How to Legally Obtain a Medical Marijuana Card and Cannabis in Maryland

Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, chronic pain, or more? Have you ever considered using medical cannabis for your daily routine? Research has shown that medical cannabis can help with anxiety, depression, cancer, chronic pain and so much more. 

In order to obtain medical cannabis in the state of Maryland, you must obtain a medical marijuana card. Once you obtain a medical marijuana card in the state of Maryland, then you are able to visit GreenLabs or a different dispensary in the state. 

It's important to note that if you are from a state such as Colorado, California, New York, or a state that's primarily recreational, you are not able to purchase medical cannabis from Maryland dispensaries. You must have a medical marijuana card issued from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to purchase from a dispensary in Maryland.

Becoming a patient in the state of Maryland is easy, however! It can be done with three simple steps. Below are the steps for registering to become a patient in the state of Maryland! If you have any other questions, please give us a call!

 

Step 1: Register
Visit bit.ly/GreenLabsPatient to register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC). Once you have verified your email address with OneStop, fill out the Adult Patient Registration from the link provided.

Please note there is a $50 registration fee. 

Step 2: Provider
After you have received MMCC approval, patients must obtain a valid certification from a provider registered with the MMCC.

Please note this process can take up to 45 days or more. Without a valid certification, you are not able to visit a dispensary in Maryland.

 

Step 3: Approved
After registering and obtaining valid certification, patients are able to visit, and more importantly, purchase from GreenLabs!

Please call GreenLabs at: 410-624-5520 if you need any assistance or have any questions! We hope to see you soon in our dispensary. 


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