Get Your Medical Cannabis Card Today

Medical cannabis has become a source of relief for over 165,000 patients across Maryland with a variety of chronic and debilitating conditions. Its therapeutic applications are versatile, and there are many methods of consumption; ranging from topicals, tinctures, and chews to freshly harvested flower and other inhalants. We invite you to learn more about whether medical cannabis is right for you. Start by consulting your licensed and registered healthcare provider.

RegisterWITH THE MMCC

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RegisterWITH THE MMCC

Start by registering as a patient or caregiver on the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission website.

Get the information you need to register here.

Ready to register?

Visit your licensed provider

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Visit your licensed provider

Once you’ve registered, visit a doctor you have an ongoing relationship with to obtain a written certification. Only licensed medical practitioners registered with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission can issue written certifications to patients.

Research the right treatment options

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Research the right treatment options

Educate yourself on the products available in Maryland. Look for medical cannabis grown and processed in hygienic facilities. Understand the difference between Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid plant classifications, and the concentrations of cannabinoids: THC vs. CBD vs. CBG vs. CBN, to name a few.

For a cannabis curriculum refresher, click here.

Purchase products from licensed dispensaries

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Purchase products from licensed dispensaries

After you’ve registered with the state, received certification from your doctor, and familiarized yourself with Maryland’s cannabis products, you’ll be ready to visit your local licensed dispensary. Choose a dispensary with a specialized and compassionate staff—good listeners who will work with you and connect you with the right treatment. Remember that because insurance is currently not accepted, medical cannabis is an out-of-pocket expense.

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Will I Need a Patient ID Card?


Effective April 1, 2019, all registered Maryland patients must present an MMCC-issued patient ID card in order to purchase medical cannabis. All previously issued patient and caregiver registration cards that include a photograph of the patient or caregiver will remain valid until the listed expiration date.

All new patients must pay $25 at registration to receive a card. Patients renew every six years and Caregivers renew every two years.

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How do I become a caregiver?


Caregivers may be appointed by registered patients with a provider recommendation. If you’re selected by a patient, you must complete the state’s application on the MMCC website. Each caregiver may provide care for up to five qualifying patients.

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What are the conditions medical cannabis is approved for in Maryland?


Maryland law allows licensed and registered medical practitioners to recommend cannabis for any condition that is considered “severe,” for which other medical treatments have been proven ineffective, and whose symptoms “reasonably can be expected to be relieved” by the medical use of cannabis.

Physicians may recommend cannabis for patients with a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that causes:

  • Severe loss of appetite
  • Cachexia (wasting syndrome)
  • Severe, debilitating, or chronic pain
  • Severe nausea
  • Seizures
  • Severe and persistent muscle spasms
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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DEDICATED TO PATIENTS AND ROOTED IN SCIENCE

Curio Wellness™ premium medical cannabis products are produced in Baltimore County in a hygienic, state-of-the-art facility. We’re committed to our patients, and strive to deliver this natural remedy in a variety of safe and reliable forms.

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