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How do I get Legal in Maryland?

We will guide you on exactly what you need to do to become a legal patient in Maryland. Call we offer free phone consultation 410.941.8010 or email us at 410medicine@gmail.com

How do I set up an appointment with a registered Medical Marijuana Provider in Maryland?

We possess an extensive, working knowledge of medical cannabis benefits.You will need a Photo ID and medical records that say something about the condition for which you are trying to enter the program.Any condition that is severe, for which other medical treatments have been ineffective, could qualify for medical cannabis. PTSD, Depression, Cancer, Autism, Headaches, Back Pain/Chronic Pain, Chronic Anxiety, Glaucoma, Seizures, Severe Nausea, Muscle Spasms, Anorexia, Cachexia, and Wasting Syndrome are just a few of the qualifying conditions symptoms.

How do I register as a patient or caregiver?

The Maryland Medical Marijuana Online Registry is now open and you can register here. Come into our office today in Salisbury, Maryland for any help with this process. Veterans can obtain medical marijuana in the same way as any other patient. A registered Maryland medical provider will examine you, review medical records, assess your medical history, maintain your patient records and provide follow-up care as needed. In Maryland, a Medical Marijuana patient can only obtain legal medical cannabis from Maryland licensed dispensaries. There will be a total of 94 dispensaries. There will be 2 dispensaries in each of the 47 legislative districts.You are not required to carry a patient ID card, but they are available as an option. A patient ID card will be available for a fee of $50.00 to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission.

How much medical cannabis can a qualifying patient possess at one time?

A patient may possess up to 120 grams (approximately four ounces) of marijuana in a 30-day period. A patient may only have up to 36 grams of marijuana extract per 30-day supply. Only flower and extracts (oils, tinctures, topicals, etc.) will be allowed initially. The Maryland Cannabis Commission hopes to introduce edibles as the program develops.

Can I grow my own medical marijuana or can my caregiver grow it?

NO! The Maryland Medical Cannabis Laws do not allow for caregivers or patients to cultivate medical marijuana. Only a state licensed cultivation facility can grow medical marijuana.

What happens if I am stopped by law enforcement?

We are not qualified to give legal advice. Always seek a Lawyer's opinion. Generally as a legal marijuana patient, you are protected. Patients do not have to disclose that they possess medical cannabis and do not have to consent to a search. However, if a search is conducted and medical cannabis is found, the patient should present their patient ID card or direct law enforcement to the Maryland Cannabis Commission database to show that they are a legal patient.

Will Maryland dispensaries recognize other state medical cannabis ID cards?

NO. You must be certified in Maryland by a Maryland approved medical provider to legally purchase medical marijuana in the state.

Our Values

  • Care, Respect and Privacy – We provide high‐quality patient care in a compassionate way, respecting the dignity, privacy and worth of each person.
  • Learning – We provide educational opportunities to assist our patients in improving their health. We provide practical experience for current and future healthcare professionals.
  • Advocacy – We advocate for greater access to healthcare for the underserved, and improved community‐wide health outcomes.

Our Clinician

Brandon A. Burr, PMHNP, FNP-C, PH.D-c is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). His medical nursing graduate degree is from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia in 2016. Brandon then completed a postgraduate medical nursing degree which specialized in psychiatric medication management and behavioral therapy (PMHNP) at Washburn University, Topeka, Kanas in 2018. Brandon is a Doctorate (Ph.D.) candidate in Clinical Psychology at the International Institute Of Clinical Sexology in Miami Shores, FL. He is grateful to have served as a U. S. Army Combat Medic post 9/11, where he provided medical support in combat zones. Additionally, Brandon has extensive psychiatric and emergency medical experience. Brandon has a special interest in serving veterans and members of the community, he is excited to provide professional and personalized healthcare services to his patients. Brandon enjoys competitive swimming, spending time with his young boys and volunteering in service work at local community centers.

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Combating the National Addiction Crisis


Americans died from drug
overdose in 2016.


Percent higher rate for
verterans drug deaths.


Drug & Alcohol related
deaths in Maryland in 2016.


Deaths from Heroine abuse
related deaths in Maryland.

The Problem

Every year it gets worse. The drug-induced death rate in the state of Maryland exceeds the national average, ranking at #7 in the country. Heroin is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in Maryland. Meanwhile the cost of overdose prevention medications and treatment are skyrocketing. The future may look grim, but there is a growing solution.

The Solution

States with medical cannabis laws on average reduced opioid overdose deaths by 24.8 percent. And each year after the medical cannabis law was passed, the rate of opioid overdose deaths continued to decrease, according to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Cannabis can treat the symptoms of opioid withdrawal—nausea, vomiting, spasms, cramping, insomnia. Cannabis users experience decreased opioid withdrawal severity. Cannabis can replace and reduce the use of opioids and other substances. Many patients use cannabis as a substitute for prescription drugs, illicit drugs, or alcohol. Cannabis therapy is safer than the other harm reduction options.

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