420recs.com’s easy-to-use online platform connects their team of compassionate doctors to potential and current medical marijuana patients across Riverside and throughout California. They proudly serve patients in the Riverside, Casa Blanca, La Sierra, Arlington, Belltown, Highgrove, Belvedere Heights, Edgemont, Woodcrest, Mira Loma, Jurupa Valley, Pedley, Rubidoux, Glen Avon, March Air Reserve Base, Mission Grove, Orangecrest, Mead Valley, Corona, Home Gardens, Eastvale, Declezville, Loma Linda, Redlands, Bloomington, Moreno Valley and Fontana regions.
Riverside serves as the seat of Riverside County, founded alongside the Santa Ana River and framed by the 210, 60, 91, and 15 freeways. Riverside is home to the Castle Park amusement park, in addition to Riverside City College and the University of California in Riverside. The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park offers the public nearly 1500 acres of hiking trails and wilderness views, while the March Air Reserve Base hosts the March Field Air Museum, with more than 70 military aircraft on display. From Mount Rubidoux Park to the many stores of the Tyler Mall Galleria and California Baptist University, 420recs.com proudly aids any patient in need.
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kind of hesitant at first but it works.got my rec letter in 3 days with the embossed seal and got delivery Sunday.wish i would have hit up 420 recs sooner
I havent been able to get weed for a week because i been waiting for my rec in the mail
Got my rec using my phone. It was fast and the dr was nice and helpful. Explained everything and how it works since I'm new to this. Would definitely recommend this place!
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Got my rec fast! Definitely recommend this place to get yours!
I was hella sketched out by this at first, so I did some research to see if this was legit. Yeah, I know you can't believe everything you see on the internet but I took a chance with 420recs.
I signed up, entered my medical and payment information, and I was able to be seen by a doctor in like 5 minutes. After a brief discussion with the doctor about my recurring headaches, she agreed to give me a recommendation.
I was emailed a copy of the recommendation (for delivery purposes) about 5 minutes after the call ended, and was told that the authentic copy was coming in the mail (which came in 3 days).
I tried to use the emailed copy to order from a delivery service, but they required the authentic copy. Luckily, there was another delivery place that accepted the copy, so I was able to get a delivery the same night that I got my recommendation.
very quick and easy, the doctor was very nice and understanding and I got my copy with the seal in a few days. I read the last review and got super bummed thinking this was a scam but then mine came in the mail so that was pretty cool.
Accepted at some clinics been turned down a few they ask for official printed documents with seal. He promises a mailed version but never sends it and once you pay you can no longer contact the guy. Sucks because I thought he was legit. Spend the extra $10 on a rec that will be Accepted everywhere.
We're sorry you had some issues a year ago with the temporary recommendation we e-mail patients the moment they sign up. As you may recall, we tell everyone up front: some shops take the temp and some do not. The good news is that the permanent recommendation with the seal on it arrives by mail a few days after you sign up, and this rec is acceptable at all dispensaries in the state. You've obviously had this permanent recommendation for some time now and have been able to access the dispensaries.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.