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Which US states accept out-of-state medical marijuana authorizations?

July 27, 2015

Which US states accept out-of-state medical marijuana authorizations?

As more and more states legalize medical marijuana, a lot of patients are starting to wonder if their authorizations are valid in any states other than where they were first issued. Fortunately, some medical marijuana-legal states do indeed accept out-of-state authorizations, and they’re listed below. The number of states is small right now, but we’ll continue to update it as more states start to allow out-of-state documentation.*

*Please note: Accepting an out-of-state medical marijuana authorization is entirely up the discretion of a dispensary owner, particularly in stricter states like Michigan and Rhode Island. We recommend calling in advance to ensure that they will allow you to purchase medicine.

(Updated 1/2/2019)


AlaskaHawaiiNew HampshireWashington
ArizonaMaineOklahomaWashington DC
ArkansasMassachusettsOregon
CaliforniaMichiganPennsylvania
ColoradoNevadaRhode Island*

Arizona

Technically, Arizona recognizes out-of-state medical marijuana authorizations but, unfortunately, doesn’t allow out-of-state patients to visit local state-licensed dispensaries. So long as you are a registered medical cannabis patient in your home state, you can still enjoy the beauty of the desert, picturesque sunsets, and one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World—the Grand Canyon—without worrying about having your medicine confiscated.

For more information, please refer to Proposition 203, Chapter 28.1, 36-2801 Sec 17. Visiting Qualifying Patients.

Arizona’s patient possession limits: 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis

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Arkansas

“Visiting qualifying patient” means a patient with a qualifying medical condition who is not a resident of Arkansas or who has been a resident of Arkansas for less than 30 days and who is in actual possession of a registry identification card or its equivalent that is issued under the laws of another state, district, territory, commonwealth, or insular possession of the United States and pertains to a qualifying medical condition under this section.

Arkansas patient possession limits: 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis every 14 days

For more information, please refer to Issue 6 – The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act of 2016 § 2. (18).

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District of Columbia (Washington, DC)

Effective April 13, 2018, DC Health is accepting patients from jurisdictions with a functionally equivalent Medical Marijuana Program.

For the full list of applicable states, please refer to DC Health Medical Marijuana Reciprocity Jurisdictions

District of Columbia patient possession limits: Up to 4 ounces every 30 days

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Hawaii

For a $49.50 application fee, out-of-state patients can apply for registration up to 60 days before visiting. Using an online registration system, qualified patients can quickly obtain an electronic registration card. The state requires applicants to submit an ID and their medical cannabis registration from their home state. This system allows out-of-state patients to register before arriving in Hawaii, so they can purchase from certified dispensaries once they are in the state.

The registration card is valid for 60 days, and patients can apply twice in a calendar year.

Hawaii patient possession limits: Up to 4 ounces (113 grams) of cannabis for each 15-day period

For more information, please visit the Department of Health’s Medical Cannabis Registry.

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New Hampshire

Just a little ways up the road from Rhode Island and a neighbor to Maine, New Hampshire is another New England haven that respects out-of-state medical cannabis recommendations. You are only legally allowed to possess cannabis for medicinal purposes, so no visiting local dispensaries, unfortunately. One of the more mountainous terrains, New Hampshire is home to the tallest peak in the region, Mount Washington, which summits at more than 6,000 feet and is accessible via the Cog Railway, one of the first railways in the world. Sit back, relax, and watch the world expand as you climb higher and higher into the clouds.

New Hampshire’s patient possession limits: Up to 2 ounces of usable cannabis

Please refer to the Therapeutic Cannabis Program Registry Rules, He-C 401.16  Visiting Qualifying Patients.

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Oklahoma

“Out-of-state medical marijuana license” means an unexpired medical cannabis patient license issued by another US state, which is the substantial equivalent of the Oklahoma medical marijuana patient license issued pursuant to OAC 310:681-2-1 and 310:681-2-2.

Oklahoma’s patient possession limits: Up to 3 ounces of usable cannabis (physical possession), up to 1 ounce of cannabis concentrate, up to 72 ounces of edible cannabis, and up to 8 ounces of usable cannabis within a residence.

For more information, please refer to State Question 788.

