Medicinal Marijuana Association Enhances Website with New Consulting Feature

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As part of a sweeping website revamp, the Medicinal Marijuana Association adds a feature that will help inform and educate customers on the strains and dosages of medicinal marijuana they should seek.

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The site will give people the education that is right for them, answering questions such as what type of strain and dosage they need, all according to what mental and/or physical ailments they have

The Medicinal Marijuana Association is introducing a brand-new feature on its website in a move to better consult and educate customers on which medical marijuana strains are right for them.

Finishing touches on the consulting feature were made in November, and the Medicinal Marijuana Association plans to make it available to customers starting January 1, according to David Imrie, Chief Medical Advisor.

"The site will give people the education that is right for them, answering questions such as what type of strain and dosage they need, all according to what mental and/or physical ailments they have," Imrie says. "Patients will also be guided on how to talk to their doctor and ask for medicinal marijuana if they believe it is the best option for them."

Medicinal Marijuana Association's website will also help customers monitor their quality of life as medical marijuana patients, and advise them on how to make changes that will optimize their daily experience.

"There is also a monthly online monitoring service so patients can keep track of their physical and mental health and quality of life," Imrie says. "The survey, which is automatically sent to a patient’s email account, takes no longer than five minutes and will keep track of recommended dosage, what strain they are using at the moment, and quality of life."

Imrie says the Medicinal Marijuana Association decided to upgrade its website in order to meet growing demand among people who want a more natural way to treat their illness that doesn't come with the negative side-effects of many prescription medications.

"A number of our current patients were having difficulty finding answers to specific questions they had regarding the use of medicinal marijuana -- and our response is a website that provides accurate information in a language they understand," he says.

Ultimately, providing people with the best available information on medical marijuana so they can receive the best care is Medicinal Marijuana Association's goal, according to Imrie.

“It is all about making people comfortable with the decision to go down this route and finally give them a credible source to go to in order to find the information they need about medicinal marijuana and its benefits,” Imrie says.

About the Medicinal Marijuana Association

The Medicinal Marijuana Association aims to promote and support the use of medical marijuana for the patients who need it. Their website provides information about how to get in contact with a doctor, dispensaries, and signs that someone may need medical marijuana. To learn more, visit medicinalmarijuanaassociation.com

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