You might rely on your primary care provider for practically everything pertaining to your health, but they probably won’t be the person who gives you a medical marijuana recommendation. Here’s
Under Ohio law, nursing home residents could receive medical marijuana, but it most likely would be administered by a caregiver. Of the 21 qualifying conditions approved for treatment by medical marijuana in Ohio, many affect older adults.
As a caregiver, you can purchase marijuana for a patient— but only if you have registered for a permit. The Ohio medical marijuana registry opened in December 2018, allowing all eligible individuals to start the permit process.