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All applications can be found on the NMDOH cannabis program website. Peace Medical Marijuana also has them onsite.
- Chronic Pain
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
- Cervical Dystonia
- Crohn’s disease
- Hepatitis C
- Hospice patients
- Huntington’s disease
- Intractable nausea/vomiting
- Multiple sclerosis
- Painful peripheral neuropathy
- Parkinson’s disease
- Spinal cord damage
- Ulcerative Colitis
Yes. Individuals can request a new condition to be added by petitioning the Medical Advisory Board to add the new condition. The board then makes a recommendation to the secretary of health. The Secretary will then determine if the condition has sufficient scientific evidence presented that the condition could be helped by medical cannabis.
Certification means the medical provider is assisting and referring a patient to the Medical Cannabis Program in the event:
- A patient has an eligible condition
- The condition is chronic and debilitating
- Standard treatments have field
- The benefits of the medical cannabis usage outweigh detriments. Referrals or recommendation by medical providers mean the same as a certification.
No. A medical provider must certify a patient for the cannabis program.
Using the patient application form, a Doctor must certify that the patient has an eligible condition.
For some eligible conditions there are additional requirements:
PTSD: A psychiatrist’s, psychiatric nurse practitioner, or prescribing psychologist diagnosis must be included.
Glaucoma: Needs an Ophthalmologist diagnosis
Sever Chronic Pain: provide ( MRI, X-Rays) requires two certification from a primary care and a pain management specialist.
Inflammatory Autoimmune-Mediated Arthritis: certification and diagnosis must come from board certified rheumatology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Painful Peripheral Neuropathy- medical records with proof of diagnosis (EMG) or other evidence provided by your certifying provider.
Hepatitis C with Anti-Viral Treatment-proof of patient currently receiving a course of anti-viral treatment.
- New Mexico State ID or Driver’s license
- Release of information
- Medical records when required in application
Yes, as long as a parent or guardian enrolls as there caregiver.
They must be mailed to the NMDOH.
The state has 30 days to review your application. If approved the state will mail you your card. If incomplete or denied the state will write you a letter describing available options.
After 30 days you may write the state a letter checking the status.
If your information is incorrect contact the NMDOH immediately. Loss stolen or change of address please fill out form send in old card copy of id and a 50 dollar money order.
If your card expires, your enrollment to the program will lapse, and there is no legal protection offered by the Lynn and Erin Compassionate use act. Yes you may still submit your forms and they will be processed as received.
Yes everything is protected by HIPAA. Information will only be shared with state and local law enforcement if needed.
No. it an illegal to possess or use cannabis in a public vehicle, on school grounds, in workplace of patient or caregiver, or any other public place. NOT ALLOWED ON FEDERAL GROUNDS!
Yes you may apply for a PPL you may have 12 seeding and 4 mature plants. You may only produce in your own home. No more than one location. You pay a 30 dollar fee if you make over 1800 m/o to grown your own.
Patients can only produce for themselves.
No, if you have any other questions about the Lynn and Erin compassionate use act please contact a private attorney.
Provide them with your card.
No you cannot cross federal or state lines. Some state will recognize the card and grant you medicine there such as Arizona, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire No other state will recognize the card.