You’re not alone if you’ve been having trouble talking to your doctors about marijuana.
Medical experts say there’s a lot of misinformation and confusion surrounding the drug.
You should be aware of what’s out there, what your rights are and what to expect if you have any questions.
What are the differences between marijuana and other medicines?
Marijuana is a controlled substance under federal law, so it’s a dangerous substance that can cause serious side effects.
But it’s not illegal to smoke marijuana and some states have legalized its use.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse, the U.S. government agency that administers the Controlled Substances Act, has a list of substances that are not listed on the list.
For instance, you can’t get a DUI without using marijuana, and some doctors prescribe it for pain management.
Marijuana is still illegal in a handful of states, but the law has changed dramatically since it was first enacted.
So, if you think you’re going to be arrested or prosecuted for marijuana use, don’t.
How much does it cost to get a medical marijuana card?
You can apply online to receive a medical card for $50 and apply at a dispensary in your state.
If you’re eligible, you’ll have to show proof of insurance.
You can get a card for as little as $30 per month or as much as $150 per year.
The application is available online.
The fee is based on the state in which you live and the type of medical condition you have.
Can I get a free prescription for marijuana?
Yes, you have the right to receive marijuana free of charge, but it can cost up to $300 per prescription.
The amount varies based on how much you pay for medical marijuana, so you should always ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information before getting a prescription.
You may be able to get free prescriptions for certain medications, such as blood pressure medications.
How can I tell if I have a medical condition that requires medical marijuana?
You may have a certain medical condition, such, epilepsy, that requires the use of cannabis to treat it.
There are some restrictions.
Medical marijuana is only approved for people with a serious medical condition and requires that you receive the drug within 10 days of receiving it.
For those with severe, chronic, or intractable conditions, it’s usually more appropriate to get it within two weeks.
How do I get the proper identification card?
Your medical marijuana ID card will show your name, address, and date of birth.
You’ll also need your Social Security number and a birth certificate if you’re under 18.
Your medical cannabis card will also show your age, your medical condition(s), and the state you live in. 6.
Can my family get marijuana for me?
If you are eligible for medical cannabis, your family can receive marijuana for you for the purpose of treating a medical issue, such a epilepsy medication, for instance.
Your family member or legal guardian can also receive it for their own medical reasons, such for example, for chronic pain or treatment for HIV/AIDS.
Your relatives can get marijuana if they’re not eligible to receive it. 7.
What if my marijuana gets smoked?
You’ll need to go to the local police department and give them a prescription or ID card.
Your physician or pharmacy can check with the local dispensary for you.
You also can call a local pharmacist if you want to buy marijuana online or in-store.
You might also be able get your medical marijuana at a pharmacy or a local grocery store.
If your marijuana gets contaminated, your doctor may want to dispose of it. 8.
Can you get marijuana from a dispensary?
You will need to visit the dispensary to get your marijuana card, but you’ll only need to give your ID and date-of-birth.
There’s a time limit for obtaining a marijuana card.
The dispensary will take a sample of the marijuana and check it for the presence of THC and other chemicals.
It will then send your card to a lab that will test the marijuana for THC and any other chemicals present in it.
Your card will be processed within 72 hours, but if it takes more than 48 hours to process it, your card will need re-processed.
The DEA also requires that your marijuana can’t be smoked.
Is there a legal way to get marijuana legally from my state?
You don’t have to get medical marijuana from your state if you don’t want to, but some states don’t allow it.
Marijuana in some states has been sold at strip clubs and liquor stores, but they are illegal to possess.
So if you go to a strip club or a liquor store, you will need a state ID card or your license to buy alcohol or marijuana.
If someone gets you into a strip or liquor store and asks you for a card, you must provide a photo ID and you must give your date of birthday and date that you’re buying marijuana. So