To qualify for Vermont medical cannabis under S.B. 7, patients suffering from one (1) or more of the following conditions may be approved for a medical marijuana license: Cancer, MS, HIV, and AIDS if the disease or treatment of these conditions result in severe, persistent, and intractable symptoms; or, a disease, medical condition, or its treatment that is chronic, debilitating and produces severe, persistent, and/or results in cachexia, severe pain, severe nausea or seizures. If one or more of these conditions are chronic or debilitating in a nature, a medical marijuana doctor may recommend the affected patient for cannabis to address these health problems. A qualified physician must be properly licensed to practice medicine subject to the general guidelines of Chapter 23 or 33 of Title 26 in Vermont, or an assistant under Chapter 31 of Title 26, or professionally license under substantially equivalent provisions in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, or New York. Doctors must establish a Bona-fide health care professional-patient relationship which has lasted over six (6) months, concerning the patient’s debilitating condition. Contact a medical marijuana registration company to get connected with a qualified medical marijuana physician in Vermont.