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How To Get Your Pennsylvania Medical Card Today
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It will only take around 30 seconds to acquire your medical marijuana identification card to safely medicate yourself with medical cannabis in Pennsylvania. A medical card is necessary, or else you could face charges for illegal cannabis consumption.
To get evaluated, you’ll need to explain to your doctor how medical cannabis will help you manage or treat your medical condition. The doctor will ask a series of questions to ensure you’re the right candidate to receive medical marijuana. This will take a minute at most in majority of cases. Upon getting approval, your medical marijuana identification card will send to you via email. It can also be added to your Apple or Google wallet at that moment.
A medical doctor reviews your answers
A licensed doctor will review the answers and data you’ve provided and check your eligibility as a qualifying candidate for medical marijuana. The doctor will notably check your medical records and current medical situation. Honesty is crucial when submitting all of this information.
Getting approved by a doctor is a necessary step to acquiring your MMIC in the state of Pennsylvania. Thanks to Farmacist’s online app, you won’t need to leave your home to physically attend an evaluation at a doctor’s office. The whole process happens in our online app, and a registered doctor will review all the information you submitted, and evaluate your eligibility. Once the evaluation is completed, you will be immediately notified of your approval or non-approval.
Get your medical card approved
To get your medical card approve, you will need to provide legal and medical information, and be diagnosed with one of Pennsylvania’s qualifying medical conditions that justify the use of cannabis.
During the evaluation in our app, a doctor will check your health data and ask you any necessary questions to determine if you’re an eligible candidate for an MMIC. The doctor will notably ask certain questions about your current and past treatments, as well as your present lifestyle. The whole process is very easy and you can get approved on the same day, all from the comfort of your own home.
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Answer a series of questions telling a doctor what a Medical Card would help you deal with and be done with the whole process in less than a minute.
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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Pennsylvania
To acquire medical marijuana to treat your medical condition in Pennsylvania, you must comply to certain requirements such as:
- You must be at least 21 years old. If you are under 21, you can bring a caregiver above 21 to approve and acquire medical marijuana for you.
- The patient must be a Pennsylvania resident with proof of residency.
- Patient must possess a current Pennsylvania driver’s license or a state-issued identification card (with current address).
- Patient must not have a criminal past.
- In the previous five years, the patient must not have been convicted of a crime involving the sale or possession of drugs, narcotics, or a controlled substance.
- Patient must register for an ID card that will allow you to purchase medical marijuana from a dispensary in Pennsylvania.
Only patients diagnosed with certain medical conditions are eligible to enroll in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program. These conditions include:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Anxiety disorders
- Cancer, including remission therapy
- Crohn’s disease
- Injury to the central nervous system’s nerve tissue (brain-spinal cord) with observable neurological signs of intractable stiffness and other nerve damage
- Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders
- HIV / AIDS
- Huntington’s disease
- Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis
- Refractory Epilepsy
- Multiple sclerosis
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- Adjunctive therapy is advised in combination with primary therapeutic interventions for opioid use disorders for which standard therapeutic measures are unsuitable or ineffective.
- Parkinson’s disease
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Severe chronic or persistent pain of peripheral neuropathy or severe chronic or consistent pain.
- Hemoglobin SS
- Terminal illness
- Tourette syndrome
About Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania
Gov. Tom Wolf signed SB 3, Pennsylvania’s compassionate medicinal marijuana legislation, into law on April 17, 2016. The law took effect on May 17, 2016, and the first dispensaries started treating patients in April of the following year. Gov. Wolf signed HB 1024, which modified Pennsylvania’s medicinal cannabis legislation, on June 30, 2021. When he signed the bill, it became law.
Summary of the law
- Patients may be eligible for medical cannabis if they have a terminal illness or suffer from one of the medical conditions on the list of medical conditions that can be treated with medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
- A patient must be under the supervision of a doctor who provides a certification to be eligible for the program. The certification must specify that the patient has a qualifying medical condition and that the doctor feels medical cannabis could help manage or treat. If a patient no longer requires medicinal marijuana due to improved health or death, doctors must notify the department.
- The program’s implementation is the responsibility of the Department of Health, which includes creating rules, processing applications, and providing patient ID cards and licenses. The law established an advisory council to provide recommendations to the department.
- The board was told to award licenses to no more than 50 dispensaries, each of which can have three sites, for a total of 150 dispensaries. The agency issued 27 dispensary permits in the first round of granting permits. Patients were first served by dispensaries in April of 2018.
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Avoid the wait and annoyance of going to your doctor. Farmacist offers a one-of-a-kind, easy, and affordable solution. With Farmacist, you can get your medical marijuana card in just minutes from the comfort of your home.
Get your Pennsylvania MMJ card online now and become eligible for all dispensaries in your state that legally sell cannabis products. Farmacist will get you approved in no time. And since the card is only billed after approval, you’re only paying if you’re approved!
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