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Qualifying Condition Focus

Tourette’s Syndrome is pending approval to become a qualifying condition for the New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program. Tourette’s Syndrome is a nervous system disorder that causes sudden movements or sounds, called tics. The two types of tics are motor tics and vocal tics. Motor tics include arm or head jerking, blinking, making a face, mouth twitching or shoulder shrugging. Vocal tics include shouting, grunting, barking, yelping, clearing throats, repeating someone’s words and others.


Anecdotal evidence shows cannabis
to be helpful in treating symptoms of Tourette’s Syndrome.

More than 100,000 Americas have mild to severe Tourette’s Syndrome. The cause of Tourette’s syndrome is still widely unknown, but it’s thought that genes play a role in the disease. This syndrome has been linked to different parts of the brain, one of which is known as the basal ganglia, which helps control body movements. Treatment for Tourette’s Syndrome include pharmaceuticals that work with dopamine levels in the brain, blood pressure medicine and antidepressants.

Anecdotal evidence shows cannabis to be helpful in treating symptoms of Tourette’s Syndrome.
Muller-Vahl et. al found that cannabis sativa and THC had beneficial influences on the symptoms of Tourette’s Syndrome including a significant reduction of motor and vocal tics and obsessive-compulsive disorder using the self-rating scale.


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CSATC Expansion Progress

CSATC has received approval from the Bellmawr Township Municipal Board to start construction at our new dispensary location. Our new dispensary will be located directly across from our current location at 111 Coolidge Avenue. We are hoping to move into the new location by February. The new location will be used as our dispensary and current facility will be modified into our growing, processing and packaging facility.


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Raising Awareness and Helping The Community Around Us

CSATC has been active these past months, raising awareness of medical cannabis and helping out the local community. We discussed different aspects and benefits of medical cannabis with Bancroft NeuroRehab, a rehabilitation and assisted living center for those with neurological disorders, and HollyDELL, an organization that serves thousands of children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and other physical and medical challenges. We believe that organizations like these can add cannabis to their broad spectrum of treatment options, and we will continue advocating to increase patients’ access to cannabis for its amazing palliative effects!

We have also recently contributed to the Bellmawr War Memorial that will open on Veterans Day and to our local Bellmawr Police Department. Our donation to Bellmawr PD was for a heroin field tests to verify a person’s possession of the drug.

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Patient Recipe: Blueberry Green Dragon Sugar

Blueberry is a heavy indica, great for insomnia, spasms, and body pains. This cannabis sugar can be used in tea, coffee, and can even be used to cook or bake with!
1 Cup Granulated Sugar
½ Cup Everclear
¼ Cup Cannabis(Decarboxylated)
Take decarboxylated/activated cannabis and place in mason jar with everclear.
Shake vigorously for 15 minutes.
Preheat oven to 150 degrees.
Strain plant material out of everclear tincture and mix strained everclear with sugar.
Place on shallow sheet and place in oven for about one hour.
Check consistency. Sugar should be only slightly sticky.
Take out of oven and let cool, then break sugar up.
You now have cannabis sugar!

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Strain Highlight: Indica Dominant Blueberry

CSATC carries an indica dominant Blueberry strain that produces happy, relaxed and sleepy effects. Blueberry’s lineage is traced to the American breeder DJ Short, who developed the strain while working with a variety of exotic landrace strains. Winning the High Times Cannabis Cup 2000 Best Indica strain, our patients are praising Blueberry for its versatile indica traits. Click to see more strain highlights.

What patients are saying:

Blueberry is the strong indica strain you’ve been looking for.
Producing a heavy and sustained body high, it reduces pain within the body and mind.In my case, it is a lot of gastrointestinal and cervical spine pain. Blueberry takes care of all of it! If anxiety has its grip on you,
let this strain help you relax as it couch locks and slowly sedates you.

Tranquil is the only word that I can truly describe this strain.
Definitely a nigh strain! My new favorite for sleep!


