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An easier way to get your state medical marijuana card or renewal in Connecticut

Step 1

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment with a state-certified medical marijuana doctor.

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Step 2

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Log into your account from a mobile device or desktop and join your webcam appointment with an MMJ doctor.

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Step 3

Register with the CT DCP

Register with the CT DCP and pay the $100 registration fee. The CT DCP will review the application within 30 days and mail you the hard copy medical card.

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Our team of medical marijuana researchers and medical cannabis doctors have compiled a list of questions and answers. Commonly asked Connecticut medical marijuana card and renewal questions can be found here.

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To qualify, a patient needs to be diagnosed by a Connecticut-licensed physician as having one of the following debilitating medical conditions that is specifically identified in the law. Patients also have to be at least 18 years of age and be a resident of Connecticut. An inmate confined in a correctional institution or facility under the supervision of the Department of Correction will not qualify, regardless of their medical condition.

For Adults, Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:
Cancer (Effective 2012)
Glaucoma (Effective 2012)
Positive Status for Human Immunodeficiency Virus or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (Effective 2012)
Parkinson’s Disease (Effective 2012)
Multiple Sclerosis (Effective 2012)
Damage to the Nervous Tissue of the Spinal Cord with Objective Neurological Indication of Intractable Spasticity (Effective 2012)
Epilepsy (Effective 2012)
Cachexia (Effective 2012)
Wasting Syndrome (Effective 2012)
Crohn’s Disease (Effective 2012)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Effective 2012)
Sickle Cell Disease (Effective 2016)*
Post Laminectomy Syndrome with Chronic Radiculopathy (Effective 2016)*
Severe Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (Effective 2016)*
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Effective 2016)*
Ulcerative Colitis (Effective 2016)*
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Type 1 and Type II (Effective 2016)*
Cerebral Palsy (Effective 2016)
Cystic Fibrosis (Effective 2016)
Irreversible Spinal Cord Injury with Objective Neurological Indication of Intractable Spasticity (Effective 2016)
Terminal Illness Requiring End-Of-Life Care (Effective 2016)
Uncontrolled Intractable Seizure Disorder (Effective 2016)
Spasticity or Neuropathic Pain Associated with Fibromyalgia (Effective 2018)*
Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis (Effective 2018)*
Post Herpetic Neuralgia (Effective 2018)*
Hydrocephalus with Intractable Headache (Effective 2018)*
Intractable Headache Syndromes (Effective 2018)*
Neuropathic Facial Pain (Effective 2018)*
Muscular Dystrophy (Effective 2018)*
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (Effective 2018)*
Chronic Neuropathic Pain Associated with Degenerative Spinal Disorders (Effective 2018)*
Interstitial Cystitis (Effective 2019)*
MALS Syndrome (Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome) (Effective 2019)*
Vulvodynia and Vulvar Burning (Effective 2019)*
Intractable Neuropathic Pain that Is Unresponsive to Standard Medical Treatments (Effective 2019)*
Tourette Syndrome (Effective 2019)*
Chronic Pain of at least 6 months duration associated with a specified underlying chronic condition refractory to other treatment intervention (Effective 2020)*
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Associated with Chronic Pain (Effective 2020)*
For Patients Under 18, Debilitating Medical Conditions Include:
Cerebral Palsy (Effective 2016)
Cystic Fibrosis (Effective 2016)
Irreversible Spinal Cord Injury with Objective Neurological Indication of Intractable Spasticity (Effective 2016)
Severe Epilepsy (Effective 2016)
Terminal Illness Requiring End-Of-Life Care (Effective 2016)
Uncontrolled Intractable Seizure Disorder (Effective 2016)
Muscular Dystrophy (Effective 2018)*
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (Effective 2018)*
Intractable Neuropathic Pain that Is Unresponsive to Standard Medical Treatments (Effective 2019)*
Tourette Syndrome for patients who have failed standard medical treatment (Effective 2019)*
* Conditions were approved by the Regulation Review Committee via the recommendation of the Board of Physicians and Commissioner of Consumer Protection.
Qualifications for a Registration Certificate:
Qualifying patient must be a Connecticut resident.
Qualifying patient cannot be an inmate confined in a correctional institution or facility under the supervision of the Connecticut Department of Corrections.

