FAQ

At the moment, they do not accept them. However, if you have lived in California for a long time and can be classified as a resident, then it is wise to issue a local MMJ California membership card and enjoy all its benefits without restrictions.

It depends on the state. Some of them, such as Nevada, practice a policy of mutual openness, while others are very tightly regulated in this area and do not recognize the cards of participants in the MMJ California program.

Under amendment 215, a patient does not have the right to sell medical marijuana. However, Federal law SB 420 provides for the ability of trustees or members of the grower cooperative to charge members of the group money to cover the costs of cultivating the plant. At the same time, the law emphasizes the non-commercial nature of the transfer of cannabis from one person to another.

The employer reserves the right to accept or not accept a person who accepts medical marijuana. At the same time, the use of cannabis in the workplace is prohibited in a number of industries where Federal drug-testing rules apply.

Although by law, you only need to show the police a doctor's recommendation confirming approval of your use of medical cannabis, in practice, there may be problems up to checking the patient database. Therefore, if you don't want to face such troubles, it is more reasonable to issue a card and freely use the legal right to buy, use, and carry cannabis.

Under Federal law, Smoking cannabis is subject to restrictions that apply to smoking as such. Weed use is prohibited within 1,000 feet of schools and youth centers, as well as on a school bus, while driving, or at the swimming pool.

In the state of California, many counties and cities have adopted regulations on zoning areas where medical cannabis is grown. In this regard, some communities either prohibit or significantly restrict the cultivation of marijuana in the open air. Therefore, experts recommend that you first clarify the rules of local legislation before making a decision about growing your own medical weed.

Under Federal law, possession of marijuana in excess of the permitted standards is a misdemeanor, and the cultivation of cannabis bushes in excess of the permitted amount entails criminal prosecution. At the same time, participants in the medical cannabis program are subject to more lenient forms of punishment or are not charged at all.

According To Prob.215, which regulates issues related to medical marijuana, a participant in the MMJ California program can grow and consume as much cannabis as they need, based on medical necessity. However, if this freedom is abused, the SB 420 standards may be applied to a person who grows more than 6 mature and 12 vegetative plants at the same time. Also, according to this law, it is allowed to store up to 8 ounces of dried cannabis per 1 person. At the same time, legal practice suggests that if a patient exceeds the permissible limit, but their doctor will examine the need for such intensive use of cannabis in therapy, the accused is likely to be acquitted.

You can complete the entire process here (*SHOULD BE A LINK) online in minutes. If approved, your prescription for a Medical Marijuana Card will be emailed /snail mailed same day.

Our documentation is accepted to purchase Medical Marijuana from any Dispensary or Club in California.

If you haven't received your documents - for any reason - we can send you duplicates upon request.

You should receive your documents and ID Card in no more than 4 business days.

If you haven't received your documents in 5 business days, something went wrong; the most common problem is that someone in the household has misplaced the mail The postal service is reliable but things happen.

Contact us at info@dr-weedy.com for assistance.

Yes, we can mail your Medical Cannabis ID Card anywhere you want.

 

During the checkout process, just click upload and provide an existing file or take a picture with your camera, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

California state law doesn't require an embossed seal on a physician's recommendation, meaning that an email copy can be used. However, dispensaries are not obliged to accept copies and some may require the original, so it is best to first check with your dispensary of choice. Delivery services tend to accept e-documents readily and don't normally require a hard copy.

No. However, upon your request, we can provide proof to an official that you're legal. We validate client Recommendations and ID 24/7, online or by phone.

Yes. You can get it with our service. To get the caregiver’s recommendation please provide us with caregiver’s first and last name, patient's address and DOB. You will receive it in 1 – 4 business days by mail.

A prescription is something that a physician prescribes to use for treatment of an ailment. A recommendation is what a doctor approves as alternative treatment. A medical marijuana card/recommendation gives the right to purchase medical cannabis legally.

No. You can’t change an issue date. A recommendation is an official document, signed by a California Medical Board Licensed Doctor. That's why when dispensaries verify it as a true legal document.

Yes, you are protected from Marijuana related offenses of Possession, Transportation, Dispensing and MMJ Health Care, see details:
Allowance to possess and /or cultivate MMJ for personal use is described under Proposition 215 and Health and Safety Codes 11357 (HSC) and 11358.
HSC 11357 describes Medical possession allowance for Hashish and concentrated Cannabis, including edibles.
Transportation of MMJ is allowed by a bona-fide collective or caregiver under HSC 11360.
SB420 provides for protection against charges of possession for sale - transportation - charity - furnishing - and more.

