In order to be exempt from paying the sales tax at dispensaries, you will need to take one more step and register for your Medical Marijuana Identification Card. This can be done through your county. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you through this process!
In order to be a caregiver for a California patient you will need to complete a Caregiver Form. This form can be obtained by PrestoDoctor after your completed appointment. Simply reach out to us through live chat or email at email@example.com. When visiting a dispensary as a caregiver, you will need to bring the Caregiver…
Your California cannabis recommendation will only be accepted in California and Nevada. In order to use your California recommendation in Nevada you will need a passport or non-Nevada ID. No other states will accept a California recommendation.
To purchase cannabis products, you will need to go to a licensed dispensing facility, most commonly called a “dispensary”. You can look up storefront and delivery dispensaries through https://weedmaps.com.
Essentially, no. Medical cannabis and recreational cannabis are the same product. However, some dispensaries may sell flower, oil, and other products, recreationally, that are un-tested. As a medical patient, you will have access to higher quality products, higher potency products, products that are tested for quality assurance, and higher grow and possession limits.
Nope! PrestoDoctor respects patient privacy and is 100% HIPAA compliant. We take security and privacy seriously – your records remain safe and confidential. Medical records are available upon patient request.
No, we can not recommend that you possess anything more than the law allows. For the possession and grow limits in your area, please consult with this guide: canorml.org/medical-marijuana/local-growing-limits-in-california
You must be at least 18 years old in order to be evaluated.
Yes and no! If you’re between the ages of 18-20 you will still need a medical card in CA in order to purchase from dispensaries. If you keep your medical card, and register within your county for your Medical Marijuana Identification Card (MMIC) you can also save up to 20% on the new cannabis taxes….
To become a California medical marijuana patient, you must qualify with one of the following conditions: • Cancer • Anorexia • Anxiety • AIDS • Chronic pain • Cachexia • Persistent muscle spasms, including those associated with multiple sclerosis • Seizures, including, but not limited to, those associated with epilepsy • Severe nausea • Glaucoma…