Find the Best Cannabis Doctors in Minnesota
Minnesota Medical Marijuana Doctor’s – Find doctor clinics in Minnesota that recommend THC & CBD products for medical use throughout the state that are open and actively seeing patients for specific qualified medical conditions. A medical marijuana card will be issued by the state following the doctor’s approval. Marijuana cards in Minnesota will provide patients access to medical cannabis products from Leafline Labs or Minnesota Medical Solutions that include THC & CBD Oils for vaporizing, capsules, oral syringes, vaporizer cartridges, cannabis tinctures, balms. Vape pens can be purchased as well. Find participating MN marijuana doctors near you on our maps that certify qualified patient’s, then the patient must register with the state.
View the Minnesota Marijuana Doctor Directory by city to find open dispensaries near you or check on the map below.
Bloomington * Brooklyn Park * Coon Rapids * Duluth * Eagan * Maple Grove * Minneapolis * Plymouth * Rochester * St. Cloud * St. Paul * Woodbury
What are the qualifying debilitating conditions for MN medical marijuana?
Cancer * Glaucoma * HIV/AIDS * Tourette syndrome * Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS) * Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy * Severe and persistent muscle spasm * Multiple sclerosis(MS) * Inflammatory Bowel Disease * Crohn’s disease * Terminal illness * Intractable pain * Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)
Conditionally effective – patients can enroll July 1, 2018 and pick up medication August 1, 2018:
Autism * Obstructive Sleep Apnea
MN Veterans For Marijuana
Veterans in Minnesota have expressed strong support for medical marijuana as a proven treatment for medical conditions they face. The most common being Pain Management and PTSD, which is a spectrum anxiety disorder that cannabis treats without the commonly prescribed anti-anxiety prescription medications like Xanax, Klonopin & Valium. One Combat Wounded Veteran stated, “Smoking marijuana took me off the razors edge; I was finally able to slow down my brain and concentrate on what was at hand.” Currently, Minnesota veterans have to go out of the network to a civilian doctor for an MMJ recommendation as the Veterans Administration is still conducting studies.