Updated on January 28, 2019. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
On April 5, 2017, the Legislature in West Virginia passed a bill to legalize medical marijuana, and on April 20th of the same year, the bill was signed into law by Gov. Jim Justice. The West Virginia Medical Cannabis Commission, which will be created by the proposed bill, will develop identification cards in 2019 for patients who qualify for medical cannabis.
The West Virginia medical marijuana card developed by the state cannabis commission will be secure and trackable. This means that when a patient holds a registration card, law enforcement will be able to cross-check its validity on a secure website.
If you have a medical problem named as a qualifying condition in West Virginia, there’s no reason not to pursue your medical marijuana card. Medical cannabis may be used to treat conditions such as:
Here’s a look at some of the benefits of getting your card:
You must obtain a written certification from a licensed doctor in West Virginia before you obtain your marijuana ID card. For this reason, we’ve created an efficient search system that’s connected to our ever-expanding network of qualified marijuana doctors.
Type in your zip code now to display a list of doctors working in your area. As soon as the list is displayed, click on the “View Profile” button to see details about each doctor or medical practice. We provide information about their fees, hours of service, location and contact details.
After reading the profile and reviews of each doctor, you’ll have adequate information to choose a physician who can meet your needs. Our doctors have the expertise and experience required to go through your medical history, conduct a thorough examination and provide a written statement for you to proceed with registering for your ID card.
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