$29 Caregiver Declarations $49 Any Doctor Renewals Within 30 Days of Expiration Date $69 New Patient Evaluations The people of California passed proposition 215 (Compassionate Use Act of 1996). This establishes that California physicians and patients who follow certain guidelines in recommending or approving the medical use of marijuana are immune from sanction or criminal prosecution. Who uses marijuana? What symptoms can Marijuana help? The assertion that all Medical Marijuana is headed for seriously ill patients is misleading. Statistics from the California Branch of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) shows that a survey of Californians reports the top three reported uses of medicinal marijuana: 40% Chronic Pain 22% AIDS-Related 15% Mood Disorders (23% All other categories) Many patients have not been able to obtain relief from their symptoms through traditional forms of medicine and are concerned about the side effects of prescribed medications to treat illness and injury. Others seek the broadest range of medical options possible and consider cannabis to be a therapy that compliments, augments, or replaces their existing care regimen. How can I get Medical Marijuana? To get your Medical Marijuana you must receive a written or oral verifiable recommendation from a doctor. Once you have your doctor’s recommendation you can legally grow, consume & possess your medicine under California State Law Prop 215. How can IECC Doctors help? IECC provides a professional and friendly environment for all aspects of Medical Marijuana and other natural medicines. Our team of doctors and clinical managers believe in the numerous and overwhelming benefits of Medical Marijuana and the rights that patients have when battling their ailments. IECC doctors gets you legal in 3 easy steps: 1. Call 951-704-0717 to set an appointment to come in and see a doctor and fill out our new patient sign up intake form. 2. Come into the office to see the doctor and get evaluated. 3. On approval, receive your recommendation from a board certified physician.