The Most Trusted Online Source for Your Medical Marijuana Card.
Available for California & Nevada
*Fee will vary depending on the State
*Fee will vary depending on the State
Our Smart Evaluations™ save you time and money. As technology pioneers in telemedicine, we ensure a thorough assessment that gives you all of the special attention you may need, and none that you don't. There's no appointment necessary. Just complete the Online Health Questionnaire (OHQ) and you'll be routed to one of our licensed medical doctors when necessary.
Once you are approved by one of our medical doctors, your digital copy will be emailed to you immediately. All assessments are processed same-day when received before 5pm PST. If you opt for a paper certificate or card, you will receive it in the mail 3-5 days later in discreet packaging.
After completing your assessment and receiving your the email with your digital recommendation attached, you may print it and walk into your local dispensary. Our SmartMatch™ technology will even help advise which form and strain will be best to try for your symptoms.
We are a reliable group of doctors and technologists who are passionate about the highest quality patient care. We're laser-focused on healthcare and have nothing to do with growing or distribution. Unlike most online (or in-person) medical services that treat you like another number, we put your health first. Our technology saves you time and money without sacrificing the care and compassion you deserve.
No, it is perfectly legal since all of our doctors are California licensed and in adherence with California telemedicine laws.
You must be California resident 18 years of age or older, and have one of the qualifying health conditions approved for cannabis treatment in state of California. Proposition 215 was crafted with the intent of California residents to have easy access to medical marijuana recommendations.
To get your medical marijuana card, we need to be able to prove that you're over 18 years old, so an official state ID or drivers license (doesn't have to be California), passport or military ID is sufficient.
Dispensaries and delivery services, however, can give cannabis only to a California resident. So if you don't have California ID, they may as that you provide proof of residency, which is as simple as showing a lease agreement or utility bill.
Even though California passed Proposition 64 in November of 2016, not all dispensaries are able to sell marijuana without seeing a doctor's recommendation. In fact, most dispensaries not only need to adhere to the local city laws around zoning and compliance, but will also enforce their own best practices. For example, some that are licensed to sell for recreational use will extend discounts for medical use, at their own discretion.
Although great strides have been made in terms of the broadening acceptance of plant medicines, marijuana remains on the Federal government's list of schedule one drugs. Drugs on this schedule cannot technically be "prescribed". However, in accordance with California's Prop 215, a doctors "recommendation" may authorize a patient with qualifying conditions to purchase, consume, possess, and cultivate cannabis for their own consumption in the state of California.
Our doctors teamed up with technologists to build an assessment engine that combines process efficiencies with thoroughness in order to give you the most cost effective and complete care. Weedrec's patent pending Online Health Questionnaire (OHQ) is a thorough and dynamic assessment which changes based on the patient response, all the while becoming more customized and personalized to provide a unique and comprehensive clinical overview. One of our licensed doctors will then review you case which may, or may not require further consultation (conducted by telephone or video conference). In most cases, you will receive your medical marijuana recommendation the same day if submitted before 6PM.