Medical Cannabis Card or MMJ Red Card are prescribed by license doctors to help treat chronic pains, schizophrenia, aids, cancer and many other health related issues. There are now 16 states and D.C. that allow the use of medical cannabis and medical marijuana dispensaries. Its still a federal crime, although the Obama administration has asked the feds to leave each state alone as its helping create tax revenue, as well as helping patients will their illness or pain.
States that allow MMJ Red Card
There are currently 16 states and DC that allow the use of medical marijuana or MMJ. Each state has its own rules including how much you can possess, how many plants you can grow, some states have restrictions on growing. States vary when it comes to their Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and the way they operate, grow their weed, sell their mmj, and how many patients they can have. Click on your local state to see what your laws are regarding MMJ red card and the use cultivation of medical cannabis.
Alaska Marijuana Red Card for the use of medical cannabis has been legal since 1998. Find local marijuana Doctors, cannabis card laws and red card applications for AlaskaRead More
Arizona Marijuana Red Card laws, limits and regulations regarding caregivers, patients and marijuana dispensaries explained in detail here. Arizona voted yes on the use of medical marijuana inRead More
California Medical Marijuana Card allows medical marijuana patients the use of cannabis to treat symptoms such as AIDS, anorexia, arthritis, cachexia, cancer, chronic pain, glaucoma, migraine, persistent muscleRead More
Colorado Marijuana Red Card for medical cannabis patients have been legal since 2000. Colorado is now the nations leader in the medical marijuana industry and cannabis growing. ThereRead More
DC Medical Marijuana Card for cannabis patients to grow marijuana and use medical marijuana legally as a medicine. Washington DC approved the use of DC medical marijuana cardRead More
Hawaii Marijuana Card for medical marijuana use has been allowed since 2000 for patients with Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for HIV/AIDS; A chronic or debilitating disease or medicalRead More
Maine Marijuana Card law has allowed prescribing, and limited possession, of medical marijuana since 1999 but the law lacked any distribution laws and questions arose of noncompliance withRead More
Michigan Marijuana Card for medical cannabis use and marijuana cultivation has been legal since 2008, allowing marijuana patients the ability to grow their own cannabis plants and useRead More
Montana Marijuana Card for Cannabis patients medical marijuana use and cannabis cultivation to treat medical conditions such as Cancer, glaucoma, or positive status for HIV/AIDS, or the treatmentRead More
Nevada Marijuana Card for Cannabis patients medical marijuana use and cannabis cultivation to treat medical conditions such as AIDS; cancer; glaucoma; and any medical condition or treatment toRead More
New Jersey Marijuana Card laws for medical cannabis use are some of the strictest in the U.S.. Marijuana patients are prescribed their marijuana card by a licensed physicianRead More
Laws, applications and Limits for New Mexico Marijuana Card patients are very lenient and easy to apply for. New Mexico cannabis cards are prescribed to patients for theRead More
Oregon Marijuana Card allows Oregon Cannabis Patients the use of medical marijuana to treat symptoms such as Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for HIV/AIDS, or treatment for these conditions;Read More
Rhode Island Marijuana Card allows Cannabis Patients in Rhode Island the use of medical marijuana as a medicine to treat symptoms such as Cancer, glaucoma, positive status forRead More
Vermont Marijuana Card allows Cannabis Patients in Vermont the use of medical marijuana as a medicine to treat symptoms such as Cancer, AIDS, positive status for HIV, multipleRead More
Washington Marijuana Card allows Cannabis or Marijuana Patients in Washington State the use of medical marijuana as a medicine to treat symptoms such as Cachexia; cancer; HIV orRead More
MMJ Red Card Doctors
Licensed Doctors that specialize in prescribing medical marijuana for pain and treatment are the only people that can write the script for you to get your mmj red card. Medical Marijuana Patients should consult with a medical marijuana physician prior to anything. Tell them every injury or surgery or illness you have ever had, including any pain you experience. Once your mmj doctor diagnosis your symptoms, they will then write you a script for your medical cannabis card. You then need to send that in to your local state office or health administration for processing. They take anywhere from 2 weeks to 6 months depending on what state you are in to get your card to you in the mail.