Californians & New Yorkers! Get Approved for Your Medical Marijuana Card in Minutes!

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If you're lucky to live in California or New York you can easily and quickly get certified for a medical marijuana card with NuggMD.


Californians & New Yorkers! Get Approved for Your Medical Marijuana Card in Minutes!

Before you google “medical marijuana dispensaries,” know that twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia now have laws legalizing marijuana in some form—but not all state programs are created equal.

Some states like California and New York grant relatively easy access to MMJ; however, others have stricter laws allowing patients to possess medical cannabis only if they suffer from certain illnesses or conditions.

To make registering with the programs in NY and CA even easier, you can apply online and get your medical marijuana prescription and ID card in minutes.

California became the first state to offer MMJ when Proposition 215 passed in 1996. New York just joined the MMJ revolution in 2014 with Assembly Bill 6357, allowing the use of non-smokeable cannabis products.

How to Get Your Medical Marijuana Card Online

“Can I buy marijuana in California” sounds like a no brainer, but how you get it makes a difference.

Residents of both California and New York have access to NuggMD, the easiest way to get medical marijuana evaluations. You must be 18 or older with proof of state residency, fill out a few simple forms, then upload any medical documents so your 10 minute MMJ doctor assessment goes smoothly.

CA and NY MMJ cards How Do I Qualify for an Online Medical Marijuana Card?

While it's easier to qualify in California than in New York, NuggMD has you covered no matter where you live. Don't bother searching for “medical marijuana evaluations near me.”

In California, 420-friendly doctors will approve of medical marijuana if you suffer from any condition, from anxiety to minor aches and pains.

In NY state, New York medical marijuana doctors are more selective with providing certifications. You must suffer from a seriously debilitating or life threatening ailment like AIDS/HIV, Cancer, Parkinson's Disease, Chronic Pain, Epilepsy, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, spasticity, or Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

How Much Does It Cost for an Online Medical Marijuana Card?

“Do I need a California medical marijuana card” has become a popular question in the face of recreational legalization. The short answer? Yes.

Californians have access to a wide range of MMJ products like flowers, edibles and concentrates for just $39 per year. In contrast, New Yorkers have to shell out $199 for the first year and $99 for yearly renewals, with a much narrower range of cannabis products and dispensaries.

Remember, you only pay for NuggMD if you're approved!

Sign up today for access to the incredible range of cannabis products on the market -- flowers, edibles, vape cartridges, tinctures, oils, rubs, and more!

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