Medical Marijuana Patient

BECOME A MEDICAL MARIJJUANA PATIENT
1. Alaska

Cost:

$25; with a $20 renewal fee.

Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Nausea, Pain, Muscle spasms, Cachexia (wasting syndrome) and Multiple Sclerosis.

Allowed Possession:

1 oz. of usable marijuana and 6 plants (3 immature, 3 mature).

Recreational:

Alaska provides recreational marijuana at certified shops to individuals over the age of 21, in case you do not qualify to be an MMP.
2. Arizona

Cost:

$150; $75 for SNAP members

Medical Conditions:

HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Cancer, Pain, Nausea, Seizures, PTSD, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Spasms.

Allowed Possession:

2.5 oz. of usable marijuana and 12 plants.

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Arizona
3. Arkansas

Licenses for dispensaries in Arkansas will not be accepted until June 1, 2017, therefore there will not be any place to legally purchase marijuana until then.

Cost:

Information about costs are still not available to the public.

Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Hepatitis C, Tourette Syndrome, PTS, Severe Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease, ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Any chronic or debilitating diseases that cause: Peripheral Neuropathy, Severe Nausea, Seizures, Persistent/Severe Muscle Spasms, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Intractable Pain.

Allowed Possession:

3 oz. of usable cannabis allowed for each 14-day period.
4. California

One interesting fact about medical marijuana in California that many other states do not share, is this Golden State’s incredible cannabis delivery scene. In California, it is currently legal to use online dispensaries to purchase your reefer and in some cases it is even delivered to your doorstep within an hour. Get all your favorite green from the comfort of your very own home!

Related Articles: 3 Ways to Get a Medical Marijuana Card Online (in Minutes)

Cost:

$35-66 depending on county (prices vary in each one).

Medical Conditions:

Epilepsy, Anorexia, Chronic Pain, Cancer, AIDS, Muscle Spasms (also those associated with Multiple Sclerosis), Arthritis, Glaucoma, Severe Nausea, Cachexia, Migraines, Seizures.

Allowed Possession:

8 oz. of usable cannabis plus 12 immature plants or 6 mature plants.

Recreational:

California unanimously voted to make cannabis recreational in the 2016 election, so by 2018, legal weed shops should be popping up all over for individuals who are over the age of 21.
5. Colorado

Cost:

$35; if you are below the federal poverty line, your cost may be waived.
Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, Cancer, Severe Pain or Nausea, HIV/AIDS, Seizures, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Persistent Muscle Spasms.

Allowed Possession:
2 oz. of usable marijuana plus 3 immature and 3 mature plants.

Recreational:

If you don’t qualify as an MMP in Colorado, don’t fret! If you are over the age of 21, there are recreational cannabis shops available in CO to provide you with your ganja.
6. Connecticut

Cost:

Connecticut medical marijuana cards cost $100.

Medical Conditions:

PTSD, Wasting Syndrome, Epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease, HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s Disease, Cachexia, Spinal Cord Nervous Tissue Damage, Sickle Cell Disease, Severe Psoriasis, Ulcerative Colitis.

Allowed Possession:

2.5 oz. of usable cannabis.
7. Delaware

Cost:

Medical marijuana cards in Delaware cost $125.

Medical Conditions:
Alzheimer’s, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Hepatitis C, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, PTSD, Cachexia, Muscle Spasms, Seizures, Intractable Nausea, Multiple Sclerosis.

Allowed Possession:
6 oz. of usable marijuana.
8. Florida

Legislators in Florida currently have a few months to create a plan and begin issuing medical marijuana cards to qualifying patients. Since the law only passed during the 2016 election, patients will have to sit tight while the rules and regulations are being developed.

Cost:
Accurate cost information is not yet available for Florida.

Medical Conditions:
PTSD, HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Allowed Possession:
The amount is soon to be determined.

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Florida
9. Hawaii

Cost:
The low, low price of just $25.

Medical Conditions:
Muscle Spasms, Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Nausea, Seizures, Pain, Cachexia (wasting syndrome).

Allowed Possession:
4 oz. of usable cannabis and 7 plants.
10. Illinois

Cost:

$300 (Card is valid for 3 years and won’t need to be renewed annually).

Medical Conditions:

TBI, AIDS, ALS, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Causalgia, Crohn’s Disease, CRPS (Type I), Lou Gehrig’s Disease, PTSD, Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, Dystonia, Fibrous Dysplasia, Severe Fibromyalgia, Hepatitis C, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, HIV, Glaucoma, Parkinson’s Disease, Myoclonus, Post-Concussion Syndrome, Seizures, RA, Spinal Cord Injury, Tourette Syndrome, Tarlov Cysts, SCA.

