Guam has a medical marijuana program, but there is no state-licensed dispensary opened as of yet. Hopefully, this will change soon. In the meantime, here’s a guide to getting a medical marijuana card in Guam, as well as some of the laws behind it … Naval Base in Guam. Telehealth/In-Person In-person only. Patient must have a bona-fide relationship with doctor. How Old Do I Have to Be to Apply for a Medical Marijuana Card? 18 years-old. Caregivers must also be 21 years-old. Younger patients may be able to get a medical marijuana card under the advice of a physician. How Long Does it take to Get My MMJ Card? Around 1 month. Could potentially be longer. Guam legalized medical marijuana in 2014, but a Cannabis Commission has not been properly set up. This means getting a MMJ card might take some time in Guam. Cost $15. $100 for primary caregivers. Possession Limit (Medical Marijuana Patients) 2.5 ounces Qualifying Conditions Cancer Epilepsy Glaucoma HIV/AIDS Multiple sclerosis (MS) Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Rheumatoid arthritis Spinal cord injuries Any conditions that cause intractable spasticity Any patient admitted into hospice care Any condition “for which the qualified patient’s practitioner has determined that the use of medical cannabis may provide relief” Medical Marijuana Laws Possession of 1 ounce or less is decriminalized in Guam, with no incarceration and a $100 fine. This is for those without a valid medical marijuana card. Possession of any more than 1 ounce is considered a Misdemeanor, with a 60-day prison sentence and/or a $500 fine. Possession of any amount near a school is up to 1 year in prison and/or a $1,000 fine. Distribution of any amount is 10-20 years imprisonment and/or a $50,000 fine. A second offense of cannabis distribution is a 15 years-life imprisonment and/or a $100,000 fine. Penalties for hashish and concentrates are the same as for marijuana. Having a person under 18 involved in any marijuana-related crime will add 3 years to the sentence. For those with a medical marijuana card, the possession limit is 2.5 ounces. Home cultivation is prohibited. State-licensed dispensaries are allowed, but none are operational as of yet. There is a caregiver program. Caregivers must be aged 21 or over. Medical marijuana patients must be aged 18 or over.