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Green Ways Wellness Center




Specializing in patient evaluations,

recommendations, discount patient supplies, and treatment through

various top shelf local grown marijuana in compliance with the

Arizona state laws.


Green Ways Wellness Center is a service oriented office which processes the state health department applications for the AZMMJ program. We help patients find a Dr. in their area and book an appropriate appointment after completing an interview process. Patients are also matched with caregivers who can provide medication in the form or dried flowers, edibles and any other forms sought by our patients.

Green Ways Wellness Center will combine spiritual and professional elements in an unparalleled environment. Exceeding expectations is our main focus.

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Our normal price is $150, however, we do offer discounts for renews, vets, senior citizens and disabled.



*We can accommodate clients on Sunday's as well; please call 480.788.4205 to schedule an appointment.

Our Clinic will Provide You With:


  • Medical Staff trained in Cannabis treatment, strain consulting and discuss specific options.
  • Assistance with obtaining, locating and ordering previous medical records.
  • Ability to order imaging (x-rays, etc) and lab work if necessary to complete a diagnosis for treatment.
  • We have a network of doctors that can diagnose you with a state approved condition, if you are lacking this documentation.
  • Low cost follow up appointments available to help patients with follow up care and treatment.
  • Free phone consultation with office staff for patients regarding their treatment plans.
  • Electronic submission service for your patient card with Arizona State Health Department available.

Call: 480.788.4205 or e-mail for more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our Doctors in the area (M.D.'s, D.O.'s or N.M's).

Appointments available Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 6PM.  
(please schedule an appointment to minimize waiting room time)

~Arizona Prop 203 - Medical Marijuana: Qualifying Patient/Caregivers~



A qualifying patient is a person who has been diagnosed by a physician as having a debilitating medical condition. A physician is defined as a licensed medical doctor (MD), osteopathic physician (DO), naturopathic physician, or homeopathic physician.

A debilitating medical condition is defined as:
* Cancer * Glaucoma * Positive status for HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis C, ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), Crohn's Disease, or Agitation of Alzheimer's Disease
* A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that produces one or more of the following:
* Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome * Severe and Chronic Pain * Severe nausea o Seizures (including Epilepsy) * Severe and Persistent Muscle Spasms (including Multiple Sclerosis)





Q Are marijuana and hemp the same things?
A Yes and no. In a nutshell, hemp can be any plant that provides fibrous materials able to be cultivated in used for manufacturing medicines, textiles, paper, construction materials, biodegradable plastics and more. More specifically, hemp refers to durable, soft fibrous materials that are cultivated from a variety of plants belonging to the Cannabis genus. Cannabis sativa (marijuana) plants produce the finest and strongest fibrous materials, although they produce THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) as well. THC is the chemical compound in marijuana that exhibits powerful medicinal qualities useful for naturally treating a variety of health maladies. The non-THC components of the marijuana plant (roots, seeds, stalks and stems) are hemp while the THC-producing leaves and flowers (buds) are used for their safe psychoactive medicinal qualities. While hemp is generally characterized by having 0.3% THC, marijuana can contain anywhere from 4 to 20%.

Q What is THC really?
A Besides being revered as the active ingredient in marijuana that makes us feel joyfully enlightened, THC is a complex chemical compound called tetrahydrocannabinol. It's the sticky, resinous mixture that is released from the "epidermal hairs" on marijuana buds known as glandular trichromes.

Q The coined the term "marijuana"?
A The term `marijuana` was coined as a slang term for cannabis in Mexico. In the 1930s, when the US Reefer Madness Movement was in full swing, Mexican soldiers were regularly smoking Mary Jane to effectively manage various pains and ailments, as well as to help keep them calm and centered in the face of battle.

Q Is it true that the United States government has awarded itself patents for the medicinal qualities of cannabis sativa?
A Yes, it definitely is. Search US patent number 6630507. Patents have been awarded to the US Dept of Health & Human Services for the neuroprotectant and antioxidant properties of marijuana. That makes millions of people wonder why the government imprisons and fines them for using a plant that has obvious medicinal qualities.

Q Is it true that hemp could wipe out world hunger?
A It could surely help to in a significant way. Hemp is one of nature's most complete food sources. It's loaded with protein, flowing with heart-healthy essential fatty acids, full of fiber and packed with nutrients. The amino acid chains that make up the protein molecules found in hemp are surprisingly similar to those proteins found in human blood. They are super-easy to digest and allow those who wish the opportunity to meet all dietary requirements with zero saturated fat intake.

Q Is hemp a product that can be grown easily and in abundance?
A Hemp is one of the easiest and most hardy plants to grow on the planet. It requires very little fertilizer, grows virtually everywhere and naturally resist the onslaughts of various pests. Its roots grow deep and it improves the condition of the soil it grows in. Nitrogen and minerals are supplied by falling hemp leaves and plants are known to thrive. In fact, there are reports from all over the world of hemp fields that have been planted 20 years+ straight and never show the first signs of depleted soil. Hemp cost very little to grow and provides natural solutions to some of the world's most vexing problems. Still, many world governments refuse to allow their people to plant hemp for its multitude of benefits.

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