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Pennsylvania

It’s always sunny in the City of Brotherly Love, but just in case it isn’t, the lawmakers have created a loophole for medical marijuana patients. It is legal for the parent or guardian of a minor under 18 years of age to lawfully obtain medical cannabis from another medical state to be administered to the minor. However, this part of the law will be repealed within 730 days (2 years) and only applies to underage patients.

Pennsylvania’s patient possession limits:  Patients may possess pills, oils, topical creams, and tinctures. May not exceed 30 day supply of individual dose. During the last seven days of any 30-day period during the term of the identification card, a patient may obtain and possess a 30-day supply for the subsequent 30-day period.

For more information, please refer to the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program FAQ.

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Rhode Island

Rhode Island, also known as the Ocean State, is home to some of the prettiest darn beaches you’ve ever seen. With 400 miles of coastline, nearly a quarter of the state is on the waterfront and contains 20 percent of America’s landmarks. Stop off in Providence and you’re set for a primo beachside escapade. Take the ferry to Block Island and enjoy the beauty of a pristine beach vista with the feel of a quiet, small town – you’ll never want to leave! If you have an out-of-state cannabis authorization, be sure to check-off the following boxes before you attempt to purchase cannabis in Rhode Island:

  • Bring two forms of government ID.
  • You must be in a state database that tracks sales (WA, OR, CA, NV, AK, HI, MT, CO, NM, ND, AR, IL, MI, OH, PA, NY, MD, DE, RI, MA, & DC).
  • You’ll be limited to 2.5 ounces or an equivalent concentrate form every 15 days.

Rhode Island’s patient possession limits: 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis.

For more information, please refer to The Edward O. Hawkins and Thomas C. Slater Medical Marijuana Act § 21-28.6-4 (n).

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Legal adult-use states

Alaska

Legal cannabis for adults age 21+ is just another perk the beautiful state of Alaska has to offer. Medical patient or not, you can pick up and enjoy cannabis so long as you stay within the state’s legal possession limits.

Alaska’s possession limits: Up to 1 ounce of usable cannabis. Additionally, you may cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants, with a maximum of 3 mature or flowering.

For more information, please refer to the Alaska Regulation of Marijuana Sec. 17.38.020. (1-2)

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California

Ahhh the Golden Coast. California offers sunshine, beaches, redwood forests, good vibes and plenty of top-notch cannabis. Known as a cannabis mecca for the Emerald Triangle in NoCal, cannabis in California was previously restricted to in-state medical marijuana patients only. However, with the passage of Proposition 64, cannabis will now be freely available to anyone over the age of 21 with a valid, government-issued identification.

California’s possession limits: 28.5 grams (or about one ounce) of cannabis flower, and 5 grams of cannabis concentrate for adults 21 years of age and older with a valid government-issued identification. Additionally, you can grow up to 6 plants (local ordinances allowing).

For more information, please refer to the California Cannabis Regulations and Legislation

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Colorado

Who could forget Colorado? The first state in the Union to legalize cannabis, the first to the finish line of cannabis prohibition and pioneers in the emerging legal marijuana market, Colorado set the tone for what to expect when purchasing cannabis for adult use. Whether you’re skiing or snowboarding, hiking or camping, or just enjoying the gorgeous Rocky Mountain views, Colorado remains the number one spot for cannabis tourists for a reason.

Colorado’s possession limits: Up to one ounce for non-resident adults with a valid, government-issued identification; adults may purchase no more than 1/4 ounce at a time.

For more information, please refer to the Colorado Laws About Marijuana Use.

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Maine

Even if you’re not looking to star in a Stephen King novel, Maine is a gorgeous place with friendly, down-to-earth, accommodating locals. Whether you’re touring the famous lighthouse-abundant coastlines, watching whales leap from the Atlantic, or feasting on fresh lobster, Maine won’t let you down. Maine legalized cannabis in 2016, so whether or not you’ve got a patient registry card for your state, it is legal to possess and use cannabis, and retail sales are coming soon.

Maine’s possession limits: 2 1/2 ounces for both visiting patients with a valid registry identification, as well as for adults with a valid government-issued identification.

For more information, please refer to the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program, CMR, Chapter 122, 2.1.3 Protected conduct by a visiting qualifying patient.

