How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Ohio?

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Fill Out a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire

You’ll be required to fill a form with all your basic information prior to connecting with your recommending physician.

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Connect With Our 420 Doctor for a Consultation

After submitting all necessary credentials, you’ll be connected to our doctor via a device of your choice for virtual consultation.

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Receive Recommendation Letter Within 24 Hours

Receive your MMJ card on the same day and register under Ohio’s medical marijuana program for MMJ identity card.

A Convenient Way To Connect With 420 Physicians Online

Our team of licensed professionals believe in creating a safe space for you during consultations. You can easily connect with recommending doctors from the comforts of your home. From the information that you submit to the sensitive medical past you share with your doctor, everything remains confidential.

Our doctors believe in the potential of cannabis as an alternative treatment to chronic medical conditions and sympathize with your pain. For this reason, our support staff ensures that you receive your recommendation letter within 24 hours of your consultation.

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Why Should You Apply for an MMJ Card in Ohio?

Our online registration and consultation process focuses on aiding patients get access to medical marijuana easily and on time.

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Round the Clock Support

Our support teams are always up and available to answer any queries and questions you might have.

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Same Day Recommendation

Our 24 hour window is foolproof. We stand by our promise of same day MMJ recommendation delivery.

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Trustworthy Team of Professionals

Our team of licensed physicians and support staff will guide you regarding every curveball you face.

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No Appointments Needed

You don’t have to wait in line. Sign up onto the platform and we’ll connect you with a doctor online.

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One Year Validity

Your Ohio MMJ recommendation will be valid upto a year and can be easily renewed online.

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Secure and Private Service

Personal and medical history shared during consultation is confidential in compliance with HIPAA and state laws.

Why Thousands of MMJ Users Trust Us?

Our team of physicians understand the patient’s plea and ensure that the whole process is completed without hindrance.

We’re led by our trust in cannabis as a means of alternative therapy for treating patients and improving their overall quality of life. Support is available 24/7 so you aren’t left waiting for your turn to get an MMJ recommendation.

Our telemedicine platform ensures that

  • You get easy and early access to MMJ recommendation
  • Same day MMJ E-Card
  • You pay only if you qualify
  • You get the legal right to possess and consume cannabis
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Frequently Asked Questions

The state of Ohio has legalized the medical use of marijuana for the following 25 medical conditions.

  • AIDS
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Cancer
  • Cachexia
  • Chronic pain
  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Severe forms of epilepsy
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Spasticity
  • Spinal cord disease or injury
  • Terminal illness
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Ulcerative colitis

After a patient gets evaluated for one of the specified medical conditions, they become eligible to apply for a medical marijuana card in Ohio.

Yes, if you’re suffering from one of the 25 state-approved medical conditions and have gone through traditional treatments before turning to marijuana, you are eligible for MMJ use.

However, you must provide your 420 doctor with past medical statements of prior treatment and prove that medical marijuana is the last resort.

Yes, as per the state’s laws, every patient with a recommendation letter must register with the program. A patient cannot legally buy marijuana without a state-issued medical marijuana identification card.

Prepare the digital copies of the following documents before applying for a medical marijuana card in Ohio.

  • Government-issued photo ID like license card or state identification card
  • A recent photograph
  • Proof of Residence and Citizenship
  • Proof of medical history and traditional treatment

These documents are necessary to get your application approved. Once you receive your MMJ recommendation, you can register with the state’s MMJ program. You’ll require your government ID, recent photograph, proof of residency, and a copy of your recommendation letter by a certified doctor.

Different states have varying possession limits for cannabis. In Ohio, an adult MMJ user or a caregiver can possess up to 90-days of supply. Switching between registered dispensaries will not enable you to purchase more than the limit.

No, you cannot.
Private or home cultivation in the state of Ohio is a punishable offense and is closely regulated by the Control Program. Even licensed cultivators go through regular investigations and evaluations.

Yes, there can be multiple instances under which your application for a medical marijuana card might be denied.

  • You’ve provided false or incomplete information on your application.
  • Your condition is not approved by the state or is not critical enough to require marijuana support.
  • You’re a minor and do not have an adult caregiver.
  • You or your caregiver have been convicted with illegal consumption or selling of drugs.
  • You have not gone through traditional treatment or have submitted no proof before applying for a recommendation.

No, MMJ users registered with another state cannot buy marijuana in Ohio. The state does not have a reciprocity program in association with its medical marijuana program. The possession of less than 100 grams of marijuana is a minor misdemeanor.