Consultation – Cannabis as Medicine (60 mins)
Consultation – Lifestyle Medicine (60 mins)
Consultation – Lifestyle/Cannabis Medicine (75 mins)
Consultation + Med Card – 1 yr/2 yr (60 mins)
$175 / $225
Mini – Consultation (30 mins)
Medical Card ONLY – 1yr/2yr (15-30 mins)
Follow Up/Additional Information Visit (15 mins)
If you have a qualifying medical condition, you should have a medical card
Must be an in-state resident and have been diagnosed by a licensed physician as having at least one of the state’s qualifying medical conditions.
Pediatric patients under the age of 18 may get a medical card, but parents or guardians must be the ones to fill out the paperwork and make cannabis-related decisions for the child
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or a medical condition related to the human immunodeficiency virus
- Anxiety disorder
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Autoimmune disease
- Anorexia or cachexia
- Dependence upon or addiction to opioids
- Muscle spasms, including, without limitation, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis
- Neuropathic condition, whether or not such condition causes seizures
- Pain – Severe or Chronic
- Seizures, including, without limitation, seizures caused by epilepsy
- Schedule an appointment and receive an evaluation by a qualified health professional – MD/DO/NP/PA
- Submit a clear picture/copy of the front and back of your Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles issued Driver License or Identification Card.
- Request, complete, and submit the state application along with the physician statement
Usually, an approval is emailed within 48-72 hours. The physical card will follow in 2-3 weeks. Times may vary dependent on the state load.
There are several reasons to have a medical card, if you have a qualifying condition…
- To reinforce the fact that cannabis is medicine
- You are to be allowed personal attention at the dispensaries
- Allowed to possess 2.5 oz vs 1 oz with adult/rec use
- Often, the medical dispensaries will have “medical grade” products
- Home growing allowed – product can be lab tested
- Reduced tax burden – the 10% access fee is waived
- It may be an sort of “insurance card” – Verify that you are using cannabis for medical benefit, not recreational use, should an incident occur
- I will be on a “list” so my employer or my insurance company will know that I use cannabis – False
- If the police stop me, they will be able to see that I have a card – True, but there needs to be a valid reason to access the system
- I will not be able to have a CCW license – True, for now. With recreational access this law will hopefully be removed from the books.
- It is unnecessary – False – From governmental officials to medical professional, and in between, need to understand that people use this as medicine. Maintaining a med card helps show how many people need this.