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 What conditions are covered under Nevada state law? 

Currently, the following conditions are recognized as being in need of medical marijuana:

NRS 453A.050 “Chronic or debilitating medical condition” defined. “Chronic or debilitating medical condition” means:

  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome;
  • Cancer;
  • Glaucoma;
  • A medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that produces, for a specific patient, one or more of the following:

(a) Cachexia;
(b) Persistent muscle spasms, including, without limitation, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis;
(c) Seizures, including, without limitation, seizures caused by epilepsy;
(d) Severe nausea; or
(e) Severe pain; or

  •  Any other medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that is:

(a) Classified as a chronic or debilitating medical condition by regulation of the Division; or
(b) Approved as a chronic or debilitating medical condition pursuant to a petition submitted in accordance with NRS 453A.710.
(Added to NRS by 2001, 3054)

What are the requirements in the state of Nevada?

  • Must hold a state-issued medical marijuana card from the state of your primary residence.
  • Must be diagnosed with a chronic or debilitating medical condition
  • Must be informed by attending physician about benefits and risks of medical marijuana
  • Must receive written documentation from attending physician that marijuana could mitigate diagnosis
  • Must not possess more than seven plants (three mature, four immature)*
  • Must not possess more than 2 ½ ounces in a single 14-day period*
  • Must not drive, operate or control any vehicle or vessel while under the influence of marijuana
  • Must not unlawfully possess a firearm
  • Must not possess or use marijuana or related paraphernalia in public view
  • Must not knowingly deliver marijuana to a person without a registration card
  • Must not engage in other conduct prohibited by Nevada law

*Patients who exceed possession amounts and/or do not participate in state-run registry are subject to prosecution, but are entitled to present a medical necessity defense in court

*Last delivery orders must be placed prior to 7:00 PM*