Medical Cannabis Information Palmadale CA
DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDICAL CANNABIS
There are three types of cannabis that all help relieve pain and nusea and stimulate appetite.
- More THC and less CBD (Cannabidiol)
- More Psychoactive effects, more stimulation to the brain
- Works for relieving depression, migraine, headaches and encourages activity
- Day Time Medication
- More CBD (Cannabidiol) and less THC
- More body effects and more relaxing to the brain
- Works well for relieving anxiety, encourages sleep and relieves muscle spasm
- Night Time Medication
- Cross between Indica and Sativa
- Can have varrying effects
DIFFERENT METHODS OF USING CANNABIS MEDICINALLY
INHILATION: Onset 1-2 minutes; Last 3-4 hours
- Smoking - Not Recommended
- Vaporizer - Smokeless; healthier for your lungs
INGESTION: Onset 1-2 hours; Last 6-8 hours
- Cookies, brownies, candy tea and variety of other ingestible are available
- More difficult to dose so begin with SMALL amount
- Thought to be more potent and to be a stronger sedative
SUBLINGUAL: Onset 5-15minutes; Last 3-4 hours
- Med strips or Liquid Extract in alcohol, oil or glycerin
- Used under the tounge: Start with few drops or small piece until dosage is know
TOPICAL: Onset Varies
- For external use on skin; For arthritis or rashes
- Forms: Balms, lotions, salves, rubbing alcohol
These are only some of the conditions that may qualify you for a medical marijuana card. There are many other conditions not list here that may also qualify you. You can come in for a free consultation to see if your medical condition qualifies you for a medical marijuana card.
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
- HIV infection
- Chronic Pain
- Muscle Spasm
- Loss of Appetite
- Glucoma, Anxiety
- Nusea or Vomiting
- Many More...
- Please bring a valid California state identification card or driver's license with you. Effective on January 1, 2016, we are only accepting California ID or driver's license as a proof of identification. If you lost or have expired California ID / DL, you can present your passport together with the receipt from the DMV that you have applied for renewal or replacement.
- Patients who just moved to California, you must apply first for California ID or Driver's License. We can accept your out of state photo id card together with the receipt from the DMV that you have applied for CA ID or DL.
- For new patients, you have to bring some kind of medical documentation to your evaluation. This could be X-rays, MRI’s, prescriptions, physician letters, medications, or any other documentation that may show that you have seen a doctor and have been diagnosed with a medical condition.
- If you are doing a renewal from another doctor then you will have to bring your previous original recommendation with you. We cannot take a copy, as we need to see the original doctors signature on the old recommendation. Previous recommendation must not be past 30 days.
- If you had a recommendation from this office in the past then you do not have to bring your recommendation with you because we can find you by your name in our system.
Patients' medical records are strictly confidential.
We do not report or turn in any lists to any state or federal agency, any employers, or any insurance companies.
There is no way for anybody to find out you are a medical marijuana patient.
It will not appear on any background checks performed by any schools, employers, insurances, or government agencies.
We take every step to ensure strict confidentiality for each and every patient.
To protect your privacy we do not provide verification over the phone as it can result in:
- Breach of security by individuals looking to exploit the situation
- A compromise of doctor/patient confidentiality
- Violation of HIPAA privacy regulations
- Unauthorized access to your private information
Your privacy and confidentiality are always our top priority.
Under Prop. 215, patients are entitled to whatever amount of marijuana is necessary for their personal medical use. However, patients are likely to be arrested if they exceed the SB 420 guidelines. SB420 sets a baseline statewide guideline of 6 mature or 12 immature plants, and 1/2 pound (8 oz.) processed cannabis per patient. Individual cities and counties are allowed to enact higher, but not lower, limits than the state standard.
For more information regarding medical cannabis in California, please visit: www.CaNORML.org