What is medical marijuana used for?
Medical marijuana is used to treat a number of different conditions, including: Alzheimer's disease Appetite loss Cancer Crohn's disease Eating disorders such as anorexia Epilepsy Glaucoma Mental health conditions like schizophrenia and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Multiple sclerosis Muscle spasms Nausea Pain Wasting syndrome (cachexia)
Which states allow medical marijuana?
Alaska, Arizona,Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Washington D. C, and West Virginia.
What are the health risks of using marijuana?
About 1 in 10 marijuana users will become addicted. For people who begin using before the age of 18, that number rises to 1 in 6. Some of the signs that someone might be addicted include: Unsuccessful efforts to quit using marijuana. Giving up important activities with friends and family in favor of using marijuana. Using marijuana even when it is known that it causes problems fulfilling everyday jobs at home, school or work. People who are addicted to marijuana may also be at a higher risk of other negative consequences of using the drug, such as problems with attention, memory, and learning. Some people who are addicted need to smoke more and more marijuana to get the same high. It is also important to be aware that the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in marijuana (i.e., marijuana potency or strength) has increased over the past few decades. The higher the THC content, the stronger the effects on the brain. In addition, some methods of using marijuana (e.g., dabbing, edibles) may deliver very high levels of THC to the user. Researchers do not yet know the full extent of the consequences when the body and brain (especially the developing brain) are exposed to high concentrations of THC or how recent increases in potency affect the risk of someone becoming addicted.
Can I return the product after purchase?
All sales of marijuana or like products are final. No returns.
Can medical marijuana help with seizure disorders?
Early evidence from laboratory studies, anecdotal reports, and small clinical studies over a number of years suggest that cannabidiol (CBD) could potentially help control seizures. Research on CBD has been hard to do and taken time due to federal regulations and limited access to cannabidiol. There are also many financial and time constraints. In recent years, a number of studies have shown the benefit of specific plant-based CBD product in treating specific groups of people with epilepsy who have not responded to traditional therapies.
Has the FDA approved medical marijuana?
To date, the FDA has not approved a marketing application for cannabis for the treatment of any disease or condition. The agency has, however, approved one cannabis-derived drug product: Epidiolex (cannabidiol), and three synthetic cannabis-related drug products: Marinol (dronabinol), Syndros (dronabinol), and Cesamet (nabilone). These approved drug products are only available with a prescription from a licensed healthcare provider. Importantly, the FDA has not approved any other cannabis, cannabis-derived, or cannabidiol (CBD) products currently available on the market
Is it possible to “overdose” or have a “bad reaction” to marijuana?
A fatal overdose is unlikely, but that doesn’t mean marijuana is harmless. The signs of using too much marijuana are similar to the typical effects of using marijuana but more severe. These signs may include extreme confusion, anxiety, paranoia, panic, fast heart rate, delusions or hallucinations, increased blood pressure, and severe nausea or vomiting. In some cases, these reactions can lead to unintentional injury such as a motor vehicle crash, fall, or poisoning.
Is it possible to pay for an order with Visa and MasterCard payment cards?
We offer an option called "cashless ATM" meaning you can use your regular debt card like a credit card; without having to stop by the bank to pull out cash. There is a processing fee of $3.50 per transaction. We also accept cash payments as well.
Is it possible to pay by credit card?
Not at this time. Right now purchases are only debit card and cash. If you prefer we will also accept Can Pay.
How do I use a promotional code?
When you come to pick up your order the promotional code will be applied prior to checking out.