In Connecticut, patients who have qualifying health conditions can get their medical marijuana certificate online with Connecticut Cannabis. There are a few steps involved to receive your certificate for medical cannabis, including an online medical marijuana evaluation.
Did you know that recent medical studies suggest that cannabis is a better alternative than conventional pain medications, like opioids and NSAIDs? The immediate concern for patients who have moderate to severe chronic pain is the common side-effects with prescription pain relief medications.
Permanent residents of Connecticut who suffer from chronic diseases such as Muscular Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis, Multiple Sclerosis, and other inflammatory conditions, can explore the use of medical marijuana for symptom relief and pain management.
What Are the Health Conditions That Qualify for Medical Marijuana in Connecticut?
Connecticut has one of the most robust compassionate care programs when it comes to qualifying health conditions for medical marijuana. There are thirty-one (31) qualifying health conditions in CT that will help patients get access to therapeutic treatments, with a medical marijuana certificate.
Some of the qualifying health conditions include:
If you are a patient who has been diagnosed with one or more of the qualifying health conditions for a medical marijuana certificate, Connecticut Cannabis provides a comprehensive online health evaluation from trained practitioners. This is required to complete the registration process with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (CDCP).
For more information, visit our website Connecticut Cannabis.
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The medical marijuana certificate for Connecticut requires a letter of recommendation from a health practitioner. During your health evaluation, the physician will review your past and current diagnoses, daily symptoms, medications, and lifestyle considerations for patient safety. If the marijuana doctor feels that you are a good candidate for cannabis treatments, you will receive a doctor’s recommendation. The physician will submit the report and start your application for registration online.
Patients who want to get their medical marijuana certificate receive an email with instructions on registering online. There is a fee payable at that time for online registration. Shortly afterward the patient will receive the medical marijuana certificate, which permits the patient to purchase cannabis at any licensed marijuana dispensary in Connecticut.