Allowed Possession:
2.5 oz. of usable marijuana (during a 14-day period).

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Illinois
11. Maine

Cost:

NO COST!

Medical Conditions:

Chronic Pain (that has not subsided with typical therapies for 6 months or more), ALS, PTSD, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), HIV, Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, IBS, Seizures, Severe Nausea, Severe Muscle Spasms, Glaucoma, Crohn’s Disease, active forms of Hepatitis C.

Allowed Possession:

2.5 oz. of usable marijuana plus 6 plants.

Recreational:

As of the election in 2016, residents of Maine voted to make cannabis recreational, so if you are over 21 years old, expect legal pot shops to beginning appearing by 2018.
12. Maryland

Cost:

Maryland medical marijuana cards cost just $50.

Medical Conditions:
HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Cancer, Hepatitis C, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Chronic Pain, Seizures (including those because of Epilepsy), Severe Muscle Spasms.

Allowed Possession:
A 30-day supply is allowed; the exact amount has yet to be determined.
13. Massachusetts

Cost:

$150-$245 depending upon which services you decide to go with.

Medical Conditions:
AIDS, Glaucoma, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Hepatitis C, Parkinson’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease, ALS.

Allowed Possession:
Mass. allows a 60-day supply (for personal use). The amount was determined at 10 oz.

Recreational:
Mass. made recreational marijuana legal in the 2016 election. By 2018, legal weed shops are expected to appear for individuals over the age of 21.
14. Michigan

Cost:

It costs $100 to obtain a medical marijuana card in Michigan.

Medical Conditions:

HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Cancer, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Severe Nausea, Seizures, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, Multiple Sclerosis, Nail-Patella Syndrome, Severe and Chronic Pain, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Muscle Spasms, Alzheimer’s Disease.

Allowed Possession:
2.5 oz. of usable marijuana and 12 plants.

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Michigan
15. Minnesota

Believe it or not, Minnesota actually does not allow smokeable cannabis, so if you hold a medical card you can only purchase or possess oils, edibles, and concentrates.

Cost:

$250-$350, depending on Doctor’s fees.

Medical Conditions:
Cancer, Cachexia, Intractable Pain, HIV/AIDS, Seizures, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Tourette Syndrome, Terminal Illnesses, Severe Muscle Spasms, Glaucoma.

Allowed Possession:
Only a 30-day supply of non-smokeable marijuana is allowed.

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Minnesota
16. Montana

Cost:
It costs $75 to get your medical marijuana card in Montana.

Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Severe Central Nervous System Disorders, Crohn’s Disease, Painful Peripheral Neuropathy, Cancer, Chronic Pain, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Severe Nausea/Vomiting, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy/Seizures.

Allowed Possession:

1 oz. of usable cannabis and 4 mature plants (plus 12 seedlings).
17. Nevada

Cost:

It costs $150 to obtain your medical cannabis card in Nevada.

Medical Conditions:

Severe Pain and Nausea, Cancer, Glaucoma, AIDS, Muscle Spasms (Multiple Sclerosis), Seizures (Epilepsy), Cachexia (wasting syndrome). 
Allowed Possession:
2.5 oz. of usable marijuana and 12 plants.

Recreational:

Residents of Nevada voted to make cannabis recreational during the 2016 election, with shops to appear in 2018 for those 21 or older.

For more information read our complete guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Nevada
18. New Hampshire

Cost:

$50 application fee, plus $50-$150 Doctor’s fees.

Medical Conditions:

Severe Pain, Severe Nausea and Vomiting, Severe Muscle Spasms, Chronic or Terminal Illnesses, Seizures, Cachexia (wasting syndrome).

Allowed Possession:

2 oz. of usable marijuana (for a 10-day period).
19. New Jersey

Cost:

A medical card in New Jersey costs $200, but is valid for 2 years.

Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Seizures (Epilepsy), Terminal Illness (with less than 12 months of life), Muscular Dystrophy, Terminal Cancer, Cancer, Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS).

Allowed Possession:

2 oz. of usable cannabis.

20. New Mexico

Cost:

No patient registry fee; you just need to pay doctor’s fees (typically $50-$150).

Medical Conditions:

Glaucoma, Cancer, Hospice Patients, Severe Anorexia, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), PTSD, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Severe Chronic Pain, Severe Nausea/Vomiting, Multiple Sclerosis, Hepatitis C, Epilepsy, Crohn’s Disease.

