About Greene Acres C-B News

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5 Responses to “About Greene Acres C-B News”

  1. Joy L Ward Says:

    I am interested in obtaining a Medical Card for Montana…I am in Idaho and only 60 mi from the border. I actually lived in Bozeman for over 1/3 or my life. Still love it..just can’t afford it…haha.
    Thank you for your time.
    Sincerely,
    Joy L Ward

  2. greeneacrescaregiver Says:

    Well Joy,
    The short answer is we can help. The long answer is that you would only be legal to POSSES, ACQUIRER and CONSUME your medication here in Montana! There are doctors through the MCN (Montana Caregivers Network) or THCF (The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation) that will sign a recommendation for your use of cannabis HERE in Montana or your home state if it already has a MMJ law in place. We at Greene Acres Caregiver can NOT transport or SEND medication to any patient that does not live in a MMJ state. This is the case with Idaho. If you do not live in a MMJ state you can still get your card here in Montana with the signature of a Montana licensed doctor.

  3. sister Says:

    please send me more information about your strains. and info about care giver laws, i.e.- 1.what exactly is a caregivers duties.
    2.what happens to the six plants grown by a caregiver?
    3.if i change care givers what happens to the six plants?
    those are just a few questions i would like to find more information about. any information would be help full. thanks, hb

    • greeneacrescaregiver Says:

      Heidi,
      We are in no way giving LEGAL advice or, interpreting the Montana state medical marijuana law for you, that is a layers job. To the first question, this is a relationship, 1st of all, between a caregiver and their patient. You enter into an agreement with a caregiver, this is between you and them. ‘“Caregiver” means an individual, 18 years of age or older who has agreed to undertake responsibility for managing the well-being of a person with respect to the medical use of marijuana. “Medical use” means the acquisition, possession, cultivation, manufacture, use, delivery, transfer, or transportation of marijuana or paraphernalia relating to the consumption of marijuana to alleviate the symptoms or effects of a qualifying patient’s debilitating medical
      condition.
      ‘ this portion I summarized from the Montana state law.
      Greene Acres Caregiver believes that a caregivers duties are:
      1. Provide the signed patient uninterrupted access to medical marijuana that is safe and effective.
      2. Provide a grade of cannabis suitable for YOUR condition, whether that comes in the form of smokables, edibles, tinctures, topographicals, suppositories, etc .
      3. Be available to help their patients in discovering strains/varieties, or administration methods that work best for their patients afflictions.
      So, in short, this is a RELATIONSHIP you enter into, and the terms should be outlined for you in a manner you understand, and agree with. We do not discuss the relationships we have with other patients. It is a confidentiality issue.

      The six plants are the property of the caregiver. The patient grants access to the addition of six plants to the caregiver’s operation. The patient still has the right to provide themselves six plants, and at any time can yank that caregiver’s access to those additional plants by asking the state for a change request form. How you interpret your relationship with your caregiver is important. A patient can see the relationship as they are doing the caregiver a favor by providing this access to six plants, our the patient can see it as an assurance to access to quality medical cannabis no matter how the patient chooses to engage in their self medication. Some patients are too sick to grow their own and would prefer the access to cannabis than growing it themselves. For the more well to do patient, they may want to weigh the pros and cons of entering into a relationship with a caregiver.

      In our opinion those six plants are the property of the caregiver. When a patient decides to use the change request form, they are in essence no longer allowing that caregiver the access to the six plants, so a caregiver can no longer posses the six plants. In addition, the caregiver has no obligation to that patient to assist them in their “medical use” of marijuana. This is a process that takes time, up to eight weeks. In our opinion the patient does not automatically gain access to the six plants because they want to end the relationship. The patient signs up a caregiver for access to medical cannabis, not the right to the six plants in the possession of the caregiver. The access to the six plants by the caregiver is to insure the caregiver a supply of cannabis so as to help assist the patient in the acquisition of cannabis for a state recognized medical condition.

      If you have any further questions regarding Montana’s medical marijuana laws refer to their web site: http://www.dphhs.mt.gov/medicalmarijuana/

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