With medical marijuana changing the healthcare system worldwide, over 17,000 patients have signed up to see if they qualify for a medical card in Maryland. Among its many benefits, medical marijuana has been shown to ease the physical pain and other uncomfortable symptoms for those who suffer from chronic ailments, diseases, and illnesses. Going beyond chronic pain, medical marijuana has made a bold statement through government research studies to help treat anxiety disorders, such as PTSD.
As medical marijuana continues to impress the world with its healing capabilities, and with a legal program now available in Maryland, individuals may be wondering how to sign up for a Maryland medical marijuana card. The three step process is rather simple and only takes a few minutes to get started.
Watch the video below as Hope Wiseman walks us through the process.
How to Become a Medical Marijuana Patient in Maryland
Register with the MMCC
The first step to receiving your medical card is to visit the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. Create an account under “Patient” and fill out your information. You can do this right from your phone!
Check Your Email
Upon completing your registration, you will receive an email with your patient number. Don’t forget to verify your email so your application will be complete! It will take about 10 business days to see if your application has been approved.
Schedule Appointment with a Provider
Once you are approved, the next step is to schedule your appointment with a provider. If the doctor is not your primary physician, be sure to bring your medical records to your appointment.
Visit Mary and Main
Congratulations, you have your medical card! When starting this new journey, you may be wondering how to choose a dispensary. When visiting Mary & Main, you will be handled with the utmost care as we strive to better your quality of life and offer you our professional insight into what strains and forms of consumption are best for your unique healthcare situation.
Visit Mary & Main in store for a new patient consultation and to pick up your medicine.
After your first visit, you qualify for online orders!