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Massachusetts

Whether you’re looking for some colonial history or just hoping to catch a Red Sox game, the Bay State has an incredibly rich historical district, culture for days, and a wealth of *ahem* colorful characters that might teach you a few new colloquialisms (read: cuss words). Massachusetts legalized medical cannabis in 2013, and with the new legalization, will soon allow any adults 21 years of age and older to visit in-state cannabis stores and purchase up to an ounce of cannabis.

Massachusetts’ possession limits: 1 ounce of cannabis flower and 5 grams of cannabis concentrate in public for adults with a valid government-issued identification.

For more information, please refer to the Massachusetts Laws on Marijuana Possession

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Michigan

The Great Lake State contains more than 11,000 lakes and borders four of the Great Lakes. It’s also known for some of the best craft beers in the continental United States, so if you’re a beer and cannabis enthusiast, Michigan could provide you with the best of both worlds. Note: Grow your own cannabis—Prop 1 allows one year for development of the adult-use market (est. 2019-2020).

Michigan’s patient possession limits: 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis.

For more information, please refer to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act 333.26424, Sec. 4(h).

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Nevada

Nevada’s legalization means that your medical marijuana card is no longer necessary in Nevada to visit a dispensary, but your out-of-state medical marijuana card will only be valid through March 2018. There are even rumors that Nevada may begin licensing bars and restaurants to allow public cannabis consumption, as as bid to increase cannabis tourism. Can you imagine walking down the Las Vegas strip with a joint in hand?

Nevada patient possession limits: Up to 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis in any one 14-day period

For more information, please refer to Nevada Legal Use Possession & Consumption.

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Oregon

Oregon, home of “Keep Portland Weird,” the still-breathing dream of the 90s, and a plethora of lovely shoreline, not only is Oregon a Pacific Wonderland, it also has some of the cheapest price per grams on cannabis of anywhere in the US. With food trucks a-plenty, funky vintage shopping, and awe-inspiring landscapes, what’s not to love?

Oregon’s possession limits: One ounce of cannabis flower, 16 ounces of solid infused edibles, 72 ounces of infused liquid, 5 grams of cannabis concentrates, 4 immature cannabis plants, and 10 cannabis seeds for any adult over the age of 21 with a valid identification.

For more information, please refer to Oregon Recreational Marijuana FAQ:Consumers

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Washington

Washington, guardian of the Northern Pacific, is a beauty for those who love the outdoors. Whether you’re looking for mountains, deserts, rainforests, or beaches, you can find it all. Looking for a more urban vibe? Check out the sweetest central spot, Seattle, where cannabis and music both flow freely. The second state to open doors for legal purchases, Washington has had plenty of time to get their ducks in a row and the cannabis is tip-top.

Washington’s possession limits: One ounce of cannabis flower, 16 ounces of solid infused edibles, 72 ounces of infused liquid, and 7 ounces of cannabis concentrates for any adult over the age of 21 with a valid identification.

For more information, please refer to Know The Law – I-502.

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  • Sharon Tate

    I just called a dispensary in Maine and one in Rhode Island. Both said that out of state cards do not work.

    • Steve Wescott

      Thats funny, I emailed one in Maine, and they told me to come right in.. Before that, I contacted one in Rhode Island, and they said they don’t do it..

    • Trisha Idleno Morey

      They don’t know what they are talking about. Go to the Canuvo dispensary in Biddeford’s website. It says right on the website how to buy if you are from another state with a visiting card.

  • Aron T

    My experience was in Nevada and only select dispensaries will accept out of state cards so it is imperative that you call multiple dispensaries to verify before you drop by.

  • BiggidyBinger

    California isn’t listed, but one dispensary here in SF said they’d take my Connecticut card, a second said no…

    • edlentz

      We used a Michigan card in LA. One shop said no and another didn’t.

    • Les Mason

      There is no law in CA that says “yes” or “no” on this subject so most say no. I’m visiting as an out of stater tying to find some help!

    • Tristan Schurz

      What dispensary is that? I have a card out of AZ but can’t seem to get any medicine here in San Francisco

  • crazymumik

    My Ca id was accepted in Nevada without any problems in 6 clubs.
    I bough it online at mmjherb.com

  • Rosie Quartz

    Does anyone know a good dispensary in Detroit that might allow me to use my Illinois medical cannabis card? Thanks in advance 🙂

    • Justin Canary

      You’d have to go to Ann Arbor.

