The fastest way to get your Ohio medical marijuana card or renewal online.

Allow our team of experts to simplify the process of obtaining an Ohio medical marijuana (MMJ) card or renewal online in just a few simple steps! Get your medical marijuana card or renewal online today!

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MMJ.com is the leading virtual medical marijuana card clinic in Ohio

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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How it works

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

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Step 1

Take a free pre-assessment

Find out if you qualify for a medical marijuana card in Ohio by answering a few simple questions. Once completed, schedule a virtual or telephone appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. After you are scheduled, please send a clear photocopy of your valid driver’s license to [email protected] before your appointment.

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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 or telephone appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. Virtual appointments last approximately 10-15 minutes.

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

After you receive your medical marijuana card recommendation, we will guide you to the Ohio 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 marijuana doctors have compiled a list of questions and answers. Commonly asked Ohio medical marijuana card and renewal questions can be found here.

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Visit a certified physician who can confirm that you have a qualifying condition for medical marijuana. The physician will create your profile in the Patient & Caregiver Registry.
Confirm and complete your registration for the program through the Patient & Caregiver Registry (see medical marijuana patient registration guide).

Certified physicians may recommend medical marijuana only for the treatment of a qualifying medical condition. Under Ohio law, qualifying medical conditions include all of the following: AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cachexia, cancer, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy or another seizure disorder, fibromyalgia, glaucoma, hepatitis C, Huntington’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis, pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable, Parkinson’s disease, positive status for HIV, post-traumatic stress disorder, sickle cell anemia, Spasticity, spinal cord disease or injury, terminal illness, Tourette syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and ulcerative colitis.
In February 2021, the State Medical Board of Ohio determined the following conditions are considered covered by an existing qualifying condition: arthritis chronic migraines and complex region pain syndrome. These conditions were determined to be covered by pain that is either chronic or intractable.

Yes. All medical marijuana patients and their caregivers are required to register with the State Board of Pharmacy. More information on this process can be accessed here.

A patient or caregiver registration will be valid from the date of issuance and expire one year later, on the last day of the month it was issued.

The following forms of medical marijuana are authorized: oils, tinctures, plant material, edibles, lotions, creams, and patches. The law prohibits the use of medical marijuana by smoking or combustion but does allow for vaporization (vaping). The law prohibits any form that is attractive to children.

Pricing

Transparent & affordable.

Our process for obtaining an Ohio 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 Ohio Medical Marijuana Card

$149.99

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Ohio Medical Marijuana Renewal

$149.99

Get your Ohio medical marijuana card renewed by a medical marijuana doctor online.

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Ohio Medical Marijuana Card Legislation

Signed in 2016, HB523 created the state’s Medical Marijuana Control Program allowing the use of medical marijuana for qualified patients with a physician’s recommendation. HB523 made the Department of commerce responsible for the rules regarding licensing and regulations revolving around cultivators, processors, and testing labs. The Board of Pharmacy was now in charge of licensing dispensaries and creating a patient and caregiver registry, while the Medical Board was to create and maintain a list of qualifying conditions while certifying recommending physicians.

Ohio Medical Marijuana Card Cultivation & Possession

Registered medical marijuana patients in Ohio can purchase 4.445 grams of THC in edible form every 45 days. Possession of less than 100 grams is a misdemeanor and carries a maximum fine of $150. Possession of more than 200 grams is a felony punishable up to one year imprisonment with a $2,500 fine. Prison sentences and fines increase as marijuana quantities increase.

Do I need an Ohio medical marijuana card?

Here are a few of the many reasons to become a state registered Ohio 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