Ohio medical marijuana is available, but less than 50% of Ohio’s registered MMJ patients have even purchased medical cannabis. So why aren’t Ohioans buying medical marijuana? We take a look at what’s happening, and whether we can expect this problem to improve.
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The Missouri medical marijuana program is about to get underway! The state will open its medical cannabis registry July 4, 2019. Patients, however, can apply early for their Missouri medical marijuana cards beginning on Friday, June 28, 2019. Learn more about what you will need in order to submit your medical marijuana application.
Did you know… in some states, out-of-state medical marijuana cards are accepted? This means that a Missouri medical marijuana patient, a Maryland MMJ patient, or an even a visiting Ohio marijuana cardholder, would be able to buy cannabis in Oklahoma. As medical cannabis legalization ramps up in the Show-Me State, we take a look at buying cannabis in neighboring states.
The Ohio State Medical Board has decided to table a vote on adding autism spectrum disorder and anxiety as new qualifying conditions allowed in the state’s medical marijuana program. Our Green Health Docs Advocacy Team explores why the Ohio State Medical Board made this admittedly frustrating decision.
Endocannabinoid deficiency is a relatively new theory quickly developing within the cannabis and medical community. It’s possible an endocannabinoid deficiency might offer an explanation for why some people are just “better” after using cannabis. We break down what research has been conducted, and whether endocannabinoid deficiency is really a thing. Spoilers…it is!
Missouri medical marijuana certification has begun. This means that the Missouri medical marijuana program is about to get underway! The state will open its medical cannabis registry July 4, 2019. Patients, however, can begin receiving their medical marijuana certifications from licensed medical marijuana physicians 30 days prior, beginning June 4, 2019.
A powerful storm system recently plowed through Jefferson City in Missouri. While this storm won’t slow the progress of medical marijuana in the Show-Me State, our team wanted to offer our support in providing Jefferson City tornado relief. We also outline where and how you can contribute to this cause.
Growing Missouri medical marijuana is getting closer to a reality now! The official rules for Missouri’s medical marijuana program have finally been set by The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Our team at Green Health Docs will explore what happens next. We’ll also dive into how soon patients will be able to grow Missouri medical marijuana.