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Medical Marijuana for Adults

If you’re 21 years or older and live in one of the 33 states with legalized medical marijuana laws, you can access cannabis for medical reasons if you have a qualifying health condition. But you need a recommendation from a medical practitioner who issues authorization.

Once you have your medical marijuana card, you can visit any dispensary and purchase medical marijuana. All medical marijuana patient information is 100% confidential and cannot be shared with 3rd parties without patient consent.

Medical Marijuana for Minors

If you’re below 21 years and have a qualifying condition, you can access and use medical marijuana. In most medical marijuana use states, minors can access medical marijuana if they have a caregiver or guardian who’s at least 18-21 years old (it may vary in some states).

Both the designated caregiver and the minor are entered into the Medical Marijuana Authorization Database. A medical marijuana card is issued for the minor and a caregiver’s card for the guardian. The guardian can then purchase medical marijuana at any dispensary.

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Benefits of Having a Medical Marijuana Card

You are exempted for the Marijuana Tax: Marijuana attracts a high sale tax. However, medical cannabis and its products have a lower sales tax. Therefore, if you have the card, you enjoy a significant percentage of marijuana tax exemptions.

There are fewer purchase restrictions: With a medical marijuana card, you enjoy higher limits compared to people without one. For instance, for the general public in California, while patients with the card can access up to 8 ounces.

You are allowed to grow your own Marijuana: Having a medical marijuana card not only ensures you have easy access to cannabis but helps you cut down your costs significantly as users with a medical card can grow their cannabis at home.

You can benefit from high potency limits: With a marijuana medical card, you can purchase a much higher threshold of medical cannabis from medical dispensaries.

You can buy cannabis at a discounted price: You can enjoy accessing marijuana products at discounted prices if you have a medical marijuana card.

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Yes! Our licensed, board-certified doctors comply with HIPAA and all other laws. They are experienced telehealth experts who can provide a medical marijuana recommendation in your state.

A medical marijuana doctor’s recommendation enables you to apply for a medical marijuana card in your state, authorizing you to access medical marijuana and all its other benefits.

Our nationwide team of mmj doctors is available 24 hours a day. A doctor from your state will review your information and provide a medical cannabis recommendation remotely.

If you have chronic or persistent pain consistent with a disease recognized in your state, you can probably qualify for medical marijuana. Many sufferers of epilepsy diseases only qualify.

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