If you are an individual who has been diagnosed with a seizure disorder, you may be eligible to become a cannabis patient in Wisconsin. This is the only condition which qualifies an individual for cannabis use in the state. There is no application process to become a patient under AB 726. A physician's written recommendation is all that is necessary for a patient to be legally allowed to possess and administer CBD products under AB 726; however, there is not a clear way for patients to obtain such products.

Becoming a Patient as a Minor:

The process and qualifications for becoming a patient as a minor in Wisconsin are the same as those for an adult.

Benefits of Being a Patient:

As a registered patient in Wisconsin you will have an affirmative defense in court if you are arrested for the possession of cannabis.

Becoming a Caregiver:

There are no legal protections for caregivers in the state of Wisconsin.

Out-of-State Patients:

The state of Wisconsin does not recognize Out-of-State patient registrations. For more information about traveling as a medical cannabis patient, check out our Travel Guide.

Home Cultivation:

Growing cannabis at home is not legal in the state of Wisconsin.


Medical cannabis patients can find additional resources here

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