• Alabama
  • Medical use: Legal
  • Recreational: Yes

In Alabama, medical marijuana was legalized in 2021 through Senate Bill 46. The program allows residents who are 19 and older, or under 19 with guardian permission, with one of 16 qualifying medical conditions, to purchase medical marijuana with a doctor's recommendation.

However, medical marijuana remains unavailable as of now due to delays in the development of rules and disputes over the selection process. The approved forms of medical marijuana include pills, skin patches, and creams, but smoking or vaping products are not allowed. As of now, possession limits and travel laws for medical marijuana patients from other states remain to be established, while cultivation laws have not been specified. For now, things are still getting worked out in Alabama. We'll update you when we know more!

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