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Get Your MMJ Green Card with Green Dream Doctors
Are you curious about medical marijuana? Are you wondering how you can become an MMJ patient and how to qualify for your medical marijuana green card? Are you looking for an evaluation service you can trust?
No worries, we’ve got you covered.
At Green Dream Doctors, we are your one-stop shop for all your medical marijuana needs. We are the best medical marijuana certification clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable doctors and physicians are compassionate, caring, and eager to help you with your medical situation.
We know just how daunting it can be trying to get your MMJ green card, especially if you’re a first-timer. This is why we take the time to explain the process in detail to you, and then help you through it. Our team of trusted physicians know exactly what they need to do to help you through the process and get you where you need to be with as few bumps in the road as possible.
Want to know more about the medical marijuana certification process? Here is a short step-by-step guide to show you the qualification process works.
How to Become an MMJ Patient
1. Gather Medical Records
In order to get your MMJ card, you need to have medical records that show you have a medical condition that qualifies you for the card. Don’t have any records? We might be able to help. Give us a call (602) 910 9628 and we’ll see how we can help.
2. See One of Our Physicians
The next step in the process is to see one of our physicians. They will examine you in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere and help make sure that your condition will qualify. If for some reason you end up not qualifying for the medical marijuana green card at the end of the process, you will not be charged for this visit.
3. Patient Application Upload
The same day as your evaluation with the physician, we will upload your application to be processed by the Arizona Department of Health Services. We upload the application for you for free and help you monitor where your application is in the process. Once your application is approved you should receive your card in the mail.
In addition to helping you qualify for your MMJ green card, we also do renewals. If you’ve already been through the process and know the drill, we can easily help you with your renewal so you won’t have to stress. We also have a variety of coupons that on our website that you can get special deals from.
Experienced and compassionate physicians, services that won’t break the bank, and a knowledgeable staff of professionals that are eager and ready to help: what more could you ask from a medical marijuana certification clinic?
If you have any other questions on how to become a medical marijuana patient, please feel free to let us know.Greendreamdoctors@gmail.com
We’ll see what we can do to help. Schedule your appointment today!
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Californians Can Now Buy Recreational and Medical Cannabis in One Place, But Medical is Still Better - Here's Why
California Governor Jerry Brown and fellow legislators in the state made a bold proposal this past June, suggesting that marijuana dispensaries be permitted to sell both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana at the same facilities. This recommendation for a new "co-location rule" was a welcome move to the cannabis industry, which has long sought this capability in order to reduce costs, in part by reducing the amount of dispensaries needing to be in operation. The California legislature approved legalizing medical cannabis in 2015, and voters approved legalizing recreational cannabis in 2016.

A concern addressed by opponents to the move is that medical marijuana can be sold to minors while recreational marijuana can only be sold to adults 21 years of age or older. In addition, medical marijuana purchase requires a medical cannabis card, issued by the state to individuals who procure a valid doctor's recommendation, while recreational marijuana purchase has no such requirement. This would create a burden on dispensaries to properly monitor and control access to the facility and its products to ensure only properly qualified individuals are served, and a burden on government authorities to oversee that such measures are, indeed, taking place. On the flip side, by cutting the number of dispensaries in a given town or city potentially in half, the law enforcement costs in those places could drop dramatically.

The concept of colocation can be traced back two decades to the beginnings of the internet and the genesis of big data. Like the cannabis industry, the internet industry requires extensive resources in the way of electricity, climate control, storage, security and data. The shift toward colocation allowed the consolidating of resources to be used for multiple applications. Other forms of colocation in relation to the cannabis industry being discussed and debated in states where medical and/or recreational cannabis is legal are:

* colocation of cannabis and alcohol sales, as is being done in Alberta, Canada
* colocation of cannabis cultivation and manufacturing with cannabis sales

One might wonder, if the two branches of the marijuana industry were merged as Governor Brown and California legislators have so proposed, what would be the difference between recreational and medical marijuana sales to the individual who qualifies for both. What would be the advantage of buying one over the other? Most significantly, recreational marijuana will likely be much more expensive than medical marijuana. In part, this is because the state government will impose a high tax on recreational marijuana that will not be imposed on medical marijuana. It is, therefore, still beneficial to get a medical marijuana card.

The proposal by Governor Brown and cohorts was part of a larger batch of proposal made regarding the state's overall budget. Included was another proposal related to marijuana, making it an infraction to possess opened marijuana products inside a motor vehicle. This is not unlike the law California already has prohibiting open containers of alcohol inside motor vehicles.

California is on course to start issuing licenses allowing residents to grow, transport, test and sell marijuana in January of 2018. You don't have to wait until then to get your medical marijuana card, however. You can get yours now completely online at 420onlinedoctor.com.
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Californians Can Now Buy Recreational and Medical Cannabis in One Place, But Medical is Still Better – Here’s Why


California Governor Jerry Brown and fellow legislators in the state made a bold proposal this past June, suggesting that marijuana dispensaries be permitted to sell both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana at the same facilities. This recommendation for a new “co-location rule” was a welcome move to the cannabis industry, which has long sought this capability in order to reduce costs, in part by reducing the amount of dispensaries needing to be in operation. The California legislature approved legalizing medical cannabis in 2015, and voters approved legalizing recreational cannabis in 2016.
A concern addressed by opponents to the move is that medical marijuana can be sold to minors while recreational marijuana can only be sold to adults 21 years of age or older. In addition, medical marijuana purchase requires a medical cannabis card, issued by the state to individuals who procure a valid doctor’s recommendation, while recreational marijuana purchase has no such requirement. This would create a burden on dispensaries to properly monitor and control access to the facility and its products to ensure only properly qualified individuals are served, and a burden on government authorities to oversee that such measures are, indeed, taking place. On the flip side, by cutting the number of dispensaries in a given town or city potentially in half, the law enforcement costs in those places could drop dramatically.

The concept of colocation can be traced back two decades to the beginnings of the internet and the genesis of big data. Like the cannabis industry, the internet industry requires extensive resources in the way of electricity, climate control, storage, security and data. The shift toward colocation allowed the consolidating of resources to be used for multiple applications. Other forms of colocation in relation to the cannabis industry being discussed and debated in states where medical and/or recreational cannabis is legal are:

* colocation of cannabis and alcohol sales, as is being done in Alberta, Canada
* colocation of cannabis cultivation and manufacturing with cannabis sales

One might wonder, if the two branches of the marijuana industry were merged as Governor Brown and California legislators have so proposed, what would be the difference between recreational and medical marijuana sales to the individual who qualifies for both. What would be the advantage of buying one over the other? Most significantly, recreational marijuana will likely be much more expensive than medical marijuana. In part, this is because the state government will impose a high tax on recreational marijuana that will not be imposed on medical marijuana. It is, therefore, still beneficial to get a medical marijuana card.

The proposal by Governor Brown and cohorts was part of a larger batch of proposal made regarding the state’s overall budget. Included was another proposal related to marijuana, making it an infraction to possess opened marijuana products inside a motor vehicle. This is not unlike the law California already has prohibiting open containers of alcohol inside motor vehicles.

California is on course to start issuing licenses allowing residents to grow, transport, test and sell marijuana in January of 2018. You don’t have to wait until then to get your medical marijuana card, however. You can get yours now completely online at 420onlinedoctor.com.


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