For years, cancer patients have used marijuana to combat the side effects of chemotherapy.
But a new study furthers support for many patients’ belief that marijuana has the potential to impede the spread of cancer itself.
Japanese researches found that cannabidiol (CBD), the miracle of component of cannabis that has been shown to have profound efficacy as a pain reliever, also has an anti-proliferative effect on cancer cells.
CBD is obtained from its parent molecule, cannabidiolic acid (CBDA). Results of the current investigation revealed that CBDA inhibits migration of the highly invasive MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells.
The Marijuana Doctor at Precision Medical Group is excited that researchers continue to mount evidence that marijuana serves many medicinal purposes.
How old do you have to be to qualify for an AZ Medical Marijuana Card?
There is no age limit. There are two types of qualified patients – adults and those under the age of 18. If a patient is under 18, the patient’s custodial parent or legal guardian must be designated as the their caregiver.
How much does it cost to get my Arizona Medical Marijuana Card?
There are 2 fees associated with getting your medical marijuana card. The first is the state fee of $150 or $75 if you receive food stamps. The second fee is the clinic fee. We only charge $100, so call today!
What if I have a Medical Marijuana Card from another state?
In order to qualify for a card in Arizona, you will need to prove residency during the application process and obtain a written certificate from an Arizona physician. So long as you comply with those requirements, you can obtain a card in Arizona, regardless of if you already have a card from another state.
How long will my Arizona Medical Marijuana Card last?
Your card will expire one year after issue date. Make sure to apply for renewal at least 30 days prior to the expiration date.
Where can I buy marijuana once I have my AZ Medical Marijuana Card?
Once you have your card you can buy medical marijuana from a dispensary, your caregiver, or another qualified patient.
Can I grow marijuana once I get my card?
Make sure to indicate if you are willing and able to grow marijuana for your own use (or if you want to have a designated caregiver grow marijuana for you) on your Arizona Medical Marijuana card application. If there isn’t a dispensary within 25 miles of your home address, you’re good to grow.
Once I get my card, how much marijuana will I be able to buy?
Once you are qualified and have your card, you will be able to buy up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana in a 14-day period from a registered dispensary.
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