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What Are The Qualifying Medical Circumstances For Hashish In Your State?

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As of April 2020, there are 35 states that have legalized
medicinal cannabis to some extent – and of course, this varies greatly from
state to state.

Despite the federal government keeping cannabis listed as a Schedule 1 narcotic, each state has the authority to create their own laws governing cannabis use within their borders. Most states allow the herb now, but the qualifying conditions that allow patients access to medical cannabis are different in each state. Use our guide to determine whether you qualify for medical cannabis in your home state.

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Alaska

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerGlaucoma HIV/AIDS Cachexia (wasting syndrome)PainRecurring nauseaSeizuresMuscle spasmsMultiple sclerosis

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://www.akleg.gov/basis/Bill/Plaintext/21?Hsid=SB0094E

Arizona

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s disease Crohn’s disease Advanced Alzheimer’s disease

Any chronic or debilitating condition including but not
limited to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), chronic pain, recurring nausea,
epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://www.azleg.gov/viewdocument/?docName=http://www.azleg.gov/ars/36/02801.htm

Arkansas

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerGlaucoma HIV/AIDS Hepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s disease Tourette’s Syndrome Crohn’s disease Ulcerative colitis Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Severe arthritis Fibromyalgia Alzheimer’s disease

Any chronic or debilitating condition including but not
limited to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), chronic pain, recurring nausea,
epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy.

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/Pages/MedMarijuana.aspx

California

**Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerAnorexiaAIDSChronic painSpasticityCachexiaPersistent muscle spasms, including those associated with multiple sclerosisSeizures, including, but not limited to, those associated with epilepsySevere nauseaGlaucomaArthritisMigraines

Any other chronic or persistent medical symptom that considerably
limits a person’s abilities or diminishes their quality of life, as defined by
the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Click here for the full list and for any updates https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=HSC&division=10.&title=&part=&chapter=6.&article=2.5.

Colorado

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

Cancer Glaucoma HIV/AIDS Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Any chronic or debilitating condition including but not
limited to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), persistent muscle spasms, seizures, severe
nausea, and severe pain, as well as any condition that is approved by a doctor.

Click here for the full list and for any updates https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/qualifying-medical-conditions-medical-marijuana-registry

Connecticut

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state (although this will be up for a vote soon)

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSParkinson’s diseaseMultiple sclerosisDamage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord EpilepsyCachexia (wasting syndrome)Crohn’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Sickle Cell DiseasePost Laminectomy Syndrome with Chronic RadiculopathySevere Psoriasis and Psoriatic ArthritisAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseUlcerative colitisComplex Regional Pain SyndromeCerebral palsyCystic fibrosisIrreversible spinal cord injury Terminal illness requiring end of life careUncontrolled intractable seizure disorderHydrocephalus with intractable headachesIntractable headache syndromesNeuropathic facial painMuscular dystrophySevere rheumatoid arthritisSpasticity or neuropathic pain associated with fibromyalgiaPost Herpetic NeuralgiaOsteogenesis Imperfecta

—For underage
patients:

Cerebral palsyCystic fibrosisIrreversible spinal cord injury Severe epilepsyTerminal illness requiring end-of-life careUncontrolled intractable seizure disorderMuscular dystrophyOsteogenesis Imperfecta

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://www.ct.gov/dcp/cwp/view.asp?q=509628&dcpNav=%7C

Delaware

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state (although this will be up for a vote soon)

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

Terminal illnessCancerHIV/AIDSDecompensated cirrhosisHepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseAgitation of Alzheimer’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Intractable epilepsyAutism with self-injurious or aggressive behaviorGlaucoma

Any chronic or debilitating conditions including but not
limited to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), severe pain that has not responded to
prescribed medication in 3 months, recurring nausea, muscle spasms, and
multiple sclerosis.

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://dhss.delaware.gov/dph/hsp/medmarpt.html

District of Columbia (Washington, DC)

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this district

Qualifying medical conditions include:

HIV/AIDSCancerGlaucomaMuscle spasmsMultiple sclerosis

Any other condition that is chronic, that could benefit from
medical cannabis (as determined on a case-by-case basis) and cannot be
effectively treated by standard medical practices.