Proposition 215 is essentially a legal landmark in California’s Medical Marijuana legislation that exempts patients and caregivers from criminal prosecution if they possess or cultivate Marijuana for Medical treatment Recommended by a physician.

HIPAA compliant essentially means that we don't share your information with anyone without your written permission.

HIPAA, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is America's main standard for protecting sensitive patient data. Companies that deal in public health information (PHI) must ensure the integrity of privacy and security, personnel, processes, physical, network, and other measures are in place, documented and strictly followed.

HIPAA entities that must comply: providers of Medical treatment, payment and operations in healthcare, business associates, or anyone else with access to the mentioned patient information.

You can verify Recommendations and MMJ ID cards 24/7 with Dr Weedy; click here for online verification: https://dr-weedy.com/verification/

Qualifying Medical Conditions for a legal Doctor's Medical Marijuana Card in California:

Chronic Pain
Cancer
Chronic or Severe Nausea
Muscle Spasms
Migraine Headaches
Glaucoma
Seizures, Epilepsy
Anorexia
Anxiety Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
Arthritis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Heartburn
Chronic Bronchitis
Asthma
Chronic Allergies
Chemotherapy
Sports Injuries
Back Pain
Chronic Inflammatory Conditions
Insomnia

Note: Many other conditions can be approved as well at the discretion of the acting physician. MMJ may be recommended for other persistent or chronic symptoms that substantially limits the ability of a patient to conduct major life activities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

They are similar, but not exactly the same.

Recommendation: The hard copy of your Recommendation that we send in the mail is the official legal document that allows you to use MMJ legally. Patients should bring this document to a dispensary or Cannabis club on their first visit. After that, you normally need only show your MMJ-ID Card.

MMJ-ID Card: The Card is a convenient way to identify yourself as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Cannabis. We provide validation of your Card and documents 24/7 which provides peace of mind, say when you are pulled over by a traffic cop.

No, you must have California ID or Proof of Residence.

Sure. Just contact us at info@dr-weedy.com and we'll mail you a replacement Recommendation the same day.

California residents over the age of 18 with health concerns qualify for a MMJ evaluation. If the evaluating physician finds that the patient's symptoms and conditions qualify, then Medical Marijuana is officially Recommended and the patient is legally allowed to purchase, possess and use Medical Cannabis.

A licensed doctor is available 7 am to 12 pm - 7 days per week. (24 hours online)

Our Telehealth online process allows clients and doctors alike to quickly process Medical Cannabis evaluations. Recommendations are normally completed in 7 minutes.

Yes.
All our services comply with applicable California Law. Recommendations are approved by California Licensed Doctors. Our TeleHealth services comply with the Medical Board of California.

You can always prove they are legal for MMJ. All our clients’ documents, doctors’ licenses and MMJ-ID Cards can be verified 24/7 online.

Any Physician or Osteopath licensed by the State of California can recommend or approve your personal use of Medical Marijuana. Not all doctors are comfortable with providing Medical Marijuana Recommendations, nor are all informed about Medical Marijuana use. When you use Dr. Weedy, we quickly connect you with a qualified doctor already familiar with, and fully informed about the use of Medical Marijuana.

No, insurance does not cover Dr. Weedy’s services.

You can pay by credit or debit card; Dr. Weedy accepts Visa and MasterCard.

California residents who are over the age of 18 and have health concerns qualify for an evaluation. If an evaluating physician finds that a patient’s symptoms and conditions qualify (see Question 10)(*QUESTIONS ARE NOT NUMBERED), then Medical Marijuana is recommended and the patient is legally allowed to purchase, possess and use Medical Marijuana.

Dr. Weedy operators are available for application processing 24/7 – 7 days per week. Your application process is completed entirely online, with no need for a visit to a clinic or doctor’s office.

The information you provide to the consulting doctor is strictly confidential. Your medical records will be maintained in our HIPAA-compliant secure system. Neither your health insurance company, employer, nor any other entity can access this information. Your information is private and completely secure.

