At Dr. Reeferalz, we treat all patients with kindness, compassion, and respect.
We work hard to preserve each patient’s dignity as they proceed through the process of regaining their health and conquering the pain they may live with daily. Put simply, our mission is to empower patients with the ability to treat and heal their bodies with natural medicine.
We promise to provide an easy and straight forward certification process for our patients so that their experience is stress-less.
With Adult Use (Prop 207) passing in Arizona, you may be wondering if it’s beneficial to maintain or acquire a Medical Marijuana certification card. In a nutshell, yes. Even with Adult Use legal, having a Medical Marijuana card will provide the usage, monetary, and legal benefits that non-card holders will have.
Benefits of Having Your Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona
Recreational users must be 21 Years of age to consume, whilst Medical card holders have no age limitations as long as they legally hold a medical card.
Recreational users will be highly taxed, this tax is called excise tax and it is taxed at 16 percent, including Arizona standard taxes this rate is increased to 24.7% on all cannabis purchases, Medical card holders are not subject to this excise tax.
Medical marijuana patients can possess up to two and a half ounces. Recreational marijuana consumers can possess up to one ounce of marijuana with no more than five grams being concentrates/extracts.
Legalization of recreational use does not govern how employers, landlords, and independent agencies handle or carry out their policies. Companies and independent agencies can enforce and deny services based on cannabis consumption. Under 207, employers can discriminate however they want, But they cannot fire someone (with a medical card) for a positive test. They can only take action against them if they are impaired at the workplace or are in possession of medical marijuana in the workplace. Protect yourself legally by having your medical card.
Recreational users are limited in potency when purchasing. No more than 10mg THC per serving per edible up to 100 mg or 100 mg per package can be purchased and a Limit of 5 grams of Concentrate per purchase. Medical Card Holders are not limited in potency and are able to purchase any potency or form of consumption.
Medical marijuana patients can grow marijuana under specific rules to include each patient can grow up to 12 plants. Recreational marijuana can be grown by persons 21 or older, but cultivation is regulated to six cannabis plants per individual’s primary residence.
Recreational marijuana consumers will be able to buy up to one ounce (with no more than five grams being concentrates/extracts) per transaction, Medical marijuana patients can purchase up to two and a half ounces every two weeks.
Demand for recreational marijuana will be very high, so most dispensaries will likely create separate lines for medical marijuana patients and recreational consumers to purchase marijuana. In several states that have Medical and Recreational purchasers, the medical patient takes priority.
Step 1: Contact Us
Call Dr. Reeferalz, email us, or walk-in and start your evaluation process! We’ll let you know what you need and answer any questions you may have.
Step 3: Meet our Doctor
Our doctor will review your records and discuss your condition and medical history. If your situation qualifies, our staff will process your application with the state and you will leave our office with a state receipt, your certification, and renewal information.
Step 2: Schedule Appointment
Once your medical records have been obtained, or you need to schedule an exam with our doctor, we will schedule your evaluation appointment.
Step 4: Patiently Wait
The card is typically approved before the patient leaves the office. However, we advise 24-48 hours (during business days) for your card to be accessible for use.
Last Step: Get Your Card
The card is now digital. Cards will be available via their online portal created when they apply.