You will need to fill out the appropriate paperwork and meet the requirements for approval from the state of Illinois.
See a list of qualifying conditions and find out if you’re eligible here.
No. Unlike other states, Illinois does not allow the participants of any medical program to grow their own marijuana.
Cannabinoids, such as THC, CBD, and CBG, are the compounds that interact with receptors in the body to provide medical relief including pain reduction, memory improvement, mood elevation and appetite stimulation.
Learn more about how cannabinoids provide your body and mind with relief by visiting the Crash Course section.
There are many organizations that offer consulting services and guidance to make it as easy as possible for you to find medical relief, but first you should talk to your doctor and ask if medical marijuana is right for you.
Start your research by visiting the Medical Relief section.
The four main methods of consuming medical marijuana are: inhalation, ingestion, oral absorption, and topical absorption.
Learn about each of these methods and the options available in the Products section.
There are many different dispensaries located throughout the state of Illinois with more frequently being established.
Begin your search for the dispensary closest to you here.
No, an Illinois medical marijuana card is only valid in the state of Illinois. You must obey and respect the local laws of any other state you visit.
Medical marijuana is grown at various cultivation centers are located in across different regions of Illinois. We cultivate and process our marijuana following the best practices in the industry to produce the highest quality.
To look inside our facility and learn more about marijuana cultivation centers visit the Facility section.