Nevada Medical Cannabis Program Details For Patients
Nevada Medical Marijuana Program: Contact Details
Nevada State Health Division
4150 Technology Way, Suite 106
Carson City, NV, 89706
Website: Nevada Medical Marijuana Program
Note from State, on sources for medical marijuana
On the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program website, is a list of 15 open dispensaries currently serving the patients of the state — home cultivation is ONLY permitted in specific circumstances.
“The Nevada MM Program is not a resource for the growing process and does not have information to give to patients. It is recommended that you talk to an attorney to learn about your rights and protections,” Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry – FAQs [Accessed January 19, 2016]
The Nevada Patient Registry fee is $25 for new applications, and $75 for the patient ID card. The Nevada Marijuana Registry is mandatory, and as of April 01, 2014, does accept other state’s registry cards, with an affidavit.
Nevada Medical Marijuana Program: Information
Ballot Question 9, approved in November 2000 — effective October 2001 — removing state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana, by qualifying patients who have a “written certification” from their physician, stating that he or she may benefit from he medical use of marijuana.
Assembly Bill 453, in October 2001, established a state registry for patients — the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles will issue the Nevada medical marijuana identification cards.
Senate Bill 374, signed in June 2013, provided for the registration of medical marijuana establishments, authorized to cultivate or dispense marijuana, or manufacture edible marijuana products or marijuana-infused products, for sale to patients authorized to to legally access, possess and use marijuana for medical use.
Qualifying Medical Conditions in Nevada
Patients in Nevada diagnosed with one of the following severe, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions, are afforded legal protection under the Nevada Medical Marijuana law:
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Any medical condition or treatment to a medical condition that produces:
Persistent muscle spasms or seizures
Severe nausea or chronic pain
Nevada Medical Marijuana Program: Possession and Cultivation Regulations
Nevada law states that, patients or their appointed caregiver, may legally possess no more than two and a half (2.5) ounces of usable medical marijuana in a 14-day period, in addition to no more than 12 plants.
Nevada Medical Marijuana Telemedicine Services Online
Qualified medical marijuana patients may now choose to see a marijuana doctor online, in Nevada, using medical marijuana telemedicine services for the purposes of obtaining a Nevada medical marijuana evaluation, instead of doing so in-person:
see a marijuana doctor online and on-demand, via the telemedicine portal now