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Erase My Back Pain

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-05-23)


Physicians who recommend marijuana medicinally Erase My Back Pain are protected from federal prosecution so long as they don't get involved with distribution or production. Thousands of doctors are recommending marijuana under state medical marijuana laws, and so far, no one has been punished by the federal government. Patients may seek a certification from their general practitioner, however, he or she may not be willing to provide the recommendation. This could be based on fear of prosecution, or simply not knowing enough about it. If that happens, patients are legally within their right to receive a copy of their medical records and seek another doctor who is knowledgeable about medical marijuana. States typically require recommendations come from a physician licensed to practice in that state. Arizona does this. Once the certification is obtained, the next step is to apply with the Arizona Department of Health Services for an Arizona Medical Marijuana ID Registry Card. The Arizona Medical Marijuana ID card is good for one year from the date of production. Then a new certification will be necessary. A written certification includes: Has assumed primary responsibility for providing management and routine care of the patient's debilitating medical condition after conducting a comprehensive medical history and physical examination, including a personal review of the patient's medical record maintained by other treating physicians, that may include the patient's reaction and response to conventional medical therapies. A statement, initialed by the physician, that the physician reviewed all prescription and non-prescription medications and supplements that the qualifying patient is currently using for consideration of any potential drug interaction with medical marijuana; An attestation that the information provided in the written certification is true and correct; and Marijuana has no specific drug class, but legally it is considered a Schedule 1 Narcotic by the DEA. This means it's defined as having a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use. Multiple states (15 now including Arizona as the latest), disagree with this and have laws on the books legalizing marijuana for medicinal usage.

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