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The Growth of the Medical Marijuana Industry

     Statutes allowing for the use of medical marijuana have been enacted in nineteen states, make that 21 (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington) and marijuana markets will likely double in the next five years.  The two factors that will drive this industry are the number of legal patients, which will rise steadily, and the fact that states will accommodate medical marijuana users by adopting rules and regulations governing the sale of medical marijuana.

     A report issued by See Change Strategy LLC, which was based upon information obtained through 300 survey responses and multiple interviews with people involved in the medical marijuana industry, concluded that over 24 million patients in the United States are considered to have medical conditions, the symptoms of which could benefit from the use of medical marijuana, and these people are eligible to receive recommendations to do so through their physicians.  Of that number, 730,000 have actually obtained that recommendation and now take advantage of the therapeutic values of cannabis either by cultivating it themselves or utilizing a marijuana Caregiver or state-operated dispensary. 

     Medical marijuana is being used across the nation to treat people with qualifying medical conditions like AIDS, multiple sclerosis, cancer, chronic pain and a lot of other ailments.  Recent studies have shown that about 24 million people in America are using (or are eligible to use) medical marijuana, making the marijuana industry huge to the tune of 120 billion dollars annually.  Since the Obama administration de-prioritized marijuana prosecutions at the federal level of people who are complying with state medical marijuana statutes, hundreds of businesses have been opened throughout the country to cultivate, distribute and sell medical cannabis to state qualified patients.  The “State of the Medical Marijuana Markets 2011” indicates which states appear to have the most active markets and who is making the most money and how they are doing it.


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How to find a Medical Marijuana Caregiver

     Marijuana was created as a free service for patients to find medical marijuana caregivers in order to facilitate recent legislation allowing for the use of medical marijuana.  Sixteen (16) States and the District of Columbia now recognize the medicinal qualities of cannabis and have enacted laws governing the use of medical marijuana, including creating patient registries and provisions governing caregivers, dispensaries, compassion centers, legal quantity limits, home cultivation, reciprocity and qualifying medical conditions. 

     Medical marijuana laws differ from state to state and are amended from time-to-time, but medical marijuana caregiver are generally defined as individuals or distributors who can possess, cultivate and provide medical cannabis to qualified medical marijuana patients in certain qualifying states. 

     Making medical marijuana available to patients who can benefit from its medicinal qualities might also make it accessible to individuals who only want to experience the THC high rather than utilizing it to remedy a medical ailment.  Considering the relatively benign effects of THC, however, it shouldn’t negate the value of medical cannabis because this is true of a wide range of much more dangerous drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), prescribed by physicians and distributed by pharmacies all across America every day.  Depending on individual state law, if a patient doesn’t carefully follow the guidelines regarding medical marijuana, they run the risk of being arrested and could face felony drug charges.

How to utilize this website:

     The purpose of Marijuana is to connect qualified medical marijuana patients with one or more (depending upon state law) providers of cannabis, or caregivers.  Each state has its own guidelines regarding the cultivation, possession and use of medical marijuana.  Please consult your particular state’s medical marijuana statute for information regarding how to enroll in the state’s system as a qualified patient or caregiver.  Caregivers can register for their particular geographic area and, by doing so, make their contact information (via either an email or private message) accessible to qualified patients seeking the assistance of a caregiver.  On our site, a marijuana caregiver and patient will be able to introduce themselves and discuss available product strains, pricing and delivery information in a private setting.  A medical marijuana caregiver listing includes a “reputation” link where patients can contribute information, good or bad, about the caregiver’s services or the quality of the medicine they provide and this information is linked in their individual profiles.  The better the rating from different patients, the more confident you should feel about dealing with that caregiver.
     As a patient we have an additional section under each state for any questions you might have or a place where you can create a post 'Looking for a caregiver'


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DISCLAIMER: Marijuana acts as an intermediary between the product and the patients. 
Marijuana does not directly engage in the sales, distribution, 
or growing of medical marijuana. Medicinal cannabis should only be used by 
patients holding a medical marijuana ID card.
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