Medical Marijuana California

Medical Marijuana was approved in California in November 5, 1996. This removed state-level criminal penalties on persons using, possessing and cultivating it for medical purposes. A patient has to have a written recommendation from his or her doctor that he or she will benefit from medical marijuana.
Persons who are diagnosed with debilitating illness where the use of marijuana medically is deemed right and recommend by a physician have a legal protection. Some conditions that are approved for medical marijuana in California include Anorexia, AIDS, arthritis, Cachexia, chronic pain, glaucoma, cancer, severe nausea, migraine, persistent muscle spasms, seizures, epilepsy and other chronic medical symptoms.
Patients or their main caregivers may legally possess not exceeding eight ounces of dried marijuana or six mature cannabis plants or twelve immature cannabis plants in place of six mature ones. The legislation also allows municipalities and councils to maintain or approve local ordinances that permit patients to acquire large quantities of medical marijuana than allowed under the state guidelines. The medical marijuana licensed cannabis dispensary provides affordable, safe and comfortable environment access for medical marijuana patients. It is open from 10 am to 8 pm daily, including Saturdays and Sundays. The legalization of medical marijuana in California has helped hundreds of patients suffering various symptoms.

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