  • Sheila E L Eiland

    Hi my name is Kinsheila Eiland i have depression will I be able to get a card for depression

  • FluffyMommy

    SO is there any way to get a temp card out of state?

  • FluffyMommy

    Anyone know if Florida would accept a California card? Seems all the dispensaries there are actual doctors offices?

    • Jordan Horvath

      Im noticing the same thing but I believe they are real dispensaries, I have my card for Illinois and flying down to Florida in a month and i need to know the same thing!

      • Canna Cowboys

        I don’t think so as of yet. The medical program here in Florida is pretty much a joke at the current stage its in. You shouldn’t have any problems finding your medicine though as it seems like everyone here is a medical patient. I hope that helps.

      • James A. Summers

        Jordan, What happened when you went to Florida?

        • Jordan Horvath

          I personally avoided any confrontations and had concentrate shipped to my destination. 20 mins after i got to the house a truck showed up haha I bought a pen while i was down there to utilize. I went In the ocean with my first pen and ended up finding a vaporizer shop to get a new battery and speaking to a man about Floridians View and he says that locals aren’t really happy About it, thus why you can’t even get flower in that state. But my advice is to avoid the possibility of bringing it on a plane. Pay the extra shipping, plan out your arrival, and be medicated. I know a thing or two about mail, have no worries this is the most logical [safest] way. I was pissed i had to still technically be a little crooked because that’s why i have my cannabis card in the first place but I as an american, wanted the freedom to go to Florida and have my medication with me. So i did. Good luck.

    • Doc is separate and I do not believe the dispensaries accept at this time. Some of the names of the doctor’s group office like Doc MMJ or similar make it sound like the dispensary is in the doctors office. It’s not.

      Florida is an a-hole about MMJ; Im legal but trying to buy is confusing. We are also an OIL ONLY STATE.

  • Ryan D

    Hello. Does anyone know if the out of state rules apply to medical patients from another Country? I am a Canadian medical cannabis patient who is planning on travelling to the US in a few months. Would I be able to use my medical card from Canada, where it is legal federally, in a state that allows out of state cards? Also, and more specifically, would I likely be ok in California? I understand they don’t allow out of state cards technically, but I’ve also heard that a lot of dispensaries allow it, or have someone onsite who can help? Thanks.

    • Steven Benn

      I am not sure about out of country but I live in a neighboring state AZ and CA would not accept my card. The person at the dispensary I spoke to said, ” You can possess marijuana in CA with an out of state card but he is forbidden to sell it to me, by CA law”. Soon though that will no longer be an issue because recreational use has been passed in CA and if you are 21 or older you will be able to purchase it at any dispensary. “Proposition 64 established January 1, 2018 as the deadline for getting the whole thing up and running. “

      • max’s pad

        Right now is a bad period to leave your wonderful country to take a chance in the growing fascism in the US.

  • Lori Rutledge

    I will be visiting Az with my Mich card. I am seeing that they don’t, but is that correct? I a really worried

  • cyberbully

    Arizona: the info on here is not entirely accurate. I was pulled over in AZ for speeding. I was carrying a California mmj reccomedation, I had about 1 gram ( or less!) of bud and a small pipe.. all was confiscated. I was very respectful and provided the officer the items when asked if I had any drugs or guns … he gave me not ticket and told me to watch the mail as it was up to the district attorney to charge me. So I guess the reciprocity isn’t really a thing, it’s made up and doesn’t exist like Santa Claus

  • AH

    You forgot Arkansas. Dispensaries will be opening up
    By Jan 2018. And we will take all medical cessation
    From out of state. If they can prove that you have one of the 18 qualifying conditions that make all Arkansas patients be able to get a card. Possession is 2.5 oz every 14 days or 5 oz a month . We will have concentrates , oils, toncures, creams, balms, lotions, ediables, drinks, bud. Flower, we will be able to smoke
    Or vape it as well. Please
    Mention Ar as a state that allows other card from
    Other states
    StS

    • Ben Bitten

      dope poem bro

    • Effie Hartley

      Please someone tell me which state closest to Virginia can i receive medical marijuana from without being a resident.

      • James

        Oregon was the only state to allow non residents but they changed the law in March of 2016. No state allows non residents to get a card that I know of. Either going to have to wait or move. Good news is the new Governor wants to decriminalize marijuana which may mean legalizing it. And wants to allow medical marijuana as well.

