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Frequently Asked Questions


How do I participate as a healthcare provider in Maryland's medical cannabis program?

Licensed medical professionals are eligible to become a registered medical cannabis provider. The first step is to register with the state’s program. For an overview of the registration process, Medicare and Medicaid, as well as state regulations, visit our For Physicians page. Once registered, you will be able to recommend medical cannabis to qualifying patients. Learn more.

 

What steps do I need to take to become a medical cannabis patient?

Maryland has a safe and straightforward process to become a registered medical cannabis patient. Curio Wellness offers a snapshot of how to get started, but please refer to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission’s website for complete details. Get more information.

 

For which disorders and associated symptoms does medical cannabis provide relief?

Unlike any other remedy, this treasure trove of a plant naturally relieves an assortment of ailments—from pain and loss of appetite, to post-traumatic stress disorder and seizures. Cannabinoids & Symptom Relief.

 

What conditions are approved in Maryland for medical cannabis use?

Maryland law allows physicians to recommend cannabis for any condition that is severe, for which other medical treatments have been ineffective, and if the symptoms “reasonably can be expected to be relieved” by the medical use of cannabis. Maryland Approved Conditions.

 

What exactly is medical cannabis?

Read about the science of medical cannabis and its healing affects on the human body here.