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District of Columbia Medical Marijuana Card

Amendment Act B18-622, AKA the “Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Amendment Act of 2010“, establishes a medical marijuana program to “regulate the manufacture, cultivation, distribution, dispensing, purchase, delivery, sale, possession, and administration of medical marijuana and the manufacture, possession, purchase, sale, and use of paraphernalia. The Program shall be administered by the Mayor. The law requires that all medical marijuana patients MUST register with the District of Columbia Department of Health and receive a medical marijuana card, otherwise known as a cannabis card or pot card.

Obtaining your Washington DC marijuana card will open up a lot of opportunities for you to receive specialized treatment with medical cannabis. It’ll also provide legal protection for you to purchase your medicine from a licensed provider and enable you to grow a certain amount at home. That is why you should allow MarijuanaDoctors.com to help you get your marijuana ID card and enjoy the benefits.

Benefits of Owning a Washington DC Marijuana Card

With a Washington DC medical marijuana card you’ll have:

  • Access to Local Marijuana Dispensaries – With your marijuana or cannabis card, you can walk into a registered marijuana dispensary or cannabis club in DC and buy the dose prescribed by your physician or any amount approved for recreation. After helping you get your medical cannabis ID card, MarijuanaDoctors.com can also help you to locate the best marijuana dispensaries where you’ll get top-quality marijuana products.
  • Full Protection of the Law – Carrying a medical marijuana card will help you enjoy total legal protection provided by both state and federal laws. In Washington DC, the laws regulating medical and recreational marijuana have been modified. So, owning a card is now a must for anyone who wants to use marijuana for either purpose.

If you’re in possession of cannabis without a prescription from a licensed doctor or a marijuana ID card, you could be arrested by law enforcement agents. However, your ID card will enable you to carry your cannabis with you.

  • Permission to Grow Your Own Plants – Your card gives you the opportunity to legally purchase medical marijuana and to grow your own pot. In Washington DC, you’re allowed to grow up to six plants, but only three should be mature at any given time. Each cannabis plant that has attained a height of six feet can actually produce up to four pounds of dried flower.

How to Find a Doctor to Help You Get Certified

You don’t have go through a strenuous process to locate a doctor that can help you provide a medical statement to obtain your medical marijuana card. Through MarijuanaDoctors.com, you can gain instant access to licensed and certified doctors in Washington DC.

If you’re a duly registered resident of District of Columbia, we can help you find certified doctors who are located very close to where you live. Simply use the search feature on our website, and you’ll be connected to our network of doctors based in Washington DC. All of our doctors are strictly screened and possess valid licenses to practice medicine in Washington DC.

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We Can Help You Get Your Washington DC Marijuana Card

In addition to helping to gain access to a network of licensed doctors, we’ll also provide all the information and guidance you need to get certified and obtain your card.

Browse through our DC directory now to get connected to a licensed doctor today.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in District of Columbia

  1. First, you need a signed Physician’s Statement from a physician, currently licensed to practice medicine in District of Columbia — *Find a certified medical marijuana physician in District of Columbia
  2. To qualify, a patient needs to be diagnosed by a physician as having one of the following debilitating medical conditions that is specifically identified in the law:
    • HIV/AIDSglaucomamultiple sclerosiscancer, or any other condition, as determined by rulemaking that is, chronic or long-lasting; 
    • or is debilitating or interferes with the basic functions of life; and is a serious medical condition for which the use of medical marijuana is beneficial, that cannot be effectively treated by any ordinary medical or surgical measure, or for which there is scientific evidence that the use of medical marijuana is likely to be significantly less addictive than the ordinary medical treatment for that condition.
    • Patients may also qualify by undergoing any of the following medical treatments: Chemotherapyradiotherapy; the use of azidothymidine or protease inhibitors; or any other treatment as determined by rulemaking, whose side effects require treatment through the administration of medical marijuana in the same manner as a qualifying medical condition.
  3. Patients must be 18 years of age, and be a District of Columbia resident.
  4. Patients are required to obtain legitimate medical records or documentation from their primary care physician describing the diagnosis of their qualifying condition — *Learn how to request your medical records
  5. Patients are required to register with the District of Columbia Department of Health. Registration is mandatory.
  6. The patient registry application fee is $100 for new and renewal applications. For patients on Social Security disability, Supplemental Security Insurance, or low income, the fee is $25, with the appropriate documentation.
  7. Submit applications to:

Health Regulation and Licensing Administration
899 N. Capitol Street, NE
2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202-442-5955
Emaildoh.mmp@dc.gov
WebsiteDistrict of Columbia Medical Marijuana Program

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