Good intention was the first clinic to open its doors in Chicago becoming the first of its kind in the state of Illinois. There is no flashy sign outside the clinic and the only one against the window reads “Medical marijuana may be right for you.”
Good intentions in Chicago is part of a family of Good intentions clinics under the stewardship of Tammi Jacobi, a director with vast experience in the field of medical marijuana.
Beginning with their clinic in Michigan, 2013, Good Intentions has been working with medical marijuana patients for five years.
With outstanding consumer feedback citing high level of expertise and broad knowledge with regards medical marijuana strains, Good intentions can be trusted to delivery.
Good Intentions is also affiliated with the Thomas Jefferson Project, a patient advocacy organization that is driven by its belief in the acceptance of Medical Marijuana as medicine in all states and around the world, following physicians’ prescriptions.
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