Medical Marijuana /Cannabis Policies
|Patients admitted to hospice or||Patient receiving palliative care|
|Severe or chronic pain||Severe nausea|
|Seizures||Severe or chronic muscle spasms|
|Glaucoma||Cachexia (severe weight loss or malnutrition)|
|HIV/AIDS with debilitating symptoms||PTSD|
Any condition that is severe, for which other medical treatments have been ineffective,and if the symptoms “reasonably can be expected to be relieved” by the medical use of Cannabis.
All patients must have an assessment prior to getting a written certification
The assessment Certification fee is $150.00 / Renewal fee is $80.00 / 3 months follow $80.00
(We do not accept insurance for medical marijuana certification )
Health insurers are not required to cover the cost of medical cannabis. Private health insurers are free under Maryland law to develop policies that will cover medical cannabis.
The patient must submit an application to MMCC in order to register before a practitioner can provide a written certification for the patient. The application process to register with MMCC can.
more than 120 grams — or approximately four ounces, unless a practitioner makes a special determination that a patient needs more. Is there a maximum amount of THC in an extract
Yes, 36 grams of THC.
A practitioner may amend, revoke or deny issuing a written certification on any medical grounds or if the patient no longer meets the practitioner’s inclusion criteria or the patient now meets the practitioner’s exclusion criteria.