Typically the verification process takes just a few minutes, but there may be occasions where additional information is required. In those instances, a member of our customer service team will contact you. Please email us at info@dr-weedy.com if our contact response time exceeds five minutes.

The hard copy of the recommendation is an official legal document that allows you to use Marijuana legally. After obtaining the recommendation you should bring it to a dispensary or cannabis club for your first visit. After the first visit the MMJ-ID Card is typically all that’s needed. The MMJ-ID Card is a convenient way to identify you as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Marijuana. The MMJ-ID Card can provide you with peace of mind, as it provides documentation you may need in certain situations, such as traffic stops.

Under the law, eligible patients can possess six adult plants or 12 immature plants. However, because the California Supreme Court has ruled that the numbers of SB420 are arbitrary, patients can grow enough Marijuana to reasonably meet their medical needs. What this means is that if you grow a certain amount per month, you must personally consume that same amount.

Under the law, you may not sell or give away Medical Marijuana, nor may you possess it with the intent to sell it. Additionally you may not smoke Medical Marijuana in any place where smoking is prohibited by law, in or within 1,000 feet of the grounds of a school, recreation center, or youth center, unless the medical use occurs within a residence, on a school bus, while in a motor vehicle that is being operated, while operating a boat.

Right away. When you use Dr. Weedy, we quickly connect you with a qualified doctor already familiar with, and fully informed about the use of Medical Marijuana.

With an Dr. Weedy Doctor’s Recommendation, you can legally visit a Medical Marijuana dispensary and purchase Medical Cannabis, or you can order delivery service from a MMJ dispensary.

Under the law, Doctor’s Recommendations are required to be renewed on an annual basis. Prior to the expiration of your card, Dr. Weedy will contact you with renewal options. A follow up consultation with an Dr. Weedy physician will be conducted before a renewal can be issued.

A Doctor’s Recommendation is a legal document that states you have a qualifying medical condition that complies with the qualifying conditions for the State of California under California Proposition 215. This recommendation is not a prescription, but is a necessary document for you to legally obtain Medical Marijuana.

The following items are considered as valid proof:1. DMV printout. 2. California voter’s registration card. 3. California (540) tax returns giving California as the home address (with acceptable dates). 4. California utility bill (DWP, gas, telephone, cable – all utility bills count as one proof). 5. Paycheck stub or letter of employment verification on company letterhead (Signed by a manager of the personnel department). 6. Car registration and/or car insurance (California company). 7. California health insurance or Medi-Cal ID. 8. Military discharge papers (DD214) or Leave and Earnings statement (Indicating California. as State of Record). 9. Union membership in a California local.

At the moment, they do not accept them. However, if you have lived in California for a long time and can be classified as a resident, then it is wise to issue a local MMJ California membership card and enjoy all its benefits without restrictions.

It depends on the state. Some of them, such as Nevada, practice a policy of mutual openness, while others are very tightly regulated in this area and do not recognize the cards of participants in the MMJ California program.

Although by law, you only need to show the police a doctor's recommendation confirming approval of your use of medical cannabis, in practice, there may be problems up to checking the patient database. Therefore, if you don't want to face such troubles, it is more reasonable to issue a card and freely use the legal right to buy, use, and carry cannabis.

You can complete the entire process here (*SHOULD BE A LINK) online in minutes. If approved, your prescription for a Medical Marijuana Card will be emailed /snail mailed same day.

Our documentation is accepted to purchase Medical Marijuana from any Dispensary or Club in California.

If you haven't received your documents - for any reason - we can send you duplicates upon request.

You should receive your documents and ID Card in no more than 4 business days.

If you haven't received your documents in 5 business days, something went wrong; the most common problem is that someone in the household has misplaced the mail The postal service is reliable but things happen.

Contact us at info@dr-weedy.com for assistance.

Yes, we can mail your Medical Cannabis ID Card anywhere you want.

 

During the checkout process, just click upload and provide an existing file or take a picture with your camera, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

California state law doesn't require an embossed seal on a physician's recommendation, meaning that an email copy can be used. However, dispensaries are not obliged to accept copies and some may require the original, so it is best to first check with your dispensary of choice. Delivery services tend to accept e-documents readily and don't normally require a hard copy.

Yes. You can get it with our service. To get the caregiver’s recommendation please provide us with caregiver’s first and last name, patient's address and DOB. You will receive it in 1 – 4 business days by mail.

