Does my Condition Qualify Me for Medicinal Marijuana?

Do you qualify for a medical marijuana recommendation?

By state here is a list of conditions that automatically qualify you for a MMJ recommendation.

Alaska

Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity & nausea.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.
GlaucomaHIV/AIDS

Hepatitis C

ALS

Chrons Disease

Agitation of Alzheimer’s

Nail patella syndrome

Chronic or rehabilitating disease which cause irretraceable pain

Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity
and nausea.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Maine Department of Health.

Maryland
This law requires the court to consider a defendant’s use of medical marijuana to be a mitigating factor in marijuana-related state prosecution. If the patient, post-arrest, successfully makes the case at trial that his or her use of marijuana is one of medical necessity, then the maximum penalty allowed by law would be a $100 fine.

Michigan
Cancer
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Hepatitis C
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gerhrigs Disease)
Crohn’s disease
Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
Nail patella

Patients are also offered legal protection if they have a Chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or treatment of said condition that produces 1 or more of the following:
• Cachexia or wasting syndrome
• Severe and Chronic pain
• Severe nausea
• Seizures, including but not limited to those characteristic of Epilepsy
• Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to those characteristic of Multiple sclerosis.


Nevada
AIDS
Cancer
Glaucoma
And any medical condition or treatment to a medical condition that produces
• Cachexia

• Persistent muscle spasms or seizures
• Severe nausea
• Pain
Other conditions are subject to approval by the health division of the state Department of Human Resources.

New Jersey
Cancer
Glaucoma
Seizure disorders (including epilepsy)
Lou Gehrig’s disease
Multiple sclerosis
Muscular dystrophy
Severe muscle spasms
HIV/AIDS
Inflammatory bowel disease (including Crohn’s disease),
Any terminal illness if a doctor has determined the patient will die within a year,
Any other medical condition or treatment that is approved by the state health department.

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New Mexico
Severe Chronic pain
Painful peripheral neuropathy
Intractable nausea/vomiting
Severe anorexia/cachexia
Hepatitis C infection currently receiving antiviral treatment
Crohn’s disease
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Cancer
Glaucoma
Multiple sclerosis
Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticity
Epilepsy
HIV/AIDS
Hospice patients
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Department of Health.

Montana
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Severe or Chronic pain
Severe nausea

Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by Epilepsy or severe or persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to spasms caused by Multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease.


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Oregon
Cachexia

Cancer
Chronic pain
Epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity and nausea.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Health Division of the Oregon Department of Human Resources.

Rhode Island
Cachexia

Cancer
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
Severe debilitating Chronic pain
Severe nausea
Seizures, including but not limited to, those characteristic of Epilepsy or severe and persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to, those characteristic of Multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s Disease or agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

Vermont
HIV or AIDS

Cancer
Multiple Sclerosis.
OR a disease, medical condition, or its treatment that is Chronic, debilitating, and produces severe, persistent, and one or more of the following intractable symptoms:
• Cachexia or wasting syndrome

• Severe pain
• Severe nausea
• Seizures

Washington
Cachexia
Cancer
HIV or AIDS
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Intractable pain (defined as pain unrelieved by standard treatment or medications)
Multiple sclerosis
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Washington Board of Health.

Washington D.C.
HIV/AIDS
Glaucoma
Multiple sclerosis
Cancer,
Other conditions that are chronic, long-lasting, debilitating, or that interfere with the basic functions of life
Serious medical conditions for which the use of medical marijuana is beneficial
Patients undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Please note that as of November 27, 2010 the MMJ program in Washington DC is not yet active

Arizona:
Cancer
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS
Hepatitis C
ALS
Crohn’s disease
Alzheimer’s disease
cachexia or wasting syndrome
Severe and chronic pain
Severe nausea
Seizures (including epilepsy)
Severe or persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis).
Please Note: Arizona’s MMJ Laws are not yet active as of November 27, 2010

California:
Arthritis
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
HIV or AIDS
Epilepsy
Migraine
Multiple sclerosis.
And/or any debilitating illness where the medical use of marijuana has been “deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician

Colorado
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Chronic nervous system disorders
Epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity
and nausea.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Colorado Board of Health.

Hawaii
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity
and nausea.
Other conditions are subject to approval by the Hawaii Department of Health.


CANADA
The regulations outline two categories of people who can apply to possess marihuana for medical purposes.
Category 1:
This category is comprised of any symptoms treated within the context of providing compassionate end-of-life care; or the symptoms associated with the specified medical conditions listed in the schedule to the Regulations, namely:
Severe pain and/or persistent muscle spasms from multiple sclerosis;
Severe pain and/or persistent muscle spasms from a spinal cord injury;
Severe pain and/or persistent muscle spasms from spinal cord disease;
Severe pain, cachexia, anorexia, weight loss, and/or severe nausea from cancer;
Severe pain, cachexia, anorexia, weight loss, and/or severe nausea from HIV/AIDS infection;
Severe pain from severe forms of arthritis; or
Seizures from epilepsy.
Applicants must provide a declaration from a medical practitioner to support their application.

Category 2: This category is for applicants who have debilitating symptom (s) of medical condition (s), other than those described in Category 1. Under Category 2, persons with debilitating symptoms can apply to obtain an Authorization to Possess dried marihuana for medical purposes, if a specialist confirms the diagnosis and that conventional treatments have failed or judged inappropriate to relieve symptoms of the medical condition. While an assessment of the applicant’s case by a specialist is required, the treating physician, whether or not a specialist, can sign the medical declaration.


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