In short, yes. The passage of Prop 64 means that you can now possess up to an ounce of cannabis. However, dispensaries will not be licensed to actually sell recreational cannabis until 2018. This means that you will still need to have a medical cannabis card in order to purchase cannabis products – unless the cannabis is gifted to you.
Yes, you still need a medical card. You are allowed have up to an ounce of cannabis flower, legally. However, it is unlikely that dispensaries will be licensed to sell recreational cannabis until 2018. Until then, you will need to use your medical cannabis card to purchase cannabis products.
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We're the #1 rated online medical marijuana doctor. Thousands of Californians have received valid medical marijuana recommendations from PrestoDoctor. You can read hundreds of reviews of happy PrestoDoctor customers at Trustpilot and Facebook.
All our medical marijuana recommendations are issued in full compliance with California Proposition 215 and California Senate Bill 420. Our doctors are state-licensed medical professionals with active medical licenses, and are 100% compliant with state requirements for medical professionals issuing recommendations for medical marijuana.
In order to purchase medical marijuana in California you must receive a written, verifiable recommendation from a California board-certified physician.
PrestoDoctor is entirely online for your convenience. You will have a video conference with one of our California-licensed physicians for a medical marijuana evaluation. Appointments are generally completed in 10-15 minutes.
We have different prices for different states. The price includes everything you need: your appointment, paper recommendation, ID card, customized treatment plan, and shipping. There are no additional taxes or fees.
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Are you in Nevada?
You must be at least 18 years old to use PrestoDoctor.
No! In California and Nevada, consuming cannabis in public is still illegal. Cannabis cannot be consumed in public areas, even if tobacco is allowed.
Sorry, we do not currently accept insurance. All major credit and debit cards are accepted.
You need computer with a webcam and microphone (or smartphone), and proof of identity.
Once a doctor approves your recommendation, you will receive a PDF copy via email within 30 minutes. The physical copy is generally mailed out same-day and usually arrives within a few business days. We also offer expedited shipping options.
PrestoDoctor provides 24/7, 365 verification via four methods:
Absolutely not, PrestoDoctor respects patient privacy. We take security and privacy seriously - your records remain safe and confidential. Medical records are available upon patient request.
Possessing a California medical marijuana recommendation allows patients to legally grow, consume, possess and transport cannabis as your medicine under California Prop 215. This is only a California state law; the federal government does not recognize medical marijuana.
A recommendation is the official piece of paper that provides the doctor's approval to use cannabis as a medication. The ID card provides validity of this recommendation in a more portable and compact form. Please be advised that the letter is the official documentation. PrestoDoctor provides you with both a physical and emailed copy of this letter for convenience.
This is entirely your choice. We have partner dispensaries and delivery services that offer a seamless experience for PrestoDoctor patients. Call or chat with us for advice on dispensaries in your area, we are here to help.
This depends on the medical condition and the doctor's decision on treatment. Generally, recommendations are valid for a year.
A prescription is something that an authorized medical professional prescribes to treat an ailment. A recommendation is something that a doctor approves or recommends as an alternative treatment. There is no such thing as a "prescription" for medical marijuana. A medical marijuana recommendation will help you gain legal access to medical cannabis. If physicians or clinics claim they will write you a prescription for marijuana, chances are you have encountered a fraud.
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
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