No, you must have California ID or Proof of Residence.

Sure. Just contact us at info@dr-weedy.com and we'll mail you a replacement Recommendation the same day.

A licensed doctor is available 7 am to 12 pm - 7 days per week. (24 hours online)

Our Telehealth online process allows clients and doctors alike to quickly process Medical Cannabis evaluations. Recommendations are normally completed in 7 minutes.

You can pay by credit or debit card; Dr. Weedy accepts Visa and MasterCard.

Dr. Weedy operators are available for application processing 24/7 – 7 days per week. Your application process is completed entirely online, with no need for a visit to a clinic or doctor’s office.

Typically the verification process takes just a few minutes, but there may be occasions where additional information is required. In those instances, a member of our customer service team will contact you. Please email us at info@dr-weedy.com if our contact response time exceeds five minutes.

The following items are considered as valid proof:1. DMV printout. 2. California voter’s registration card. 3. California (540) tax returns giving California as the home address (with acceptable dates). 4. California utility bill (DWP, gas, telephone, cable – all utility bills count as one proof). 5. Paycheck stub or letter of employment verification on company letterhead (Signed by a manager of the personnel department). 6. Car registration and/or car insurance (California company). 7. California health insurance or Medi-Cal ID. 8. Military discharge papers (DD214) or Leave and Earnings statement (Indicating California. as State of Record). 9. Union membership in a California local.

At the moment, they do not accept them. However, if you have lived in California for a long time and can be classified as a resident, then it is wise to issue a local MMJ California membership card and enjoy all its benefits without restrictions.

It depends on the state. Some of them, such as Nevada, practice a policy of mutual openness, while others are very tightly regulated in this area and do not recognize the cards of participants in the MMJ California program.

Under amendment 215, a patient does not have the right to sell medical marijuana. However, Federal law SB 420 provides for the ability of trustees or members of the grower cooperative to charge members of the group money to cover the costs of cultivating the plant. At the same time, the law emphasizes the non-commercial nature of the transfer of cannabis from one person to another.

The employer reserves the right to accept or not accept a person who accepts medical marijuana. At the same time, the use of cannabis in the workplace is prohibited in a number of industries where Federal drug-testing rules apply.

Under Federal law, Smoking cannabis is subject to restrictions that apply to smoking as such. Weed use is prohibited within 1,000 feet of schools and youth centers, as well as on a school bus, while driving, or at the swimming pool.

In the state of California, many counties and cities have adopted regulations on zoning areas where medical cannabis is grown. In this regard, some communities either prohibit or significantly restrict the cultivation of marijuana in the open air. Therefore, experts recommend that you first clarify the rules of local legislation before making a decision about growing your own medical weed.

Under Federal law, possession of marijuana in excess of the permitted standards is a misdemeanor, and the cultivation of cannabis bushes in excess of the permitted amount entails criminal prosecution. At the same time, participants in the medical cannabis program are subject to more lenient forms of punishment or are not charged at all.

According To Prob.215, which regulates issues related to medical marijuana, a participant in the MMJ California program can grow and consume as much cannabis as they need, based on medical necessity. However, if this freedom is abused, the SB 420 standards may be applied to a person who grows more than 6 mature and 12 vegetative plants at the same time. Also, according to this law, it is allowed to store up to 8 ounces of dried cannabis per 1 person. At the same time, legal practice suggests that if a patient exceeds the permissible limit, but their doctor will examine the need for such intensive use of cannabis in therapy, the accused is likely to be acquitted.

California state law doesn't require an embossed seal on a physician's recommendation, meaning that an email copy can be used. However, dispensaries are not obliged to accept copies and some may require the original, so it is best to first check with your dispensary of choice. Delivery services tend to accept e-documents readily and don't normally require a hard copy.

No. However, upon your request, we can provide proof to an official that you're legal. We validate client Recommendations and ID 24/7, online or by phone.

Yes. You can get it with our service. To get the caregiver’s recommendation please provide us with caregiver’s first and last name, patient's address and DOB. You will receive it in 1 – 4 business days by mail.

A prescription is something that a physician prescribes to use for treatment of an ailment. A recommendation is what a doctor approves as alternative treatment. A medical marijuana card/recommendation gives the right to purchase medical cannabis legally.

No. You can’t change an issue date. A recommendation is an official document, signed by a California Medical Board Licensed Doctor. That's why when dispensaries verify it as a true legal document.

