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How Do I Get A Medical Marijuana Card in Maryland?

Sign-up and schedule your appointment.

Complete our online appointment form and schedule your appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor.

Consult with the doctor via web.

Connect with the doctor and consult if your medical condition requires marijuana treatment. In Maryland, a patient can access treatment for those conditions for which other treatments are ineffective.

Register With Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission

In this step, you will register as a new patient with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. MMCC charges a non-refundable fee of $25 for new applicants and requires your personal information, a valid state ID that includes your address, and a clear picture of you with white background.

Get Approved

Once approved, the doctor will upload your MMCC ID and certify you for the treatment.

You can immediately download your temporary certification from MMCC Portal and purchase medical marijuana at nearby dispensaries.

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Robert Haun

“Responsible and Professional”

They were responsive and answered all my questions throughout the process. I liked the way they treated me. and I got my temp card in less than 24 hours.

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Daniel Slate
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The process was very simple and fast. I received an appointment and recommendation letter on the same day! They made the process easy. I am currently awaiting my card from the state. Thanks for your smooth process!!

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I had a great experience with My MMJ Doctor. Everyone was super helpful and very responsive to questions and concerns. Highly recommended!

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Benefits of a Maryland Medical Marijuana Card

You must be aware of the medical cannabis cards, but only a few are familiar with their benefits. Here are a few of them!

Medical Cannabis Access to under age Patients

If you are a medical marijuana cardholder, Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission exempt you from the age criteria defined for safe use of marijuana. You can access medical marijuana with the assistance of a caregiver. You can assign a caregiver during state registration.

Tax Exemptions for Medical Marijuana CardHolders

Medical marijuana is essential to treat ample health conditions but is costly too! However, getting a medical card in Maryland can save you 100s of bucks as the state exempts qualified patients from paying certain tax limits. This varies from state to state.

Access to Wider Range of Marijuana Strains

Maryland Medical Marijuana Cardholders are allowed to use a wide range of strains which are not available otherwise. You can take advantage of these strains to treat a wide range of health conditions for which other treatment are not helpful. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take for Maryland to approve medical Marijuana card request?

MMCC takes up to 45 days to approve or reject any request after initial submission. Once approved, you can download your temporary ID and start visiting dispensaries.

What are the Qualifying conditions for a medical Marijuana Card in Maryland?

Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) has passed a list of qualifying conditions. This includes:

  • Anorexia
  • Chronic Pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Severe Pain
  • Muscle spasms
  • Cachexia
  • Glaucoma
  • PTSD
  • Seizures
  • Wasting Syndrome

As acceptable eligibility for a Maryland Medical Marijuana Card, the state also allows any other chronic or debilitating medical condition for which the other treatments have been ineffective.

Is Marijuana Recreationally Legal in Maryland?

No, Recreational marijuana is not legal in Maryland.

I Lost My MMCC ID Card, Or It Was Stolen Or Damaged. What Should I do?

Individuals who lost the patient ID card are required to login into their MMCC account and must report it. The replacement of the card will be issued by the authorities.

What do you need to get a medical Marijuana card in Maryland?

  • An Electronic Copy of Valid Government-issued Photo ID Proof.
  • A Residential Proof of Maryland.
  • A valid, accessible email account.
  • An Electronic copy of a recent and clear photo.
  • Full 9 digits of a patient’s Social Security Number (SSN).

What Is The Minimum Age For A Caregiver?

As per the State laws, caregivers must be 21 years old or older.

How Much Cannabis Can I Purchase Today?

According to Maryland law, you can possess up to 120 grams of usable marijuana (dried flower) at any time. Also, you can purchase up to 36 gms of THC as a 30-day supply.

Can A Family Member Be A Caregiver?

A family member is allowed to be a caregiver for the patient that requires medical cannabis for relieving the symptoms.

How Many Caregivers Can One Patient Have?

A patient can have up to two persons as caregivers, based on the medical condition of the patient.

My Child Needs Medical Cannabis. Can He or She Get It Legally?

According to Maryland’s laws, children must qualify the eligibility criteria for the treatment. Conversely, children must have a parent or guardian who can serve as a caregiver.

How many plants can you grow with a medical card in Maryland?

Yes. Starting July 1, 2023, grown-ups will be able grow up to two cannabis plants. The plants must be cultivated indoors and away from the public view.

Does The Patient Need To Be Registered With MMCC Before The Provider Visit To Obtain A Certification?

Before obtaining an officially authorized certification, registration with Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission is mandatory in Maryland.

Does The Provider Have To Be Registered Before Providing A Certification For The Patient?

A provider must be certified to provide medical marijuana recommendations before providing an authorized MMJ Card permit to the patient.

Is It Lawful For A Medical Cannabis Patient To Own Or Possess A Firearm?

Federal laws restrict Medical cannabis card holders from acquiring or possessing firearms. As per the Federal Gun Control Act, an individual who is addicted to any controlled substance is prohibited from transporting or acquiring firearms.

What do I Do After I get the MMJ Card Permit?

After the approval and acquiring certification from an authorized medical marijuana doctor the individual is allowed to pick the Medical Cannabis from any licensed dispensary
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