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There is scientific & some clinical evidence that supports the medical use of cannabinoids for treating pain. DCS members are finding relief in cannabis with practically no side effects.

Our goal is to support, inform & empower Doctors Choice patients and their families while providing them with safe access to this powerful medicine. The purpose of this site is to provide you with convenient access to the necessary paperwork needed for joining Doctors Choice Services and to have the ability to request personalized information regarding medicinal uses of hemp products.

DCS offers only high-quality cannabinoids and terpenes carefully extracted from hemp that is free of pesticides, solvents, residuals, and GMOs. We look forward to helping you, your family, and loved ones in your path to well-being. Welcome to Doctors Choice Services.




What is CBD?

Cаnnаbіdіоl (CBD) іѕ one of thе mоѕt рrоmіnеnt nоn-рѕусhоасtіvе соmроunds рrеѕеnt іn the Cаnnаbіѕ Sativa рlаnt. These соmроundѕ are rеfеrrеd tо аѕ саnnаbіnоіdѕ. There are over 500 natural compounds found in the cannabis plant, and about 85 of them fall in the category of cannabinoid plants. CBD аnd оthеr cannabinoids, lіkе tеrреnеѕ аnd tеtrаhуdrосаnnаbіnоl (THC), аrе rеѕроnѕіblе fоr thе medicinal рrореrtіеѕ оf thе саnnаbіѕ рlаnt. Unlike THC, CBD is nonpsychoactive; therefore it doesn’t produce the feeling of being “high” when taken by a user. It is classified as a phytocannabinoid and provides a multitude of health and medicinal benefits. Lіkе mаnу оthеr саnnаbіnоіdѕ, CBD is extracted and separated from specific varieties of cannabis, often known as hemp. CBD is the second most abundant compound in hemp, typically representing up to 40% of its extracts.

History of CBD, Cannabis & Hemp

While many people are just now learning about CBD, cannabis and the hemp plant have long been used for a variety of purposes. Evidence of hemp rope was found via an imprint in broken Chinese pottery from about 10,000 B.C. A remnant of hemp cloth dating back to 8,000 B.C. was found by archaeologists in ancient Mesopotamia (now Iran and Iraq). 

Up until the cotton gin was invented, hemp was the most popular fibers for textiles. Hemp had many other uses as well. The Chinese used hemp to make durable bow strings and paper. 

In the Middle Ages, hemp was used to make sails for ships. In fact, the word “canvas” comes from “cannabis” and means “made from hemp.” It was also used for therapeutic purposes: 

2700 B.C. Emperor Shen Neng was one of the first major leaders to prescribe cannabis tea to treat various illnesses. According to legend, a Chinese medical encyclopedia called Pen Ts’ao from around 2700 BC lists cannabis as a treatment for menstruation, gout, rheumatism, malaria, beriberi, constipation, and absent-mindedness. 

1550 A.D. The Ebers Papyrus, an Egyptian medical text book from around 1550 BC, mentions the use of hemp to alleviate pain and inflammation, and to relieve depression and other psychological problems. 

200 A.D. The first recorded use of cannabis as an anesthetic during surgery by Chinese surgeon Hua Tuo.
100-1000s A.D. Cannabis was integrated into folk medicine for treatment of tumors cough and jaundice during the Middle Ages in Europe. 

Late 1700s Irish Doctor William O’Shaughnessy suggested using hemp seeds and roots to treat various health problems, including skin inflammation and incontinence. 

1800s-1900s Cannabis was widely utilized as a patented medicine in the U.S. during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Cannabis was even prescribed to Queen Victoria for menstrual cramps.

Cannabis Plant Overview

Cannabis has two primary species — hemp and marijuana. The distinction between cannabis, hemp, and marijuana is confusing for many people, and some consider the three terms to mean the same thing; this is not the case. Here is the simplest way to understand the differences between hemp and marijuana:  There are two primary classifications cannabis —Indica and Sativa.  Hеmр аnd marijuana аrе both mеmbеrѕ оf the Cаnnаbіѕ Sаtіvа fаmіlу. Whіlе they share ѕіmіlаrіtіеѕ, thеу are twо distinct рlаntѕ wіth distinct рrореrtіеѕ. 

Bоth hemp and mаrіjuаnа соntаіn Tеtrаhуdrосаnnаbіnоl (THC), the рѕусhоасtіvе соmроund that produces thе “hіgh” еffесt; аnd Cаnnаbіdіоl (CBD), a non-psychoactive соmроund that dоеѕ nоt gеt уоu “high.”  § Mаrіjuаnа іѕ hіgh in THC аnd low іn CBD § Hеmр is hіgh in CBD аnd lоw іn THC  A рlаnt must соntаіn lеѕѕ than 0.3 реrсеnt of THC to bе considered hеmр.

The Benefits of CBD

he use of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) in medicine is nothing new, but hemp, in the form of CBD, has experienced an amazing resurgence and is widely used as a natural remedy for many ailments. Today, our customers take CBD for relief from insomnia, depression, anxiety, migraines, acne, muscle pain, rheumatism, chronic pain and much more. Because CBD is similar to the chemicals naturally created by our bodies, it can help reduce symptoms better than some synthetic drugs — and without harmful side effects. CBD may be helpful in treating or preventing: 

  • Inflammatory and neuropathic pain
  • Diabetes
  • Nicotine addiction
  • Dementia-related conditions (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s etc.)
  • Cancer
  • Anxiety
  • Acne
  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Insomnia

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Among our chronic pain consumers we learn that:

  • medical cannabis use is associated with an 84% decrease in opioid use,
  • by way of titrating down from opioids and other medications for chronic pain treatment
  • decreased number and side effects from opioid medications,
  • an improved quality of life,
  • and find the benefit and side effect profile of cannabis to be greater than these other classes of medications alone.
  • Chronic Pain
     Arthritis
     Fibromyalgia
     Migraines
     Osteoporosis
     Lumbar Vertebrae Compressions
     Bursitis
     Plantar Fasciitis
  • Hypertension
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Cancer
  • Psoriasis (topical, and arthritic)
  • Dermatology – Acne
  • Transition from Opioid Use
  • Decrease current Opioid Regimen
  • Titrate down and transition from Opioid Use
  • Supplement current medication regimen
     Pain relief
     Chemotherapy
  • Replace current Opioid Regimen
  • Primary pain relief treatment
  • Promote hemostasis