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About Medicinal Cannabis

Medicinal Cannabis or Marijuana has become a very popular treatment modality for numerous chronic conditions and symptoms.  This is in major part due to a synergistic (chemicals that work better together) relationship with two major cabannoids within the plant, TCH (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol). Your natural plant medicine can be titrated by your practitioner and dispensary pharmacist to treat your health condition, diminish and/or possibly alleviate your symptoms and promote healing without the “high” if that is what you choose.  


CT Cannabis/Marijuana Fast Facts:

  • Gov. Dannel Malloy signed Senate Bill 1014 in 2011 to decriminalize the possession of up to 0.5 ounces (14 grams) of cannabis. 

  • CT passed Public Act No. 12-55, An Act Concerning the Palliative Use of Marijuana, in 2012.

  • There are over 30 qualifying medical conditions that have been approved for the DCP CT MMP. 

  • Individuals may not purchase an amount of cannabis that would cause them to exceed possession limits of 2.5 ounces (57 grams) per month. 

  • Patients designate a licensed dispensary when they apply for a medical marijuana card.

  • Recreational use is still illegal in this State.

  • Registered patients in Connecticut may ingest their cannabis medicine only in private spaces, such as your home.  It is against the law to consume medical cannabis on public transportation, in the workplace, on school or university campuses, in public places, or the presence of a minor.  

  • Landlords cannot refuse to rent because of your medical cannabis card.  Employers cannot refuse to hire or be able to fire employees due to medical cannabis use however they can prohibit the use of medical cannabis during regular working hours.

About Medical Cannabis/ Marijuana

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