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Our proprietary medical marijuana card telemedicine software and website are designed to simplify the process a patient goes through to receive the required medical marijuana card recommendation or renewal. Our virtual clinic of medical marijuana doctors are here to assist you every step of the way.

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An easier way to get your state medical marijuana card or renewal in Hawaii

Step 1

Take a free pre-assessment

Find out if you qualify for a medical marijuana card in Hawaii by answering a few simple questions. Once completed, schedule a virtual appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor.

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Step 2

Attend your virtual appointment with a medical marijuana doctor

Log in to your patient profile from a mobile device or desktop and join your virtual appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. Virtual appointments last approximately 10-15 minutes.

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Step 3

Receive your Hawaii medical marijuana recommendation and apply to the state registry

After you receive your medical marijuana card recommendation, we will guide you to the Hawaii state registry. There, you will pay the registration fee (typically $50), apply to the state registry, and receive your medical marijuana card.

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Have a question? We have answers.

Our team of medical marijuana researchers and medical cannabis doctors have compiled a list of questions and answers. Commonly asked Hawaii medical marijuana card and renewal questions can be found here.

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (added effective December 19, 2017 as per the petition process)
Lupus (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
Epilepsy (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
Multiple Sclerosis (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
Rheumatoid Arthritis (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome,
Post-traumatic stress disorder (added effective July 1, 2015 as per Act 241, SLH 2015), or
“The treatment of these conditions”, or “A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following:
Cachexia or wasting syndrome,
Severe pain,
Severe nausea,
Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy, or
Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease.

You can apply for a temporary registration 60 days prior to your desired start date. You may request the start
date of your registration to coincide with your arrival in Hawaii.
Applications will be reviewed in the order received and registry staff will not be able to expedite any
individual applicant based on their travel dates.

Once your application is approved, you will receive an email notification stating your approval. You will then
be able to log into your account to retrieve access to your Hawaii medical cannabis 329 registration card. You
should save a copy to your mobile device and/or print and keep a copy for your use.
If your application is denied, you will receive an email notification with reasons for the denial. You will not
receive a refund. You may re-apply again with all applicable fees. This denial will not be considered as one of
the two terms you are eligible for in the calendar year.

You may apply, but keep in mind that your temporary Hawaii registration expiration date will not exceed the
expiration date of your “home state/territory” medical cannabis card. This applies even though the term may
be shorter than 60 days or than the length of your stay. This will be considered as one of the two terms you
are eligible for in the calendar year.
Please be advised that you will not be protected under Hawaii state law once your temporary Hawaii state
329 card expires.

In-State & Out of State Registered patients and caregivers are prohibited from acquiring, possessing, cultivating, using, distributing or transporting cannabis or paraphernalia in ALL public places. This includes (but not limited to):

Public Parks and Beaches
Recreation Centers, Youth Centers
School Grounds
In a moving vehicle including school buses or public buses
In the workplace of one’s employment


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Our process for obtaining a Hawaii medical marijuana card recommendation was designed with you in mind. If you do not obtain a medical marijuana card recommendation after your virtual appointment, you will receive a full refund!

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First-time Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card


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Hawaii Medical Marijuana Renewal


Get your existing MMJ license renewed by a licensed state provider.

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Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card Legislation

Hawaii was the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 2000 with Act 228. This law amended Hawaii’s Revised Statutes of Chapter 329 which specified qualifying conditions, limitations for cultivation, and also gave protection against prosecution for patients, caregivers, and the recommending physicians. While the state legalized medical marijuana in 2000, dispensary licenses weren’t granted until 2018.

In 2019 Hawaii decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana when HB 1383 was passed. HB 1383 allowed fines of $130 for possession of 3 grams or less of marijuana, while possession of up to an ounce carries a penalty of 30-days in jail and a $1,000 fine. Hb 1383 also granted a petition for release to drug-treatment programs of prisons convicted of nonviolent drug offenses. This allowed the expungement of those who successfully completed the program while convicted of possessing 3 grams or less.

In Hawaii, the Hawaii medical marijuana card is called the Hawaii 329 card, which is named after Statute 329, which was revised by the passing of Act 288. This card allows patients and caregivers to cultivate medical marijuana themselves, to possess cannabis, transport cannabis, consume cannabis, and to purchase cannabis from a dispensary. Hawaii also allows reciprocity for out-of-state patients and those who frequently visit Hawaii can also apply for a Hawaii 329 card as state residency is not a requirement. Out-of-state patients can qualify by visiting a physician or an advanced practice registered nurse licensed in Hawaii.

Hawaii Medical Marijuana Card Cultivation & Possession Laws

In Hawaii, registered medical marijuana patients & caregivers carrying marijuana cards can cultivate up to 10 marijuana plants if they have registered their intent to grow, and provide the location of the cultivation site to the Department of Health. Plants can only be grown at the home of the patient, caregivers, or another location under the control of the patient or caregivers. Plants must be in one location and tagged with the patient’s medical marijuana card number and expiration date. In 2023, caregivers will not be allowed to cultivate medical marijuana for any qualifying patients, except minors, adults without special capacity, or islands without a dispensary. Coming in 2024, home cultivation will be illegal following similar rules as caregivers in 2023 with exception to minors, adults unable to grow for themselves, or the patient lives on an island without a dispensary.

Do I need a Hawaii medical marijuana card?

Here are a few of the many reasons to become a state registered Hawaii medical marijuana card holder.

Medical Marijuana Card

Sales tax range from 0-5% in most MMJ states

Higher possession limits

Access to more dispensaries

Supervision of a medical doctor

Recreational Marijuana

Sales tax as high as 37%

Restricted possession limits

Access to less dispensaries

No medical supervision