Advanced Holistic Health: It's The Science of Healing with... ahh! ™       ☺☻☺   24/7 Live-Person Verification   ☻☺☻


Seattle (SODO) ................................... 2726 3rd Ave South, Seattle, WA 98124 (Previously: Queen Anne, Seattle)
Issaquah (Gilman Blvd.) .................... 160 NW Gilman Blvd., Suite C, Issaquah, WA 98027 (Previously: Eastgate, Bellevue)

       (425) 449-9393 ... Main Clinic Phone, All Clinics ... Medical Records FAX: (206) 826-6399
       (888) 508-5428 ... 24/7 Live Patient Verification



Cannabis Patient Information


FAQ: YOU have Q's: We have the answers!

Printable Medical Records Request Form

Clinic Calendar with Google Map Links

The 10,000-year World History of Marijuana

FOX News on the "Cannabis Controversy"

Washington State Medical Marijuana FAQ

ACLU's Medical Marijuana Brochure

Medical Marijuana Law RCW 69.51A.010

Medical Marijuana WAC 246-75-010

Department of Justice 2009 Memorandum

VA Allows Access and Use by Veterans

Washington State MedMj "What's New?"



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The Ahh! clinic is open 7-days a week between two convenient holistic centers: Seattle (SODO) and Issaquah (Gilman Blvd.). Always keeping to our mission of excellence we also have live real-person 24/7 patient verification and appointment scheduling. Find relief with our alternative therapies. Ahh... Questions? Check out the FAQ (link on the left side of the screen) or just call our clinic anytime at (425) 449-9393.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER: Are you a health care provider with an interest in cannabis therapeutics? We are looking for a clinically strong health care provider to join our practice for part time coverage. Send inquiry and resume to info (at) advanced holistic health (dot) org.





The CANNABINOIDS are groups of natural chemical compounds found only in the cannabis plant. They affect the body and mind through their interaction with special receptors throughout the body (called CB1 and CB2). These cannabinoid receptors are richly present throughout the immune, digestive, reproductive, central and peripheral nervous systems of both humans and animals. The selective activation of these receptors with the different cannabinoids is what leads to the wide variety of medicinal effects and the extensive healing properties of cannabis. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 2009 (Vol.30 No.10 pp.515-527).

"Marijuana, in it's natural form, is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man ... One must reasonably conclude that there is accepted safety for use of marijuana under medical supervision. To conclude otherwise, on the record, would be unreasonable, arbitrary, and capricious"
- DEA Administrative Law Judge Francis J. young, 1988.