The first step is to make an appointment with the physician treating you for the debilitating condition for which you seek to use marijuana. You will not be able to register in the system until the Department receives a certification from your physician that you have been diagnosed with a condition that qualifies for the use of medical marijuana and that, in his or her opinion, the potential benefits of the palliative use of marijuana would likely outweigh the health risks of such use. We began accepting physician certifications on October 1, 2012. Once your physician has certified you for the use of marijuana, the Department will seek additional information and documents from you demonstrating, among other things, your identity and residency to determine whether you are qualified under the statute to register with the Department. Once the Department receives the required information, we will make a determination as to whether you are eligible for a registration certificate and, if so, one will be sent to you.

The Commissioner of Consumer Protection has established a Board of Physicians consisting of physicians or surgeons who are board-certified in one of the following specialties: neurology, pain medicine, pain management, medical oncology, psychiatry, infectious disease, family medicine or gynecology. The board will recommend to the Department of Consumer Protection additional medical conditions, medical treatments, or diseases to be added to the list of medical conditions that qualify for the palliative use of marijuana. To be added as a qualifying condition, such recommendations will need to be approved by the Department and implemented by the adoption of a regulation. The Department of Consumer Protection’s regulations on medical marijuana have set out a process by which members of the public can petition the Board of Physicians to recommend additional medical conditions, medical treatment or diseases to the list of conditions that qualify for the palliative use of marijuana.

No. The law explicitly says it does not.


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Connecticut Medical Marijuana Card Legislation

As of July 2021, adults 21 or over and medical marijuana card patients with qualifying medical conditions and a medical marijuana card can legally possess, purchase, and use cannabis.

Back in 2011 Senate Bill 1014 had been signed which decriminalized the possession of up to 0.5 ounces of cannabis. While those who offend this law are not penalized with jail time, they are required to pay increasing fines for repeated offenses.

In 2012 the state created the House Bill 5389, which legalized medical marijuana entirely throughout the state of Connecticut.

During 2021 Gov. Ned Lamont signed the Responsible and Equitable Regulations of Adult-Use Cannabis Act (RERACA), also known as Senate Bill 1201. This is a very encompassing bill comprised of various regulations. This will allow adults 21 or older to possess, purchase and use cannabis legally. The bill also allowed the legal possession of up to 1.5 ounces outside the home and up to 5 ounces in a locked container inside the home, in a vehicle’s glove box or inside the trunk or 7.5 grams and 25 grams of cannabis concentrates and other cannabis-infused products. This bill also allows for the expungement of marijuana possession convictions of less than 4 ounces, or six marijuana plants.

Connecticut Medical Marijuana Card, Cultivation & Possession Laws

Adults 21 or older can legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis, 7.5 grams of cannabis concentrates, or up to 750mg of THC on the individual. This is extended to being legally allowed to have 5 ounces of cannabis, 25 grams of concentrate, or up to 2.5 grams of THC in a locked container in the glove box, trunk of a vehicle, or at home. Connecticut medical marijuana patients and caregivers may possess up to 5 ounces total. State law does not allow exchanges or gifting of medical marijuana between entities, unless between a medical marijuana patient of Connecticut and their primary caregiver. While there are recreational and medical marijuana laws, adults who are not medical marijuana patients of Connecticut can be fined $100 if they are caught with more than 1.5 ounces of flower or 7.5 grams of concentrate with increasing penalties for repeated offenses.

Cultivating medical marijuana at your home in Connecticut is prohibited. Connecticut medical marijuana card patients and caregivers can only obtain medical marijuana from licensed cannabis dispensaries. Although, beginning in October 2022 patients will be able to cultivate up to six marijuana plants from the signing of SB 1201. Additionally, non-patient adults will be able to cultivate up to six plants starting July 2023.

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Do I need a Connecticut medical marijuana card?

Here are a few of the many reasons to become a state registered Connecticut medical marijuana card holder.

Medical Marijuana Card

Sales tax range from 0-5% in most MMJ states

Higher possession limits

Access to more dispensaries

Supervision of a medical doctor

Recreational Marijuana

Sales tax as high as 37%

Restricted possession limits

Access to less dispensaries

No medical supervision