Yes, you are protected from Marijuana related offenses of Possession, Transportation, Dispensing and MMJ Health Care, see details:
Allowance to possess and /or cultivate MMJ for personal use is described under Proposition 215 and Health and Safety Codes 11357 (HSC) and 11358.
HSC 11357 describes Medical possession allowance for Hashish and concentrated Cannabis, including edibles.
Transportation of MMJ is allowed by a bona-fide collective or caregiver under HSC 11360.
SB420 provides for protection against charges of possession for sale - transportation - charity - furnishing - and more.

Proposition 215 is essentially a legal landmark in California’s Medical Marijuana legislation that exempts patients and caregivers from criminal prosecution if they possess or cultivate Marijuana for Medical treatment Recommended by a physician.

HIPAA compliant essentially means that we don't share your information with anyone without your written permission.

HIPAA, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is America's main standard for protecting sensitive patient data. Companies that deal in public health information (PHI) must ensure the integrity of privacy and security, personnel, processes, physical, network, and other measures are in place, documented and strictly followed.

HIPAA entities that must comply: providers of Medical treatment, payment and operations in healthcare, business associates, or anyone else with access to the mentioned patient information.

You can verify Recommendations and MMJ ID cards 24/7 with Dr Weedy; click here for online verification: https://dr-weedy.com/verification/

Qualifying Medical Conditions for a legal Doctor's Medical Marijuana Card in California:

Chronic Pain
Cancer
Chronic or Severe Nausea
Muscle Spasms
Migraine Headaches
Glaucoma
Seizures, Epilepsy
Anorexia
Anxiety Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
Arthritis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Heartburn
Chronic Bronchitis
Asthma
Chronic Allergies
Chemotherapy
Sports Injuries
Back Pain
Chronic Inflammatory Conditions
Insomnia

Note: Many other conditions can be approved as well at the discretion of the acting physician. MMJ may be recommended for other persistent or chronic symptoms that substantially limits the ability of a patient to conduct major life activities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

They are similar, but not exactly the same.

Recommendation: The hard copy of your Recommendation that we send in the mail is the official legal document that allows you to use MMJ legally. Patients should bring this document to a dispensary or Cannabis club on their first visit. After that, you normally need only show your MMJ-ID Card.

MMJ-ID Card: The Card is a convenient way to identify yourself as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Cannabis. We provide validation of your Card and documents 24/7 which provides peace of mind, say when you are pulled over by a traffic cop.

No, you must have California ID or Proof of Residence.

California residents over the age of 18 with health concerns qualify for a MMJ evaluation. If the evaluating physician finds that the patient's symptoms and conditions qualify, then Medical Marijuana is officially Recommended and the patient is legally allowed to purchase, possess and use Medical Cannabis.

Yes.
All our services comply with applicable California Law. Recommendations are approved by California Licensed Doctors. Our TeleHealth services comply with the Medical Board of California.

You can always prove they are legal for MMJ. All our clients’ documents, doctors’ licenses and MMJ-ID Cards can be verified 24/7 online.

Any Physician or Osteopath licensed by the State of California can recommend or approve your personal use of Medical Marijuana. Not all doctors are comfortable with providing Medical Marijuana Recommendations, nor are all informed about Medical Marijuana use. When you use Dr. Weedy, we quickly connect you with a qualified doctor already familiar with, and fully informed about the use of Medical Marijuana.

California residents who are over the age of 18 and have health concerns qualify for an evaluation. If an evaluating physician finds that a patient’s symptoms and conditions qualify (see Question 10)(*QUESTIONS ARE NOT NUMBERED), then Medical Marijuana is recommended and the patient is legally allowed to purchase, possess and use Medical Marijuana.

The information you provide to the consulting doctor is strictly confidential. Your medical records will be maintained in our HIPAA-compliant secure system. Neither your health insurance company, employer, nor any other entity can access this information. Your information is private and completely secure.

The hard copy of the recommendation is an official legal document that allows you to use Marijuana legally. After obtaining the recommendation you should bring it to a dispensary or cannabis club for your first visit. After the first visit the MMJ-ID Card is typically all that’s needed. The MMJ-ID Card is a convenient way to identify you as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Marijuana. The MMJ-ID Card can provide you with peace of mind, as it provides documentation you may need in certain situations, such as traffic stops.