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New Strain Announcement

Pineapple Express is one of the seven new stains that Compassionate Sciences™ ATC is growing. This sativa-dominant hybrid is a cross of Trainwreck and Hawaiian. With happy, uplifting and euphoric effects, this strain is ideal for daytime use with its energizing effects! Pineapple Express will be available for sale shortly after we receive state test results. Stay tuned for announcements about our other new strains in future newsletters.

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Patient Recipe: Blue Dream Baked Apples with a Medicated Carmel Sauce

Blue Dream is a sativa dominant strain with sweet and berry scents that pairs perfectly with the sweet flavor of the baked apples. Blue Dream is ideal for stress, chronic pain, PTSD, Anxiety and Nausea.



3 Granny Smith Apples

3 Pink Lady Apples

1 Tbsp Warm Water

2 tsp Cornstarch

2 Tbsp CannaButter (infused with Blue Dream)

Juice from 1⁄2 Lemon

1 tsp Cinnamon (Plus more for sprinkling)

1⁄3 C. Granulated Sugar (Plus more for sprinkling)

1 Pie Crust

1 Large Beaten Egg

1⁄2 Syringe Cannabis Extract Oil

Caramel Sauce




• Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

• Peel and dice one green and one red apple.

• Slice off tops of remaining apples and use melon baller to hollow out the inside.

• Set aside.

• In a small bowl, whisk together warm water and cornstarch.

• In small saucepan over medium heat, melt cannabutter.

• Add diced apples, lemon juice, cinnamon, and sugar.

• Bring to a simmer and cook until apples are tender; about five minutes.

• Add in cornstarch mixture and cook 5 minutes more.

• Place hollowed out apples in a baking dish and fill with cooked apple mixture.

• On a piece of wax paper, roll out pie dough and cut into 4 circles.

• Slice each circle into thin strips. Make a lattice top on each apples, trimming any excess.

• Brush crust with egg wash and sprinkle with more cinnamon sugar.

• Bake until apples are tender and crust is golden, 28-30 minutes.

• Heat caramel sauce on stove and add half syringe of cannabis extract oil until incorporated.

• Drizzle apples with caramel sauce and serve!


Start small and see how you feel before eating more! 

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Strain Highlight: Blue Dream

CSATC provides a sativa dominant Blue Dream strain that provides happy, relaxed, euphoric, uplifted and creative effects that patients say works exceptional for stress, depression, chronic pain, insomnia, PTSD, anxiety and much more.


Originating in California, Blue Dream has sweet and berry scents which can be traced to its parents—Blueberry and Haze.  Patients are reporting that Blue Dream provides them symptom relief without heavy sedative effects making this strain optimal for morning and daytime use.

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New Dispensery Manager

Bridgette Fonseca, Dispensary Manager

Compassionate Sciences™ ATC is happy to announce that Bridgette Fonseca has stepped in as our new dispensary manager. Bridgette has been with CSATC since our opening in October 2015.  With comprehensive knowledge of daily dispensary operations and state regulations, Bridgette is excited and prepared to guide the CSATC staff in providing thousands of patients with high quality medicinal cannabis. Prior to her time at CSATC, Bridgette worked in the pharmaceutical industry for five years as a pharmacy technician, where she was responsible for daily inventory logs, counting medicine and filling prescriptions. Not only has Bridgette’s past experience prepared her for the many facets of managing our facility, but her passion for helping patients and compassionate personality fits perfectly with our mission of helping relieve the pain and suffering that our patients experience.

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Public Hearing for New Qualifying Conditions

The New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program is moving closer to adding new qualifying conditions including Chronic Pain related to Musculoskeletal Disorders, Migraines, Anxiety, Chronic Pain of Visceral Origin and Tourette’s Syndrome. The Medicinal Marijuana Review Panel is holding a public hearing on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 for all those wishing to make oral comments to the panel. The panel will take comments from 10 -11 a.m. in the Turning Point Conference Room of the War Memorial, 1 Memorial Drive, Trenton, New Jersey. Click for directions


The panel is also accepting written comments until Sept. 25 from those who can’t make the public hearing. With the hope of helping thousands of suffering patients, CSATC has submitted its written comments in support of approving the new conditions. We encourage all patients and physicians to attend and comment in person at the public hearing or submitting comments in written form in advance.


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