Schedule an appointment to see a doctor through Veriheal at a time that is most convenient for you. Consult with a doctor for 10-15 mins to evaluate your ailments, and ask any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. If you have medical records for your condition(s) please upload them.
Do not hesitate to reach out if you need assistance with getting an appointment set, our team would be more than happy to help.
After the doctor approves you, you will receive a "Patient ID." You'll use this number to register with the DC DOH to complete your application online or in person. Alternatively, you just go to your local dispensary and they'll help you complete the state application.
Every patient will need to prove DC residency for their application to be accepted by The District.
Once you are approved and registered with the DOH, you'll wait for your card to come in the mail in 2-3 weeks. You can then begin buying cannabis from any dispensary in DC.
Every DC patient will need to be re-certified annually by a licensed physician. Veriheal will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you set up a renewal consultation.
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The DC Department of Health, referred to as the DOH MMP, enacted changed medical marijuana regulations back in 2014 which allowed medical dispensaries to begin receiving licenses to dispense medical marijuana in DC. The department of health has approved 5 medical cannabis dispensaries to operate.
In 2015, the Washington Legislature passed SB 5052, the Cannabis Patients Protection Act (CPPA), establishing official state regulations for the production, possession, sale and use of medical marijuana. Medical cannabis patients are allowed to purchase up to three times the current limits for recreational adult-use marijuana. Only cannabis patients in the authorization database, who have medical marijuana ID cards can purchase products free of sales and use taxes.
The law allows adults 21 and older to purchase in a single day: up to one ounce (1 oz.), or 28.35 grams, of usable marijuana; 16 ounces, or 453.59 grams, of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form; 72 fluid ounces, or 2.13 L, in liquid form; and 7 grams, or a quarter-ounce (0.25 oz), of cannabis concentrates.
Medical patients may purchase and possess 3 ounces of usable marijuana, 48 ounces of marijuana-infused product in solid form, 216 ounces of marijuana-infused product in liquid form, or 21 grams of marijuana concentrate.
To become a medical marijuana patient in Washington D.C., it’s a three-step process. First, you book an appointment with a Veriheal doctor who will review your ailments and medical condition. Once you are evaluated and approved, you will receive a medical cannabis recommendation from our licensed MMJ doctor. Lastly, once you are approved for medical marijuana in DC, you can buy medical marijuana in Washington D.C. dispensaries.
The DC Department of Health referred to as the DOH MMP, enacted changed medical marijuana regulations back in 2014 which allowed medical dispensaries to begin receiving licenses to dispense medical marijuana in DC. The department of health has approved 5 medical cannabis dispensaries to operate.
While DC is home to medical marijuana products and MMJ dispensaries, there are also many tourist attractions in the nation’s capitol. Many residents like to visit the city of DC and view the new Waterfront built, aka The District Wharf, and also the monuments on the National Mall. The Smithsonian Museums bring visitors from all over the world to view the historic artifacts in all of the museums. Some of the most popular attractions being the White House, the Capitol Building, and the Library of Congress.
Patients who require assistance obtaining or using medical cannabis may designate a caregiver. They are required to choose one (1) dispensary from which a designated caregiver can purchase medical cannabis. Caregivers must be at least 18 years old and may only provide care for one (1) patient. Approved caregivers can purchase medical cannabis at their patient’s designated dispensary, as well as possess, transport, and administer their patient’s medical marijuana once purchased.
Legalized marijuana growing in DC is one of the many steps towards legalization that the district has made. It also has an active medical marijuana program that approves the use of up to 2 ounces of marijuana for any debilitating condition.
While this was a big step for the district, the law did not allow home cultivation. Patients were required to purchase their marijuana from approved dispensaries, limiting access to those in pain. Luckily, things have changed and any adult can possess and grow a certain amount of marijuana legally.
It is legal for a person who is at least 21 years old to:
The maximum amount of medical marijuana any qualifying patient or caregiver may possess at any time is four (4) ounces or the equivalent of four (4) ounces of dried medical marijuana when sold in any other form.
It is legal for a person who is at least 21 years old to cultivate within their residence up to six (6) marijuana plants, no more than three (3) of which are mature.
Washington, D.C. itself is full of attractions, and it’s surrounded by dozens of charming destinations, many of which are no further than two and a half hours away by car. Many of these destinations are ideal for families, but they’re just as well suited to romantic vacations and corporate retreats. There’s something to suit every interest, from beautiful parks and beaches to unique museums to monuments overflowing with historical significance.
Designed and built by Thomas Jefferson, Monticello is a former tobacco plantation that was the primary residence of the third President of the United States. Jefferson began working on the home when he was only 26 years old and continued to work on the structure until he passed away in 1826. Jefferson’s burial place is on the grounds in an area now known as the Monticello Cemetery. Visitors to Monticello can choose from a number of tours of the house and grounds, including a family-friendly tour, a sunset tour, and a special behind the scenes tour.
Established as a National Monument in 1961, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park was created to preserve the neglected remains of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. In the mid-1800s, the canal connected the communities along the Potomac River and was used to transport coal, wood, and various other agricultural products. Today, the park offers a 184.5-mile towpath used for biking and hiking as well as a number of campsites that include fire pits, water pumps, picnic areas, and latrines. Seven visitor centers can be found in the park as well, and hours vary according to the season.
Located along Antietam Creek, Antietam National Battlefield is a National Park Service protected area that was the site of a savage battle during the American Civil War in 1862. The on-site Visitor Center is open year-round, and it contains a number of museum exhibits as well as a theater and a gift shop. Daily interpretive talks are given by park rangers all throughout the year, and during the summer, expanded versions of these talks are offered. Other places of interest around the battlefield include the Antietam National Cemetery, the Pry House Field Hospital, and the Dunker Church.
Data last updated 02/19/2020