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"When I needed my medical marijuana certification, I turned to the Sanctuary. They made the entire process so easy and I was able to submit my registration to the DOH with no problem and, most importantly, no judgment. Thank you!"

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    The Sanctuary Wellness Institute Reviewed by Jennifer E. - Medical Marijuana Card Evaluation review
    February 12 2020


    "...I will definitely recommend  the doctor and Sanctuary Wellness to others"


    "Dr. Raymond was kind and well informed and I felt like he was really advocating for me. I will definitely recommend him and Sanctuary Wellness to others.* "

    Rating: 5

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Medical Marijuana Laws in Massachusetts

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If you have a valid Massachusetts medical marijuana card, it is legal to possess and consume medical marijuana. Patients with a medical marijuana card in Massachusetts are allowed to possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana flower and 5 grams of concentrate. Patients can also grow up to 12 plants at a time.

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission oversees medical marijuana distribution to Massachusetts residents.

Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Program


If you live in Massachusetts and want to apply for a medical marijuana card, you should go to the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijuana Program's website to learn more about the application process. There is a medical cannabis card application form that you can fill out and submit there.

As part of the registration process, you will need to provide proof of residency. Proof of residency can be provided in the form of a driver's license, state ID card, or passport. A photo ID will be required as well.

You can appoint a personal caregiver to apply for a card on your behalf if you're a minor (under 18 years old) or otherwise unable to do so yourself.

You will be able to purchase and use marijuana for medical purposes if you are approved for a medical marijuana card. You can have up to 10 ounces of marijuana and grow up to 12 marijuana plants in Massachusetts. Most importantly, new patients are given access to state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries where they can make their first legal cannabis purchases.

About Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts

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Medical marijuana is available in Massachusetts for a variety of medical conditions. It's crucial to talk to your doctor about your symptoms because some chronic ones that don't respond to medical treatment may qualify you for Massachusetts's medical marijuana program.


Qualifying Conditions

Some such conditions include:

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Chronic pain and fibromyalgia
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Crohn’s Disease and Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Cachexia and wasting syndrome
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Anxiety
  • Glaucoma
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Alzheimers
  • Autism
  • Tourette’s Syndrome



How to Find a Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Doctor


If you live in Massachusetts and want to get a medical marijuana card, you'll need to find a healthcare professional who can certify your eligibility for it. The Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Doctor & Patient Registry is the most convenient way to find a doctor. This website allows you to look for doctors by specialty or location.

You'll need to make an appointment once you've found a doctor. The doctor will evaluate your medical condition and determine whether you are eligible for a medical marijuana card during your appointment. The doctor will give you a certification form if you are approved. To apply for an MMJ card, you'll need that form.

Frequently Asked Questions


What information and forms are required to pay for a medical marijuana card?

You must provide the following information to obtain a medical marijuana card in Massachusetts: your name, date of birth, address, and phone number. A driver's license, U.S. passport, utility bill, or state ID will also be required as proof of Massachusetts residency. Not only that, but you'll be asked to upload a passport-style photo to confirm your identity when you apply online.

There is no a fee for the state application.

What are some of the qualifying conditions?

To be eligible for a medical card in Massachusetts, you must suffer from at least one of the state's qualifying conditions. Cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, Crohn's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, or any other serious condition deemed treatable with medical marijuana by a licensed physician can make you eligible for Massachusetts medical marijuana.

Which medical physicians can certify me for medical marijuana?

You must see a licensed physician who has been certified by the Department of Public Health to administer medical marijuana certifications in order to be certified for medical marijuana in Massachusetts. They will be able to assess your situation and determine whether you qualify for an MMJ card. They may have a waiting list or a referral system, so make sure to contact them ahead of time.

How long is my card valid?

A Massachusetts medical marijuana card remains valid for one year from the date of its issuance.

Can I apply if I live in another state?

You cannot apply for a medical marijuana card in Massachusetts if you live in another state. You must be a resident of Massachusetts to be eligible for a medical marijuana card.

Where are dispensaries near me?

For the convenience of qualifying patients, a number of dispensaries are located throughout Massachusetts. Northampton, Boston, and Salem are among the most popular destinations. Check out the map on the state's official website if you're looking for a dispensary near you.

Where can I use medical marijuana in Massachusetts?

Massachusetts medical marijuana patients can legally consume medical cannabis products in any way (including smoking, vaping, and eating it) at dispensaries and at home, but not in public places or on federal land.