The patient’s prescription did not cover smokeable flower

A medical marijuana patient came to the store to buy smokable flower products. I was charged with taking care of the customer. I wanted to do a enjoyable job. The client presented myself and others with their name and anniversary and medical marijuana card. I looked at their information in the medical marijuana state database so I could see their prescription and the limits. These pieces of information are important, because it determines how much marijuana every one of us can sell to each patient, and just prefer with any other prescription from the nurse, a patient has to follow the instruction set forth by the nurse. Many of our medical marijuana patients have a prescription for edibles, inhalants, and smokable flower, and some patients only have a prescription for a single of these more than two. It actually depends on what your nurse has written in your prescription. When I was approached by this identifiable customer, she was asking about the price on smokable flower. I quickly commanded that patient that she did not have a prescription for smokable flower. The woman became instantaneously irate. She tried to tell myself and others that that dispensary downtown sold her smokable flower. I could not find that information somewhere on the state database and the site lists every single order that the patient has made since they had a medical marijuana card. The database goes pretty far back and I did not see a single purchase for smokable marijuana flower. I propose the client to speak with her nurse regarding the prescription if she was unhappy with the products that were available. The lady got louder and louder until the security guard stepped in to escort her out of the building.


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