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North Dakota Medical Cannabis Program Details

North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program: Contact Details

North Dakota Department of Health

Phone: 701-328-2372

Email: * Coming Soon

Website: North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program

North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program: Information

The North Dakota Compassionate Care Act was approved by voters on November 08, 2016, effectively legalizing the use of medical marijuana by qualified patients with a physician’s recommendation.

* Please note: It will take the Department of Health several months to implement the state’s medical marijuana program, however, patients may now begin the process of becoming a North Dakota medical marijuana patient, by establishing a bonafide relationship with a marijuana doctor to allow the patient early access to the medicine, once it becomes available. MarijuanaDoctors.com will continue to keep you updated as to the program’s progress.

North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program: Qualifying Conditions

Patients in North Dakota diagnosed with one or more of the following “debilitating medical conditions”, are afforded legal protection under the North Dakota Compassionate Care Act:

Cancer

HIV/AIDS

Hepatitis C

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also knowns as Lou Gehrig’s disease)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Alzheimer’s disease

Crohn’s disease

Fibromyalgia

spinal stenosis or chronic back pain, including neuropathy or damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity

Glaucoma

epilepsy

or a chronic or debilitating disease, medical condition, or it’s treatment that produces: cachexia / wasting syndrome; severe debilitating pain that is unresponsive to prescribed medications, or for which treatment options produced side effects such as seizures; severe and persistent muscle spasms, including multiple sclerosis. The North Dakota Department of Health may add a condition or treatment to the list of debilitating conditions, if it finds that marijuana is likely to be a beneficial treatment — any citizen may petition the DOH to add ailments/conditions or their treatments, to the list.

Or, a chronic or debilitating medical condition, or it’s treatments that produces on or more of the following symptoms:

Cachexia / wasting syndrome

severe debilitating pain that is unresponsive to prescribed medications, or for which treatment options produced side effects such as seizures

Intractable pain that has not responded to ordinary medical measures

Severe Nausea

Severe or persistent muscle spasms, including multiple sclerosis

The North Dakota Department of Health may add a condition or treatment to the list of debilitating conditions if it finds that marijuana is likely to be a beneficial treatment — also citizens may petition the DOH to add ailments/conditions or their treatments to the list.

North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program: Possession and Cultivation Regulations

The North Dakota Compassionate Care Act allows qualified patients with a certified physician’s recommendation to possess no more than 3 ounces of usable medical marijuana. Patients living more than 40 miles from the nearest medical cannabis compassion clinic/dispensary, may legally cultivate up to 8 cannabis plants.

North Dakota Medical Marijuana Telemedicine Services Online

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