CannaMed is now offering medical marijuana evaluations in Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Woodland Hills, and Santa Barbara, California and Boston, Massachusetts
Woodland Hills, California (PRWEB) July 25, 2013
CannaMed, Southern California’s leading medical marijuana clinic, is now providing medical marijuana consultations in Boston (Framingham) as allowed by the Initiative Petition for a Law for the Humanitarian Medical Use of Marijuana that recently passed pursuant to Amendment Article 48 of the Massachusetts Constitution.
Current medical marijuana laws can be confusing and CannaMed urges medical marijuana patients to use only reputable medical marijuana clinics to ensure full compliance with local laws. In California, many medical marijuana patients assume that their letter of recommendation from a doctor to consume medical marijuana is in full compliance. However, many patients are in violation of state laws due to the fact that their doctor does not have the proper fictitious name filing with the California Medical Board.
Everyday CannaMed is approached by irate medical marijuana patients who have discovered that their doctor’s recommendation letter is invalid. In June of 2011, the California Medical Board sent an announcement to California medical marijuana dispensaries stating that it is the dispensaries responsibility to verify that the recommending doctor is practicing legally by making sure they have a fictitious name filing with the California Medical Board.
CannaMed recommends that any medical marijuana patient worried that they may be in violation of the rules visit CannaMed immediately for a complete medical marijuana evaluation to ensure full compliance with state laws.
CannaMed has five convenient locations in California and Massachusetts for patients to visit. Patients can visit CannaMed for medical marijuana in Woodland Hills, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, and Santa Barbara, California. Massachusetts residents can visit CannaMed Medical Marijuana in Boston.
The CannaMed evaluation process is simple after making an appointment:
Step 1. Patients must bring medical records, treatment or diagnosis.
Step 2. Patients must bring in their Massachusetts I.D.
Step 3. Schedule an appointment to see the Doctor.
Step 4. Patients receive their Medical Marijuana Card & Recommendation Letter, if approved.
Detailed information can be found on CannaMed’s website at http://cannamed.com.