Allowed Possession:

6 oz. of usable marijuana, plus 16 plants (12 immature and 4 mature).

For more information read the complete guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In New Mexico
21. New York

Cost:
It costs $50 to get your card in New York state.

Medical Conditions:
Epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), MS, Spinal Cord Damage, Parkinson’s Disease, Neuropathies, IBS, Huntington’s Disease.

Allowed Possession:
Only a 30-day supply of non-smokeable cannabis is allowed in New York state.

Read the Complete Guide: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In New York
22. North Dakota

Medical cannabis in North Dakota just became legalized during the 2016 election, therefore many regulations are not yet set into place.

Cost:

The cost for a medical cannabis card has not yet been determined for North Dakota.

Medical Conditions:

Chronic Back Pain, Glaucoma, Epilepsy, Spinal Stenosis, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, ALS, Hepatitis C, PTSD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic and Debilitating Diseases, Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, Severe Muscle Spasms, Seizures.

Allowed Possession:

3 oz. of cannabis per a 14-day period.
23. Ohio

Ohio just made medical marijuana use legal during the 2016 election, so the state is still deciding on many parts of the future regulations.

Cost:

Not yet determined by the state of Ohio.

Medical Conditions:

The medical conditions for Ohio have not yet been determined.

Allowed Possession:

No more than a 90-day supply. Due to brand new medical legalization, the amount has not yet been determined.

For more detailed information read our: How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card In Ohio
24. Oregon

Cost:

It costs $200 to get your card in Oregon. If you are receiving SNAP benefits, the state waives the fee down to only $100. If you are receiving SSI benefits, the fee is lowered down to just $20.

Medical Conditions:

HIV/AIDS, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Cancer, Glaucoma, Alzheimer’s Disease, Severe Pain and Nausea, MS, Seizures, Muscle Spasms.
Allowed Possession:
24 oz. of usable cannabis, plus 24 plants (18 immature, 6 mature).

Recreational:

Back in 2015, Oregon became a recreational reefer state. If you are over the age of 21, you can purchase marijuana legally even if you do not meet specific state medical conditions.
25. Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania just legalized medical cannabis during the 2016 election. Its laws are still being figured out.

Cost:

The cost for a Pennsylvania medical marijuana card has not yet been determined.

Medical Conditions:

Seizures, Sickle Cell Anemia, Autism, Terminal Illness, IBS, Epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, ALS, Neuropathies, PTSD, Huntington’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, MS.

Allowed Possession:

Just a 30-day supply is allowed.
26. Rhode Island

Cost:

$75 for a medical marijuana card; if you are receiving SSI the fee is only $10.

Medical Conditions:

HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Cancer, Glaucoma, Chronic Pain, Severe Nausea, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), MS, Crohn’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Severe Muscle Spasms, Seizures (Epilepsy).

Allowed Possession:

2.5 oz. of usable cannabis and 12 plants.
27. Vermont

Cost:

The cost is just $50 in Vermont.

Medical Conditions:

MS, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Nausea, Seizures, Severe Pain.

Allowed Possession:

2 oz. of usable marijuana, plus 9 plants (7 immature and 2 mature).
28. Washington

Medical marijuana is hardly a thing anymore in Washington, because it has been absorbed by the recreational weed market. Many medical only dispensaries have shut down or become recreational sellers instead.

Cost:

No state registration fee; you just have to pay doctor’s fees (typically between $50-$150).

Medical Conditions:

MS, Epilepsy, Seizures, Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Anorexia, Intractable Pain, Crohn’s Disease, Spasticity Disorders.
Allowed Possession:
8 oz. of usable marijuana and 6 plants.

Recreational:

Due to the passing of recreational cannabis laws in Washington state, if you are over the age of 21 then you can purchase recreational cannabis from certified weed shops and not just settle with receiving medical marijuana with a certification.
29. Washington D.C.

Cost:

The cost is $100.

Medical Conditions:

MS, Muscle Spasms, Glaucoma, Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Decompensated Cirrhosis, Seizures, Alzheimer’s Disease, ALS, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), any other conditions determined as debilitated by a physician.

Allowed Possession:
2 oz. of dried marijuana. Regarding other forms of cannabis, the amount has yet to be determined.

Recreational:

Washington D.C. legalized recreational ganja, which means you can purchase non-medical marijuana legally at certified shops if you are over the age of 21.

Showing 1–20 of 51 results