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  • CBD
  • Dispensary
  • Doctor
  • Head Shop
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Now accepting new patients on Orchard Lane in Beavercreek!

No walk-ins allowed, sorry.  By appointment only.

*A PORTION OF YOUR VISIT FEE IS ALLOCATED TOWARD LOWERING COSTS FOR VETERANS*

A visit to our office is your first step toward being welcome at Ohio dispensaries which are NOW OPEN!!

Other services offered include natural hormone replacement natural osteoporosis and cholesterol management, osteopathic manipulation therapy, natural thyroid prescriptions, vitamin B12, B Complex, & D3 shots and more.

State Certified Physicians

A visit with our Dayton doctors, who are certified by the State of Ohio to recommend cannabis as a treatment and average over 20 years of practice within the state, is the first step toward legally obtaining medical marijuana in Ohio.

We are not just a medical marijuana clinic,  so you won’t see marijuana leaves on the signs or walls.  We share space at “Wellness Centers” throughout the Ohio, where services such as acupuncture, yoga, mindful wellness, medical massage, and other health offerings are available through independent practitioners.

Avoid expensive in-person follow-up visits & support Ohio Veterans:

*A PORTION OF YOUR VISIT FEE IS ALLOCATED TOWARD LOWERING COSTS FOR VETERANS*

Here are your total costs for a year:

1.  In-depth cannabis patient education videos, FREE! (a $49 value)

2. Online patient portal access, paperless record ordering. FREE! (we order your records for you)

3. Non veteran new patient 1st visits are $174 ($149 for veterans) *with online discount, normally $199

4. 12 months of continued care with online follow-up is a one time $75 fee. (FREE for veterans)

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Total annual cost with doctor approved online follow-up only $249  ($149 for Veterans) 

*this does not include payment for your medical marijuana card to the Ohio Pharmacy Board ($25-$50)

Q Will medical marijuana be available to minors?

Yes. However, a physician holding an active certificate to recommend may recommend treatment with medical marijuana only after obtaining the consent of a parent or another person responsible for providing consent to treatment.

Q How often should a CTR doctor see a patient receiving medical marijuana?

Physicians will need to see their medical marijuana patients in-person at least once per year. It is imperative that physicians recommending with their CTR follow the medical board’s Standard of Care Rule for the medical marijuana control program. Click here to read all the requirements in the rule.

Q May a licensee of the Medical Board (like a massage therapist) use products containing CBD oil?

No. Ohio law does not authorize any Medical Board licensee to possess medical marijuana in the course of his or her practice. This includes the application of massage oils and creams containing cannabinoids, including THC or CBD.

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