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  1. compiler

    Mid Michigan Meds???

    That's what I figured. I was wondering if anyone KNEW. Their web-site is still up https://www.midmichiganmeds.com/ It gives no clue Mel
  2. compiler

    Mid Michigan Meds???

    The title is the name of a company that does a delivery service in mid-Michigan. For the last 2-3 weeks, I get no answer when I try and call them. Does anyone know what's up? Mel
  3. compiler

    Expense of having a caregiver

    Semi: Good grief. Where do I suggest that the CG would supply free product? Quite the opposite. My question was what costs are involved for the patient, such as other fees for the expertise/services of the CG. I am a relatively new patient who has never had a CG. Might as well ask the question(s) Mel
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    Expense of having a caregiver

    Rest: I was amazed to see the increase in Bay City dispensaries. All within a few blocks of each other. Most on Euclid. There were about 7 of them (+/-) Mel Mel
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    Expense of having a caregiver

    Semi: So how does the CG make money? Is it just the profit on the product? Mel
  6. When I first got my MM card, I went through a group. Their doctor would appear at various cities (including Bay City) where the doctor would see you and complete the application. But I can't remember the name. It was something like Alternative Solutions, but google finds no such MM entity. Anyone remember the name of the group? Mel
  7. OK, I have a MM card and get my meds from a dispensary. I realize that a Caregiver may be able to help me choose drugs and get a better strain. I think most caregivers will pay the expense of getting their name on my card. But what is the cost to me? Is it a higher markup on the meds and/or a monthly fee and/or a few every time we meet? I'm hoping you caregivers can clue me in with specifics as I'd like to consider actual costs/benefits. Thanks for your input. Mel
  8. compiler

    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Another related question: If M is voted to be legalized in November, when would it take effect? Mel
  9. compiler

    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Once it becomes legalized, will there be any difference between MM and Rec M? Why would anyone need a MM card? Mel
  10. compiler

    Was this just bad RSO?

    I got that probably-bad batch from ROOTS. Previously, I had gotten a good batch from them. They did refund my money (they had no RSO to exchange). I then went to Dispo and got a new syringe (1 gm.). Tried it and the consistency is better (thicker, not watery). I tried it and it works fine. Mel
  11. compiler

    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    I'm hoping that means I can forget about the hassle of MM card renewals. (Mine will expire in late '19) Mel
  12. compiler

    Was this just bad RSO?

    I've been using RSO for severe spinal issues. Usually, it is fairly jelly-like, coming out of the syringe. The last batch was totally liquidy and had no effect whatsoever. It clearly didn't work. Does liquidy imply it ain't good stuff? Mel
  13. Would one still need the MM card/procedure? Mel
  14. compiler

    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    Someone is being untruthful here. Either the guy has a criminal record or he does not. Which is it? Mel
  15. compiler

    Dispensaries closed

    Thanks for the info
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