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When Californian voters approved Proposition 64 last year, their main motivation was simple: Allowing Californians to part of the state’s emerging medical cannabis movement and receive complete legal protection for their medical marijuana use. But the implementation of recreational marijuana policy; not so simple. From January 2018, individuals 21 years and older will be able to purchase cannabis legally. But there’s a catch. Not every citizen will be able to buy it. The truth is that most cities are still not prepared to introduce the much-anticipated laws since the Bureau of Cannabis Control is still in the midst of developing an online system for businesses to apply for operating licenses.
Yes, our service is legal. Every doctor is a licensed physician in the state of California and their credentials are verified through the medical board. MEDCARDNOW is backed by secure HIPAA Compliant policies to ensure safety, security, and legality.
Often times, cost savings are afforded to patients vs adult use consumers who pay higher taxes for some of the same products. Some states allow for access to stronger medicines, a larger variety of product selections, or even the ability to cultivate a certain number of plants allowed by the laws.
There are numerous ways to use cannabis. You can smoke or vaporize it. You can eat it. There are tinctures and oils you can use sublingually. There are pills and suppositories as well as transdermal applications such as lotions and patches.
The short answer is yes. The longer one is, it depends on the state. If you are in another state that recognizes your card, you must abide by the regulations for that particular state including possession limits. Check out this resourceful guide to see which states allow cannabis, and from there call dispensaries near where you plan to visit to ensure they will accept your card.
Individuals who have been diagnosed with a covered medical condition and are residents of California are able to obtain medical marijuana. A designated caregiver who is registered with the state will also be allowed to obtain it on behalf of a patient.
If you are considering medical marijuana as a therapy, talk to our expert physician. Our doctors know about the uses of cannabis perfectly, they will help to regarding your condition.
Although cannabis has been used as a medicine for a long time, each person reacts to it differently. Our doctors can help you to determine if cannabis is the right holistic treatment for you, as well as which form of cannabis will most effectively treat your condition.
No, you are not obligated to apply for a state-issued ID card, or to join a state registry. You will receive a hard copy recommendation letter that is signed by the doctor after your evaluation. We do advise that you carry a hard copy of your recommendation as you will need it for verification purposes at dispensaries. You will also have the option of acquiring a recommendation card which is a much smaller and a more convenient version of the recommendation letter.
The health and safety of our patients is our top priority. Our physicians come from a variety of specialties including nutrition, pain management, psychology, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, women’s health, general medicine, stem cell medicine, and more. In addition, they have access to the latest reference materials. This enables them to stay informed on the most important details of how cannabis interacts with physical and mental health.
Our qualified marijuana doctors are available 7 days a week between 8am-10pm.
Anyone over the age of 18 that believes that medical marijuana will help alleviate their symptoms or medical conditions is eligible for medical marijuana evaluation in California.
If a licensed physician identifies cannabis as a potential treatment for your health condition, they may write out a recommendation. With that recommendation you are able to purchase and consume medical marijuana in accordance with the law.
Any illness where the medical use of marijuana has been considered appropriate and recommended by a licensed physician. Some of the qualifying conditions are:
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