Medical marijuana is a safe, natural treatment plan that comes with minimal side effects. Mary and Main is honored to be a part of the cannabis community, watching the industry rise in the health care system and have cannabis become a legal treatment option. The state of Maryland recognizes medical marijuana as a treatment plan, allowing patients to treat their ailments worry-free. But, which conditions are treatable with medical marijuana?
Qualifying Ailments in the State of Maryland
- Wasting Syndrome
- Severe or Chronic Pain
- Severe Nausea
- Seizures or persistent muscle spasms
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- A chronic or debilitating illness or medical condition that results in a patient being admitted into hospice or receiving palliative care
Who is Eligible to Register as a Maryland Medical Marijuana Patient?
If you are a Maryland resident and your provider has recommended medical marijuana for a treatment plan, you are eligible to register for your marijuana patient card through the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. The application process is simple and can be completed online. If you are living with any of the above ailments, the Mary and Main team encourages you to apply for your medical card today for a better tomorrow.
If you are a non-Maryland resident currently in Maryland strictly for receiving medical treatment, you are eligible for applying for your Maryland medical marijuana card. However, during your application you must provide the name and address of the Maryland medical facility where you are receiving treatment.
Mary and Main is a fully licensed and certified medical marijuana dispensary located in Capitol Heights, Maryland. Founded by doctors and experienced caregivers, Mary and Main provides safe, premium quality medical cannabis products with exemplary and compassionate service to all certified patients who are suffering from a number of chronic debilitating illnesses.
Consult with our staff professionals to determine the best opiate-free, addiction-free treatment plan for your needs.