Frequently Asked Questions.
Medical cannabis is legal under state and local law. Voters in California legalized the use, cultivation, and possession of cannabis for those with a doctor’s recommendation or approval when they adopted Proposition 215 in 1996, also known as The Compassion Use Act. Within California, the Act allows for the recommendation by a physician for the medical use of marijuana by a patient, and the cultivation, transportation and use of marijuana for medical purposes by patients and caregivers.
The Compassionate Use Act exempts patients, caregivers and physicians who recommend the use of marijuana for medical purposes from criminal laws, punishment, or the denial of any rights or privileges. Senate Bill (SB) 420 (Chapter 875, Statutes of 2003) was written into law in December of 2003 (see California Health and Safety Code, Article 2.5, Sections 11362.7 through 11362.83) and is part of California law to this date.
A specialized doctor may issue a personalized recommendation for medical cannabis to you.
No, your personal information, and your medical information kept completely confidential. It is only stored for our records in a secure area, and it is NOT submitted to any government agency.
We first pre-verify your recommendation status with your doctor. Once you have been pre-verified, we can then discuss medicine details and answer any questions you may have. Please expect a two hour window period or more for all deliveries, depending on driving conditions and location. Please order ahead for preferred timing. For all first time patients, we are required to take a computer scan of your drivers license and doctors recommendation for membership purposes.
We accept cash
Yes, our minimum order is $65.