With the legalization of medical marijuana across the state of Virginia, qualifying patients can now obtain a recommendation from a qualified physician and access medical marijuana dispensaries.
The medical marijuana laws in Virginia allow doctors to recommend cannabis for any ailment that they believe could benefit from its use. Some of the most common conditions that patients include: anxiety, cancer, chronic pain, epilepsy, glaucoma PTSD, and many others. The team of compassionate doctors at Virginia Marijuana Card can help you get approved.
How to Qualify For A Medical Marijuana Card in Virginia
To qualify for a Virginia Marijuana Card and legally purchase cannabis from dispensaries, patients must first meet with a physician and obtain a written recommendation. Patients will also need to show proof of Virginia residency by showing a current driver’s license or state-issued identification.
After having your medical marijuana evaluation and obtaining your recommendation, the doctor will enter your approval into the state’s medical marijuana registry. Once you are entered into the registry, you can then access all dispensaries across the state of Virginia.
How Do I Find a Certified Doctor?
At Virginia Marijuana Card, you can schedule a fast, easy medical marijuana evaluation from the safety and comfort of your home. With all appointments being conducted through a safe, HIPAA-compliant telemedicine platform, you can connect with a doctor from any smartphone, tablet or computer. The secure video conference with the doctor will last roughly 20-30 minutes.
About Virginia Marijuana Card
Virginia Marijuana Card and its affiliated companies have helped more than 70,000 patients obtain their medical marijuana card nationwide, with clinics in Ohio, Arkansas, Missouri, West Virginia and Louisiana.
In addition to safe, easy telemedicine appointments, Virginia Marijuana Card is unmatched in offering patient resources. Some of the patient benefits include: same day approval, price match guarantee and veterans discounts. Patients interested in booking a risk-free evaluation, can visit VirginiaMarijuanaCard.com.
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