Information You Need to Know Regarding Medical Marijuana
Is medical marijuana legal in Denver, Colorado?
Yes! Medical marijuana is legal in Denver, Colorado for patients with a qualifying medical condition. If you receive a doctor’s recommendation and it is approved by the state, you will be legal to possess up to two ounces of usable medicine, and up to six plants (three in vegetative state and three flowering).
How do I get a doctor recommendation in Denver, Colorado?
You must have a qualifying medical condition to receive a medicinal marijuana card. You will need to collect your medical records which must be approved by doctor. Then you will need to meet with medical marijuana physician who can write your recommendation. Once it’s signed and notarized, it gets sent to the state of Colorado with $90 yearly fee. And you are done!
Which medical conditions qualify in Denver, Colorado?
Qualifying medical conditions include any chronic pain, chronic nausea, cancer, reflux disease, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, cachexia, seizure disorders/epilepsy, spastic disorders/multiple sclerosis, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, crohn’s disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gastroesophageal Reflux disease, migraines, Hepatitis – C, degenerative disc disease and arthritis.
How do I get medical marijuana license in Denver, Colorado?
How do I get medical marijuana in Denver, Colorado?
Once you’ve received your doctor’s recommendation, you may start purchasing your medicinal marijuana products immediately at the Green Cross of Cherry Creek.
If you have any questions call 303-321-420-1 or email us.
- Amendment 20
- Medical Marijuana Statistics
- Rules & Regulations for Medical Use of Marijuana / PDF (effective August 30, 2009)
- Board of Health Rules / PDF
- Report of Lost or Stolen Medical Marijuana Registration Card / PDF
- Renewal Applications and Instructions for patients over age 18 / PDF
- Renewal Applications and Instructions for patients under age 18 / PDF