Do you have a chronic or debilitating health condition that significantly impairs your ability to perform daily tasks with ease? If so, you may be eligible for Maryland’s medical marijuana program. Whether you’re a resident of College Park or are commuting from a nearby county in another state, you can now access the top-tier medical cannabis you need to treat your illness.
Learn more about how you can benefit from Maryland’s growing acceptance towards medical cannabis use.
In 2014, House Bill 881 — which officially decriminalized medical marijuana — was formally approved in Maryland’s Senate. Then, in 2017, the state organized an official medical cannabis program.
Patients today now have access to a myriad of safe and legal cannabis options throughout the state because of this bill. Unlike many other U.S. states with residency requirements, patients accessing medical marijuana in Maryland do not have to live in the state. Patients from nearby communities also enjoy the benefits of Maryland’s medical marijuana program, too.
Today, Maryland accepts patients with the following severe or debilitating medical conditions into its medical marijuana program:
If you’re thinking about becoming a qualified patient but are not quite sure if you’re eligible for medical marijuana access, be sure to schedule a visit with your primary care physician for further evaluation.
At the time of writing, recreational marijuana is still illegal in Maryland — the only legal means of obtaining cannabis is through the state’s medical marijuana program.
If you’re currently experiencing severe or debilitating pain or discomfort, you can benefit from registering as a medical marijuana patient in Maryland. Growing your own marijuana or accessing this substance from another uncertified individual is unlawful and can be dangerous, too. After you take the first few simple steps toward registration, you can enjoy safe, secure and legal access to one of the state’s many dispensary options.
Not sure how to get started? Get the therapeutic benefits you deserve by contacting a licensed medical cannabis doctor in your area for an evaluation.