Welcome to Patients Without Time,
Medical Marijuana Information Network We provide free information regarding Hawaii's medical marijuana program
Patients Without Time (PWT) is an active medical marijuana informational network, which provides information to the community regarding the multi-faceted issues associated the medical marijuana program in Hawai'i, and the confusion facing patients, law enforcement agencies, and Hawaii's lawmakers.
PWT can help you.
If you, or a loved one, qualify by state license to use and grow marijuana for medical reasons, you probably have many questions. Patients Without Time's volunteer staff will find the most current and complete information available to us to answer your questions.
Our website contains many informational articles, and links to video tutorials, and many other resources for you to explore.
Contact us if you need information on any medical marijuana issues. For information on current medical marijuana legislation in Hawaii, contact the Hawaii State Legislature.
Visit us on our Patients Without Time FaceBook page. We provide an internet presence for our readers to post their own stories, personal experiences and opinions, which we neither support or oppose.
PATIENTS WITHOUT TIME provides information on healthier alternatives to smoking medical cannabis. For example, patients may consume medical cannabis by juicing, eating, or vaporizing, standardized concentrates of the specific strains of cannabis, which are most beneficial to your particular medical condition.
Our new Patients Without Time (PWT) nonprofit organization joins the Hawai'i State House of Representatives in honoring the legacy of the original Patients Without Time, which began with their "shoe-string" ohana of helpful and dedicated volunteers.
PWT began in 2005, when a hand full of patients, caregivers, and other volunteers united to create an informational network, to provide free information regarding Hawaii's medical marijuana issues to all interested folks, with emphasis placed on helping patients with life threatening and terminal conditions acquire information that could help them obtain an adequate supply of their medicine.
"for assisting Hawai’i’s medical marijuana patients with the acquisition of their medical marijuana."
Our brave Maui police officers are ready 24 hours a day to risk their lives to serve and protect the citizens of Maui. In an emergency dial 911.
Unfortunately, despite the good intentions of Hawaii's Narcotics Enforcement Division and police departments, they distributed incorrect information regarding Hawaii's medical marijuana laws, which demonstrates the confusion facing police, and the patients, regarding Hawaii's medical marijuana laws.
Reverend Roger Christie, well-known Big Island minister, political activist, and marijuana advocate was arrested on federal charges for selling marijuana. He has been held at the Honolulu Federal Detention Center, awaiting trial, since July 8, 2010.
The well known "marijuana minister" believes that marijuana is a holy sacrament, equivalent with wine in other religious ceremonies.
Rev. Christie's trial has been set back repeatedly and is now scheduled for July 23, 2013.
Medical cannabis patient says cannabis is a safe alternative for other dangerous, debilitating, and addictive prescription drugs.
Leaf introduces Dr. William Courtney and Kristen Peskuski of Cannabis International; in a discussion of the research, and numerous health benefits gained from consuming raw cannabis.
A majority of Americans now support medical marijuana programs. Following the trend in public opinion, the 2013 Hawaii Legislature is contemplating bills to expand several aspects of the medical marijuana program in Hawaii.
Maui is world famous for excellent quality cannabis production.PWT invites you enjoy a tranquil moment in the garden, filmed 7-07-2007: