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In Tennessee, we have NO Qualifying conditions. It is very easy to get your doctor recommendation and to be
processed with the State which you live.

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Is Medical Marijuana Legal in Tennessee?
In May of 2021 the governor of Tennessee signed HB0490, a bill that created a commission to study medical marijuana, expanded the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana, and created a new law that allows qualifying patients to possess cannabis oil that contains no more than 0.9 percent THC.

This is a new bill that will take some time to get up and running smoothly. Currently there are no dispensaries operational that can sell medical cannabis products in Tennessee, and the patient registration process with the state is being implemented.

While Tennessee is undergoing serious changes to its new medical marijuana program, Tennessee Marijuana Card is here to help.

Sign up for more information and updates on the legalization of medical marijuana with Tennessee Marijuana Card to make sure you never miss a thing as legalization progresses.

How Do I Qualify for Medical Marijuana in Tennessee?
To qualify for a medical marijuana card and legally possess medical marijuana oil with up to 0.9% THC in Tennessee, you will need to meet the following qualifications:

· Be diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition
· Have an official certification from a certified Tennessee doctor
· Be a Tennessee resident with proof of residency (valid Tennessee driver’s license or state ID card)

Which Conditions Qualify for a Tennessee Medical Marijuana Card?

Alzheimer’s disease

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Cancer, when such disease is diagnosed as end stage or the treatment produces related wasting illness, recalcitrant nausea and vomiting, or pain

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Epilepsy or other seizures

Multiple sclerosis

Parkinson’s disease

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

Sickle cell disease