is MMJ legit? Medical cannabis is playing an increasingly significant role in the health care system, but there is still a lot of research left to be conducted regarding its efficacy. Additionally, most longterm studies have not yet come to completion, on account of having just begun to unravel within the last twenty or so […]Read More Will Insurance Pay for My Medical Marijuana?
Pain Takes Centerfold in Utah’s MMJ Program Utah has been prized as a humble mecca of recreation (no, not that type of recreation) for decades, and is a tempting travel destination for any nature lover. According to a 2018 report conducted by the AHS United Health Foundation, Utah earned a fifth place overall ranking as […]Read More Chronic Pain Is Utah’s #1 QualifIER
THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BECOMING A UTAH MMJ PATIENT Marijuana has been used as a medicine for centuries, but it was not until the late 1990s that individual states began to legalize marijuana for medicinal use. In 2018, Utah became one of the latest states to do so when voters passed Proposition 2, otherwise known […]Read More EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT APPLYING FOR A MEDICAL CANNABIS CARD IN UTAH
NO CASH? NO PROBLEM. Patients in Utah now have access to a more convenient payment system, along with a few additional resources which make transactions easier for both cannabis pharmacies and their visitors. While cash is still considered the most convenient option, some areas offer tax-free cash cards that can be used at licensed dispensaries […]Read More Alternative to Cash Payments for Cannabis IN UTAH
MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUD, SIMPLIFIED A person should be able to choose whether or not to use cannabis if he wants to. They should also be able to pay for it if they choose to do so. People who need cannabis for medicine should be able to get it legally without having to spend […]Read More How To Save at a Cannabis Dispensary
In the state of Utah, medical cannabis is still in its infancy. The 41,419 people who have registered as patients represent only a fraction of those who could benefit from the program. What does this mean for those who live in or visit these states? It means that if you have chronic pain, epilepsy, or […]Read More Utah’s Medical Marijuana Program Still Needs To Grow