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Benefits of Having a Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada

Easy Accessibility

With a Nevada medical marijuana card, patients can access high quality and potent MMJ products from any local, licensed dispensaries.

Legal Protection

The medical card provides patients with the legal right to purchase, possess, consume and cultivate particular amounts as recommended.

Possession & Cultivation

Cardholders can possess 2.5 oz of marijuana and even grow their own cannabis if they are unable to get the doses from dispensaries.

Economical

Medical marijuana users do not have to pay the 10% sales tax at the time of purchase. However, taxes still apply on recreational doses.

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What Conditions Qualify for Medical Marijuana (MMJ) in Nevada?

The list states all the state approved medical conditions to get for Medical Marijuana in Nevada.

  • Anorexia
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • AIDS / HIV
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Chronic pain
  • Glaucoma
  • Muscle spasms or seizures
  • Neuropathic conditions (whether or not the condition causes seizures)
  • Opioid dependency
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Severe nausea or pain
  • Other conditions are subject to approval
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$20 Medical Card: Wallet-Sized Wellness

Make purchase, possession, and traveling with medical marijuana easier with a pocket-friendly medical card. An additional fee of $20 can bring you the ease of carrying a plastic identification card that is the size of your credit card, anywhere you go. The $20 medical card can be used in Nevada for all MMJ purposes. This means that you no longer have to carry a printed copy of your recommendation letter while making a purchase from a local dispensary.

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FAQs About Nevada Medical Marijuana Card

In Nevada, a medical marijuana card can last for up to a year or two years. The patient can choose to register for either of the two. Once the card loses its validity, the patient must re-register with the state to continue using marijuana for their symptoms.

The $20 medical card is a plastic identification card, a more convenient version of your recommendation letter. You can carry this MMJ card to buy marijuana products from local dispensaries.

You can request for a $20 medical card online to avail a pocket sized card that you can use to purchase, carry and travel with medical marijuana in Nevada.

Each state has their own set of approved medical conditions. In the state of Nevada, the following medical conditions qualify for an NV medical marijuana card:

  • Cancer
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Cachexia
  • Chronic Pain
  • Glaucoma
  • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Nausea
  • Seizures

Other conditions are subject to approval. We recommend connecting with a doctor to learn if you’re eligible for a Nevada medical marijuana card.

You need digital copies of the following documents when applying for a recommendation:

  • Government issued photo ID (Such as driver’s license or identification card)
  • Recent photograph
  • Proof of Residence and Citizenship

You can also keep a copy of the diagnosis of your condition, which will make it easier for our doctors to qualify you for MMJ use.

NV medical marijuana card holder or caregiver may own upto 2.5 oz of marijuana, including seeds, dried leaves, buds and any product that is readily available to be smoked.

Yes, you can grow your own marijuana if,

  • There is no dispensary within 25 miles
  • The NV medical marijuana cardholder is unable to commute to the dispensary due to a reasonable cause
  • The local dispensary is unable to provide the required marijuana strain

As per the listed conditions, users can possess up to 12 marijuana plants (mature or immature) as long as the cultivation is not done in clear view of the public.

Yes, there can be multiple instances under which your application for a medical marijuana card Nevada can be denied.

  • You’ve provided false or incomplete information on your application.
  • Your condition is not approved by the state or is not critical enough to require marijuana support.
  • You’re a minor and do not have an adult caregiver.
  • You or your caregiver have been convicted with illegal consumption or selling of drugs.

Yes, out-of-state patients can buy up to 2.5 oz of usable cannabis or an equal amount of edibles and concentrates every 14 days with an out-of-state MMJ Card.