Medical marijuana carries unintended consequences for people of MissouriPosted by On


JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri is the 32nd state to legalize “medical marijuana,” and nine states have legalized cannabis for “recreational use.” Missourians approved Amendment 2 by a 65 percent vote, and we now await new rules by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

Patients can purchase medical marijuana at 192 state dispensaries. A Marijuana Card Application for “Certification” (not to be confused with a prescription) is to be prepared, plus Marijuana Growing Applications. Patients may grow six plants, and qualified caregivers up to 18 plants. The cultivation and dispensary licenses begin this August, 2019.

By 2020 doctors may treat nine “chronic debilitating conditions” such as epilepsy, PTSD, Multiple Sclerosis, cancer, AIDS, migraines, Parkinson, Tourette, glaucoma or other conditions (if certified by two physicians). A chronic condition may be…



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