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Patients

Eligible Qualifying Conditions

Ohio House Bill 523 legalized medical marijuana in 2016 for the following 22 conditions: 

AIDS,

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,

Alzheimer’s disease,

Cancer,

Cachexia,

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy,

Crohn’s disease,

Epilepsy or another seizure disorder, Fibromyalgia,

Glaucoma,

Hepatitis C,

Inflammatory bowel disease,

Multiple Sclerosis,

Pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable,

Parkinson’s disease,

Positive status for HIV,

Post-traumatic stress disorder,

Sickle cell anemia,

Spinal cord disease or injury,

Tourette’s syndrome,

Traumatic brain injury, and

Ulcerative colitis

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Doctors

Find a Doctor

Over 500 Ohio Doctors are certified to recommend the use of medical marijuana to patients. Check out The Ohio State Medical Board's list of Doctors Certified to Recommend at the link below

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MMCP

Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program

Ohio's MMJ program is overseen by a collaboration of the Department of Commerce (Cultivators, Processors, and Testing Labs) and the Board of Pharmacy (Dispensaries). Learn more about the program through the regulatory agency's website

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