No. The state does not allow patients or caregivers to cultivate medical marijuana. Only a state-licensed cultivation facility can grow medical marijuana.
Any condition can qualify if a doctor determines that medical marijuana could be beneficial. If you’re unsure about your diagnosis or medical documentation, give us a call at 240-356-1000 and we will be happy to assist.
The Alabama medical marijuana registry is not yet open, but will be sometime in 2022 according to the state. The registration fee will be $50 at the most. We will be happy to assist our patients with the registration process when the time comes.
We will continue to update our information as more details develop, but the best way to stay informed is by joining our Alabama Medical Marijuana Card waitlist.
How much medical marijuana can a qualifying patient possess at one time?
Most forms of medical marijuana, including raw cannabis flower, will be available once dispensaries open.
Schedule by filling out the form above or call/text us at 240-356-1000 to set up your consultation over the phone. We offer same-day appointments, so you can be seen by our doctor within 15 minutes of scheduling!
If you have one of the state-approved qualifying medical conditions, then you will most likely qualify. We recommend obtaining proof of your medical diagnosis in the meantime to help increase your chance of being approved once the program is up and running.
How do I set up an appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor in Alabama?
Legal patients will be able to purchase medical marijuana products from any licensed dispensary in the state. They will also be able to use their card in states that offer reciprocity.
There are not currently any states that offer reciprocity for Alabama medical marijuana patients, but this may change once the program is fully up and running.
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Alabama Prescription Marijuana Information Center
This means a person with a valid marijuana card or prescription from another state cannot use that as a defense to a possession of marijuana charge in Alabama. Alabama will not recognize or give credit to a marijuana card or prescription from another state.