Connecticut Cannabis is a resource for patients who want to apply and become certified medical marijuana patients in Connecticut. Our team of practitioners makes it easy for you to complete the application process and receive your medical marijuana card online. The whole process from health evaluation to application and registration can be conducted online.
Medical cannabis is an alternative therapy that can be effective for patients who have chronic diseases. When traditional prescription therapeutics for pain relief (such as opioids and NSAIDs) no longer work well for patients, alternative medical cannabis therapies may help.
What Are the Health Conditions That Qualify for Medical Marijuana in Connecticut?
Did you know that Connecticut has one of the most inclusive criteria for qualifying medical conditions? To be a registered patient within the state medical marijuana program, a patient must be diagnosed with one or more of 31 diseases or clinical conditions. The expansive compassionate care program in Connecticut addresses patients most in need of relief from pain and discomfort due to chronic condition(s).
Some of the qualifying health conditions include:
Learn more about all the qualifying health conditions required to apply for a medical marijuana certificate in Connecticut. If your primary care provider has diagnosed you with one of the required qualifying health conditions, you may qualify for medicinal marijuana use. Be sure to visit with a qualifying physician to receive medical marijuana certification. Afterwards, you may apply online to become a certified medical marijuana patient in CT.
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What to Expect During Your Medical Cannabis Health Evaluation
Before you can register online to receive your CT medical marijuana certificate, you are required to receive a medical evaluation with a certified practitioner. Connecticut Cannabis provides online secure telemedicine appointments for patients who want to access legalized medical cannabis for therapeutic use.
Because patients have diagnosed health conditions, it is legally required that every medical marijuana certificate holder in Connecticut receives ongoing doctor supervision. The purpose of the evaluation is to review your pre-existing health conditions, symptoms, prescription medications, and aggregate pain level.
When the cannabis health evaluation is completed, and if the patient is approved, the marijuana doctor will initiate the patient application with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection. The patient will be emailed to complete the registration process, and pay the required fee for registering.