Hour 3 -- Jordan Page live with Ernest Hancock from the Pacific Northwest - Columbia River in Washington State
Jordan's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:
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Jordan Page is a national advocate for individual freedom. He tours the United States performing concerts to educate the public to this end. One of the issues he has championed is cannabis freedom. Jordan is now doing direct activism as a Caregiver with CannaSense, a medical cannabis collective that helps patients in all 50 states gain access to cannabis medication. CannaSense has a streamlined process for helping patients get access in strict compliance with The Compassionate Use Act of 1996, The Affordable Care Act and the US Constitution.
Cannabis can be used to treat a large number of illnesses from anxiety, depression, and PTSD, to inflammatory and auto-immune disorders, as well as many forms of cancer. Unfortunately there are many states in America that have not yet passed medical cannabis laws and it is still listed on the federal level as a schedule 1 narcotic. Despite these obstacles, CannaSense has a solution for any patient in America who needs access to cannabis.
CannaSense uses a unique legal framework. The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 is a California Law that allows anyone to become members of a cannabis collective with the recommendation of a doctor. Article 4 Section 1 of the US Constitution says: Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State. And the Congress may by general Laws prescribe the Manner in which such Acts, Records and Proceedings shall be proved, and the Effect thereof.
Article IV, Section 1 ensures that states respect and honor the state laws and court orders of other states, even when their own laws are different.
Under the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare, patients can now see their doctors through "telemedicine" services and not have to leave their homes. Instead they can have teleconference calls from home with their doctors and get their prescriptions. CannaSense partners with a CA telemedicine doctor service called PrestoDoctor. We provide patients with a teleconference appointment with a CA doctor. Through this process, every patient is given a treatment plan, a physical medical cannabis card, and a signed recommendation for membership with Cannasense. So CannaSense essentially makes everyone a California patient under the protections of the Compassionate Use Act. Though they may live in another state, through this process, they are California patients. The recommendation from PrestoDoctor is sent to Cannasense for approval, which usually takes one business day, and then they are assigned a patient ID, after which they are able to log in to their account and order from the Apothecary store on the CannaSense website.
There are several legal safeguards with CannaSense, the first of which is our compliance within the legal framework mentioned above. The medical card is an important component as well as the discretion and respect for privacy CannaSense uses with respect to our shipping procedures. The greatest benefit of being a patient with CannaSense is the CannaSense foundation, whose primary purpose is to provide legal defense teams at no cost to any patient or member who has legal issues as a result of using cannabis.
If you or someone you know has need of this life-saving medicine and needs help, please reach out to Jordan Page at 888.420.4751 ext 315 or email Jpage@cannasense.com.
To get started, click here to begin the application process for membership in CannaSense.