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Maryland Medical Marijuana Info for Children & Veterans

Maryland medical marijuana for children

A true way to heal for patients of all ages.

Some people are surprised to learn that medical cannabis is an option for children. For kids with epilepsy, cancer and other conditions, anecdotal evidence shows support for its benefits. 

At Verilife, we believe that no one should have to suffer when a medication that can help relieve their symptoms exists—least of all children. That’s why we advocate for access for everyone, including kids, and ensure that we bring the real information about its possibilities to help.

How to Get a Card for a Qualifying Child Living in Maryland

  • Be a parent or legal guardian of the minor patient
  • Be at least 21 years of age at the time of registration
  • Register with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission
  • Purchase an ID card from the Commission for a fee of $50 (Caregiver ID cards are required)

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Info For Maryland Veterans 

The challenges of life after military service can be difficult to navigate, and we're here to help. From the potential to alleviate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to provide an alternative to opioids for chronic pain, medical cannabis holds numerous possibilities to help the many men and women who have served this country.

Veterans can obtain medical marijuana the same way as other patients, through the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC). Veterans need to confirm through the office of Veteran Affairs that they are permitted to use medical marijuana as part of their certified provider recommendation without consequence to their current position or health care system.

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Did you know that most medical marijuana information is state-specific? We have dispensaries in each of the above states, along with state-specific resources for patients. For the best experience, please select a state.