- You can schedule a video chat with our licensed physicians for a medical marijuana evaluation. We also do walk-ins, and appointments at our local clinics.
Do I need an appointment?
What do I need to bring for my evaluation?
- For your evaluation bring a valid California ID, your old recommendation or medical records for new patients.
Can I renew if it is expired?
- As long as you’ve had a recommendation before we can do a renewal no matter if it is expired or from another doctor.
Can I renew if it is from another Doctor?
- Yes, we can renew from other doctors, as long as you’ve had one before.
What if my license is from out of state?
- If you can provide proof of California residence you can still be evaluated. Examples of proof of residency are: a utility bill, paycheck or pay stub, hunting license, affidavit from a homeless shelter, conceal carry license, residential lease, IRS check, student ID, or bank statement.
How long is the recommendation good for?
- The recommendation is valid for a year.
Will my recommendation be verifiable 24/7?
- Yes, you can be verified on our online verification system 24/7 or by phone during our normal business hours if necessary.
When will I receive my official medical recommendation letter and card?
- Yes, once you have been evaluated and approved you will receive a medical marijuana recommendation certificate via email within 30 minutes. The physical copy will arrive in 3-5 business days. We also offer expedited shipping options.
WHAT AILMENTS QUALIFY FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS IN CALIFORNIA
Patients in California diagnosed with the following ailments qualify for California Medical Marijuana law:
Any chronic or debilitating disease or treatment of such diseases:
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
- Chronic pain
- Persistent muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spasms associated with multiple sclerosis
- Seizures, including, but not limited to, seizures associated with epilepsy
- Severe nausea
- HIV infection Anorexia
- ADD, ADHD
- Depression Anxiety Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- PMS symptoms/periods