Click here for the full list and for any updates: http://doh.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/doh/publication/attachments/140523MMPRegulationsRevised.pdf

Florida

*Recreational cannabis is not legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerEpilepsyGlaucomaHIV/AIDSPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseCrohn’s diseaseChronic seizuresParkinson’s diseaseMultiple sclerosisMedical conditions of the same kind or class as or comparable to those listed aboveA terminal condition Chronic pain

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0300-0399/0381/Sections/0381.986.html

Hawaii

*Recreational cannabis is not legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerCrohn’s diseaseEpilepsyGlaucomaHIV/AIDSLupusMultiple sclerosisPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Rheumatoid arthritis

Any chronic or debilitating condition including but not limited
to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, muscle
spasms, multiple sclerosis, and Crohn’s disease.

Click here to read the full list and for any updates http://health.hawaii.gov/medicalcannabisregistry/providers/debilitating-medical-conditions/

Illinois

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

HIV/AIDSAgitation of Alzheimer’s diseaseAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseArnold-Chiari malformationCachexia (wasting syndrome)CancerCausalgiaChronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathyCrohn’s diseaseCRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type II)DystoniaFibrous dysplasiaGlaucomaHepatitis CHydrocephalusHydromyeliaInterstitial cystitisLupusMultiple sclerosisMuscular dystrophyMyasthenia gravisMyoclonusNail-patella syndromeNeurofibromatosisParkinson’s diseasePost-concussion syndromePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Reflex sympathetic dystrophyResidual limb painRheumatoid arthritisSeizures (including those characteristic of epilepsy)Sjogren’s syndromeSpinal cord disease (including but not limited to arachnoiditis)Spinal cord injury with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticitySpinocerebellar ataxiaSyringomyeliaTarlov cystsTourette syndromeTraumatic brain injury (TBI)

Click here for
the full list and for any updates http://www.dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/prevention-wellness/medical-cannabis/debilitating-conditions

Iowa

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerSevere or chronic painNausea or severe vomitingCachexia (wasting syndrome)Multiple sclerosis with severe and persistent muscle spasmsSeizures, including those characteristic of epilepsyAIDS/HIV as defined in section 141A.1Crohn’s diseaseAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseSevere or chronic painNausea or severe vomitingCachexia (wasting syndrome)Parkinson’s diseaseAny terminal illness, with a probable life expectancy of under one year

Click here for a full list and for any updates list of guidelines http://www.state.ia.us/odcp/docs/CBDFinalFactSheetIowaJune2014.pdf

Louisiana

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerHIV/AIDSCachexia (wasting syndrome)Seizure disordersEpilepsySpasticityCrohn’s diseaseSevere muscle spasmsIntractable painPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Click here for a full list or for any updates http://ldh.la.gov/index.cfm/page/3633

Maine

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

LD 1539 approved 07/09/2018 amends the laws so that qualification is now the sole discretion of a physician and can be recommended to any patient for which they believe it would be beneficial. This law takes effect 90 days after the close of the 2018 special legislative session.

Sec. 19. 22 MRSA
§2423-B

A medical provider who is in good standing with the appropriate licensing board may provide a written certification for the medical use of marijuana under this chapter and, after having done so, may otherwise state that in the medical provider’s professional opinion a qualifying patient is likely to receive therapeutic benefit from the medical use of marijuana to treat or alleviate the patient’s debilitating medical condition.

Click here for a
full list or for any updates https://legislature.maine.gov/legis/bills/bills_128th/billtexts/HP106001.asp

Maryland

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

Cachexia (wasting syndrome)AnorexiaSevere painSevere nauseaSeizures, including those characteristic of epilepsySevere and persistent muscle spasmsGlaucomaPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://mmcc.maryland.gov/Pages/patients.aspx

Massachusetts

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseCrohn’s diseaseParkinson’s diseaseMultiple sclerosis

Any other debilitating condition as determined by a qualified physician.

Click
here for the full list and for any updates https://malegislature.gov/Laws/SessionLaws/Acts/2012/Chapter369

Michigan

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseCrohn’s diseaseAgitation of Alzheimer’s diseaseNail-patella syndrome

A chronic or
debilitating including but not limited to: cachexia (wasting disease), severe
and chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, muscle spasms, and multiple
sclerosis.

