Our Medical and Administrative Team
Intessa has been assisting medical marijuana patients in Michigan since 2010. If you would like to learn more about our team, click here.
OUR PROMISE: Intessa medical marijuana clinic will provide a discrete, safe and comfortable environment for you to legally obtain a Registry Card in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP). Intessa is your advocate for evaluating your qualifying condition, developing your defendable medical file, and completing the necessary paperwork required by the State. Our Doctors are 100% compliant and dedicated to the concept that Medical Marijuana is the best natural pain reliever available for depression, anxiety, chronic pain, cancer, and a variety of other conditions that affect the quality of life. We have never had our Doctor’s recommendation for use of Medical Marijuana rejected by the State. The Intessa medical marijuana clinic guarantees that you will obtain a two-year Registry Card or all your money will be refunded. Our doors have been continuously open since 2010. We want to be your medical marijuana certification clinic for life.
WHAT THE MMMP CARD DOES FOR YOU
It allows you to legally possess, transfer, and use up to 2.5 ounces of Medical Marijuana and to grow up to 12 marijuana plants. The fact that you have a Registry Card is protected by State Law and you may choose to keep your ownership completely private. If you would prefer not to grow marijuana plants for your own use, you may secure a Caregiver who will do this for you at some reasonable charge. The Card is also a prerequisite for purchasing products at a dispensary. When transporting the medicine, you must carry it in the trunk of your car. Smoking medical marijuana in public is, of course, not an acceptable practice.
THE MMMP CARD PROCESS
Although the process to obtain the MMMP Card can seem daunting at times, it only involves three steps. Keep in mind that you must follow the State’s instructions exactly or you will become one of more than 20,000 patients rejected by the State.