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FAQs

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Q: How do I register as a medical marihuana patient with the state?

Q: Do any age limits apply?

Q: What is the fee to apply for participation in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Programm (MMMP)?

Q: Why do I need to have a physician sign and date a "Physician Cerfification" form? Why can’t I just provide my medical records?

Q: Can I have someone else sign and date my application (a "proxy") if I am physically unable to do so?

Q: What happens to my application once I mail it? What if I don’t send in all the required parts of my application?

Q: Do I need to keep a copy of my application and any other information I send to the MMMP?

Q: Is my confidentiality protected?

Q: Do I get a prescription from my doctor?

Q: Can doctors get in trouble for discussing medical marihuana?

Q: I am too ill to grow my own medical marihuana. What can I do?

Q: How are the laws and rules of the MMMA enforced?

Q: Will paraphernalia associated with my medical use be protected?

Q: Can the police search me just for having a patient registry card?

Q: Will my medical insurance cover medical marihuana?

Q: Can I use medical marihuana at work?

Q: If I live in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or a retirement home, can I consume medical marihuana?

Q: Do I have to tell my landlord that I am a patient in the MMMP? Can my landlord evict me if I am a patient in the MMMP and have my grow site in my rental housing? Can I live in subsidized housing and be a patient in the MMMP?

Q: What should I tell my employer if I am subjected to a drug test?

Q: Can I use marihuana while on parole/probation if I have an MMMP card?

Q: I am a valid medical marihuana patient under another state’s law. Am I protected?

Q: How do I become a caregiver?

Q: What if my registry ID card was lost or stolen?

Qualified Illnesses but not limited to!
Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)
Symptoms vary however, watch for unusual loss in memory or moodswings. Also simple things such as talking on the phone may become difficult.
Crohn's Disease
Abdominal pain, loss of appetite, weight loss, fever, cramping and diarrhea. Pain arises at or below the navel, often in lower portion of abdomen.
Nail Patella
Abnormalities of bone, joints, fingernails and kidneys due to poor development.
Severe & Chronic Pain
Uncomfortable pain that persists for days, weeks, months or even years. Results from damage to the peripheral nerves or the central nervous system.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS)
A progressively fatal neurodegenerative diesese that is caused by the degeneration of nerve cells in the central nervous system that control ones muscle movement.
Glaucoma
High eye pressure that can damage the optic nerve. When the optic nerve is damage one has Glaucoma.
Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
Disease featuring hyponatremia (low blood sodium levels) and dehydration in response to disease processes in or surrounding the brain.
Seizures
Violent jerking, followed by loss of consciousness and body stiffening, followed by a deep sleep. There are also many different types of seizures.
Cancer
A list of diseses that form a group of cells that display an uncontrolable growth. There are many different types of cancer.
HIV/AIDS
Unleashes a persons ability to fight infections and cancer. Can occur with unprotected sex or with needle sharing.
Severe Nausea
High ammounts of uncontrolable dizziness which may later lead to involuntary vomiting. Headaches and deep sleep may occur as well.
Muscle Spasms
Involuntary contraction of a muscle. They occur suddenly usually resolve quickly and often painful.