Arizona Medical Marijuana Laws Kushley

Medical marijuana is an important treatment option for those suffering from chronic and severe illness that have not found relief from other methods. Luckily, many states, including Arizona, have legalized marijuana's medical use to provide relief from chronic conditions.

Kushley is dedicated to providing quality products to help those going through medical marijuana treatment, as well as their loved ones, stay comfortable with clean, fresh air. Our products are completely organic, and safe for you, your home, and even your pets so you can eliminate all types of odors.

Arizona Law

Arizona legalized medical marijuana in 2010 after having been on the ballot four times. It gives seriously ill patients the right to seek out marijuana treatment for relief, preventing interference from law enforcement, and allowing patients safe access to properly regulated cannabis.

Arizona began accepting applications for medical marijuana identification cards on April 14, 2011. To obtain medical marijuana, one needs to get a recommendation from a qualified physician licensed in the state of Arizona. This recommendation allows you to apply for a state medical marijuana identification card so you can visit a state dispensary for your treatment. Dispensaries are highly regulated to make sure that cannabis is quality. Only those living over 25 miles from a dispensary can be approved to grow their own mature plants for their own consumption. A patient may obtain up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana during a 14 day period.

For those under 18 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must both give permission and be responsible for administering treatment to the patient to prevent misuse. Arizona has also made rules to prevent marijuana usage in public, and in or around places of education both public and private, including colleges and universities, and primary and secondary education institutions.

Identification cards protect users from law enforcement and from employer drug test discrimination for marijuana use. Those with a valid ID card will not have their cannabis confiscated, or face discrimination. Overall, they are protected by the law, except for some common-sense laws that prevent people from driving under the influence of marijuana, or public consumption.

Medical Benefits of Marijuana

Marijuana is said to have therapeutic effects because many of the chemicals in marijuana are similar to those that we produce naturally in our brain to deal with stress in the body. Two chemicals believed to be most beneficial for medicine are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Marijuana helps these chemicals work better, to better reduce pain, to help inflammation, stimulate appetite while reducing nausea, and help with stress.

It is a valid treatment option for many chronic illnesses and tough symptoms associated with them. For example, medical marijuana is administered to those undergoing chemotherapy to help with pain and nausea caused by the treatment. Here are some of the most common conditions treated with medical cannabis recognized by the state of Arizona as candidates:

  • Cancer and side effects of chemotherapy
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe or chronic pain
  • Seizures and spasms
  • Cachexia and anorexia
  • PTSD

Staying Comfortable Through Treatment

Even though marijuana can be a therapeutic option for those facing chronic illness, it can have negative effects as well. Medically, marijuana can cause dizziness, hallucinations, red eyes, and possibly depression or anxiety. Make sure to talk with your doctor about any side effects you are experiencing. You might need to change treatment methods or stop treatment entirely.

Another common effect of consuming marijuana by smoking is the smell. Since smoking marijuana is such a common method, many people are left to struggle to remove the pungent odor left behind from treatment. Although many people like the smell, it can linger in the air and cause nausea for those susceptible. It can also be unpleasant to those in the environment of the user, causing discomfort and insecurity to those needing the love and support through their treatment. To prevent any judgement, awkwardness, and unwanted questions, it is best to get rid of the smell.

Kushley Spray Mist

Kushley has a great solution for those looking to get rid of marijuana odor. Our mist sprays are perfect for cleaning the air, furniture, textiles, and even your skin and hair from marijuana odors. Our spray solution is made with super concentrated oils that get to the bottom of the smell and eliminate it, rather than just mask it like other products. Eliminating the odor makes sure that your environment stays clean, and that the smell won't come back. Other products use harsh chemicals and heavy perfumes to mask the odor and trick your nose, but once they wear off, you are back to square one. Patients undergoing treatment do not need to be exposed to chemicals and deserve clean, fresh air.

We offer three different sizes of sprays, one so small and sleek it can fit right in your pocket for freshness anywhere, another small bottle for a purse or your car, and a third perfect for around the home and office. All of our products, from our misters to our doggy shampoo, are completely organic and safe for you, your home, and even your pets. Kushley doesn't just tackle marijuana odor, but any organic odor caused by cooking, smoking, pets and more.

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