Medical marijuana laws recently signed by Governor Brown state that cannabis dispensaries must be licensed and comply with local ordinances. This new law is not a problem in cities where medical marijuana dispensaries are legal such as West Hollywood and San Francisco. It can possibly be a problem for cities where medical marijuana dispensaries are merely decriminalized, such as for our Los Angeles marijuana dispensaries according to the author from this LA Weekly article New Marijuana Rules Could Close Every Dispensary in L.A. http://goo.gl/x4FzFS via @laweekly.
Medical Marijuana regulation of medicine is especially important to minimize the side effects patients experience. Patients often experience side effects from marijuana often intended for the recreational user. It is important to for any collective donating medicine to classify certain medication strains. They will also provide quality assurance measures for any product provided. All patients must adhere to regulations regarding the safe transportation of medical marijuana. We will provide you with basic safety knowledge before leaving our office. The Bauru of Cannabis Control in California can provide specific information for your area.
In the current medical marijuana climate in California, our medical doctors can recommend cannabis. After the patient receives the recommendation, the patients next step is finding a dispensary. The patient will then determine their dosage and method of intake. Out of concern it is important for collectives to provide basic information for the patient about any medication provided including correct strain information, and correctly calculates milligrams and establishes a history of side effects. This will hopefully minimize unanticipated, annoying, and possibly dangerous side effects. You can minimize the potential of side effects by using low dosage on your initial intake. To set an appointment you may visit our website or contact us by phone our knowledgeable staff is available 7 days a week.
Medical marijuana laws recently signed by Governor Brown