Updated on May 19, 2020. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
The State of Nevada has a legalized medical marijuana program, which allows patients to receive a medical marijuana recommendation from a certified physician and apply for a state-issued Nevada Medical Marijuana Card, permitting the patient to purchase marijuana for medicinal use, as per Nevada state guidelines.
Since the Nevada medical marijuana program is still changing and new Nevada marijuana laws are being enacted on a regular basis, please be sure to visit our site frequently to get the most updated laws as it pertains to the Nevada medical marijuana program.
Please note: In order to become a legal medical marijuana patient you must first have a qualifying condition as outlined by the department of health services. For a comprehensive list of Nevada’s qualifying medical marijuana conditions, please visit our qualifying conditions section located on the top of our menu under “legal states.”