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Where Can I Purchase Weed in Illinois?
Designated patients and caregivers may legally purchase medical cannabis from a dispensary.
Where is it Safe to Consume Cannabis?
A person can consume cannabis in an enclosed or locked space. A patient cannot consume medical marijuana in any public place or near school grounds. Also, a patient must not be visible to the public.
How to Register as a Caregiver in Illinois?
To register as a caregiver in Illinois, a candidate:
- Must submit a caregiver application either with the designated patient’s application submission,
- Must pay an application fee. They can choose the 1, 2, or 3-year card and pay according to that.
- Must include a passport- size photo with a plain white background.
- Must prove the residency with two separate documents. It can be a state- ID card, a driver’s license, and a voter ID card.
What are the Qualifying Conditions to Get your Illinois Medical Marijuana Card?
To qualify as a patient, one must have at least one of the following debilitating conditions that are as specified in the Compassionate Use of MCPPA:
Autism, Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, HIV/AIDS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Anorexia nervosa, Arnold-Chiari malformation, Cancer, Cachexia/wasting syndrome, Causalgia, Chronic inflammatory demyelinating, polyneuropathy, Chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome Type II), Dystonia, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome,
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Is an Illinois Medical Marijuana Card Valid in Other States?
Yes, the Illinois Medical Marijuana Card valid in other states. Here are some states that will accept your 420 evaluation from an Illinois doctor:
Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, Washington DC
Is Weed Legal in Illinois?
Yes, Both medical and recreational cannabis is legal in Illinois.
What Is the Age Limit to Legally Access Medical Marijuana?
18 Years. If you fall under 18, the parent’s consent is required first.
Is Residence Cultivation Allowed in Illinois?
Only designated patients and caregivers may cultivate cannabis in Illinois. Also, the patient should not contain more than five plants. Make sure the plants should not be more than 5 inches tall.
Does Illinois Allow Reciprocity?
No, only registered residents can purchase medical marijuana products from a dispensary in Illinois. The adult over the age of 21 can acquire marijuana at a dispensary and possess up to:
- 15 grams of cannabis flower,
- 250 milligrams of THC in cannabis-infused products,
- 2.5 grams of cannabis concentrates.
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