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Medical Cannabis Delivery Methods: Tinctures

At LeafLine Labs we offer medical cannabis in a variety of forms, intended to help patients obtain the relief they seek in the most efficient way possible. One of these options is a tincture. In the simplest definition, our tincture is a mixture of cannabis oil and alcohol. Tinctures are one of the easiest cannabis products to use without any combustion, smoke, or even vapor.

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My Medical Cannabis Story: A Letter From Lee

Hi, First and foremost I want to thank everyone at LeafLine Labs for all of the life-changing work you do. It is not just a job, a task for you, but a mission to help people live with less pain and more happiness. A few weeks before I had my first dose of Heather, I was in constant pain. I suffer from severe and persistent muscle spasms, extreme pain from spinal stenosis, and nerve damage. I also have fibromyalgia and was not having any luck with a variety of prescription medications. I have two beautiful little girls and I was no longer able to hold them without pain and almost immediate intense spasms. Due to narcotic pain meds, I started retaining urine and had to use a catheter. At 33, this was a crushing moment for me. I started to think about my future and what was in store for

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Medical Cannabis & Tourette Syndrome: TJ’s Story

Meet TJ, an active 12-year-old boy who loves riding his bike, sports, and legos. In October, we had the pleasure of meeting TJ, his family, and their many furry friends – including a rabbit named Bunny Sanders. TJ is the youngest of four siblings.

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Intolerable vs. Intractable: A Medical Cannabis Patient’s Story

On August 1, 2016, Ralph became the first patient in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program to meet with a pharmacist to treat Intractable Pain. Since beginning treatment with medical cannabis, Ralph has seen an incredible improvement in his quality of life, while his pain has decreased significantly. Here is Ralph’s story…

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Medical Cannabis & Muscle Spasms: Pete’s Story

Growing up, Pete LePage was always on the go; he started downhill ski racing as a five-year-old and continued competing through high school. The outdoor enthusiast lost his mobility in a 3-wheeler crash accident at age 21, yet Pete still skis (as a mono-skier), travels, leads a boy scout troop and works on over-the-road trucks as a mechanic – making the most out of every day he can.

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Medical Cannabis & Glaucoma: Erin’s Story

After suffering a significant traumatic brain injury, Erin Delaney was diagnosed with Multiple Mechanism Glaucoma, a type of optic nerve damage with several difficult factors that make it hard to treat. With the help of her glaucoma specialist, she has explored every avenue to manage her condition’s symptoms.

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Medical Cannabis & Cancer: Tom’s Story

Shortly after Tom retired in September 2015, he discovered he had skin cancer. He immediately underwent a procedure to remove two areas, one on the side of his head and the other on his cheek. Things went well for several months, but started to take a turn for the worst in the spring of 2016. Come July, after experiencing extreme fatigue, nausea, and a severe lack of appetite for several months, Tom was diagnosed with John Hodgkins Lymphoma

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Medical Cannabis & Terminal Illness: Patrick’s Story

Patrick Harder of Longville, Minnesota passed away peacefully on December 27, 2016. He was surrounded by his wife and family in the comfort of his home. “He passed beautifully. He passed the way he wanted. He got his wishes, he got his miracle. I thank you guys so much for taking his pain away. I can’t tell you the relief he got…it’s huge,” Patti, his wife, reflects.

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Medical Cannabis & Multiple Sclerosis: Erin’s Story

During one of her darkest periods, Erin, a St. Cloud resident, recalls thinking, “How can anything possibly come back to me when everything is gone—nothing is working? My bladder is not working. My voice is not working. I can’t see. I can’t even hold a fork. How is this possible that things can come back?”

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