Becoming a medical marijuana patient in Michigan isn’t excessively difficult. However, the process is stringent, which is why it’s best for prospective patients always educate themselves on how the process works and who exactly qualifies before attempting to proceed.
Proposal 1 of the “Michigan Marihuana Act” strictly removes all “state level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana by patients possessing the medical recommendation from their physician, stating that he or she may benefit from the medical use of marijuana.” More specifically, this refers exclusively to patients who suffer from devastatingly incapacitating or life threatening conditions, such as:
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Hepatitis C
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Crohn’s Disease
- Nail Patella
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis/Arthritis
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Cerebral Palsy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Inflammatory Bowl Disease
- Chromic Pain
- Any other disease, condition, or treatment that can cause cachexia/wasting syndrome, severe/chronic pain, extreme nausea, seizures/epilepsy, intense muscle spasms, or any of the other symptoms and/or conditions listed above.
Begin The Process
If you suffer from one of the aforementioned conditions, and you are a resident of Michigan with a valid driver’s license, photo ID, or other proof of residency, your first step toward obtaining your medical marijuana card needs to be collecting all the different documents and medical records you have through your official primary care doctor verifying and describing your diagnosis. Once that’s done, you will need to schedule an evaluation with a certified medical marijuana physician. You will want to make sure you bring all relevant documents and records to this appointment as they will be crucial in obtaining the “written certification” you need detailing the reasons you are an ideal candidate for medical marijuana treatment. As soon as that, the hard part, is all over, all you’ll have to do then is register online with the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program and wait for your card to arrive. The application fee will cost $40, with an additional $25 for caregivers you can assign to pick up orders on your behalf. Can’t wait?
In accordance with the delivery healthcare safely during COVID-19, during this time, you may use telemedicine to obtain your card.
If you do not already have a recommendation from a physician, you can make a phone appointment with a registered doctor such as Dr. Hussein Saad of American Medical Consultants in Dearborn, Michigan. You can request to get your medical marijuana card today over the phone by simply reaching out to Dr. Saad at (313)465-9952. This new card will only cost $100 ($60 for the Doctor and $40 for the state), and includes a temporary digital copy that is emailed to you for immediate use in as little as 15 minutes! Simply bring your receipt down to our brand new medical marijuana dispensary on the east side at 2625 Kercheval Ave, Detroit, MI 48215, and we’ll get you taken care of. We’ll even give you $50 in store credit to use toward anything you like, plus an additional 25% off your first order just for being our loyal customer!
Trust The Woods
If you are looking for the best medical marijuana dispensaries Detroit MI, call The Woods at 313.499.1178, shop inside our store, order pickup in store, order curbside pickup or take advantage of delivery! Delivery available within a 10 mile radius, $50 order minimum for delivery, free delivery on orders over $100. We are located at 12625 Kercheval Ave Detroit, MI 48215 and dedicated to providing the best cannabis products in Michigan! We carry flower, cartridges, edibles, extras, prerolls, topicals, merch, and tincture medical marijuana products.