To qualify for Hawaii medical cannabis, patients suffering from one (1) or more of the following conditions may be approved for a medical marijuana license: Cachexia, Cancer, Chronic pain, Crohn’s Disease, Epilepsy (and other seizure disorders), Glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, MS (and other muscle spasticity disorders), and nausea. If one or more of these conditions are chronic or debilitating in a nature, a medical marijuana doctor may recommend the affected patient for medical cannabis to address these health problems. An attending physician may be a medical doctor (MD) who has a license in good standing in the state of Hawaii, and must qualify by registering the location and the physician that will sign the registry cards by address with the Hawaii N.E.D. system. The attending physician must conduct a thorough physical exam and form a ‘bona-fide relationship’ to determine if, “Potential benefits of medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh the health risks” for the patient. The physician must validate and document the approved debilitating condition. Contact a medical marijuana registration company to get connected with a qualified medical marijuana physician in Hawaii.