Are you a Muskegon resident trying to figure out how to get natural cannabis relief in your area? We’ll help you apply for MMJ and find a doctor to sign off on your usage.
Michigan’s medical marijuana laws define the exact health issues that can qualify you for a medical marijuana recommendation. There are two categories of medical problems — conditions and symptoms. As long as you have an issue listed in one of the categories, you can receive MMJ treatment.
State law covers the following conditions:
It also includes the following symptoms:
If you aren’t sure about what your health issues are, you can click on a condition or symptom to find a comprehensive breakdown of it. Medical marijuana is usually cleared for patients dealing with medical issues that drastically reduce their ability to complete daily living activities.
While Michigan has its own medical marijuana department, LARA (Licensing and Regulatory Affairs) distributes the program application. A completed application includes:
Once you’ve finished it all, make copies of the registry card and physician form for your files — you must submit the original versions of them. Mail everything in one envelope to the address provided on the front page.
In Michigan, any DO or MD can complete the Physician Certification Form — no special training or license is necessary. If you already see a doctor who’s open to the idea of MMJ, you can just ask them for a recommendation.
But, some doctors aren’t convinced of MMJ’s efficiency or safety. If your doctor refuses to recommend cannabis, try looking for another one on our Michigan doctors page.
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