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The Medical Cannabis Patient's Bill of Rights
Below are the basic rights of New Mexicans who use cannabis pursuant to a recommendation from a licensed medical provider to control symptoms of a serious or chronic medical condition. At Seven Point Farms, we are committed to ensuring and upholding these rights so that patients receive the highest quality of care and compassion. Whether you buy your medicine from us or someone else, please be sure the company you buy from adheres to these national standards. 
Source: Americans for Safe Access
  • Respect and Nondiscrimination: You have a right to considerate, respectful and nondiscriminatory care from your physician, designated caregiver(s), and dispensary.

  • Access to Physicians: You have the right to see a physician, discuss the use of cannabis as a medical treatment, and expect that your physician is in compliance with established standards of practice to ensure the validity of your recommendation.

  • Confidentiality of Health Information: You have the right to talk in confidence with providers and to have your health care information protected under the law.

  • Information Disclosure: You have the right to accurate and easily understood information about the local, state and federal laws and regulations.

  • Self-Sufficiency: You have the right to produce your own medicine if you are willing and able to do so. If a caregiver(s) produces cannabis for you, then you have the right to claim, move, or inspect those plants.

  • Quality Control: You have the right to cannabis and cannabis products that are free of mold, mildew, pesticide, adulterants, and pests. Moreover, you have the right to know how your cannabis was produced.

  • Choice of Providers: You have the right to a choice of dispensaries sufficient enough to give you safe access to a variety of quality cannabis and non-smoking alternatives.

  • Safety: You have the right to obtain your medication in a safe environment, which includes but is not limited to adequate security, health and safety protocols, and legal business practices.

  • Input: You have the right to make a complaint at your dispensary, without the fear of losing access. This includes complaints about waiting times, operating hours, the conduct of personnel, and the adequacy of the facilities.

  • Accuracy: You have the right to medication that has been labeled and weighed accurately. No dispensary should deliberately mislead a patient about the quantity or variety of medication being provided.

  • Fair Price: You have the right to pay a fair and reasonable price for your cannabis or cannabis-based products.

  • Representation: You have the right to weigh in on laws and regulations that affect your life. 

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