OH Marijuana Cards – 2019
OHIO – Learn how to get a medical marijuana card in Ohio. A medical marijuana card, or MMJ card is a state issued identification card that enables medical marijuana to be purchased from retail dispensaries licensed by the Board of Pharmacy. Medical cannabis cards are available to patients in Ohio with a qualifying condition. Currently, Ohio marijuana cards are being issued by the state.
Step 1 – Patients will have to connect with a Ohio Medical Marijuana Doctors certified to recommend medical marijuana.
The doctor will certify:
- there is a legitimate patient-physician relationship.
- the Ohio patient must have a qualifying medical condition.
- the doctor has discussed the benefits and risks of medicinal marijuana as a treatment option.
- the doctor has reviewed the patient’s records in the state’s controlled substances database.
Patients and caregivers need to bring an unexpired state driver’s license or ID card or U.S. passport with them to the doctor’s office. A patients can designate up to two caregivers who will be able to buy and administer medicinal marijuana. Caregivers need to be at least 21 years of age and are limited to two patients.
Step 2 – Patients and caregivers will receive an email from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program with a link to login and complete the application. You will then have to pay an yearly registration fee of $50. The fee is reduced to $25 for veterans and patients on federal disability programs.
Step 3 – Get your Ohio medical marijuana card in 2019 from the state. Upon paying, your medical marijuana card can be downloaded. Print a copy to bring with or show an electronic version on your cell phone at the dispensary.
Step 4 – Go to a local dispensary when they open. You must show them your Ohio Marijuana Patient Registry Card and photo ID must be presented as well at the dispensary.
The card is good for one year from the last day of the month of registration.
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We are currently registering patients to be connected with Ohio Medcard Doctors. We will also keep you updated on any new details that get released regarding the Ohio MMJ Program. Thank you