Our 420 Evaluation package includes:
- Recommendation authorized by a Texas licensed doctors
- 12-month medical marijuana recommendation
- Privacy of your personal data through our system compliant with HIPAA
Texas stands out from other states in terms of obtaining a medical cannabis card. Actually, it has no card – the licensed doctor just writes a prescription, based on which the patient is registered in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT).
In this, the patient must meet the requirements for getting this status. Information on the number of such patients in Texas is not available. Once you are on the registry, you can go to one of the certified dispensaries and buy the allowed amount of cannabis there.
First step to getting it is realizing whether your state of health meets the qualifying conditions;
Sign up for an individual consultation with Dr. Weedy at any time convenient for you;
Consult with the licensed doctor (via telemedicine) who can confirm your diagnosis;
After receiving an email approval, you will receive a prescription, confirming the registration in the CURT system;
Once you are on the registry, you can go to one of the certified dispensaries and buy the allowed amount of cannabis there.
The main law medical cannabis patients should be aware of the Texas Compassionate Use Act (Senate Bill 339). This law was adopted in 2015 as the one that regulates rules related to the medical use of cannabis, including patient status, licensing, rules of use, etc.
To have the right to prescribe medical cannabis, the specialist must have a license valid in the state. Only MMJ doctors have the right to prescribe cannabis to the patients (provided that the therapeutic effect of the drug exceeds the possible risks).
The easiest way to have a consultation and get permission for purchasing cannabis in the dispensaries with no visit to the doctor is to use telemedicine services of Dr.Weedy. Video doctor visit will take no more than 15 minutes, after which (if the qualified disease is diagnosed), you will be issued a permission and entered in the CURT system. Dr.Weedy has the lowest cost examination for the doctor’s services.
Texas residents have the right for the medical cannabis recommendation by a licensed doctor if the specialist confirms one or several of the following list of conditions:
If a person is unable to buy cannabis on his/her own due to his/her illness, he/she can get dispensary agent service.
The first step to getting a medical marijuana card is a collection of all necessary documents (ID, proof of residency and medical records). After all, the collection of all documents and a consultation with a doctor, a medical specialist fills out an application form to include a patient in the CURT registry. After that, the patient can start buying low-THC cannabis from the specialized dispensaries.
There is no such thing as the cost of a medical marijuana card in Texas. Actually, you only pay for a consultation with a licensed doctor. Its total cost depends on the specialist. Dr.Weedy offers the easiest way to get a consultation and gain access to medical cannabis.
The main benefit of having medicinal weed card is an opportunity to buy legal marijuanas in the specialized dispensaries within certain limits. You should understand that weed remains illegal both in the state and at the federal level. Every prescription owner must follow the rules for mmj card holders in TX.
In contrast to other states, in Texas you don’t need to wait for a medical cannabis card for days and weeks. After passing the qualification control with a medical marijuana license specialist, the doctor will send a request for adding you to the CURT system. This is the fastest way of gaining access to medical cannabis. After application is approved (which takes little time), you can go to the nearest dispensary and buy weed.
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