Obtaining a medical marijuana license in Colorado is not black and white, but we will try to help simplify the process and answer any questions you may have.
We have all of the forms and information you need on our website (Facts & Forms) or we can provide them to you if you stop into our clinic.
Qualifying conditions for medical marijuana referrals include, but are not limited to: arthritis, chronic pain, chronic nausea, cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, cachexia (wasting/weight loss/muscle atrophy/significant loss of appetite), seizure disorders/epilepsy, spastic disorders/multiple sclerosis, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and Crohn’s disease.
Once a Colorado medical marijuana referral has been given, the patient is able to purchase medicine at any medical marijuana clinic.
There are many excellent resources for learning about medical marijuana legalities and ailments recommended for cannabis:
A thorough synopsis of medical marijuana
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Here is a site that goes over a multitude of common ailments that benefit from the use of medicinal marijuana.
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