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Marijuana News in Arizona and World

Marijuana DoctorsThe study received responses from 1,446 doctors throughout 72 different countries and in 56 different states and provinces in North America.

The surveyed doctors were given a hypothetical case about a 68 year old woman with breast cancer that had metastasized (spread) to her chest cavity, lungs and spine. The doctors were asked if they would recommend marijuana tot he patient to help her with her medical symptoms.

More than seventy-five percent of the North American physicians approved the use of medical marijuana in the scenario. About seventy-eight percent of doctors outside North America supported medical marijuana use as well.

Phoenix Dispensaries

How to Get Marijuana in Phoenix.

There are a few places to legally get medical marijuana in Phoenix: Phoenix dispensaries, caregivers, or delivery services (i.e. patient to patient exchange).

But first, you need to get a medical marijuana card from a marijuana doctor. Find marijuana doctors in Phoenix.

Phoenix Dispensaries

To find all licensed and opened medical marijuana dispensaries in Phoenix, view the Phoenix Dispensary Map or the Phoenix Dispensary Directory, which lists dispensaries by city.

Marijuana Delivery Services

If you prefer staying home and having your medical marijuana delivered to you by another medical marijuana patient, then view our marijuana Delivery Services Directory.

Marijuana Classifieds

Another easy way to find medical marijuana is via the AZmarijuana.com marijuana Classifieds. Our classified ads are FREE to browse and post. You can search for patients and caregivers who have excess medicine to donate to you.

Now you know where and how you can legally buy medical marijuana in Arizona. Next, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy your all-natural medicine!

Join the AZmarijuana.com Community!

Don’t forget to join Arizona’a largest online medical marijuana community with thousands of pro-medical marijuana folks by joining AZmarijuana.com here. Join TODAY and get receive our free monthly newsletter, access to Arizona medical marijuana industry coupons, and more! Join us on Facebook too and see all our funny images and videos!

Related Topics:

Learn how to get a medical marijuana in Arizona.

View all Arizona dispensaries on the Dispensary Map.

Browse or post marijuana-related products or services on in our Marijuana Classifieds.

Have discussions or meet Arizona marijuana advocates and businesses in our Marijuana Forum.

See our Reviews which include marijuana product reviews and local marijuana strain reviews from dispensaries.

Find the best medical marijuana doctors in Phoenix and throughout Arizona.

 

Arizona medical marijuana law states that dispensaries have one year to qualify for a certificate to operate and then open. Or else the dispensaries could permanently lose the authorization to open their dispensary if they take longer than a year to obtain their approval.

In a lawsuit filed last week in Maricopa County Superior Court, to-be dispensary owners are asking a judge to order state officials to give them more time to get their dispensaries up and running.

The owners are arguing that the lawsuit which involved White Mountain Health Center dispensary had a “chilling effect” on the other to-be dispensary owners; therefore, delaying other to-be dispensary owners from opening as soon as they would have liked.

Will Humble, the Director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, said he might give the 11 owners more time.

Chino Valley, which is just north of Prescott, and Tempe both get their first medical marijuana dispensaries.

Organica Patient Group dispensary of Chino Valley is scheduled to open today. Harvest of Tempe dispensary just opened this week.

Both dispensaries are licensed to dispense medical marijuana in Arizona. Both dispensaries will be carrying edibles and many strains of high-quality medical marijuana for Arizona medical marijuana patients.

To find all open Arizona dispensaries, visit the Dispensary Map on AZmarijuana.com.

University of Arizona physician Sue Sisley will now be able to continue her on-campus research of the medicinal benefits of marijuana because the State just passed a law allowing universities to study marijuana.

“We’re going to be looking at combat veterans who have treatment-resistent PTSD,” said Sisley. “And we’re going to be examining five different dosages of both smoke and vaporized marijuana.”

Sisley also stated: “I think that’s the real purpose of a public university is to be able to examine subjects that are hard or controversial or complex in an environment that isn’t plagued by politics.”

Sisley has already been approved by one federal agency and given the go-ahead from the University of Arizona, but still needs sign-off with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Phoenix Marijuana

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Phoenix Marijuana

Phoenix Marijuana.

There are a few places to legally get medical marijuana in Phoenix: Phoenix dispensaries, caregivers, or delivery services (i.e. patient to patient exchange).

