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Benefits Of Owning A Medical Marijuana Card

These benefits also apply in States where recreational marijuana is legalized or decriminalized.

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See Who Qualifies For Medical Marijuana In Each State

Find a list below of qualifying conditions in different US States. If you are unsure if you qualify, please consult with one of our Doctors.

Debilitating epilepsy

Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple sclerosis
Nausea
Seizures

Alzheimer’s disease
ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV or AIDS
Nausea
Persistent muscle spasms
PTSD
Seizures

ALS
Alzheimer’s disease
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic or debilitating disease
Crohn’s disease
Fibromyalgia
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS
Intractable pain
Multiple sclerosis
Peripheral neuropathy
PTSD
Seizures
Severe arthritis
Severe nausea
Severe and persistent muscle spasms
Tourette’s syndrome
Ulcerative colitis
Any medical condition or its treatment approved by the Department of Health

Anorexia
Arthritis
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic Pain
HIV or AIDS
Glaucoma
Migraine
Persistent Muscle Spasms
Severe Nausea
Seizures
Any debilitating illness where the medical use of marijuana has been “deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician.”

Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Chronic nervous system disorders
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Nausea
Persistent Muscle Spasms
Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
Seizures

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Cachexia
Cancer
Cerebral Palsy
Complex regional pain syndrome
Crohn’s disease
Cystic Fibrosis
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Intractable spasticity
Irreversible Spinal Cord Injury with Objective Neurological Indication of Intractable Spasticity
Multiple Sclerosis
Parkinson’s Disease
Post-surgical back pain with a condition called chronic radiculopathy
Postlaminectomy syndrome
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Severe psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
Sickle cell disease
Terminal Illness Requiring End-Of-Life Care
Ulcerative colitis
Uncontrolled Intractable Seizure Disorder
Other medical conditions may be approved by the Department of Consumer Protection.

Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
HIV/AIDS
Intractable epilepsy*
Nausea
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Seizures
Severe and persistent muscle spasms

ALS
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Chronic nonmalignant pain*
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS
Multiple sclerosis
Muscle spasms
Parkinson’s disease
PTSD
Seizures
Terminal illness (patients diagnosed with no more than 12-months to live)
Other debilitating medical conditions comparable to those enumerated

AIDS
Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Autism
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Hospice care patients
Mitochondrial disease
Multiple sclerosis
Parkinson’s disease
Severe or end-stage Peripheral neuropathy
Seizure disorder
Sickle cell disease
Tourette’s syndrome

Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Lupus
Multiple sclerosis
Nausea
Persistent muscle spasms
Post-traumatic stress
Rheumatoid arthritis
Seizures

Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Arnold Chiari malformation
Cachexia/wasting syndrome
Cancer
Causalgia
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
Complex regional pain syndrome type 2
Crohn’s Disease
Dystonia
Fibromyalgia
Fibrous dysplasia
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS
Hydrocephalus
Hydromyelia
Interstitial Cystitis
Lupus
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscular Dystrophy
Myasthenia Gravis
Myoclonus
Nail-patella syndrome
Neurofibromatosis
Parkinson’s disease
Post-traumatic stress
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Sjogren’s syndrome
Spinal cord disease
Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA)
Syringomyelia
Tarlov cysts
Tourette’s syndrome
Traumatic brain injury and post-concussion syndrome

Severe epilepsy resistant to other treatments
Dravet syndrome
Lennox-Gastaut syndrome

AIDS/HIV
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer
Cancer-related chronic pain, nausea, or cachexia
Crohn’s disease
Multiple sclerosis
Parkinson’s disease
Intractable epilepsy
Terminal illness
Untreatable pain

Intractable epilepsy

Cachexia
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
HIV/AIDS
Muscular dystrophy,
Multiple sclerosis
Seizure disorders/spasticity

Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV or AIDS
Huntington’s disease
Inflammatory bowel disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Nausea
Nail-patella syndrome
Parkinson’s disease
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Cachexia
Anorexia
Chronic Pain
Nausea
Seizures
Severe or persistent muscle spasms

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Hepatitis C
Multiple Sclerosis
Parkinson’s disease
Other conditions as determined in writing by a qualifying patient’s physician.

Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Hepatitis C
Nail-patella
Nausea
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Seizures
Severe and persistent muscle spasms

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Cancer/cachexia
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS
Intractable pain
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Seizures
Severe and persistent muscle spasms
Terminal illness
Tourette’s Syndrome

Intractable epilepsy

Intractable epilepsy

Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS
Nausea
Seizures
Severe or persistent muscle spasms

AIDS
Cachexia
Cancer
Glaucoma
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Persistent muscle spasms or seizures
Severe nausea or pain
Other conditions are subject to approval

ALS
Alzheimer’s disease
Cachexia
Cancer
Chemotherapy-induced anorexia
Chronic Pain (effective August 16, 2017)
Chronic pancreatitis
Crohn’s disease
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (effective August 27, 2017)
Elevated intraocular pressure
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C (currently receiving antiviral treatment)
HIV/AIDS
Lupus
Moderate to severe vomiting
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscular Dystrophy
Nausea
Parkinson’s disease
Persistent muscle spasms
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (effective August 27, 2017)
Seizures
Severe pain (that has not responded to previously prescribed medication)
Spinal cord injury or disease
Traumatic brain injury
Wasting syndrome

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer (includes associated chronic pain and/or severe nausea)
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS (includes associated chronic pain and/or severe nausea)
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscular Dystrophy
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Seizure and/or spasticity disorders
Any terminal illness if a doctor has determined the patient will die within a year

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Anorexia/cachexia
Arthritis
Cancer
Cervical dystonia
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS
Hospice patients
Huntington’s disease
Intractable nausea/vomiting
Multiple sclerosis
Painful peripheral neuropathy
Parkinson’s disease
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Spinal cord damage

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer
Chronic pain
Epilepsy
HIV/AIDS
Huntington’s Disease
Inflammatory bowel disease
Parkinson’s Disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Neuropathies
Spinal cord damage

[Since March 31st, 2021]: Any condition certified by the Practitioner qualifies.


The State of New York has legalized Marijuana for recreational purposes since March 31st, 2021 🎉 Congratulations! Patients are still able to get their Medical Marijuana Recommendation (Card) from licensed physicians. The State’s certification fee is now $0 and supply limits are extended from 30 to 60 days.

Intractable epilepsy

Agitation from Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Cachexia or Wasting syndrome
Cancer
Chronic or debilitating disease
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
Fibromyalgia
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS
Intractable nausea
Multiple sclerosis
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Seizures
Severe and persistent muscle spasms
Severe debilitating pain
Spinal stenosis

Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
Alzheimer’s disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Cancer
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy or other seizure disorders
Fibromyalgia
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
Inflammatory bowel disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Pain that is either of the following nature: (i) Chronic and severe; or (ii) Intractable
Parkinson’s disease
Positive status for HIV
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Sickle cell anemia
Spinal cord disease or injury
Tourette’s syndrome
Traumatic brain injury
Ulcerative colitis

Pediatric epilepsy

Alzheimer’s disease
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Nausea
Persistent muscle spasms
Post-traumatic stress
Seizures
Other conditions are subject to approval.

ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Autism
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
HIV/AIDS
Huntington’s disease
Inflammatory bowel disease
Intractable seizures
Intractable spasticity
Multiple Sclerosis
Neuropathies
Parkinson’s disease
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Sickle cell anemia
Severe chronic or intractable pain
Terminal illness, defined as 12 months or fewer to live

Alzheimer’s Disease
Cachexia
Cancer
Chronic pain
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS
Nausea
Persistent muscle spasms
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Seizures
Other conditions are subject to approval

Dravet Syndrome
Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome
Refractory epilepsy

Intractable seizures

Intractable epilepsy

Intractable epilepsy

Any patient receiving hospice care
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
HIV or AIDS
Multiple Sclerosis
Parkinson’s disease
PTSD
Seizures
Severe or chronic pain
Severe nausea

Intractable epilepsy

Cachexia
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
Glaucoma
Hepatitis C
HIV or AIDS
Intractable pain
Persistent muscle spasms, and/or spasticity
Nausea
PTSD
Seizures
Traumatic brain injury
Any terminal or debilitating condition

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Cancer
Crohn’s disease
HIV/AIDS
Epilepsy
Huntington’s disease
Intractable seizures
Multiple sclerosis
Neuropathies (chronic nerve pain)
Parkinson’s disease
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Severe chronic or intractable pain
Spinal cord damage
Sickle cell anemia
Terminal illness

Any medical condition for which a patient receives the proper doctor recommendations

Intractable epilepsy

Any condition that a doctor deems debilitating and for which the doctor gives proper recommendations

Why Use MedCards?

Getting your medical marijuana card doesn’t have to be difficult. Patients are looking for specialized Doctors to open up about Medical Marijuana use and its potential for treatment. Unfortunately, it has not become easier for patients to find compassionate and cost-effective Doctors in their local communities, without downloading apps or running into price traps.

Monthly subscription-based certification services or “on-demand” certifications are known to gouge prices while not prioritizing patient care. In addition, many patients are unaware that the Doctor visit (to get your Medical Marijuana Card) can be covered by your insurance, like any other Doctor visit! It just depends if the Doctor accepts your insurance or not.

With all that in mind – why don’t we make it easier for patients to find the best Doctor(s)?

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