How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card
To begin, you must visit a doctor’s office, where the doctor must certify that the patient has one or more qualifying debilitating medical conditions that impede on their day-to-day life and prevent them from living a full life. Some conditions that may qualify you for a card include but are not limited to:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease
- Various forms of Cancer
- Conditions that produce anxiety or unrest
- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
- Hepatitis C
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Conditions that produce cachexia
- Epilepsy or other seizure producing conditions
The doctor must also include a summary as to why medical marijuana is a necessary treatment for the indicated conditions that the patient suffers from. For medical marijuana evaluations and assistance with applying for your Arizona Medical Marijuana card, consider reaching out to the following providers:
Once a doctor has provided their approval, you must create an account and apply for a card through the Arizona Department of Health Services – Medical Marijuana website. A series of forms requesting personal and medical information must be completed and supporting medical documents are also required. After all of the necessary information is filled out, you will be prompted for payment.
After an application is submitted, it is typically processed in approximately 5 business days. MMJ Cards in Arizona are issued for 2 years.
Visit Hana Dispensaries for medical cannabis in Phoenix & Green Valley!
As soon as you have received your approval and hold a valid MMJ card, you can begin your journey of experiencing medical cannabis products. Consider visiting Hana Dispensaries for all of your medical marijuana needs. With locations in both Phoenix and Green Valley, our knowledgeable team of cannabis experts is ready to offer personalized recommendations and answer any of your marijuana-related questions.