Hawaii Medical Marijuana

Since January 2000, Hawaii implemented a Medical Marijuana program. This program ensures the safety and protects a patient that has been granted the right to consume marijuana in order to treat a plethora of diseases and discomforts from any legal repercussions. The Hawaii Medical Marijuana program is said to be one of the most compassionate systems within the United States and even protects patients that possess more than the legal limit in terms of cannabis having the right to claim that it is for “legal necessities”. In order to create Essential Hemp Oils a patient might require a pound of useable marijuana to produce roughly 2-3 ounces of oils. Thus making sense that the patient required more marijuana than legally allowed due to “Medical Necessities”. In order for a patient to obtain a Medical Marijuana license he/she must first go to a registered physician in order to obtain a recommendation. The physician will do a thorough physical examination and a review of the patient’s medical history. If the doctor sees Marijuana as a suitable treatment, the recommendation will be given to the patient. The patient in turn would have to go to the State Department of Health to apply for the license. The patient would have to pay an annual fee to gain access to the program. With the Medical Marijuana license in hand the patient would be granted access to state licensed dispensaries and/or could grow their own marijuana. Caregivers are also allowed to grow marijuana for patients that are unable to grow their own medicine. Some of the diseases that classify a patient worthy of the Hawaii Medical Marijuana program include, but are not limited to; Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, Immune Deficiency disorders, eating disorders, anxiety disorders and much more. Be sure to check out your state website for more information on the diseases. The Hawaii Medical Marijuana Program creates safe access for patients in dire need of relief. Marijuana has been proven to contain a plethora of medicinal uses and currently is being legalized for medical purposes all over the United States. Marijuana Doctors 411 will continue to watch for any amendments to the Hawaii Medical Marijuana program in order to provide accurate and relative information relating to the system.  
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