Green Goods Minneapolis MN Philosophy – We believe that everyone has the right to feel good.
Plenty of people talk about wellness these days. And there’s a lot of debate about rightness. But what about plain old goodness?
We think it’s in far too short supply. Goodness eases pain, opens minds, and lifts spirits. Green Goods Minneapolis Dispensary‘s mission is to embrace and enable goodness – for our customers, our neighbors, and our planet. We feel very fortunate to be in a position to do all of those things. Thank Goodness.
Green Goods Minneapolis’ founder, Kyle Kingsley, MD, is a board-certified emergency medicine physician, serial entrepreneur, and inventor. He was inspired to launch Green Goods after encountering numerous patients who successfully used cannabis to effectively alleviate their pain and suffering.
Initially a medical cannabis skeptic, Dr. Kingsley’s position on the issue evolved over time, as he delved into the science that was absent from his medical school training and became intrigued by the small, but building body of clinical evidence around the medical use of cannabis as well as the increasing number of real world patient stories he observed first-hand.
One particularly moving story came from a Gulf War veteran — a six-foot male in his forties, father of two, originally from California — who had suffered a gunshot wound that resulted in a spinal cord injury. For years following the war, the vet continued to experience debilitating pain and muscle spasms in his legs that prevented him from leading a normal life. After a lengthy period of being prescribed large amounts of opiates with numerous adverse side effects – including constant states of sedation, dizziness, and nausea — he decided to try cannabis, which quickly provided him significant relief from his symptoms with little to no side-effects and helped pave the way for him to return to normal everyday life.
The Green Goods Minneapolis MN team is now focused on increasing awareness about the number of deaths caused each year from the use of highly addictive opioid pain medications such as oxycodone, morphine, hydromorphone and the illicit, related street drug heroin and conducting research on how medical cannabis could be used as a replacement to opioids.
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