Maryland’s medical cannabis guidelines continue to evolve and make it safer than ever to purchase quality cannabis products in Laytonsville, MD and surrounding areas. Those with MMCC (Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission) patient ID cards can feel more confident beginning cannabis therapy. It is still important, however, to do your research before purchasing any products.
Our practice can provide guidance on your journey.
Regulations are constantly revamping quality-control measures to offer you safer products in several forms. Maryland’s medical cannabis dispensaries recently tightened regulations around the amount of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound in cannabis, that edibles are allowed to contain. The state now requires warning labels about the potential for impairment and risks cannabis consumption can have during pregnancy. Edibles must now be locked up securely in dispensaries.
Choose a Licensed Laytonsville, MD Dispensary
We always recommend visiting a state-approved dispensary for purchasing cannabis products. Maryland law states that licensed growers and dispensaries must test every batch of medical cannabis using a third-party laboratory. This helps ensure the quality of products as well as your safety. You can visit the MMCC website for a list of state-approved dispensaries or contact our office.
Buying Quality Cannabis Products Online in Maryland
Products derived from the non-psychoactive compound CBD are commonly sold online but are not federally regulated. If you are considering buying CBD or cannabis products online, we urge you to do a significant amount of research beforehand. Find out how the CBD is extracted, and ensure that it comes from a reliable source. Our team can also guide you.
Except for a handful of cannabis-derived drugs for specific conditions, medical marijuana is still illegal on a federal level. Safety and efficacy guidelines are created at the state level, so buy online with care. Sometimes online buyers report that, depending on where the actual dispensaries are located, their purchases have been held up in customs. Others note that the quality of their purchase was lacking, and some products contain dangerous additives.
Before buying CBD or marijuana-derived products online, consider learning how your products are packaged. Find an online dispensary that will use discreet packaging to safeguard the privacy of your purchase.
If you’re considering obtaining your MMCC patient ID card, contact Dr. Sheila Brush. She is happy to schedule a consultation and discuss your qualification for a written certification.