MC Caregivers could and probably should be called MC “Caring” Givers. Quality, supply, and value epitomizes the product and people that Make our Lives Better.
~Joe, Age 47
Just want you all to know how I got started at McCaregivers.
I’m 49 years old and I hurt everyday. I have been seeing my doctor for Chronic Pancretitis; when he told me that medical marijuana may help me with my pain and other symptoms I was having, He sent me to McCaregivers; Since I have been going there (almost 2 years know) I have found that their staff is outstanding and knowledgeable and they follow all the rules and regulations, they are privet and discreet, Bottom line Their not there to sell pot. They are there to help people and they really care. I no longer have to take all those nasty pills, If it wasn’t for McCaregivers I don’t know what I would do, there is no therapy or special drug to cure me; this has made my pain so much better , I can work again, enjoy my friends and family, play with my grandson again and I’m looking forward to the Holiday’s
Thank You McCaregivers for the Special treatment. I have my life back.
Having several health conditions and not being able to find the relief and understanding to manage my conditions, I investigated medical uses for marijuana. I found a place that explained in a professional way how medical marijuana works. I then found MC Caregivers, a dispensary that is totally professional and informed of the different kinds and types used for various conditions. They have a professionalism and confidentiality topped with quality medicine that makes MC Caregivers the place to go.
-Sandy. age 54
MC Caregivers is excellent , They have had classes that were very helpful and the staff have helped me better understand all my options! When ever I have a question or concern, they always take the time to explain and help me deturmine the proper amount I should take to keep me keep me moving. I’ve had cronic pain since 1983 and this has been my mainstay to keep me feeling well.
Thank you Mccaregivers!
SW, age 65
I am a 48 –year old woman with chronic joint pain, nausea, intestinal cramps and other symptoms associated with an autoimmune disorder: I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease when I was eleven. In my teens, I self-medicated with marijuana for the pain. After reaching my legal majority, I stopped using marijuana and substituted alcohol which presented other issues.
My joint symptoms do no present with swelling so it has only been in the past twelve years that “non-traditional;” joint pain has been associated with Crohn’s. Although I have prescriptions for opiates to mitigate my pain I prefer cannabinoids.
Initially, I tried smoking but the effects were too strong – not having used this method for decades – but, now I have found that sub-lingual tincture works exceptionally well for me for general pain. I only have to resort to the use of more liver-destructive, and potentially very addictive Percocet when my pain becomes intolerable.