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Discuss Medical Marijuana with your Doctor
Attend your appointment and discuss your condition and why you require medical cannabis during your consultation.
Receive your certificate from Leafwell
Once approved, you will receive a certificate which acts as proof that you are a medical cannabis patient.
Apply for a Card with the Territory of Guam
Patients do not have to apply for a medical marijuana card in Guam, and only caregivers require a medical marijuana ID card in Guam. State application fees are $15 for a new application and $10 for a renewal.
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Benefits of Getting a Guam Medical Card
There are usually benefits to having a valid medical marijuana ID card when it comes to states and US territories with legalized recreational cannabis. These may include:
- Greater possession limits
- Lower taxes on cannabis
About Medical Marijuana in Guam
Both medical and recreational cannabis use are legal in Guam. Find out more about these laws to learn whether you want to become a medical card holder.
2010 – Bill 420 is proposed and would have legalized medical marijuana. However, the Bill was defeated.
2014 – Proposal 14-A legalizes medical marijuana in Guam, becoming the first US territory.
2017 – Governor Eddie Calvo proposed a bill, called the Marijuana Control Law, to legalize recreational cannabis in Guam. The bill was not successful.
2019 – Guam legalizes recreational cannabis via Bill 32-35, also known as the Guam Cannabis Industry Act of 2019.
Caregivers must be 21. They are allowed to assist up to five patients. Primary caregivers can apply if:
The person you care for is legally entitled to use medical marijuana.
You meet the legal definition of a primary caregiver according to Guam’s MMJ laws.
Possession and Growing
Medical marijuana patients may possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis.
A person aged 21 or over may possess up to one ounce of cannabis and either 8 grams of cannabis concentrate or cannabis-infused products containing up to 800 mg of THC.
Both medical marijuana patients and adult users can grow up to 6 mature plants and up to 12 immature plants on their property. An adult may possess the cannabis produced by the cannabis plants grown on their property. The right to grow may only exist until dispensaries are running.
Do not travel over state/territory lines with cannabis in your possession.
Caregivers must be 21.
Each caregiver is allowed to assist up to five patients.
Guam’s medical marijuana laws only apply to the territory’s residents, and Guam does not recognize other states’ medical marijuana cards and does not have reciprocity.
However, adult use of cannabis is legal in Guam, so a medical card is not necessarily needed for those over 21, as they can legally purchase cannabis.
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Frequently asked questions in Guam
How much does a Guam Medical Marijuana certificate and card cost?
We are unable to certify medical marijuana patients online in Guam at this moment in time.
However, state application fees are $15 for a new application and $10 for a renewal.
What medical conditions qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Guam?
In Guam, the following conditions may qualify you for a medical marijuana certificate and card:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis or similar chronic autoimmune inflammatory disorders
- Spinal cord injury with intractable spasticity
- Any patient admitted to hospice care
- Any other medical condition, medical treatment, or disease as approved by the Department of Public Health and Social Services
What do I need to know about applying for my Medical Cannabis Card in Guam online?
We are unable to provide online telehealth consultations for patients requiring medical marijuana in Guam.
You will need to speak to a physician face-to-face, fill out an application form providing ID and proof of residency, and submit the application form.
How old do I have to be to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Guam?
You must be 18 or over in order to apply for a medical marijuana card for yourself in Guam.
Can I be/have a caregiver for a medical marijuana patient in Guam?
Yes. Caregivers must be aged 21 years-old or older. They are allowed to assist up to five patients.
Patients are not required to have a medical marijuana registry card, but caregivers are. Qualified patients or caregivers can pay $15 to obtain a cultivation permit to grow no more than six flowering and 12 immature plants at a time.
Does Leafwell work with medical marijuana doctors in Guam?
Leafwell is unable to provide online consultations for medical marijuana in Guam at this time.