Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Thank you for visiting my website! The greatest joy I get out of my profession is being able to share information that will guide patients to living healthier, higher-quality lives. I pinch myself sometimes because I feel so lucky to be happy doing what I love for a living.

-Dr. Daniel Whitelocke M.D.

On this page, you will find some info about medical marijuana and the certification process that you may need to know. It’s very important to keep yourself educated about the medication you put in your body, so feel free to check back here often or keep up with us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to see all of the latest medical information about marijuana, hemp, and cannabis.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A: We give you the lowest price for medical marijuana certification in the state, and Ozark MMJ Cards’ doctors are dedicated and experienced.

A: We accept all majors credit and debit cards, or e-checks.

A: Usually just 10-15 minutes. Most of the information we need is already gathered in the patient intake form, so you can get your card faster. We take pride in our speed! You also never have to wait for a doctor – we never miss appointments! Click here to get started.

A: If you do not have paperwork to support your qualifying condition, that’s no problem at all. The new patient form will let you type in your patient history and/or the background.

A: Yes! Our customer service is HIPAA compliant, so any information you give to a doctor is completely confidential and private. In other words, this is known as Protected Health Information.

A: No. We do not carry any form of marijuana products or any THC containing products. Those products can only be bought legally from licensed Arkansas dispensaries.

A: The most common are delayed reaction time, impaired cognition, decreased performance on short-term memory function tests, worsening of chronic bronchitis (if marijuana is inhaled through smoke), decreased visuospatial discrimination (basically depth perception), paranoia, dry mouth, red eyes, nausea, increased appetite, possible worsening of depression, somnolence (sleepiness).

A: Cannabinoids act as neurotransmitters that participate in a diverse array of functions in the body. These functions are mediated by cannabinoid receptors that are present throughout multiple cell types and organ systems in the body.

This is why cannabis can have so many different effects. THC and CBD are the two most important cannabinoids in marijuana. The main difference between them is that THC has a psychoactive effect, and CBD does not have any psychoactive properties.

No, if you have a parent or guardian’s consent.

A: Yes. You can own, buy, and open-carry guns with an active medical marijuana card.

A: No. You will not be able to renew your concealed carry license in Arkansas if you have an active AR medical marijuana card.

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