        • Jonny Warbucks

          Florida allow out of state medicinal

          • Charles Beals

            is this a question or a fact? I am just curious as we are about to fly from pa to orlando

          • Jonny Warbucks

            fact. i have a fla medical card and i fly back and forth from Fla and VA

          • Charles Beals

            is this a fact or a question?? I am curious because we are flying from pa to orlando in a few weeks and im curious how i will get my meds? Am i allowed to fly state to state with my own from the pa dispenseries?

      • Sin_sug

        Nevada will let anybody with the $$. Recreational and medical legal here. All you need is an ID. The only difference is the taxes paid on the product. Medical MJ users pay way less tax on it. The recreational is 20+% tax.

      • Jonny Warbucks

        DC

      • ron

        go to dc and make a donation to a place called legends you can find them at wheres weed i live in md and got my card and go to store now good luck be safe remember no fed property cant cross state lines everything is a donation there

      • Silver Tharp

        michigan

    • Volley Bagwell

      About to go into 2019 and still waiting on the dispensaries to open up in Arkansas.

  • eric delaney

    THEY WANNA LEGALIZE EVERYTHING FROM KILLING WHITE PEOPLE TO MOLESTING 5 YEAR OLD TRANNY’S BUT NOOOO WE CANT LET YOU GET UR NATURAL MEDS WITHOUT JUMPING THROUGH A MILLION HOOPS WITH A HUGE FED CLOUD HAGING OVER EVERYTING ….. JEEEZZZZZZZ…..

  • KR

    New Hampshire does NOT accept out-of-state cards. I’m from Arizona and I just learned this fact the hard way while visiting NH.

    Please update this article / your facts, Leafly.

    • BDH

      I live on MA and go to NH a lot. You are only protected if you have one of their qualifying conditions. Most are terminal. You can not use your card at dispenceries or caregivers. Your out of state card will only protect against possession charges. Most officers don’t even know about that rule. You would have to point it out. Or state your case in court. They have shitty laws in NH. Live free or die. Yeah right.

  • Denrock86

    I live in Texas. Can I get an out of state card?

    • BDH

      Not yet but California is working on a bill that will allow anyone from anywhere to get a California medical card. That means if it passes. You would be able to get a card from CA and use it in any state that takes out of state cards.

  • ryan

    Can I use my new Mexico medical card in Georgia or alabama?

    • nixnoutz

      Yes. Lisa skipped New Mexico.
      She skimmed over Pa. (yuk).

  • Steven Agresta

    i live in tennessee can i go to arkansas or illinois to be a patient?

  • Dadzcad

    I’ve got homes in MI and IL. Michigan will accept IL cards but Illinois won’t accept MI cards……pain in the ass!

    • LordStark

      Dadzcad I’m going to Illinois this weekend. I have my MI card, do you know what might happen if I got pulled over in IL and found my medicine? Ticket, arrest, nothing? Thanks in advance

      • Dadzcad

        Probably nothing since the state is also MML. I’ve never had a problem in Illinois as long as you don’t have the pot in the cabin of the car. MI requires you transport in a lockable box/case in the trunk and I do the same in IL. Of course, any cop having a “bad day” will find a way to give someone else one.

  • Elizabeth Rathbun

    Does NY honor MA card being they border each other?

  • James

    Forgot Ga, granted were an oil only state but we allow out of state cards, your allowed only what our state allows.

  • annapurna108

    Oregon Limits are listed under Washington as well as Oregon. Please fix!

  • Sherry Allen

    Why is Delaware never mentioned?

  • Tom Evans

    This article could have been so much shorter if it didn’t describe the idyllic mountain ranges and sandy beaches in each state. Is this an article about Marijuana laws or a travel brochure? For people like me that have adhd, this makes your articles a serious pain in the rear. Please stick to the relevant facts only please.

    • Hope

      My thoughts exactly! There is more useful information in this comments section compared to the entire article.

    • Spudder1976

      Thats funny. I have severe ADHD and this article was a pleasure to read. I understand the frustration of reading with ADHD but geez its a nice informative article

  • Patty Williams

    Where can you buy a high grade CBD Oil. We have tried a small tiny container from the Herb Store, but it did nothing. pcwilliams54@aol.com. Live in Virginia

    • ron

      dc remember no fed property cant cross state lines and md you can get card here and go to store Bethesda would be the closest rise is the name of the dispensary

    • commonsensebeliever

      CBD oil comes from Hemp, not MJ,,,you can order it online even from out of state, as long s it is legal in your state(CBD oil is legal in almost all states). Be sure they say their products are third party tested and they are made in the USA, for safety standards.

