Ohio Qualifying Conditions
Medical marijuana doctors in Ohio may recommend medicinal cannabis only for the treatment of a listed qualifying medical condition. Patients will receive their medical marijuana ID card from the state after qualifying.
The States Official Debilitating Conditions List:
- AIDS – HIV
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
- Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
- Crohn’s Disease
- CRPS – Complex regional pain syndrome
- Epilepsy or Another Seizure Disorder
- Hepatitis C
- IBD – Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Migraine Headaches
- MS – Multiple Sclerosis
- Chronic, Intractable and Severe Pain
- Parkinson’s Disease
- PTSD – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Spinal Cord Disease or Injury
- Tourette’s Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Ulcerative Colitis
How to Qualify For Medical Marijuana In Ohio
Get or Renew Your Ohio Medical Marijuana Card Today!
For Ohio residents, we make it easy to connect with a certified doctor to get or renew your Medical Marijuana Card. To get started, simply fill out the patient registration form below, press submit, and your on your way to a MedCard telemedicine doctors appointment online. See if you qualify today!
Patient Registration Form
How to Add Additional Qualifying Conditions to the Ohio List:
To add additional qualifying conditions to the Ohio list, you would need to follow the state’s legal process for changing its medical marijuana program regulations. This involves submitting a proposal to the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP), which oversees the state’s medical cannabis program.
The proposal should include evidence supporting the addition of the new qualifying condition, such as research studies or medical literature. The proposal should also explain how the proposed condition meets the state’s requirements for medical cannabis use
After submitting the proposal, the OMMCP will review it and may seek additional information or clarification. If the proposal is approved, the OMMCP will update the state’s list of qualifying conditions to include the new condition. The process can take several months or longer.