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Territory-Specific Steps

Embarking on your journey to relief in American Samoa is simple. Let our caring specialists guide you through the territory-specific steps to obtain your medical cannabis card.
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    Join the Waitlist

    There isn’t a medical marijuana program in American Samoa, but this could change soon. Join our waitlist to be notified when we’re open in the territory.

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    Sign up When the Law Passes

    As soon as we can legally serve patients in American Samoa, we’ll email you and let you know we’re ready to see you.

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What You Need to Know

American Samoa has no medical marijuana program at this time, and cannabis is illegal for medical and recreational use. Therefore, it is not yet possible to qualify for a medical marijuana certificate in the territory.

However, Leafwell aims to be able to certify patients in all U.S. states and territories as soon as medical cannabis is legalized. Join our waitlist to be notified as soon as we can see you.

Qualifying Conditions

Most programs have a list of qualifying conditions required for becoming a medical marijuana patient. We expect future laws in American Samoa to include a list of qualifying conditions to be eligible for medical cannabis or CBD.

Legal Topics

American Samoa takes a firm stance on cannabis products, including those containing cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is considered “marijuana” in the territory and is equally restricted.

Possession of any amount of cannabis carries a mandatory $5,000 fine and up to five years in prison.

Caregivers

Under most states’ medical cannabis laws, a caregiver can be assigned to assist with the purchase and administering of medical cannabis to minor patients or patients who otherwise may need assistance from others.

Most states have a minimum caregiver age requirement (typically 18 or 21). In many states, the caregiver must also have no criminal convictions relating to drug offenses or violent crimes.

Reciprocity

American Samoa doesn’t recognize other states’ medical cards because cannabis is illegal in the territory. The following states accept or recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards:

*Visitors must complete a visiting patient application with the state program.

States that have legalized recreational cannabis for adults 21 and older but do not accept out-of-state cards include:

FAQs

How much does an American Samoa Medical Marijuana certificate and card cost?

Cannabis is illegal in American Samoa, medically or otherwise. This means that it is not yet possible to qualify for a medical marijuana certificate yet in American Samoa. However, Leafwell aims to be able to certify patients online in all US states and territories if and when medical cannabis becomes legalized and provide competitively-priced online MMJ consultations.

What medical conditions qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in American Samoa ?

There is no medical marijuana program in American Samoa, so there are no conditions that can qualify you for medical marijuana in American Samoa.

What do I need to know about applying for my Medical Cannabis Card in American Samoa online?

As there is no medical cannabis program in American Samoa, it is not yet possible to get a medical marijuana card in American Samoa.

We’ll keep track of any pending legislation and seek to open our services in American Samoa as soon as possible.

How old do I have to be to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in American Samoa?

Cannabis is illegal in American Samoa, regardless of age.

Can I be/have a caregiver for a medical marijuana patient in American Samoa?

There is no medical marijuana program or caregiver program in American Samoa.