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What are the qualifying conditions for Medical marijuana in Ohio?
July 27, 2022

Category: Medical Marijuana in Ohio

The use of medicinal marijuana to treat and ease the symptoms of a number of diseases and symptoms has been authorized by the Ohio Medical Board.

There are now 25 conditions that can be treated with medical marijuana, but more might be added later. In Ohio, there is a petitioning process each year where individuals can ask for the inclusion of new qualifying conditions for a medical card. If your disease isn’t listed but you think you should be eligible for a medical marijuana card, you can make a request to the Ohio Medical Board.

In the summer of 2016, House Bill 523 was approved by Ohio’s state legislators. With the passing of this legislation, medical marijuana became legal throughout the state of Ohio, and the guidelines for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program were formed. You can get accepted at any of our Ohio medical marijuana clinic locations throughout Ohio. Here at TruReleaf MD, we also provide telemedicine for medical marijuana evaluations, allowing you to simply receive approval from the convenience of your home.

Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana in Ohio

Below is a current list of the conditions that qualify for medical cannabis in the state of Ohio:

  1. AIDS.
  2. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
  3. Alzheimer’s disease.
  4. Arthritis
  5. Cachexia.
  6. Cancer.
  7. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
  8. Crohn’s disease.
  9. Epilepsy or another seizure disorder.
  10. Fibromyalgia.
  11. Glaucoma.
  12. Hepatitis C.
  13. Huntington’s disease.
  14. Inflammatory bowel disease.
  15. Multiple sclerosis.
  16. Pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable.
  17. Parkinson’s disease.
  18. Positive status for HIV.
  19. Post-traumatic stress disorder.
  20. Sickle cell anemia.
  21. Spasticity.
  22. Spinal cord disease or injury.
  23. Terminal illness.
  24. Tourette’s syndrome.
  25. Traumatic brain injury
  26. Ulcerative colitis

What Other Qualifications are there for Medical Cannabis in Ohio?

In addition to being diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition, patients wishing to receive an Ohio medical marijuana card will need to meet several other criteria, including:

  1. 18+ years of age
    1. If under 18 years of age, must have a caregiver assigned who is 21+ years of age
  2. Ohio Resident
  3. Receive a recommendation from certified Ohio Medical Marijuana Doctor.

Medical Marijuana Doctor Near Me in Ohio

Contact one of our licensed Ohio medical marijuana doctors right now if you or a loved one suffers from a condition that qualifies for medical cannabis in Ohio. Our medical staff is available. If approved for medicinal cannabis, you might be able to go to the dispensary the same day as your appointment!