In order to be afforded legal protection under the Vermont Medical Marijuana law, as per the “Act Relating to Marijuana Use by Persons with Severe Illness,” qualified medical marijuana patients must register with the state patient registry and possess a valid state-issued identification card by submitting a medical marijuana card application to the Vermont Medical Marijuana Program (VMMP).
A Vermont medical marijuana card is an identification card issued by the Vermont Department of Public Health, to qualifying patients, personal caregivers, or dispensary agents. The Vermont medical marijuana card verifies that the patient has received a written certification from a physician, stating that he or she may benefit from the medicinal use of marijuana, as per the qualifying medical conditions outlined by the State program.
For purposes of the Department of Public Health and law enforcement, the medical marijuana card serves to identify those patients who are exempt from Vermont criminal and civil penalties, for conduct pursuant to the medical use of marijuana.
The Vermont marijuana card qualifies you for the therapeutic use of cannabis within The Green Mountain State. Vermont marijuana law permits patients to use marijuana as treatment for effective relief from multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, cancer, seizures, nausea, severe pain and wasting syndrome.
You may also register to obtain a medical marijuana card so you can act as a caregiver for registered marijuana patients. At MarijuanaDoctors.com, we connect patients to qualified doctors who will certify you for marijuana use. We also guide you through the entire registration process so you can enjoy the following benefits.
Our network of marijuana doctors in Vermont is committed to helping you obtain your certification so you can easily complete your registration process. Visit our Vermont marijuana doctors’ directory to request an application from one of our doctors. Search for physicians by zip code or by city. When you find doctors close to your home, you can go through their profile and request an appointment.
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As per Vermont’s Department of Public Health, “Act Relating to Marijuana Use by Persons with Severe Illness,” the following outline serves as a guide on how to register for a medical marijuana card:
Updated on January 18, 2019