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We Connect Qualified Virginia Doctors to Provide Access to Those in Need

Through personal experiences and witness to its efficacy, our team of licensed Virginia doctors share the conviction in the use of cannabis to assist their patients in living happier, healthier, and more productive lives

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Safe, Secure, HIPAA Compliant

Your Discretion, Security, and Privacy is our top priority. All information and transactions remain securely stored in our HIPAA compliant EMR platform.

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SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS - We Have Appointments Available 6 Days a Week From 8 AM - 8 PM

Your time is valuable. We pride ourselves in making the evaluation, recommendation, and connection to your nearest Cannabis pharmacy a single, seamless process.

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Virginia Registered Doctors

Recruited, screened, and Hand-picked personally, each of our Doctors are respected professionals licensed and practicing within the State of Virginia who understand the efficacy and see the need for change.

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Immediate Access to Cannabis Products And Dispensaries

Register with the Department of Health. Please allow 10 days for printing from the date you paid for your ID card and 14 days to receive it in the mail. Your card will be mailed to the address in your patient profile.

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100% Refund if Not Approved

Transactions will occur at the end of the doctor’s evaluation. For patients that do not qualify, the transaction will not be processed, and the patient will not be charged.

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Get Your Medical Cannabis Card

Get your recommendation today and access ‘Life Change’.

How It Works

Gain access to medical marijuana products from the comfort of your home or any mobile device. It will just take you a few steps!

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS & LOCATIONS


A person with an approved serious medical condition who is a Virginia resident and is certified by a doctor participating in the program

 

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ALS
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Cachexia and wasting Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Chronic Pain
  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Tourette’s Syndrome

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Yes, July 1, 2020, possession of authorized medical cannabis products by those registered to participate in the state’s program are provided explicit statutory legal protection.

Yes, there are four dispensaries open. Dharma Pharmaceuticals in Bristol, gLeaf in Richmond, Beyond-Hello in Manassas and Columbia Care in Portsmouth.

As of February 2021, four dispensaries are open. In 2017, Virginia approved a regulatory program for the in-state production of extraction-based medical cannabis products by five providers, initially, one per Health Service Area (HSA), who will grow, extract, dispense and deliver the products. These licensed providers​ are called “pharmaceutical processors” in Code and are simply vertically-integrated cannabis companies, meaning everything from growth through dispensation is done on one site by one company.

Additionally, 2020 legislation allows the licensed processors to open an additional five “cannabis dispensing facilities” (dispensaries) in their Health Service Area.

Patients must bring a valid, government issued ID, their medical cannabis card issued by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy, and a printed copy of their unexpired written certification.

Only patients and registered agents may enter the dispensary. Children, spouses, and aids are not permitted unless they are registered.

A “90-day supply.” This is ultimately determined by the pharmacist in consultation with the patient.

Please visit How to Register for more information.

Fee is $50 for patients; $25 for parent/legal guardian or registered agent.

  1. Completed Certification from a registered practitioner
  2. Proof of Patient’s Residency
  3. Proof of Patient’s Identity
  4. Proof of Patient’s Age
  5. Proof of Parent/Guardian Residency
  6. Proof of Parent/Guardian Identity
  7. Proof of Parent/Guardian Age

Email pharmbd@dhp.virginia.gov
Phone: (804) 367-4444
Fax (804) 527-4472
Virginia Board of Pharmacy
Perimeter Center
9960 Mayland Drive
Suite 300
Henrico, VA 23233-1463

Is this only for oils?

No, SB1557 clarifies that “any formulation” may be dispensed. Patients can expect to see preparations like capsules, sprays, tinctures, oils, creams, gels, lozenges, patches, troches, suppositories, lollipops, and inhalation products.
Legislation is pending to allow the dispensing of botanical medical cannabis. Should Governor Northam approve the measures, sales are expected to begin as early as September 2021.

No, the products may contain up to 10 mg THC per dose. “Dose” means a single unit, like one capsule or one dropperful. “Dosage” is the total amount taken each time, for example, 2 sprays 4 times per day. There are no limits on dosages.

As of February 2021, products allowed under the program are limited to extraction-based preparations.

Legislation is pending to allow the dispensing of botanical medical cannabis. Should Governor Northam approve the measures, sales are expected to begin as early as September 2021.

Yes, edible products are available.

No, doctors in the US cannot “prescribe” medical cannabis, but they can recommend it. Virginia practitioners ​issue written certifications​, not prescriptions.

Yes, psychoactive means to affect the brain. Psychoactive ​does not​ explicitly mean intoxicating, psychotropic or hallucinogenic.

The consensus at NORML is that the conclusion reached by the ATF and Justices of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is based on a broad interpretation of a 1968 federal law forbidding the sale of firearms to those considered an “unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance.” At this point in time, no state is engaged in the sharing of data related to state-sanctioned activities of medical cannabis patients. So, unless a person responds “yes” to the question regarding their marijuana use on the NICS background check, the federal government has no real way to enforce this outdated law.

Furthermore, since the passage of Rohrabacher-Farr, the DOJ cannot use federal funds to prosecute medical cannabis patients who are engaged in the state-sanctioned activity.

  1. Don’t consume your cannabis medicine in public.
  2. Don’t take it out of your home unless absolutely necessary.
  3. Keep your patient registration card with your cannabis medicine at all times.
  4. If you must travel with your cannabis medicine, place it in a locked container in your trunk.
  5. Don’t drive impaired. Ever.
  6. Don’t post on social media about your cannabis medicine.

$179 Renewal fee. Sign up fee costs $199 for the first year.


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