Is Medical Marijuana Legal in Texas in 2022?

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In 2022, will medical marijuana be legal in Texas? Is cannabis mixed with legal weed and ready for prime time? Yes, it certainly is! Texas has a complicated history with the drug dating back to its prohibition, but breakthroughs in study have proven otherwise in recent decades. Many healthcare professionals agree that it is an effective alternative treatment option, and many scientists believe that we should continue to investigate how cannabis can help manage chronic conditions such as pain or epilepsy, among other things that were previously considered highly illegal before 1998, when restrictions were loosened up nicely across most areas, including therapeutic benefits discovered after extensive research into the composition of these plants by qualified individuals.

The drug was once considered a highly illegal narcotic throughout the state.

Many states completed a cannabis overhaul in recent years: as of 2021, just two states prohibit all forms of marijuana. Fifteen states in total legalized recreational weed. In this article, we will outline the current rules you need to know regarding medical marijuana in Texas. Keep reading to stay up to date on what’s presently allowed!

In recent years, the laws about cannabis have been changing rapidly. In some states it is now legal for medical purposes and in others still a complete prohibition with harsh penalties continues to exist. Texas falls into category two as of 2021 when they passed House Bill 1821. It allows patients diagnosed by doctors registered under state law with epilepsy or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to possess up 10 grams per day as long as they register this information on their DPS ID card before getting prescriptions filled from dispensaries within the Lone Star State so that there can be no mistake about who has access.
 

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good question

i would have never guesssed in a million years that Oklahoma would be like they are today

so yeah , there is hope for Texas

but I think the debate will get hotter the closer we get to elections

a y candidate in Texas that runs on a platform of decriminalized cannabis has an excellent chance of winning
 

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No they just take one of your nuts now if you get caught j Walking. 😁
 

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