Online Medical Marijuana Card and Renewal FAQ
Is marijuana legal in Alaska?
Medical marijuana in Alaska is legal with a proof of residency and a medical marijuana doctor’s recommendation to medicate with medical marijuana. Recreational marijuana in Alaska is legal with many restrictions. Consumers must do proper research and due diligence when it comes time to consuming, obtaining, and purchasing recreational marijuana in Alaska.
Can I get an Alaska medical marijuana card online?
At this time, MMJ.com does not service patients in Alaska. In the event Alaska allows patients to receive their medical marijuana card recommendations and renewals online, MMJ.com will service patients living in Alaska.
Is medical marijuana legal in Alaska?
Yes. Alaska legalized the usage of medical marijuana. Alaska made recreational marijuana legal with the passage of Measure 2 in 2014, Alaska became the third state to legalize recreational marijuana. Medical cannabis use was legalized in 1998 after voters approved the Alaska Medical Marijuana Initiative, or better known as, Measure 8.
Do I need a medical marijuana card in Alaska?
Yes. To consume and purchase medical marijuana in Alaska, patients must visit with a medical marijuana doctor licensed in the state of Alaska. Medical cannabis patients must be evaluated and have one or more of the qualifying medical conditions to receive a medical cannabis doctor’s recommendation.
What are the qualifying medical conditions to get an Alaska medical marijuana card?
Cachexia, or wasting syndrome, Cancer, Chronic or severe pain, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Multiple sclerosis, Persistent muscle spasms, Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy, Severe nausea.