GET A FREE MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD FROM MARIJUANA EVALUATIONS
Need some herbal relief from all the little aches and pains life throws your way? In your pursuit of natural healing, you don’t have to risk violating some of the harshest drug laws in the country. A medical marijuana card from the state of Arizona allows you to possess up to 2 1/2 ounces of ready-to-smoke buds legally. Getting a card guarantees that you’re always ready to medicate when symptoms flare up, without the added worry of serious jail time. What are the requirements for getting a medical marijuana card in Arizona? How can you score a complimentary card from Marijuana Evaluations?
MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARDS IN ARIZONA – THE BASICS
In order to legally light up, residents need to meet some requirements as defined by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
- Be over 18 years old. Those under the age of 18 can use medical cannabis under the direction of a legal guardian or parent.
- Have an Arizona address. Homeless applicants can use a mailing address.
- Present a valid Arizona driver’s license or identification card.
- Have a diagnosis for a qualifying condition.
Qualifying conditions can be tricky. Of course, illnesses like cancer and Crohn’s disease make the list, but what about less death-inspiring conditions? You don’t have to be at death’s door to qualify for a medical marijuana card. The list of state-sanctioned qualifying conditions include:
- Chronic back pain
- Debilitating nausea
- Muscle spasms
Not sure if your symptoms qualify? Talk to a doctor anyway. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Your doctor must submit paperwork to the state testifying to the validity of your health claims. That means you’ll need to submit to a physical examination to fully qualify for your card. However, these are usually short and sweet. Be sure to bring along any documents or records from previous doctor visits.
How much does it cost to get your medical card?
Getting your medical card in AZ with Marijuana Evaluations costs only $249, the cheapest you’ll find anywhere! If you qualify for EBT, getting your medical card costs just $174.
What is a medical card?
A medical card is a license from the State of Arizona that allows card holders to purchase, carry, and use medical marijuana to treat medical conditions.
How long does it take to get a medical card?
It takes about two weeks to get your medical card once you have completed your evaluation.