Frequently Asked Questions

Medical Marijuana Card Online questions and answers

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Online Medical Marijuana Card and Renewal FAQ

What are the qualifying medical conditions to get a medical marijuana card in Texas?

By law, CUP is limited to Texas patients with:
Seizure disorders
Multiple sclerosis
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Terminal cancer
An incurable neurodegenerative disease

Is medical marijuana legal in Texas?

Yes. Medical marijuana in a low-THC form is now legal in Texas.

How long is the medical marijuana prescription valid for?

Your Texas Cannabis Clinic prescription is valid for 12 months.

What are the requirements to get a low-THC cannabis prescription in Texas?

Patients may get Low-THC cannabis prescribed if:
The patient is a permanent resident of Texas
The patient has one of the medical conditions listed above
A CUP registered physician prescribes
That qualified physician decides the benefit outweighs the risk
There is no age limit for prescriptions. Patients under 18 may need a legal guardian.
Getting a prescription:
The physician will enter a prescription in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT)
After, the patient or legal guardian can go to any licensed dispensary to get the prescription
The patient or legal guardian will need to provide ID and patient’s, last name, date of birth, and last five digits of their Social Security Number