Click here for the
full list or for any updates http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(vxeekwsfu2lon4z4ssftgnjt))/mileg.aspx?page=getObject&objectName=mcl-333-26423

Minnesota

*Recreational cannabis is not legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerSevere and/or chronic painNausea or severe vomitingCachexia (wasting syndrome)GlaucomaHIV/AIDSAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseTourette’s syndromeSeizures/epilepsyMuscle Spasms Multiple sclerosisCrohn’s disease AutismObstructive sleep apnea Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Terminal illness with life expectancy of less than one year

Any other medical condition that’s approved by the medical
commissioner

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://www.health.state.mn.us/topics/cannabis/patients/conditions.html

Missouri

*Recreational cannabis is not legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerEpilepsyGlaucomaIntractable migraines unresponsive to other treatmentChronic painMuscle spasms Multiple sclerosis Parkinson’s disease Certain psychiatric disorders including but not limited to PTSD and depression Tourette’s syndrome HIV/AIDSPrescription drug dependence Any terminal illness Hepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseInflammatory bowel diseaseCrohn’s diseaseHuntington’s diseaseAutismNeuropathiesSickle cell anemiaAdvanced Alzheimer’s diseaseCachexia (wasting syndrome)

Any other chronic
or debilitating medical condition that can benefits from the use of medical
cannabis, as determined by a qualified physician.

Click here for
the full list or for any updates https://health.mo.gov/safety/medical-marijuana/faqs.php

Montana

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSCachexia (wasting syndrome)Severe or chronic painIntractable nausea or vomitingEpilepsy or an intractable seizure disorderMultiple sclerosisCrohn’s diseasePainful peripheral neuropathyCentral nervous system disorders Admittance into hospice carePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Click here for
the full list or for any updates http://dphhs.mt.gov/marijuana/mmpfaq#159692088-what-are-the-debilitating-conditions-for-which-i-can-recommend-marijuana-for-my-patients–

Nevada

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

HIV/AIDSCancerGlaucomaPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)CachexiaPersistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis)Seizures, including seizures caused by epilepsySevere nauseaSevere pain

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/MM-Patient-Cardholder-Registry/dta/FAQs/Medical_Marijuana_Patient_Cardholder_Registry_-_FAQs/

New Hampshire

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerEhler’s Danlos SyndromeGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHepatitis CAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseMuscular dystrophyCrohn’s diseaseMultiple sclerosisChronic pancreatitisSpinal cord injury or diseaseTraumatic brain injury (TBI)EpilepsyLupusParkinson’s diseaseAlzheimer’s diseaseUlcerative colitisPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/oos/tcp/medical-conditions.htm

New Jersey

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseMultiple sclerosisTerminal cancerMuscular dystrophyInflammatory bowel disease (IBD)Crohn’s diseaseTerminal illness if the physician has determined a prognosis of less than 12 months of lifeSeizure disorder, including epilepsyIntractable skeletal muscular spasticityGlaucomaPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Seizure disorder, including epilepsyIntractable skeletal muscular spasticityGlaucomaPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)HIV/AIDSCancerAnxietyMigrainesTourette’s SyndromeChronic pain related to musculoskeletal disordersChronic pain of visceral origin (related to internal organs)

Any chronic or debilitating condition including but not
limited to: cachexia (wasting syndrome), chronic pain, recurring nausea,
epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy.

Click here for the full list and for any updates http://nj.gov/health/medicalmarijuana/pat_faqs.shtml#7

New Mexico

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

Lou Gehrig’s disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS)CancerCrohn’s diseaseEpilepsy or seizure disordersGlaucomaHepatitis C infection currently receiving antiviral treatmentHIV/AIDSHuntington’s DiseaseHospice careInclusion Body MyositisInflammatory autoimmune-mediated arthritisIntractable nausea/vomitingMultiple sclerosisDamage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticityPainful peripheral neuropathyParkinson’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Severe chronic painSevere anorexiaCachexia (wasting syndrome)Spasmodic Torticollis (cervical dystonia)Ulcerative colitisObstructive sleep apnea

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://nmhealth.org/publication/view/form/135/

New York

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseParkinson’s diseaseMultiple sclerosis (MS)Spinal cord damage with intractable spasticityEpilepsyCachexia (wasting syndrome)Crohn’s diseaseFibromyalgiaArthritisLupusDiabetesInflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)NeuropathyHuntington’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Must include associated or complicating conditions:Cachexia or wasting syndromeSevere or chronic painSevere nauseaSeizuresSevere or persistent muscle spasms

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://www.health.ny.gov/regulations/medical_marijuana/faq.htm

North Dakota

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerHIV/AIDSHepatitis C (decompensated cirrhosis)Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease or related dementiaCrohn’s diseaseFibromyalgiaSpinal stenosis or chronic back pain, including:Neuropathy Muscle SpasmsGlaucomaEpilepsyCachexia (wasting syndrome)Seizures

