbon dioxide (CO2)]. When trichomes, THC, CBD, CBN, and other cannabinoids are soaked in a solvent, they dissolve in the liquid. The plant matter is removed after the soaking procedure. The solvent is removed by boiling, leaving behind an oily material containing potent THC. When high THC cannabis strains are extracted, the end product is a highly concentrated THC oil.

With nearly every state running some kind of medicinal marijuana program and some states permitting adult use, there are many distinctions between state medical and recreational marijuana programs. Some states have very stringent systems, while others are relatively lenient.

The first taste may not live up to your first expectations. Nothing fascinating or spectacular would happen if you added a few minutes. Your curiosity is at its height, and you may begin to worry. However, there is no need for such. Nothing. When you consume marijuana, nothing typically occurs. You will not get high, nor will you experience the desired benefits.

The most basic differences are considered to be as follows:

  • Indica strains are sedating – so they’re better for sleep
  • Sativa strains are energising – so they’re better for daytime
  • Hybrid strains are somewhere in between indica and sativa


Sativas are usually referred to as a daytime cannabis. These strains are known as being cerebral, energizing and uplifting.  Many people use different Sativa strains before creative work, exercise, or other activities requiring focus. 


People conclude the typical experience of smoking Indica as an “In-da-couch” experience. These strains are associated with relaxation, sedation, and a body high. Many people find that consuming Indica strains can help with sleeping. 


Hybrid strains occur when cultivators choose Sativa and Indica strains and crossbreed them. Hybrids can be Sativa or Indica dominant depending on their genetic makeup. The effects of the strain are largely dependent on what two plants were crossed. 

A cannabis tincture, often known as green dragon, is an alcoholic cannabis concentrate. Cannabis tinctures are utilized in the manufacture of particular extracts such as nabiximols. The tincture is usually prepared by soaking the dried flowers (marijuana) of the female hemp plant in ethanol.

The alcohol dissolves the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids. Baking or drying the cannabis to decarboxylate it before to the alcohol bath increases the quantity of THC in the finished product. Some treatments also remove water-based plant components like chlorophyll, producing a dark green or brown liquid.

Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol, a close cousin of the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, is marketed with little to no regulation online and in shops. Experts believe delta-8 THC has half to three-quarters the strength of delta-9 THC, which is the THC most people are acquainted with. However, the lesser-known cannabinoid may still bake you. Delta-8 THC is virtually similar to delta-9 THC, with just the position of one chemical link distinguishing them. Although both chemicals stimulate your endocannabinoid system, delta-8 attaches to receptors somewhat differently, which may explain its milder effects.

If you’re a first-time smoker, it may take up to three days to fully clear your system of marijuana, depending on a variety of variables. The detection window for regular users is about 5 to 7 days. Those who smoke more than one joint each day will be tested positive for at least 30 days.

But here’s the thing: we know that THC, the main ingredient in marijuana that drug tests check for, is stored in body fat. THC tends to remain in athletes’ systems for a shorter length of time because they have lower body fat and higher metabolic rates, which means fat is burnt faster and THC is released and eliminated faster.

This service is available to anyone, regardless of location. The consultation is simply a conversation in which you will be given additional information about cannabis and CBD and how they can affect you as an individual. Aside from that, it’s always a good idea to be prepared!  Learn about the rules and regulations of your state’s medical marijuana program.

Talk to a compassionate marijuana doctor!