Frequently Asked Questions
Is it legal to get a medical marijuana card through telemedicine?
Yes, it is completely legal to get a medical marijuana recommendation from state-licensed doctors. You can get the card through the process of telemedicine. If you have a state-qualifying medical condition and your doctor approves the use of cannabis for medical reasons. Then you are eligible to purchase and utilize cannabis privately.
How to apply for a medical marijuana recommendation?
You can easily apply through the process of telemedicine. All you have to do is fill a medical form. Make sure that you fill all the details and complete the form carefully. Soon after the completion of the form, you will have a face-to-face consultation with a doctor. The doctor will study your medical records and analyze your medical condition based on the details you provide. If you qualify, you will receive an instant PDF copy of the letter via email. You can download the copy and print the copy for instant use.
Can I grow cannabis with the help of an MMJ card?
Yes, you can cultivate and possess marijuana if you live in California and you have a medical marijuana card. Although, the state cannabis laws allow an individual to cultivate up to six plants in a 100 ft square private property. You can also grow up to 12 immature plants as long as the growing limit suffices your medical needs. However, the provision of a medical marijuana license allows you to grow a higher limit of plants. You can get an MMJ license from us and use it to grow the higher limits of cannabis.
Can I consume cannabis in public places?
No, you are not allowed to consume cannabis in public places. Especially educational institutes, parks, health centers, and areas that prohibit smoking of any kind. In fact, not even for medicinal purposes. You can consume cannabis in a private place, inside your house, and within the premises of your property.
Can I use my card to get cannabis from out-of-state dispensaries?
Some states allow the use of out-of-state cannabis cards but California does not. This means that only California medical marijuana cardholders are allowed to access products and dispensaries.