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  1. yea rso is bad, but try not to be an donkey rectum resto.
  2. Connecticut lists psoriatic arthritis as a qualifying condition in its medical marijuana program. You can read the arthritis petition to add arthritis as a qualifying condition to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program here http://komornlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/014.-arthritis-qualifying.pdf That condition was approved and you can now get a medical marijuana card for arthritis in Michigan.
  3. My grandmother has rheumatoid arthritis and uses marijuana to treat it. makes her fingers and joints feel better. You could always try it and see if it helps for you. Won't hurt anything. Start small and use lotions and balms.
  4. absolutely man, i figure anyone whos been to basic training / boot camp is a vet.
  5. yes, the physician will give you another form usually no problem. you can print the forms off at lara website http://michigan.gov/mmp certified gives you better feeling no doubt. otherwise lara drone on phone says "we didn't get it".
  6. its defined in the act now. (j) "Plant" means any living organism that produces its own food through photosynthesis and has observable root formation or is in growth material.
  7. very relaxed atmosphere to have a smoke with a large group of people? only amsterdam has public coffee shop smoking with other people really.
  8. Nice find, Mr. Brent. Do not forget, these fees will eventually be paid by the customers of the provisioning centers. Some of us wonder if any link in the chain (grower, processor, secure transport, provisioning center, safety testing) will actually be profitable with all of the state and local fees. My guess is not with 280,000 medical marijuana patients. Most patients I've seen aren't exactly rich. I think everyone is just waiting for full legalization.
  9. i think the courts focus on the "only" and "or" bits more.
  10. sorry to hear about your bad caregiver. hope someone in warren can help! warren is a terrible city for marijuana, bad police and prosecutors and mayor there :\
  11. if the state denies your caregiver status, consider becoming a patient to grow your own plants. if you have a qualifying condition of course. then, within the privacy of your own home, you could transfer your marijuana to your wife. your wife could be your caregiver, and then this transfer would be 100% legal. good luck, and if you have more questions please ask.
  12. resto is simplifying the issue too much. its kind of a complicated issue. lets go through it real quick here. You (patient) your husband (caregiver) only one of you is allowed to possess 12 plants. in this case, only one of you would be allowed to be in the grow room. now here is another situation, which may work for you. you (patient, but keeps possession of plants on the LARA form) husband (caregiver, not allowed to possess plants) then only you would be allowed in the grow room. different way to do this you (patient, keep possession of plants) husband (caregiver to you, patient himself, keep possession of plants) now both of you would be able to be in the grow room, since you are both allowed to possess 12 plants. if your husband does not have a qualifying condition than the above situation would of course not work for you and your husband. there is one more situation that might work better for you. you (patient, cant keep plants) husband (caregiver, can keep plants) the husband waters, cultivates, grows the plants. then he cuts the plants down when the plants are ready to harvest. as soon as the plant is no longer living, it is an amount of marihuana. it is no longer a plant if it is not in growth material or living. then you are free to possess it and help trim etc. the reason this is important is there were 3 cases in the court of appeals and supreme court of michigan. people v bob said husband and wife could not grow together, because the total of the 21 plants was more than the 12 plants each could possess. people v bylsma said 3 caregivers could not grow together because the total of the 88 plants was more than the total 72 plants that is a maximum number of plants a caregiver could possess if they had all 5 patients plus themselves. people v mazur said a wife could not help her husband cultivate if she was not a patient. she merely wrote down some numbers on a post-it note that was found on a plant. this case went to the michigan supreme court. where it was found that any device or item used for marijuana cultivation was paraphernalia and thus legal under section 4 of the MMMA. so , its complicated. but in general, if you want to be in the grow room of 12 plants, your card better say "allowed to possess plants" for you to be in there. there maybe another issue that a grow room is only allowed to be either a patient OR a caregiver, but not both. but this issue has not been fully found in the courts yet. in reality, as long as you dont talk to the police without a lawyer at all, dont tell no one about you being in a grow room , and your grow room door automatically closes and locks and only one person has the key (or combination lock) then really you should be fine. otherwise to be 100% safe, wait for plants to be cut and dead. then you can trim and dry away!
  13. surprised how many people are willing to take a risk without trying to get a controlled substances license....
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