New Jersey Senate Bill 119 passed in 2010, allowing New Jersey’s Medical Marijuana program to begin. As with the New York program, you must have a severely debilitating condition to be eligible for medical marijuana in the state of New Jersey. We go into detail about the Medical Marijuana laws in New Jersey and show you if and how to qualify for medical marijuana in New Jersey.
Who qualifies for the New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program?
According to the NJ Department of Health, you must have PTSD, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Terminal cancer, Crohn’s, IBS, or any terminal illness that leads a doctor believes will result in death within the next 12 months. Glaucoma and Seizure disorders can also be treated with medical marijuana in Jersey if the patient is resistant to or intolerant to conventional therapy.
Can the list of qualifying conditions be added to?