  • Melissa Brown

    I’m traveling to Florida and have a MMJ license from Colorado. Anyone know how FL handles this? I’m assuming not at all, but thought I’d ask just in case something’s changed.

    • Brandi Roberts

      FL does not accept out of state cards.

  • Please update!

  • matt

    im a ny cardholder, had to have maine hhs send a form to my doctor to fill out and give me a copy to bring to maine dispesarys, no problem and much better than ny, you just have to call them, or have your doctor call them, get there #to give to him, its worth it

  • JJeanneLara

    There has got to be a better system for this information. This is a “must have” for many of us who have to travel. Belive me without MM I would be housebound if not bed bound. I would have missed my father’s last few moments and his funeral. Florida to Montana whether driving or flying is grueling! Even if you’re not suffering with extreme pain! We all need to know in one place what, when, and where we can/can’t go and do. Is there such a site or page already?

  • Ivy Lou Hibbitt

    Hawaii passed HB2729 and will now allow visitors that already have a medical marijuana card from their home state to be certified for a Hawaii Medical Marijuana card. Note that your qualifying condition in your home state must be one of the qualifying conditions for Hawaii patients (e.g. chronic pain). Visitors will be limited to half the amount that locals can purchase and the card is only valid for three months but can be extended. There are currently three dispensaries open on Oahu and two on Maui.

  • Marvin Ortiz

    Needs upgrading. For an out of state, medical marijuana card carrying patient traveling from the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, where will I be able to enjoy visiting and purchasing from a dispensary in the States? It seems the article could do with some clearing up and providing direct information by state rather than posting links to the long logs of local state laws. From a tourism perspective, it seems a hassle to go through before making the decision to travel to a state or territory with reciprocity or the possibility of open purchase due to recreational laws. Obviously we’d prefer the lesser prices of medical dispensaries.

  • jack thomas

    I just feel better with cannabis in my system! I highly (pun intended) recommend it to anyone experiencing these symptoms.Anxiety and chronic pain inbox Dr Peter Hurt

    • commonsensebeliever

      I struggle with severe chronic pain and muscles spasms from multiple injuries and disorders and just ordering my first bottle of THC-CBD balance blend…your testimony gives me hope!

  • cynthia bike

    “Sleeping great and having very few anxiety episodes. Muscle cramps are gone.”A coconut oil infused with Full Extract Cannabis Oil, high in THC, random strains of Cannabis flowers and various edibles.”got me back on my felt Thanks Dr Peter Hurt for the great work, he provided me with all these treatments .

  • Shannon Wilson

    Oklahoma just passed it’s about time not sure how long until it’s started though

  • Shannon Wilson

    CBD oil did not help my pain or anxiety at all wish it did

    • commonsensebeliever

      CBD oil didn’t help my severe chronic pain or aid my sleep either, so I had to spend the money to get a MMJ card. I just got my patient number by e-mail, so I can go buy a blended oil that has some THC in it. I have had such bad pain for so long I have ulcers, GERD and chronic kidney disease from taking Ibuprofen 800mg. daily for over 25 years…I cannot take any NSAIDS any more.
      Unless I take an anti inflammatory, like Ibuprofen or Naproxen with it, narcotics just don’t help and I tried everything including .Fentanyl.

  • Bill Ofrights

    Got my medical card in michigan right after legalization lol. mostly because they finally opened up some pretty legit dispensaries. 25 bucks a gram for distillate carts woohoo.

  • Mr Business

    Oklahoma doesn’t seem to be accepting out-of-state cards. They have a program getting $100/mo out of visiting patients wanting a temporary card. http://omma.ok.gov/temporary-adult-patient-application-information1

  • KEK

    How is Illinois not listed?

  • NOD

    If you have an Arizona MM card, can you posses a gram of hash oil in Utah? I will be flying from Phoenix to Salt Lake City and want to bring a gram cartridge with me for the week.

  • Leafwell Aguadilla

    Even though it’s not a state, Puerto Rico also has reciprocity.