Under the law, eligible patients can possess six adult plants or 12 immature plants. However, because the California Supreme Court has ruled that the numbers of SB420 are arbitrary, patients can grow enough Marijuana to reasonably meet their medical needs. What this means is that if you grow a certain amount per month, you must personally consume that same amount.

Under the law, you may not sell or give away Medical Marijuana, nor may you possess it with the intent to sell it. Additionally you may not smoke Medical Marijuana in any place where smoking is prohibited by law, in or within 1,000 feet of the grounds of a school, recreation center, or youth center, unless the medical use occurs within a residence, on a school bus, while in a motor vehicle that is being operated, while operating a boat.

Right away. When you use Dr. Weedy, we quickly connect you with a qualified doctor already familiar with, and fully informed about the use of Medical Marijuana.

With an Dr. Weedy Doctor’s Recommendation, you can legally visit a Medical Marijuana dispensary and purchase Medical Cannabis, or you can order delivery service from a MMJ dispensary.

Under the law, Doctor’s Recommendations are required to be renewed on an annual basis. Prior to the expiration of your card, Dr. Weedy will contact you with renewal options. A follow up consultation with an Dr. Weedy physician will be conducted before a renewal can be issued.

A Doctor’s Recommendation is a legal document that states you have a qualifying medical condition that complies with the qualifying conditions for the State of California under California Proposition 215. This recommendation is not a prescription, but is a necessary document for you to legally obtain Medical Marijuana.

The following items are considered as valid proof:1. DMV printout. 2. California voter’s registration card. 3. California (540) tax returns giving California as the home address (with acceptable dates). 4. California utility bill (DWP, gas, telephone, cable – all utility bills count as one proof). 5. Paycheck stub or letter of employment verification on company letterhead (Signed by a manager of the personnel department). 6. Car registration and/or car insurance (California company). 7. California health insurance or Medi-Cal ID. 8. Military discharge papers (DD214) or Leave and Earnings statement (Indicating California. as State of Record). 9. Union membership in a California local.

It depends on the state. Some of them, such as Nevada, practice a policy of mutual openness, while others are very tightly regulated in this area and do not recognize the cards of participants in the MMJ California program.

The employer reserves the right to accept or not accept a person who accepts medical marijuana. At the same time, the use of cannabis in the workplace is prohibited in a number of industries where Federal drug-testing rules apply.

Although by law, you only need to show the police a doctor's recommendation confirming approval of your use of medical cannabis, in practice, there may be problems up to checking the patient database. Therefore, if you don't want to face such troubles, it is more reasonable to issue a card and freely use the legal right to buy, use, and carry cannabis.

California state law doesn't require an embossed seal on a physician's recommendation, meaning that an email copy can be used. However, dispensaries are not obliged to accept copies and some may require the original, so it is best to first check with your dispensary of choice. Delivery services tend to accept e-documents readily and don't normally require a hard copy.

No. However, upon your request, we can provide proof to an official that you're legal. We validate client Recommendations and ID 24/7, online or by phone.

Yes. You can get it with our service. To get the caregiver’s recommendation please provide us with caregiver’s first and last name, patient's address and DOB. You will receive it in 1 – 4 business days by mail.

A prescription is something that a physician prescribes to use for treatment of an ailment. A recommendation is what a doctor approves as alternative treatment. A medical marijuana card/recommendation gives the right to purchase medical cannabis legally.

No. You can’t change an issue date. A recommendation is an official document, signed by a California Medical Board Licensed Doctor. That's why when dispensaries verify it as a true legal document.

Yes, you are protected from Marijuana related offenses of Possession, Transportation, Dispensing and MMJ Health Care, see details:
Allowance to possess and /or cultivate MMJ for personal use is described under Proposition 215 and Health and Safety Codes 11357 (HSC) and 11358.
HSC 11357 describes Medical possession allowance for Hashish and concentrated Cannabis, including edibles.
Transportation of MMJ is allowed by a bona-fide collective or caregiver under HSC 11360.
SB420 provides for protection against charges of possession for sale - transportation - charity - furnishing - and more.

