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Questions About Medical Cannabis. How to Get Your Card

Can Cannabis Help Cancer?


Cannabis helps alleviate the symptoms of cancer and can help with the side effects of chemotherapy

Thirty-nine percent of Americans are diagnosed with cancer during  their lifetime. Many people in Chicago use cannabis to help with their  successful treatment and recovery. Traditional treatments for cancer,  such as chemotherapy, have very debilitating side effects that cannabis  can help mitigate. 

Any form of cancer is an approved qualifying  condition to receive

 a medical cannabis card in Illinois.

Some of the symptoms that cancer patients find cannabis helps with include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Weakness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Loss of weight
  • Pain
  • Aches in bones
  • Swelling
  • Lack of sleep
  • High anxiety

Often, cannabis can be more effective than opioids and other  pharmaceutical drugs in alleviating the symptoms of cancer. Illinois  doctors now recognize cannabis as an effective tool to treat symptoms 

of  cancer therapy.

Help Auto-Immune Disorders?


Cannabis can greatly help alleviate the symptoms of Crohns Disease, Lupus, Arthritis, and other auto-immune disorders

Auto immune disorders afflict more than 8% of Americans. Many forms  of auto-immune disorders are approved qualifying conditions to receive a  medical cannabis card in Illinois. These include Crohns disease,  rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and more. Many people in Illinois use cannabis to help with their successful treatment and 

management of their symptoms.

Symptoms from auto-immune disorders are often debilitating. Some of  the symptoms that Crohns disease, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and other  auto-immune patients find cannabis helps with include:

  • Gastric issues
  • Digestion
  • Stomach pain and difficultly eating
  • Swelling in the intestines
  • Stiffness in muscles and tendons
  • Lowered immune systems
  • Pain
  • Lack of sleep
  • High anxiety

Cannabis can reduce the incidences of flair ups and increases remission. Illinois doctors now recognize cannabis for treating symptoms of auto-immune disorders. medical cannabis question getting a medical cannabis card alternative medicine

Can Cannabis Help with Pain?


Cannabis helps alleviate pain from conditions such as spinal injuries and Fibromyalgia.

Tens of millions of Americans live with chronic pain. Many are  prescribed opioid painkillers. In 2016 33,000 Americans died from opioid  overdose. Many people in Chicago use cannabis to help with their  successful management of chronic pain.

Some of the symptoms that cancer patients find cannabis helps with include:

  • Stiffness
  • Lack of mobility
  • Inability to sleep at night
  • Edginess
  • Lack of quality of life
  • Feelings of Isolation
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight gain
  • High anxiety

Opiates are some of the worst ways to treat chronic pain.  They cause  depression, weight gain, dependency and addiction. Often, cannabis can  be more effective than opioids and other pharmaceutical drugs in  alleviating chronic pain. Illinois doctors now recognize cannabis as an effective 

tool to treat pain symptoms.

Where do I get Medical Cannabis?


 We can help you through this madness  of forms! Our professional staff will answer all your questions  regarding the process, forms, doctor’s visit, and application. We have Physicians who can submit the Certification to the State of Illinois. We will even submit your application to the state  for you!

Listed below are the Illinois Dispensaries,

What is needed for the Card?


  1. To qualify, you need to have a diagnosis for one of the medical conditions approved by the State and as required by law
  2. You also will need to provide proof of your identity, Illinois  residency, and age (you must be 18 or older to be eligible for  certification)
  3. Other important details: a 2×2 photo (we’ll take this for you)

What will it cost?


What is the cost?: 

  1. Doctor visits. This will vary depending on your health insurance plan. We have doctors that take most health insurance. We have options for self-pay with doctors.
  2. Illinois Application Fee. The State of Illinois charges $100, $200,  or $250 for one-, two-, or three-year certifications, respectively. (The  fee is half if you are on disability or are a veteran).

The total cost to get a Medical Cannabis Card depends on your insurance.       
We provide a one-stop shop to get your application done and sent to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

At this time you would sign up 

for your Dispensary