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Speak to a doctor to see if cannabis is right for you

Have a doctor review your medical history or current medication list, to see if cannabis can help you achieve your wellness goals.  Marijuana Doctors on the Heally platform specialize in many areas including:

Anxiety and Stress

Addiction Treatment

Sports Medicine

Women's Health

Pain Management

Oncology

Cannabis in New York

In New York, a patient can choose from oil cartridges to vaporize, capsules, and oral tinctures all made from Medical Marijuana extracts. Currently marijuana flower or edibles are not offered in New York. Medical Marijuana is grown under strict supervision by New York Department of Health, and is organic, free of contaminants and mold. Lab tested and certified.

What are qualifying conditions in New York for medical marijuana?

Qualifying conditions in New York is one or more of the following severe debilitating or life threatening conditions: cancer, HIV infection or AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury with spasticity, epilepsy, inflammatory bowel disease, neuropathy, Huntington's disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, and as an alternative to opioid use or substance use disorder.

How does Heally work?

Create an account. Talk to a marijuana doctor using your mobile device or computer. (No appointment is necessary.) If a doctor thinks cannabis can help, they will discuss treatment options. Post visit your certification is available for download within an hour and can be used at a local medical marijuana dispensary same day. The New York State Health Department will mail you a marijuana card within one week of certification. You will not be charged the $150 fee if the doctor does not believe that the video visit meets his standard of care.

Cannabis Health and News in New York

  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Get Your New York State Medical Marijuana Certification
    Your Step-by-Step Guide to Get Your New York State Medical Marijuana Certification
    If you live in the State of New York and are curious about the therapeutic benefits of utilizing cannabis for your health, wellness, or pain-management it may be time to discuss your options with a doctor. Knowing where to start may be a little confusing, so we wanted to walk through the steps it will […]
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  • The 5 Types of Legal Cannabis in New York
    The 5 Types of Legal Cannabis in New York
    The 5 Types of Legal Cannabis in New York In 2014, New York State passed the Compassionate Care Act, which allowed those who matched certain requirements to access cannabis through the New York State Medical Marijuana Program. Patients who were diagnosed with one of the few qualifying conditions could utilize cannabis, but not all types. […]
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  • New York Cannabis Laws and What’s Coming Next
    New York Cannabis Laws and What’s Coming Next
    Cannabis has been federally illegal in the United States since 1937 when Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Marihuana Tax Act, but with the hard work of grassroots advocates, opinions have steadily shifted toward legalization forcing many states to pass laws allowing its use. A change in the New York state of mind In 2014, New York became the [...]
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MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN THE BIG APPLE

For each of the 33 states that have legalized medical marijuana, there are different rules and regulations that patients have to follow. While some states, such as California, have earned a reputation for relatively easy standards when it comes to obtaining a medical cannabis card, others are more difficult. New York, in particular, has a process that is expensive, time-consuming, and deliberately filled with red tape. The qualifying conditions for the medical marijuana program in New York are generally much more severe than those in other states. This includes conditions like HIV or AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Parkinson's disease. . Unfortunately, New York does not consider more common medical issues such as anxiety, insomnia, or lower back pain to be relevant for cannabis treatment. Although change is slow, attitudes surrounding medical cannabis in New York have evolved and will continue to change in the years to come.

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