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Qualifying conditions for medical cannabis in the state of Maryland include the following:
- Wasting Syndrome
- Severe pain and/or nausea
- Severe or persistent muscle spasms
Steps to Receive Medical Cannabis
1. Register with MMCC to Obtain Patient ID
Register with the MMCC to receive a patient ID. Upon registering you will receive your patient ID from the state, a patient ID is needed to reserve an appointment with a medical provider.
2. Provider Consultation
Meet with a certifying provider who will evaluate and consult with you to gain an understanding of your current ailments. Be sure to bring your medical records to your consultation. For more information on what records are required contact the consulting providers office prior to your visit.
3. Purchase Your Medicine!
If approved by the provider you will receive a medical cannabis certification approval allowing you to purchase medical cannabis. Visit us at 400 Snow Hill Road Salisbury, Md. Save time by registering with us.
Who is eligible to register as a Patient?
Any Maryland resident whose certified provider recommends medical cannabis as an alternative treatment option for a qualifying medical condition is eligible to register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) as a patient.
Any non-Maryland resident currently in Maryland for the purpose of receiving alternative medical treatment is eligible to register as patient with the MMCC.
During the registration process, non-Maryland residents are required to provide the address and contact name for the Maryland medical facility where they’re receiving treatment.
A registered patient is permitted to identify two individuals 21 years or older to serve as caregivers. Caregivers are required to register with and purchase ID cards from the Commission. Registered caregivers in possession of a valid MMCC Caregiver ID card are permitted to purchase and transport medical cannabis on behalf of their designated patients.
Detailed information regarding caregiver requirements and the registration process is available by visiting the state’s Caregivers page.
Please note: Whether in or out of state, minor patients (under the age of 18) are required to have at least one (1) caregiver at all times. Only parents and legal guardians of minor patients are eligible to serve as a minor’s caregivers.
Register In Maryland
The registration processes and requirements differ for adult and minor patients, both are completed online. The online application form must be completed and submitted in one session; you will not be able to save and complete the application at a later time.
Required information and documents must be in an electronic format ready for upload before starting the application process. Please carefully review the requirements per the MMCC to ensure you are prepared to complete the entire application before beginning the process.