NEA Full Spectrum is excited to now offer DELIVERY!!
Delivery will be available every Tuesday and Wednesday within a 50 mile radius of NEA Full Spectrum.
To place your order click on the delivery menu option above.
You can place your order:
For Tuesday place order Sat-Mon
For Wednesday place order Sun-Tues
Minimum order is $125.00 and $25.00 delivery fee
Delivery is FREE with a purchase of $250.00
First time buyers: be sure to upload a copy of your drivers license and MMJ patient card when you create your account before placing your order
We only accept debit card payment for delivery purchases, please be sure your limit allows the purchase amount
The delivery vehicle will not carry cash
You must be home on the day of delivery, we can only deliver to a medical marijuana patient to the address on their patient card.
Have your patient card and debit card ready
Call 870-634-6412 with any questions
NEA Full Spectrum will be following the mandate from the governor's office requiring a face mask to be worn in public buildings. If you have a medical condition that exempts you from wearing a mask, please bring a note from your physician stating that you are not physically able to wear a mask. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Please continue to follow our social media and website for further updates.
Finding the appropriate strain, product, & application is crucial to achieving the full benefits of medical marijuana. To provide Northeast Arkansas with exceptional customer service and high-quality products, our staff has developed a deep understanding of the advantages of cannabis. Our dedicated, knowledgeable budtenders are ready to help you navigate the numerous benefits and resources available to you.
As a locally-owned medical cannabis dispensary, NEA Full Spectrum strives to ensure all of Northeast Arkansas has safe, reliable, friendly access to the product you need. No matter what area of NEA you're in, our goal is to support you with your medical marijuana needs.
Why Medical Marijuana?
Is medical marijuana the right choice for you? That decision will come down to a discussion and assessment by your physician. There are numerous conditions and symptoms that can be relieved through the use of medical cannabis. The State of Arkansas permits the use of medical marijuana for a variety of conditions that can be diagnosed by your licensed healthcare provider. Some of these conditions include, but are not limited to:
• Positive Status for HIV/AIDS
• Hepatitis C
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
• Tourette's Syndrome
• Crohn's Disease
• Ulcerative Colitis
• Severe Arthritis
• Alzhemier's Disease
• Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
• Peripheral Nueropathy
• Intractable pain
• Severe Nausea
• Siezures including without limitation those characteristic of epilepsy
• Severe and persistent muscle spasms
• Any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the DOH
For a comprehensive list of the current conditions, diseases, and symptoms which can be treated by medical cannabis under Arkansas state law, visit https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programs-services/topics/medical-marijuana-faqs You can also find information here on petitioning to add medical conditions to the list and a breakdown of registration, ID cards, and other medical marijuana processes and requirements.
IN 2016, Arkansas adopted an amendment to its state constitution. The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment of 2016. Here is an excerpt from the document: "AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION MAKING THE MEDICAL
USE OF MARIJUANA LEGAL UNDER ARKANSAS STATE LAW, BUT
ACKNOWLEDGING THAT MARIJUANA USE, POSSESSION, AND
DISTRIBUTION FOR ANY PURPOSE REMAIN ILLEGAL UNDER
FEDERAL LAW; ESTABLISHING A SYSTEM FOR THE
CULTIVATION, ACQUISITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA
FOR QUALIFYING PATIENTS THROUGH LICENSED MEDICAL
MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES AND CULTIVATION FACILITIES AND
GRANTING THOSE DISPENSARIES AND FACILITIES LIMITED
IMMUNITY; PROVIDING THAT QUALIFYING PATIENTS, AS WELL
AS DISPENSARY AND CULTIVATION FACILITY AGENTS SHALL
NOT BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL OR CIVIL PENAL TIES OR OTHER
FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION FOR ENGAGING IN OR ASSISTING
WITH THE PATIENTS' MEDICAL USE OF MARIJUANA; REQUIRING
THAT IN ORDER TO BECOME A QUALIFYING PATIENT, A PERSON
SUBMIT TO THE STATE A WRITTEN CERTIFICATION FROM A
PHYSICIAN LICENSED IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS THAT HE OR
SHE IS SUFFERING FROM A QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITION;
ESTABLISHING AN INITIAL LIST OF QUALIFYING MEDICAL
CONDITIONS; DIRECTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO
ESTABLISH RULES RELATED TO THE PROCESSING OF
APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRY IDENTIFICATION CARDS AND THE
ADDITION OF QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS IF SUCH
ADDITIONS WILL ENABLE PATIENTS TO DERIVE THERAPEUTIC
BENEFIT FROM THE MEDICAL USE OF MARIJUANA"
To see the entire amendment, click here.