Medical marijuana treatment is on the rise! With medical marijuana legal in the majority of U.S. states, more patients are turning to cannabis to help treat their medical conditions and ailments. If you are considering obtaining your Pennsylvania Marijuana Card, here are some of the benefits of owning a card.
1. Medicinal Benefits of Cannabis
Medical marijuana has the potential to provide significant relief for individuals who suffer from a variety of medical conditions. Medical cannabis helps alleviate symptoms stemming from chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, PTSD and more. The state of Pennsylvania has approved a list of medical conditions that qualify for medical marijuana treatment.
2. Get Access To Dispensaries
With a medical marijuana card in hand, you will be able to access licensed dispensaries located across Pennsylvania. The dispensaries offer a wide variety of products including capsules, sprays, tinctures, oils, creams, gels, patches and more so you will be able to purchase a product that best fits your needs.
3. Legal Protection
Being a registered medical marijuana patient allows you to legally possess, consume and transport medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and demonstrates that you are registered with state’s medical marijuana program. If you have purchased products from a licensed Pennsylvania dispensary, be sure to keep your medical marijuana card on you at all times.
Caregivers are individuals who may visit dispensaries and purchase medical marijuana products on behalf of a patient. If you have a medical condition that restricts you from physically going to a dispensary, your designated caregiver is able to purchase medical marijuana products and administer it to you on your behalf. Caregivers may serve up to two medical marijuana patients.
If you are interested in obtaining your Pennsylvania Marijuana Card, we are here to help!
We will soon be accepting new patients and providing physician recommendations via telemedicine, so you can get approved for medical marijuana treatment from home using your phone or computer! To learn more about the process, or to be contacted once appointments are open, please give us a call at (855) 607-5458 or complete our online form.