Can you get a medical marijuanas card in MD?
When will marijuana be legal Maryland (MD)?
It is currently legal in the state of Maryland if you have a Maryland Medical Marijuana Card. Not sure how to get a medical card? We can help!
Recreational, or "adult-use" marijuana is not legal in Maryland. You must have a medical card to be compliant.
What conditions qualify for medical marijuana in Maryland?
Maryland has a sizable list of conditions that can qualify for medical cannabis. Included on the list are seizures, chronic pain, PTSD and other potential chronic conditions. For a more detailed list, check out our Maryland medical marijuana conditions page.
Are there doctors that prescribe medical marijuana in Maryland?
Maryland has approved virtual medical marijuana doctor appointments. So, it's easy to schedule an appointment and find a qualified doctor.
Are there medical marijuana doctors in my Area?
Yes, because when you schedule a telemedicine appointment for Maryland, you can live anywhere in Maryland and see a qualified Maryland medical marijuana doctor online! Whether you live in Baltimore, Annapolis, Silver Spring or anywhere else, your covered!
Can I do follow up exams online too?
Yes, its virtually the same process to see the medical marijuana doctor online!
Is there a dispensary near me in Maryland.
Yes, we're tracking Maryland dispensaries and there's many! Baltimore, Rockville, Silver Spring and Germantown are just a handful of Maryland cites with dispensaries.
How do I save money on marijuana once I get my card?
Check out our Maryland dispensary deal tracker to find everyday discounts and daily deals. Sign up to receive our update emails so you can continue saving.
How do I register with the MMCC (the Maryland state registry)?
The MMCC, Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, is the Maryland department that oversees the marijuana program. Get more info on how to register with the MMCC.
Maryland - Qualifying Conditions:
Any Maryland resident whose provider recommends medical cannabis as a treatment option for a qualifying medical condition is eligible to register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) as a patient. Qualifying medical conditions include:
severe or chronic pain,
severe or persistent muscle spasms,
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD),
or another chronic medical condition which is severe and for which other treatments have been ineffective.
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11/10/20 - House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) announced that the body will hold a floor vote on a bill to federally legalize marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs in December. This comes after Democrats planned and then cancelled a September vote on the cannabis proposal.
9/16/20 - The office of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told Marijuana Moment the “schedule hasn’t changed" for a planned vote on a federal marijuana legalization bill next week despite rumblings of concern from moderate Democrats. Hoyer himself said, though, that while he supports the proposal, "we’ve got to get the CR and COVID-19 done, because they’re absolutely critical to the welfare of our country,” referring to legislation to keep the government funded and avoid a shutdown.
9/1/20 - House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) confirmed the timing of an upcoming historic vote to federally legalize marijuana. The MORE Act, which will deschedule cannabis and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs, will hit the House floor the week of September 21—about three weeks from now.
8/18/20 - Maryland Democratic congressional candidate Mia Mason tweeted, "Cannabis should be legal in the USA, full stop. Four years of Trump has proven that. Our farmers are looking for something profitable to grow, might as well make it legal."