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://www.legis.nd.gov/assembly/65-2017/documents/17-0630-05000.pdf

Ohio

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

HIV/AIDSAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseAlzheimer’s diseaseCancerChronic traumatic encephalopathyCrohn’s diseaseEpilepsy or other seizure disordersFibromyalgiaGlaucomaHepatitis CInflammatory bowel disease (IBD)Multiple sclerosisChronic, severe and/or intractable painParkinson’s diseaseHIV-positive statusPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Sickle cell anemiaSpinal cord injury or diseaseTourette’s syndromeTraumatic brain injury (TBI)Ulcerative colitis

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://www.medicalmarijuana.ohio.gov/patients-caregivers

Oklahoma

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Oklahoma has one of the least restrictive medical marijuana programs and only requires that applicants be state residents who are 18 years or older with board-certified physician’s signature. Qualifying conditions are decided by the patients’ physician. Special circumstances may be allowed for minors if applications receive (2) physician signatures as well as the applicant’s parent or guardian.

Click here for more information http://omma.ok.gov/Websites/ddeer/images/SQ%20788.pdf

Oregon

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaA degenerative or pervasive neurological conditionHIV/AIDSA medical conditions that produces one or more of the following:Cachexia (wasting syndrome)Severe painSevere nauseaSeizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsyPersistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to those caused by multiple sclerosisPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DISEASESCONDITIONS/CHRONICDISEASE/MEDICALMARIJUANAPROGRAM/Pages/physicians.aspx

Pennsylvania

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseAutismCancer, including remission therapyCrohn’s diseaseDamage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticityEpilepsyGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHuntington’s diseaseInflammatory bowel disease (IBD)Intractable seizuresMultiple sclerosisNeuropathiesParkinson’s DiseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Sickle cell anemiaDyskinetic and spastic movement disordersNeurodegenerative diseasesTerminal illness

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/programs/Medical%20Marijuana/Pages/Patients.aspx

Rhode
Island

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerGlaucomaHIV/AIDSHepatitis CPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Cachexia (wasting syndrome)Chronic painSevere nauseaSeizures, including but not limited to those characteristic of epilepsySevere and persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to those characteristic of multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, or agitation of Alzheimer’s disease

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://www.health.ri.gov/healthcare/medicalmarijuana/

Utah

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

HIV/AIDSAlzheimer’s diseaseAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseCancerCachexia (wasting syndrome)Persistent nauseaCrohn’s diseaseUlcerative colitisEpilepsy, or debilitating seizuresMultiple Sclerosis or persistent and debilitating muscle spasmsPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Autism

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that the
compassionate use board approves under Section 26-61b-106 on an individual,
case-by-case basis.

Click here for more information and updates https://le.utah.gov/~2018S3/bills/static/HB3001.html

Vermont

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

Cancer, including end of life careMultiple sclerosisGlaucomaAIDS/HIVParkinson’s diseaseCrohn’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Cachexia (wasting syndrome)Severe painNauseaSeizures (including those characteristic of epilepsy)

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://vcic.vermont.gov/marijuana-registry/registering

Washington

*Recreational cannabis is legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions for cannabis include:

CancerHIV/AIDSMultiple sclerosisEpilepsy or other seizure disorderSpasticity disordersIntractable painGlaucomaCrohn’s diseaseHepatitis CAnorexiaSevere nauseaSevere VomitingCachexia (wasting syndrome)Appetite lossCrampingSeizuresMuscle SpasmsSpasticityChronic renal failure requiring dialysisTraumatic brain injury (TBI)Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates http://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/Marijuana/MedicalMarijuana/PatientInformation/QualifyingConditions

West Virginia

*Recreational cannabis is NOT legal in this state

Qualifying medical conditions include:

CancerHIV/AIDSAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s diseaseParkinson’s diseaseMultiple sclerosisDamage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord EpilepsyNeuropathiesHuntington’s diseaseCrohn’s diseasePost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Intractable seizuresSickle cell anemiaTerminal illness, with a prognosis of one year or less to liveCachexia (wasting syndrome)AnorexiaSevere or chronic pain Severe nausea

Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition that can
benefit from the use of medical cannabis, as determined by a qualified
physician.

Click here for the full list or for any updates https://dhhr.wv.gov/bph/Documents/MedicalCannabis/General%20Info%2004202017%20-%20rev.pdf

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