Medical marijuana is now being used for a wide variety of conditions in the state of Connecticut. It has been shown to be more beneficial for many conditions compared to standard treatments or medications that may have only had minimal results. House Bill 5389 was signed by Governor Dannel P. Malloy in 2012 to allow patients to use marijuana for medical use with permission from a Connecticut-licensed physician. The maximum that is allowed for qualified Connecticut residents is 2.5 ounces per month.

Conditions in adults that benefit from medical marijuana are:

Conditions in patients under 18 that benefit from medical marijuana are:
Qualified patients can receive doses of medical marijuana from one of the dispensaries in Connecticut. Each dispensary on our website is a legitimate dispensary and has gone through a strict vetting process to qualify. It is only legal to purchase marijuana from a dispensary. All other forms of obtaining marijuana, including growing your own marijuana, is not legal in Connecticut.

Be aware that qualifying conditions in Connecticut may be different from other states that allow the use of medical marijuana. The maximum allowed dosage in Connecticut is up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana a month unless a qualifying physician feels the dosage should be higher.