How To Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Oklahoma 
The Complete Guide
Congratulations Oklahoma! – Oklahoma State Question 788, the Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative passed by a margin 57% in favor to 43% opposed on June 26th 2018.
- State Question 788 legalized marijuana, also known as cannabis, for medical purposes in Oklahoma.
- Obtaining a state-issued medical marijuana license will require a board-certified physician’s signature.
- Unlike most legal states with medical marijuana, under the law as passed by the voters, physicians can recommend medical marijuana for any condition the doctor sees fit for their patient.
- People with an Oklahoma marijuana card would be permitted to possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana on their person and 8 ounces of marijuana in their residence.
- Home cultivation of six mature plants and six seedlings is allowed, as is possession of up to one ounce of cannabis concentrates and 72 ounces of marijuana-infused edible products.
- Patients can also designate a caregiver to purchase or grow medicine for them.
- A 7 percent tax will be levied on marijuana sales, with revenue being allocated to administrative costs, education, along with drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
- Licenses will be required to operate dispensaries, commercial growing operations, and processing operations.
- Municipalities would be prohibited from restricting zoning laws to prevent cannabis dispensaries.
- The new law also adds some protection for medical cannabis patients that don’t go through the step of getting a state-issued medical card. Patients who are caught with 1.5 ounces or less of marijuana and can “state a medical condition” face a misdemeanor offense punishable by no more than a $400 fine.
Oklahoma Marijuana Card Q&A
Below are questions and answers regarding Med Cards in Oklahoma. This will guide you on how to get a medical marijuana card in OK:
How Much Does an Oklahoma Med Marijuana Card Cost To Get From The State?
- Licenses cost $100 and last two years. Recipients of Medicaid, Medicare, or SoonerCare would pay $20 for a license.
How much does a Recommending Marijuana Doctor in Oklahoma Cost?
- Typical costs to see a Doctor are approximately $200 – $300; please note this cost is generally not covered by insurance as Marijuana is still illegal under Federal Law.
How often do I have to see my doctor for a marijuana renewal?
- Every 2 years
How Long Is an OK Marijuana Card Good?
- 2 years
My Oklahoma Med Card has Expired. How to get a Renewal?
- http://omma.ok.gov/ – Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority
Once I have my Oklahoma MMJ card, where can I buy marijuana?
- The Oklahoma State Department of Health is required to establish rules for dispensaries. Our dispensary map is a good place to start when OK cannabis dispensaries open.
Once I have my OK MMJ card, can I grow my own marijuana?
Yes – the measure allows for you to Legally possess six (6) mature marijuana plants and Legally possess six (6) seedling plants
What do I need to do if I change my address or other information changes?
- To Be Determined
Where can I find a marijuana doctor near me in OK?
- Any doctor can recommend marijuana for treatment, however not all will. The MedCard doctors map will list participating doctors in Oklahoma.
Conditions That Qualify for MMJ in OK
Oklahoma Debilitating Conditions List
What are the Qualifying Debilitating Conditions Required to Receive Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma?
- It gets no better! Under State Question 788, there would be no qualifying conditions, but a doctor would be required to sign according to “accepted standards a reasonable and prudent physician would follow when recommending or approving any medication.”
Below are examples of Qualified Conditions in other states that may qualify patients in OK.
- Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
- Hepatitis C
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Muscular dystrophy
- Crohn’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Spinal cord injury or disease
- Traumatic brain injury
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Ulcerative colitis
- Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
- A severely debilitating or terminal medical condition or its treatment that has produced at least one of the following:
- Elevated intraocular pressure
- Wasting syndrome
- Severe pain that has not responded to previously prescribed medication or surgical measures or for which other treatment options produced serious side effects, constant or severe nausea, moderate to severe vomiting, seizures, or severe, persistent muscle spasms
- Moderate to severe chronic pain.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Get Registered for Medical Cannabis In Oklahoma:
Interested in Medical Marijuana? Let us help by starting here.
For potential medical marijuana patients in OK we make it easy to find a recommending doctor near you when they become active. You will also receive updates & news relative to the marijuana program. If you are interested please fill out the MMJ registration form below. Legal Residents Only.
Oklahoma Patient Registration Form
Other Frequently Asked Questions About Medical MarijuanaCan I Smoke Weed Once I Have my Oklahoma Med Card?
- No. According to current laws patients who obtain a medical card should use medical marijuana in Oklahoma only. Medical marijuana patients may face federal and local charges of transporting marijuana if they cross state lines with the drug. This is true even if the states between which they are traveling allow medical marijuana. Should you need to travel with your marijuana it would be best to contact the state’s Bureau of health to understand the exact laws of the state you are traveling to in order to not risk breaking the law.
- All applicants must be eighteen (18) years or older. A special exception will be granted to an applicant under the age of eighteen (18), however these applications must be signed by two (2) physicians and the applicant’s parent or legal guardian.
- All applications for a medical license must be signed by an Oklahoma Board certified physician. There are no qualifying conditions. A medical marijuana license must be recommended according to the accepted standards a reasonable and prudent physician would follow when recommending or approving any medication. No physician may be unduly stigmatized or harassed for signing a medical marijuana license application.
- Psychoactive Vs. Non-Psychoactive. THC creates a euphoric effect due to the way it connects to the bodies endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system has been recently recognized as an important modulatory system in the function of brain, endocrine, and immune tissues. Cannabidiol, or CBD reacts differently and is used with patients that require or prefer non euphoric care.
- Hemp CBD oil which is derived from the hemp plant is legal throughout the United States. The cannabis derived low-THC high-CBD Medicines are only legal in states with an approved medical marijuana program.
- Yes, CBD for Dogs, CBD for Cats, and CBD for pets in general is becoming a popular treatment for caring for pets that have arthritis, chronic pain and other ailments. The efficacy and safety of CBD for dogs, cats, and other pets have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA only evaluates foods and drugs, not supplements like these products.
- You can find CBD for pets some pet stores, retail and at holistic shops.
- Buy CBD for pets online.
- No. Recreational Marijuana and Recreational Dispensaries Are NOT LEGAL in Oklahoma – The Article was Fake News.
- Yes, patients with a valid marijuana card can have up to 72 ounces of marijuana-infused edible products.
- First offenders caught with less than 30 grams face a $250 fine as long as the offender provides proof of identity and a written promise to appear in court.
- We do not give medical advice. You should always consult with a licensed physician before using medical marijuana in any forms.