Simply use your phone to chat with a licensed doctor online.
Your medical marijuana recommendation activates instantly for same day use.
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It's really simple. No cost and no wait time for your recommendation. You might say it is too good to be true.
Say goodbye to those pesky med cards. Haze lets you take your recommendation everywhere you go, digitally.
Haze really is your all-in-one stop for medical marijuana. Browse your favorite dispensaries, brands and deliveries in the app.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Haze is the first and only service that lets you get your medical marijuana card for free online. Our app also allows your to browse an online cannabis marketplace and place orders online for delivery. We are currently in public beta.
Since we are still in the early stages of bringing our service to market, we only offer Haze in California. We do plan to expand to other states in the future though. Feel free to join our waitlist if you live out of state.
Yes, we are 100% free and at zero cost to patients. We do not believe that people should have to pay to get access to cannabis.
Once you are approved, you may log in via our website to access your digital doctor's recommendation.
We at Haze don't like having to carry around bulky certificates, let alone small med cards that are easily forgettable.
Yes, as long as you are 18 years old or older you can qualify for a medical marijuana card.
Each state is different but in California the qualifying conditions include cancer, anorexia, AIDS, chronic pain, spasticity, glaucoma, arthritis, migraine, or any other illness for which marijuana provides relief.
No, as a result of Prop 215 you do not need a state-issued medical marijuana identification card (MMIC) to enjoy the full benefits of a doctor's recommendation. However, you may apply for one if you'd like to save on taxes and get further protection under federal law. You’ll have to register with your local Department of Health and pay to receive the state-issued MMIC.