The state of Minnesota legalized medical marijuana in 2014 — that means residents of Lake Elmo who are suffering from chronic, debilitating or life-threatening conditions can find relief by using cannabis legally. Any form of marijuana is legal, from the actual flower to edibles, tinctures or concentrates. Patients can carry up to a 20-day supply of their medicine, and the dosage will vary from person to person.
If you’re considering registering for Minnesota’s medical cannabis program, there are a few factors you should consider first.
To get your medical marijuana card in Minnesota, you need to be diagnosed with one of the state’s approved qualifying conditions. You also need to be at least 18 years of age and a resident of Minnesota. The fee to join the Minnesota Patient Registry is $200 annually, or $50 for people enrolled in MinnesotaCare, Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Insurance.
The conditions and symptoms that have been approved by Minnesota include:
Patients interested in getting a medical marijuana card in Minnesota need to go through the following steps:
Finding a reputable doctor who’s both willing and legally able to recommend marijuana as a treatment option for your condition’s painful symptoms used to be a difficult task — but not anymore. MarijuanaDoctors.com has all the information you could need about doctors in your area right on one website.
Search our site for marijuana doctors in Lake Elmo and learn more about their practice, experience, fees, staff and location. You can even request an appointment on our site when you find a physician you like.