Medical Cannabis Frequently Asked Questions

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I have had dozens of emails and Facebook messages from people who are interested in the medical cannabis clinic course so far. I have also received a lot of questions. Here are the frequently asked questions and answers to help everyone with understanding medical cannabis and the course:

Do I need a specialized license to perform medical cannabis evaluations?

It depends on the state you want to practice in! Most states do not require a specialized license to perform medical cannabis evaluations. Some states, like New York, do require a certification. This is why it is important you know the medical cannabis act of your state like the back of your hand!

Should I be worried about my DEA license or that cannabis is still considered a schedule 1 drug?

NO! A medical provider who recommends cannabis to a patient is not breaking the law! It is your first amendment right to recommend whatever you want with a patient. The legal case Conant v. Walters affirmed the right of a medical provider to recommend medical cannabis to a patient! There is nothing to be worried about as long as you follow state law when performing evaluations.

How many states allow medical cannabis?

Currently there are 33 states that have legalized medical cannabis. Please visit this link for the laws in each state:

Is medical cannabis still viable with more and more states going recreational?

Absolutely! Patients enjoy the benefits that a medical cannabis card provides. Many states do not tax medical cannabis like recreational cannabis. Medical cannabis card holders can also possess more cannabis products and can use products with a higher THC content. There will always be a need for medical cannabis even if it goes recreational at a national level!

Will this course teach me how to set up a medical cannabis practice?

Yes, it provides everything from starting a limited liability company, finding your office space, partnering with dispensaries, how to market and much more.

Does the course include the appropriate paperwork necessary for a medical cannabis practice?

Yes! I have included all the consent forms that you need for your medical cannabis clinic. These were developed in conjunction with my lawyer and are iron clad. I have also included the exam forms I use personally!

Will I have unlimited access to this course?

Absolutely! You can access this course however many times you want for however long you want!

Can I open a telemedicine medical cannabis clinic?

Some states allow medical cannabis evaluations to be performed via telemedicine. Most states do require an in-person encounter though. Regardless of this barrier, you can still open a medical cannabis clinic utilizing telemedicine platforms that provide guidance, dosage recommendations, medical management, etc. via telemedicine, you just cannot perform the actual evaluation that gives the patient a medical cannabis card. This is where partnering with an instate clinic that does the evaluations could be very lucrative! They do the evaluations and you provide medical advice via telemedicine. This is a very interesting niche side practice idea!

Is this a cash practice?

You better believe it! It is a 100% cash-based practice and you can do this for patients who have Medicare because medical cannabis is not a covered service.

Remember, this course will be released on April 30th at midnight EST! I am offering this course for just $287 until May 6th at midnight EST… After that, the price will go up to $347 indefinitely. This is a steal for what this course will teach you. If you utilize the information in this course, you could create a practice that produces over $10,000 a month in side income. I do, so can you!

I have also included 2 free bonuses with the purchase of this course! The first bonus is instruction on how to structure a medical cannabis visit! I personally go over how I see and treat these patients. The second bonus is a PDF handout on how to partner with dispensaries to increase your patient volume and ultimately the money in your pocket.

6 Responses

    1. Remember, you are not prescribing it, that is illegal, you are recommending it. The differentiation is explained in the course. But yes, a psych NP can most certainly recommend it.

  1. Is a collaborative practice agreement required for nurse practitioners in a state that does not have full practice authority?

    1. Unfortunately it is. You will need to find a MD/DO willing to collaborate with you if you want to pursue this venture. It should still be profitable though.

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