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$99 certification cost
good for 2 years
$99 certification cost
good for 2 years
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Getting your medical marijuana card online with Affordable Certification is 100% legitimate. All that’s required for you to receive a card in the State of Arizona is a medical record qualifying condition for which marijuana provides symptom relief. Medical records can be uploaded to your account or faxed 855 335 1467 or emailed firstname.lastname@example.org. The doctor will fill out certification form upon approval and we will assist you further with your ADHS application.
Once you start the process of obtaining a digital medical marijuana card in Arizona through AffordableCertification.com, you could have your card in your possession in a matter of 1-2 days or a few weeks in some cases(when something is missing such as AZ ID or EBT award letter. Once you have your card, it is good for two years from the date it was issued, at which time you will need to get a new doctor’s letter and renew your card.
As of the 2020 passage of recreational marijuana in Arizona, legal protections and restrictions regarding marijuana purchase, possession and use have changed, and differ depending on whether you’re a recreational user or medical patient. In 2022, it’s important to understand the differences between the legal protections for medical marijuana patients versus the legal restrictions for recreational marijuana users.
With an Arizona medical marijuana card, you can legally purchase up to 2 ½ ounces of medical marijuana within any two-week period, up to 12 ½ grams of which can be in the form of cannabis concentrate. The Arizona authorities consider purchasing any more than this to be a petty offense. This amount is greater than the limits on recreational marijuana purchases.
Medical marijuana purchases are exempt from the state excise tax of 16 percent applied to all recreational marijuana purchases.
Reciprocity is the recognition of one state’s medical marijuana card in another state with legal medical marijuana and similar qualifications for a state medical marijuana card. Arizona has reciprocity with other applicable medical marijuana states, meaning patients holding an Arizona medical marijuana card can purchase medical marijuana in other medical marijuana states and receive the same legal protections of medical marijuana patients in those states. Recreational marijuana users do not have the same reciprocity or receive such legal protections.
Medical marijuana patients are legally protected from unequal treatment in the workplace due to their status as medical marijuana patients, provided their medical marijuana use doesn’t impair or interfere with their ability to perform their duties.
By having an Arizona medical marijuana card, you are free from arrest or prosecution for purchasing, possessing or using medical marijuana in Arizona, as long as you are abiding by Arizona medical marijuana laws and not breaking any other laws at the same time. If you are ever stopped by an officer of the law for a marijuana-related offense or you are search by an officer who finds marijuana on your person, just let the officer know you have your Arizona medical marijuana card in the registry and, if there are no other extenuating circumstances, you should be free to go. Also keeping your medical card will give access to higher grade medication as opposed to recreational cannabis.
At most Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries, you’ll find a variety of forms and types of medical marijuana. Different forms include flowers (or buds,) edibles, topicals like creams and ointments, and orally-administered forms like tinctures. All forms of medical marijuana can come in three varieties: sativa, indica or a blend of the two. Sativa marijuana tends to be more stimulating and is generally used for mental and emotional symptoms, such as those caused by anxiety, depression or PTSD. Indica marijuana tends to be more relaxing and is generally used for physical symptoms, such as pain, nausea, insomnia and appetite loss. To find out which types and forms of medical marijuana are right for you, ask your doctor. Medical marijuana dispensary agents are also quite knowledgeable about their products and common effects, though they are not doctors themselves and cannot advise you about your medical condition. Medical patients have access to higher grade medication and avoid recreational fees.