How to get a Marijuana Card in Kalamazoo County, MI | MedCard

How to Get a Marijuana Card in Kalamazoo County, MI

A Michigan marijuana card, or MedCard in Kalamazoo County gives qualified patients access to buy medical marijuana products at open cannabis stores. MI law has several requirements for patients to be eligible to get certified. Recreational weed in Kalamazoo County is available, however there are several benefits to being a Michigan MMJ patient, including the product costs, availability, selection and quality. Below details how to get or renew a medical marijuana card in Kalamazoo County.

Get Certified or Renew Your Medical Marijuana Card Online

Do you…

  • Have a medical condition that marijuana may help?

  • Take one or more prescription drugs and want to dial it back?

  • Want to learn more about medical cannabis including THC & CBD for treatment?

  • Already use cannabis and want to get a medical card?

  • Have a Michigan medical card and it’s time to renew?

Getting a marijuana card in Kalamazoo County can now be done from home using Med Card Telemedicine. Virtual consults take place online with you and a recommending state licensed MMJ doctor. You can then apply for your Michigan medical marijuana card online. See if you qualify today.

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Michigan Qualifying Conditions

Cannabis in Kalamazoo County can be recommended to patients who are diagnosed with the following debilitating conditions.


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Kalamazoo County Marijuana Card Q&A

How Much Does a Michigan Medical Card Cost To Get From The State?

$40

How much does a Recommending Marijuana Doctor Online Cost?

MedCard Doctor Certifications in Kalamazoo County are typically done online. 1st time visits range from $125 – 200 for1st time patients and $89 – $125 for card renewals.

Can doctors prescribe medical marijuana?

Doctors are actually not permitted to prescribe medical marijuana to their patients. However, if they are registered by the state, a doctor can recommend medical marijuana and approve their patients for access to the drug.

When I get my card, can I grow my own marijuana in Kalamazoo County?

Interestingly, although you have to be 21 to walk around in public with weed, adults in Kalamazoo County of any age are permitted to grow their own. There’s a strict limit of 12 cannabis plants. Your crop must be in a secured area and must not be visible from a public place.

Cross the 12-plant line and the cops will destroy your plants and write you a ticket. The cultivation of up to 24 plants is considered a civil infraction with a maximum fine of $500. Growing 25 to 200 plants is a felony punishable by up to 7 years in prison and a maximum fine of $500,000. More than 200 plants and you are looking at a felony conviction which comes with a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000,000. Yes, that’s ten million dollars.

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Where can I find a dispensary near me?

Check out our Dispensaries Near Me Map to see if any are listed near you or visit Nationwide Dispensaries

How much does having a marijuana card save?

Medical card holders pay at least 10% less than recreational consumers.

CBD, is hemp CBD in Kalamazoo County legal, and where can I buy it online?

Yes, hemp based CBD is legal. Check out the CBD in Michigan Complete Guide for more information.

Where to find and shop for CBD products online?

How Much Should I consume?

  • We are not doctors and do not give medical advice. Please consult with an qualified medical marijuana card doctor near you in Kalamazoo County or online before using.

If you have any further questions or want to learn more, please refer to the Complete Michigan Guide to Medical Marijuana.

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