What is cannabis used for?
Our bodies have an endocannabinoid system that is crucial to maintaining vital functions such as sleep, stress management, pain tolerance, inflammation, reproduction, motor skills, and memory. Cannabis has been used for centuries to enhance the endocannabinoid system’s response to ailments including gastrointestinal diseases, cancers, seizures, chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, wasting syndrome, and more.
How can I get medical cannabis?
In order to get medical cannabis, a patient must register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission and consult with a certifying health provider. Click here to schedule an appointment and start the process.
Where is cannabis sold?
Cannabis is sold in Maryland-licensed dispensaries.
After becoming a medical cannabis patient, how much cannabis can I get?
Each medical cannabis patient is allotted a monthly amount of dried flower and THC to purchase. This amount is determined by the patient’s certifying health provider. The average monthly allotment is 120 grams of dried flower and 36 grams of THC.
Can I lose my job for using cannabis?
It depends on your employer’s drug policy. The best practice is to check with your employer before becoming a medical cannabis patient.
Why medical cannabis?
Medical cannabis is regularly tested for its safety and quality. Each product is labeled with a detailed breakdown of the medicinal compounds within the plant. Patients are empowered by knowing exactly what is in their medicine and that it is safe.
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