The Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP) is a state registry program which administers the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. While the MMMP registry allows for medical marijuana usage in Michigan, marijuana is only available to people with certain medical conditions.
Michigan’s qualifying conditions include:
- Hepatitis C
- Lou Gehrig’s disease (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS)
- Nail-patella syndrome
- Cachexia (wasting disease)
- Severe and chronic pain
- Severe nausea
- Muscle spasms
- Multiple sclerosis
From HIV/AIDS to Parkinson’s Disease, MS to PTSD, there are more and more studies that show there are several potential medical benefits to marijuana. Across the country there are 23 states and DC that have all legalized marijuana in some way. The qualifying medical conditions vary from state to state.