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Conditions treated with Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana Conditions Glossary Below is a glossary of ailments with symptoms and/or side effect that have been treated with medical marijuana.* This text is for informative purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice from a doctor. Always consult your physician before making any decision on the treatment of a […]

Medical Marijuana and Radiation Therapy

Medical Marijuana and Radiation Therapy What Is Radiation Therapy? Treatment with x-rays or radionuclides. The most common side effects are tiredness, skin reactions (such as a rash or redness, permanent pigmentation, and scarring) in the treated area, loss of appetite, inflammation of tissues and organs, diarrhea and a decreased number of white blood cells. Medical […]

Medical Marijuana and Chemotherapy

Medical Marijuana and Chemotherapy What Is Chemotherapy? Treatment of disease by means of chemical substances or drugs; usually used in reference to neoplastic disease. The list of side effects is vast, but the most common include nausea and vomiting; hair loss; fatigue; increased chance of bruising and bleeding; anemia; infection; intestinal problems; appetite and weight […]

Medical Marijuana and Cancer

Medical Marijuana and Cancer What Is Cancer? General term frequently used to indicate any of various types of malignant neoplasms, most of which invade surrounding tissues, may metastasize to several sites, and are likely to recur after attempted removal and to kill the patient unless adequately treated. There are more than one hundred different types […]

How to Request and Obtain Your Medical Records

Obtaining Your Medical Records How to Request and Obtain Your Medical Records Before your marijuana evaluation appointment, it’s imperative that you obtain a copy of your medical records, indicating your diagnosis. In order to get medical marijuana in any state, you must first obtain a copy of your medical records. If you arrive to your […]

Medical Marijuana in Hawaii

Hawaii Medical Marijuana hawaii-senate-bill-862 was approved by the Hawaii House of Representatives 32-18, and by the Hawaii state Senate by a vote of 13-12. It was signed into law by Governor Ben Cayetano on June 14th 2000. The legal medical marijuana program for the state of Hawaii allows legal medical marijuana patients to receive a medical […]

How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana Card in Hawaii

Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card Under Hawaii medical marijuana law, qualifying patients must register with and obtain a registration certificate (sometimes referred to as a medical marijuana card, cannabis card, or pot card) from the Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED), a division of Hawaii’s Department of Safety. The fee is currently $25. The registration certificate is valid […]

Full Text of Hawaii’s Medical Marijuana Law

Full Text of Hawaii’s Medical Marijuana Law The Hawai`i Medical Marijuana Act CHAPTER 329. [NEW] UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT PART IX. MEDICAL USE OF MARIJUANA [§329-121]. Definitions As used in this part: “Adequate supply” means an amount of marijuana jointly possessed between the qualifying patient and the primary caregiver that is not more than is […]

Who Qualifies for Medicinal Marijuana in Hawaii

Who Qualifies for Medicinal Marijuana in Hawaii On June 14, 2000, Governor Ben Cayetano signed Senate Bill 862, which established the Hawaii Medical Marijuana Act to remove state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of medical marijuana (also referred to as medical weed, medical pot or medical cannabis) by patients who possess a […]

Medi-Pot Dispensary Bill Moves on to Full House

Medi-Pot Dispensary Bill Moves on to Full House Several medical marijuana and decriminalization bills remain alive in the Hawaii Legislature, but outright legalization bills didn’t make it. MARCH 3, 2015·By MARINA RIKER A bill that would create a statewide medical marijuana dispensary in Hawaii is moving on to the full House of Representatives. House Bill […]