Although the Guam Compassionate Cannabis Use Act was passed in 2014, the medical marijuana program has not yet been implemented. Cultivators are not being issued medical marijuana licenses and there is no certified laboratory for testing marijuana products.
The Department of Public Health and Social Services offers the Medical Marijuana Registry program.
Who Can Qualify?
To be eligible for a Guam Medical Marijuana Card you must be a resident of Guam for the past 6 months, 18 years of age, and diagnosed with one of the following debilitating medical conditions by a Qualified Practitioner:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity
- HIV or AIDS
- Rheumatoid Arthritis or similar chronic autoimmune inflammatory disorders
- Admitted into hospice care
- Any other medical condition where your practitioner has concluded that the use of medical marijuana may give relief
How much does it cost?
There is a $15 application fee and $10 renewal fee.
How Do I Apply?
These are the steps you must take in order to successfully apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Guam:
- Visit with your practitioner and have them provide you with a Written Certification of their recommendation to use medical marijuana
- Submit your written certification, proof of Guam residency, personal information and practitioner’s information to the department. If a Primary Caregiver is required, the caregiver will need Police Clearance and Court Clearance
- Pay the application fee
If the application is denied you will be informed why within 48 hours. A denied applicant will not be allowed to re-apply for 6 months.