Illinois Qualifying Conditions
[Updated for 2021]

Debilitating Medical Conditions that qualify for low THC High CBD medical cannabis in Illinois

The list of the current qualifying conditions to gain access to medical marijuana products in IL. The list has been expanded by the State of Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program to include:

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A physician must provide a written certification specifying their qualifying debilitating condition, unless they are a veteran receiving health services at a VA facility. Illinois Veterans must submit one year of medical records from the VA facility where they receive services. The Opioid Alternative Pilot Program allows patients to use medical cannabis to treat their condition instead of an opioid.

The costs to obtain a Illinois Medical Marijuana Card include the doctor visits and the state charges. Some doctors take most PPO commercial insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, and Medicare) – so whatever the co-pay is for a primary doctor visit. This can reduce out of pocket expense some.

The average self pay doctor visit is around $150 and two trips are typically required to establish a patient relationship. The state charges $100, $200, or $250 for 1, 2, or 3 year applications. Every patient must pay this. Fingerprint card also requires. $65. Please understand the costs associated.

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