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Speak to a Certified Nevada Physician
1 or 2 Year Doctor’s Recommendation Letter
No Appointment Necessary
Register online with the Nevada Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry. i
See a doctor and provide them with the Attending Healthcare Provider Statement paper.
Get approved and receive certification. Certification is filled out and a digital copy is sent to the patient.
Complete the application and upload the correct documentation online.
Once submitted, you will receive a temporary card that can be used at a dispensary for up to 60 days. i
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Common conditions cannabis recommended for include
- Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome;
- Persistent muscle spasms, including those caused by multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Seizures, including those caused by Epilepsy
- Severe Nausea or Pain
- Any other chronic or debilitating medical condition as classified by the Division, or upon the acceptance of a petition to add a condition to Nevada’s recognized list of conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Nevada state application fee = $50 for one year or $100 for 2 years
Renewal fee = price announced soon at Leafwell.co
In Nevada, the following conditions may qualify you for a medical marijuana certificate and card:
- AIDS or a medical condition related to the human immunodeficiency virus
- An anxiety disorder
- An autism spectrum disorder
- An autoimmune disease
- Anorexia nervosa
- Dependence upon or addiction to opioids
- Muscle spasms, including, without limitation, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis
- Neuropathic condition, whether or not such condition causes seizures
- Seizures, including, without limitation, seizures caused by epilepsy
- Severe or chronic pain;
Telehealth/telemedicine available. Patient does not necessarily have to see a physician in-person to qualify for a medical marijuana card. You can get a medical marijuana card online in Nevada.
There are three simple steps to seeing a Leafwell provider in Nevada to obtain your medical marijuana card:
1. Create a Leafwell account using a valid email address and choosing a password. You’ll then be asked to complete a brief questionnaire of personal and health information and to either take or upload a photograph of identification (Leafwell is required by law to verify your identity). You will need a smartphone, computer, or tablet with a reliable internet connection and a working camera to be seen by a Leafwell provider.
2. Next, you will be taken to the virtual waiting room where you’ll be connected Leafwell provider for a video chat (i.e., a virtual doctor’s visit). (You will receive a text message to your cell phone when the provider is ready to see you.) During the video chat, the provider will assess your health situation to determine if you qualify for a medical marijuana certification.
3. If you are approved for a medical-marijuana card, you’ll be sent a copy of your waiver and application form which you will need to apply to the state.
Leafwell requires the following documents for your online visit:
– Photo ID (e.g., driver’s permit/license, Nevada ID)
– Proof of address (e.g., utility bill, mortgage, rental lease, bank statement)
– Medical records (e.g. patient history, doctor’s notes, prescription information/history, imaging/scan results)
You must be at least 18 years of age in order to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada.
In Nevada, you can get a medical marijuana card for a minor with parental/guardian consent. Medical marijuana has been proven to be effective for many conditions suffered by children. The Leafwell providers understand this and frequently work with parents to help them get their children the medical care they need. A caregiver can be added to a minor’s application while you register with the state.
Yes, medical marijuana patients in Nevada can have a caregiver. To apply as a caregiver, follow this process:
- Obtain the necessary documents for the patient
- When applying to the state, assign a caregiver role
- Upload the caregiver’s driver’s license or state ID as part of the application
- Note – there is no fee for the addition of a caregiver
Yes, Leafwell can help you renew your medical marijuana certificate and card. If you’re a returning patient, all your information is stored in our HIPAA-compliant platform, and the process is quick and easy. If you are not already a Leafwell patient, click here to create an account and complete your renewal.
Nevada medical marijuana certificates are valid for one year or two years, depending on which plan you choose. When you use Leafwell to obtain your certificate, we’ll send you a reminder email one month before your card is due to expire to make sure you have plenty of time to submit your renewal application.
In Nevada, you can possess the following amounts with a valid MMJ Card:
- Up to 2.5 oz of useable marijuana every 14 days
Cannabis is legal for recreational adult use for people over 21 years of age. However, having a medical marijuana card offers greater legal protection and higher possession limits. Recreational users can purchase only up to 1 oz of cannabis flower of ⅛ of an ounce of concentrate, plus will be subjected to 15% excise tax.
If you have a medical marijuana card or certificate letter, you can buy cannabis in Nevada at a licensed dispensary or use a licensed delivery service. There are also some circumstances when growing plants is permitted – see ‘Can I grow marijuana in Nevada with an MMJ Card’ for more information
Some States accept out-of-state Medical Marijuana Cards. This is called reciprocity. The following state accept out-of-state medical cannabis cards:
– Alaska ^
– Arkansas *
– California ^
– Nevada ^
– Hawaii *
– Oklahoma *
– Oregon ^
– Puerto Rico
– Washington ^
– Washington D.C.
States marked with * require visitors to complete a visiting patient application for the duration of their stay.
States marked with ^ have adult use programs but do not accept out of state cards.
You will be part of a federal database when you apply to the state but this is not a public database.
Here is a brief overview of the history of medical marijuana laws and legislation in Nevada:
2000 – Medical marijuana is legalized via Ballot Question 9. Those with a valid medical marijuana recommendation and written certification by a physician may use, grow and possess cannabis.
2001 – Assembly Bill 453 creates a state registry of medical marijuana cardholders and those with a recommendation by their physician.
2001 – possession of marijuana in small amounts (less than 1 oz) was decriminalized
2013 – Governor Brian Sandoval signs Senate Bill 374 (SB 374), allowing dispensaries to cultivate or dispense marijuana, or to manufacture edibles or marijuana-infused products.
2013 – Restrictions are also placed on those who grow their own cannabis, being allowed to do so only until 2016. However, those who live 25 miles or more away from a dispensary and/or are growing a strain not provided by their closest dispensary may grow their own, up to 12 plants.
2016 – voters finally voted (after 2 unsuccessful bills) to legalize recreational adult use.
July 1 2017 – recreational cannabis sales began
Dispensaries are operational.
Nevada has reciprocity with all other states.
There is no penalty for possession or gifting of up to 1 ounce of cannabis or 3.5 g (⅛) of concentrate.
Possession of more than 1 ounce or use in public is considered a misdemeanor and can land a person a $600 fine.
Cultivation of fewer than 12 plants is allowed. However, those who live near a dispensary may be restricted in the amount and type of cannabis they can grow.
Sale of more than 1 ounce without a license brings a mandatory minimum sentence of 1 year. In fact, breaking any of Nevada’s marijuana laws will bring a mandatory sentence of at least one year, so it’s wise to stay within possession limits!
Medical marijuana patients must be aged 18 or older. Recreational users must be aged 21 or over.
Caregivers must be aged 18 or over. Patients may only have one designated caregiver.
Yes, we do. All of the doctors who work with Leafwell are licensed physicians within Nevada and experienced medical marijuana doctors. We’re committed to working with physicians who understand the value of medical cannabis and can help people interested in trying medical marijuana and providing medical support and guidance.
Patients in Nevada can cultivate medical marijuana if there is no dispensary in the county where they live or if there is no dispensary within 25 miles of their home address. If a dispensary is subsequently opened within these limits, a patient may continue to cultivate cannabis if they do not allow their registration to lapse.
Patients who are unable to travel due to illness of lack of transportation are also allowed to grow their own plants.
Finally, if the dispensaries which are available do not supply the strain of marijuana necessary for a specific medical condition, a patient is allowed to cultivate this strain for medical purposes.