But first, you need to get a medical marijuana card from a marijuana doctor. Find marijuana doctors in Phoenix.

Phoenix Dispensaries

To find all licensed and opened medical marijuana dispensaries in Phoenix, view the Phoenix Dispensary Map or the Phoenix Dispensary Directory, which lists dispensaries by city.

Marijuana Delivery Services

If you prefer staying home and having your medical marijuana delivered to you by another medical marijuana patient, then view our marijuana Delivery Services Directory.

Marijuana Classifieds

Another easy way to find medical marijuana is via the AZmarijuana.com marijuana Classifieds. Our classified ads are FREE to browse and post. You can search for patients and caregivers who have excess medicine to donate to you.

Now you know where and how you can legally buy medical marijuana in Arizona. Next, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy your all-natural medicine!

Join the AZmarijuana.com Community!

Don’t forget to join Arizona’a largest online medical marijuana community with thousands of pro-medical marijuana folks by joining AZmarijuana.com here. Join TODAY and get receive our free monthly newsletter, access to Arizona medical marijuana industry coupons, and more! Join us on Facebook too and see all our funny images and videos!

Related Topics:

Learn how to get a medical marijuana in Arizona.

View all Arizona dispensaries on the Dispensary Map.

Browse or post marijuana-related products or services on in our Marijuana Classifieds.

Have discussions or meet Arizona marijuana advocates and businesses in our Marijuana Forum.

See our Reviews which include marijuana product reviews and local marijuana strain reviews from dispensaries.

Find the best medical marijuana doctors in Phoenix and throughout Arizona.

 

The Giving Tree Wellness Center medical marijuana dispensary in Deer Valley will be having its grand opening on Monday, May 6.

The dispensary will be among the first handful of dispensaries to open in the Phoenix metro area.

The dispensary owners designed the dispensary as a non-profit wellness center which means that medical marijuana patients that become customers of The Giving Tree Wellness Center will be provided with complimentary services such as: yoga classes, massages, acupuncture, nutrition advice, medical marijuana educational materials, and more.

The free services will be available to The Giving Tree’s customers in the near future and are made possible because The Giving Tree Wellness Center will be taking the revenue from its dispensary operation and putting it back into the alternative medical services for its customers.

The Giving Tree Wellness Center will also be opening a dispensary in Mesa later this summer, which could be the first dispensary to open in the east valley.

Find where The Giving Tree Wellness Center is located by viewing the AZmarijuana.com Dispensary Map.

 

Arizona lawmakers voted on April 24, to establish a potential way for medical marijuana to be researched at state universities. Marijuana research could eventually help doctors in Arizona to recommend medical marijuana for more medical conditions.

The Senate has already approved the measure and Governor Jan Brewer appears to be open to the idea.

Studies on marijuana for medical conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for combat veterans could eventually lead to PTSD being a qualifying condition for medical marijuana in Arizona. Hopefully, medical marijuana would help reduce the rate of suicides in post-combat vets.

Other medical conditions such as anxiety and depression are qualifying conditions in many states, but not in Arizona. Hopefully, the state university research studies will shed light onto the medicinal benefits of marijuana for these conditions and others, thus making them qualifying conditions in lawmakers’ eyes.

Phoenix is getting it’s first medical marijuana dispensary.

Bloom Sky Train dispensary is located by Sky Harbor Airport and is having its grand opening on Wednesday, April 24.

Find all Arizona dispensaries on the AZmarijuana.com Dispensary Map.

 

According to Arizona law, medical marijuana cultivators living within 25 miles of a dispensary won’t be allowed to grow medical marijuana.

The 25 mile rule is based on “as the crow flies,” so you could be on the other side of an impassable mountain range or the Grand Canyon, yet there is likely going to be a dispensary within that 25 mile range of your home. This means that it could take you two hours or more to drive to that one dispensary that is within 25 miles of you. And that one dispensary is your only “convenient” and legal option for getting medical marijuana in Arizona.

Keith Floyd, an Arizona medical marijuana patient and grower, has initiated a civil action lawsuit against Arizona that is challenging the Constitutional legality of the 25 mile rule. He wants to abolish the 25 mile rule. Mr. Floyd is attempting to raise funds for his lawsuit and could use help from the Arizona medical marijuana community.

To fund or support Keith Floyd’s cause, visit: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/bOrU8