Medical uses of cannabis include both studied and approved uses and off-label uses. In a recent research survey, the most common reasons people use medical marijuana are for
More research has been conducted on the compound CBD. Medical CBD is anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant, neuroprotective, and anxiolytic, antipsychotic, and anti-emetic. The CBD compound in medical marijuana appears to be neuroprotective in Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease, fetal hypoxia, and other neurodegenerative conditions and movement disorders.
Maine has had medical marijuana laws on the books since 1999. That has given the state plenty of time to get it right! As a medical cannabis patient, you have the right to grow up to six flowering plants for personal use.
Although there are only eight medical marijuana dispensaries in Maine, that is set to change soon. Recreational cannabis was approved in 2016 and may become available as early as June 2020, but only medical cannabis cardholders will be allowed to use medical dispensaries.
When recreational marijuana is introduced in Maine, products are likely to carry high taxes. With a Maine medical marijuana card, you will be eligible for any special price reduction programs or tax incentives. You could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Medical marijuana cardholders have access to a bigger selection of products. The most potent marijuana with the highest concentration of THC is usually reserved for patients. Products may be available in more forms, too.
With a Maine medical marijuana card, you can pick your own medical marijuana caregiver. This friend, relative, or other people of your choice can help with your marijuana products. That includes transporting them, helping you use them, helping you cultivate marijuana and more.
Medical marijuana delivery services are popping up all over Maine. Your medical marijuana card qualifies you to receive deliveries from any cannabis business recognized by the state.