Below is a list of the conditions that qualify for obtaining a medical marijuana card in Illinois. Because “severe pain,” nausea, and “muscle spasms” are qualifying symptoms, any condition that causes them can be used as a qualifying condition. Start My Severe Pain Request Start My Muscle Spasm Request The law does not provide provisions specifying unqualified conditions. Once you submit your application, you will receive a provisional registration letter to print and use to purchase medical cannabis at a state-licensed dispensary.
Below, you can view the list of approved medical conditions provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health to find out if you qualify for an Illinois medical card. Greenway Network LLC is an online resource designed to help patients understand the process of obtaining a medical marijuana card and, when possible, schedule consultations with independent medical professionals. The first step in the Illinois Medical Cannabis Patient Program is to obtain an online certification of your qualified condition from your healthcare professional. The State of Illinois has provided a list of medical conditions that they believe qualify for the use of medical marijuana.
Any medical professional in Illinois can certify that a patient has a medical condition that qualifies from the list of approved conditions. Illinois Department of Public Health Medical Cannabis Division 535 West Jefferson Street Springfield, Illinois 62761-0001.You should also have medical records for the past year that indicate you have this condition (doctor's note is OK, but actual medical history is best).