Does Anxiety Qualify for Medical Marijuana in Ohio?
Although Anxiety was not originally a qualifying condition under Ohio's Medical Marijuana Program, that may soon change thanks to a recommendation by the State Medical Board.
The Medical Board is tasked with reviewing petitions for new qualifying conditions once a year, and this year's review process might result in medical marijuana becoming available to patients suffering from anxiety. In 2019, the subcommittee of the Medical Board tasked with reviewing new conditions rejected Depression, Insomnia, and Opioid Abuse Disorder, but they did recommend approval for Anxiety and Autism. Ultimately, neither Anxiety nor Autism were approved from last year's petitions.
This year's petition period to add qualifying conditions to Ohio's medical marijuana program ended on December 31, 2019. The State of Ohio Medical Board is currently reviewing a number of qualifying conditions to add to Ohio's program, including anxiety and anxiety-related conditions.
Get Approved For Medical Marijuana With Anxiety
If you'd like to be notified if Anxiety becomes a qualifying condition, fill out the form below, and we'll update you as soon as we hear more information!
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With the doctor's approval, you'll receive your card via email from the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.