The Doctor’s Medical Marijuana Website Disclaimer
The doctor can:
- Discuss, fully and candidly, the risks and benefits of medical marijuana with patients.
- Recommend (or Approve, Endorse, Suggest, or Advise, etc.), in accordance with their medical judgment, marijuana for patient use.
- Record in his patients’ charts discussions about and recommendations of medical marijuana.
- Sign a government form or otherwise inform state or local officials that he has recommended medical marijuana for particular patients.
- Testify in court or through written declaration about recommending medical marijuana for a certain patient.
- Educate himself about the medical benefits of marijuana, its various clinical applications, and different routes of ingestion.
The doctor cannot prescribe medical marijuana. This includes writing a recommendation on an Rx form. The doctor cannot assist patients in obtaining marijuana. The doctor cannot cultivate or possess marijuana for patient use. The doctor cannot physically assist patients in using marijuana. The doctor will not recommend marijuana without a justifiable medical cause.
This website does not endorse or promote the sale of marijuana. This includes any link to a site that transports, imports into this state, sells, furnishes, administers, gives away, or offers to transport, import into this state, sell, furnish, administer, give away, or attempts to import into this state or transport any marijuana. It is a felony to sell, transport, or distribute any amount of marijuana in the State of California or Hawaii.
Any attempt to purchase marijuana illegally maybe punished by imprisonment in the state or federal prison or a fine. Any person who uses Prop 215 as a ‘smoke screen’ with intent to sell marijuana is considered a felon, and anyone convicted of such crime will be harshly punished.
Respect Prop 215! CONANT v WALTERS