You can verify Recommendations and MMJ ID cards 24/7 with Dr Weedy; click here for online verification: https://dr-weedy.com/verification/

Qualifying Medical Conditions for a legal Doctor's Medical Marijuana Card in California:

Chronic Pain
Cancer
Chronic or Severe Nausea
Muscle Spasms
Migraine Headaches
Glaucoma
Seizures, Epilepsy
Anorexia
Anxiety Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
Arthritis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Heartburn
Chronic Bronchitis
Asthma
Chronic Allergies
Chemotherapy
Sports Injuries
Back Pain
Chronic Inflammatory Conditions
Insomnia

Note: Many other conditions can be approved as well at the discretion of the acting physician. MMJ may be recommended for other persistent or chronic symptoms that substantially limits the ability of a patient to conduct major life activities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

They are similar, but not exactly the same.

Recommendation: The hard copy of your Recommendation that we send in the mail is the official legal document that allows you to use MMJ legally. Patients should bring this document to a dispensary or Cannabis club on their first visit. After that, you normally need only show your MMJ-ID Card.

MMJ-ID Card: The Card is a convenient way to identify yourself as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Cannabis. We provide validation of your Card and documents 24/7 which provides peace of mind, say when you are pulled over by a traffic cop.

California residents over the age of 18 with health concerns qualify for a MMJ evaluation. If the evaluating physician finds that the patient's symptoms and conditions qualify, then Medical Marijuana is officially Recommended and the patient is legally allowed to purchase, possess and use Medical Cannabis.

A licensed doctor is available 7 am to 12 pm - 7 days per week. (24 hours online)

Our Telehealth online process allows clients and doctors alike to quickly process Medical Cannabis evaluations. Recommendations are normally completed in 7 minutes.

Yes.
All our services comply with applicable California Law. Recommendations are approved by California Licensed Doctors. Our TeleHealth services comply with the Medical Board of California.

You can always prove they are legal for MMJ. All our clients’ documents, doctors’ licenses and MMJ-ID Cards can be verified 24/7 online.

No, insurance does not cover Dr. Weedy’s services.

Dr. Weedy operators are available for application processing 24/7 – 7 days per week. Your application process is completed entirely online, with no need for a visit to a clinic or doctor’s office.

The hard copy of the recommendation is an official legal document that allows you to use Marijuana legally. After obtaining the recommendation you should bring it to a dispensary or cannabis club for your first visit. After the first visit the MMJ-ID Card is typically all that’s needed. The MMJ-ID Card is a convenient way to identify you as having the legal right to use and possess Medical Marijuana. The MMJ-ID Card can provide you with peace of mind, as it provides documentation you may need in certain situations, such as traffic stops.

Under the law, eligible patients can possess six adult plants or 12 immature plants. However, because the California Supreme Court has ruled that the numbers of SB420 are arbitrary, patients can grow enough Marijuana to reasonably meet their medical needs. What this means is that if you grow a certain amount per month, you must personally consume that same amount.

Under the law, you may not sell or give away Medical Marijuana, nor may you possess it with the intent to sell it. Additionally you may not smoke Medical Marijuana in any place where smoking is prohibited by law, in or within 1,000 feet of the grounds of a school, recreation center, or youth center, unless the medical use occurs within a residence, on a school bus, while in a motor vehicle that is being operated, while operating a boat.

Right away. When you use Dr. Weedy, we quickly connect you with a qualified doctor already familiar with, and fully informed about the use of Medical Marijuana.

With an Dr. Weedy Doctor’s Recommendation, you can legally visit a Medical Marijuana dispensary and purchase Medical Cannabis, or you can order delivery service from a MMJ dispensary.

Under the law, Doctor’s Recommendations are required to be renewed on an annual basis. Prior to the expiration of your card, Dr. Weedy will contact you with renewal options. A follow up consultation with an Dr. Weedy physician will be conducted before a renewal can be issued.

The following items are considered as valid proof:1. DMV printout. 2. California voter’s registration card. 3. California (540) tax returns giving California as the home address (with acceptable dates). 4. California utility bill (DWP, gas, telephone, cable – all utility bills count as one proof). 5. Paycheck stub or letter of employment verification on company letterhead (Signed by a manager of the personnel department). 6. Car registration and/or car insurance (California company). 7. California health insurance or Medi-Cal ID. 8. Military discharge papers (DD214) or Leave and Earnings statement (Indicating California. as State of Record). 9. Union membership in a California local.

You can pay by credit or debit card; Dr. Weedy accepts Visa and MasterCard.