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Get Your Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card

Getting a MN medical marijuanas recommendation with My MMJ Doctor is easy. Consult with Minnesota Medical Marijuana doctors and acquire your recommendation to possess Medical Marijuanas.

My MMJ Doctor : Medical Marijuana Card Minnesota

What is a Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card?

A Medical Marijuana ID Card is an official document offering access to possession, cultivation, and consumption of marijuana to patients who are suffering from any medical disabilities. By acquiring a Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card , you will get access to buy medical cannabis from the dispensaries near you at a low cost. Also, you can buy the best quality marijuana for your medicinal purposes. So, apply now and get connected to our practitioners, and get your card quickly.

Steps to get Your medical marijuana card in Minnesota State?

No In-Person Visit Required. Follow these steps to receive your MN Medical Marijuanas Certification.

Step 1

Schedule Your Appointment With Our Licensed Physicians

Firstly, you need to fix an appointment with our health physicians by filling an online evaluation form—all you need to fill in your details and answer few questions concerning your medical condition.

Step 2

Get Connected With Our Practitioners To Get Your Approval

Once you get connected to our licensed practitioners, you will have a video call session of about 10 to 15 minutes. During that session, you can ask any questions related to your health or medical marijuana. Based on your answers and health conditions, our doctors will provide you an online approval for MMJ Card. Afterward, you will receive an email from the Office of Medical Cannabis.

Step 3

Sign Up To Register With The State

At last, you will need to register with the state by following the link that you have received in your email. This link will redirect you to the state registration form. You need to apply, and within some time, the state will process your application and notify you of your approval and mail your card. It could take up to one month to receive your state Id approval.

Step 4

Receive Your Medical Marijuana Card

Once done with the whole process, it’s time to wait for the medical cannabis card. You will get your Medical Marijuana Card within 30 days. So, don’t think of heading to the state dispensaries immediately.

Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card Doctor

Why My MMJ Doctor?

We are a health care organization focused on making our clients experience the best use of Medical Cannabis. My MMJ Doctor is the online portal to indulge more people who necessitate marijuana concerning health issues and perceive them to buy Medical Cannabis from legal sellers.

Our MMJ Doctors are 24/7 ready to help people with specific problems and access marijuana for their health. We serve patients across different states who are looking forward to using marijuana.

What Makes us Special?

Minnesota is limited to a very few qualifying conditions when it comes to legalizing medical marijuanas. Check if your disability is in the list.


Easy Application

Getting Started is Very Easy, All you need to do is fill the appointment form.


Video Evaluation

Get Connected with our MMJ doctor and ask questions concerning your health.



You don’t pay if you are not approved during the Online 420 Evaluations.

What Medical Conditions Qualify for Medical Marijuanas MN

Cancer-associated with severe/chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or cachexia or severe wasting

Tourette Syndrome

Minor patients must have at least one caregiver at all times.

Seizures, including those characteristics of epilepsy

Sickle cell disease (effective Aug. 2021)

Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristics of multiple sclerosis

Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease

Terminal illness, with a probable life expectancy of less than one year*
Chronic motor or vocal tic disorder (effective Aug. 2021)

Minnesota cannabis legalization
(History at a Glance)

  1. Decriminalization started in 1976, during which the penalty for acquiring up to 1.5 oz of marijuana was considered a petty misdemeanor,
  2. In May 2014, the Governor of the state, Mark Dayton, signed a bill that legalized the use of medical cannabis for a total of nine severe medical conditions. The list included medical diseases like Cancer (with pain, nausea, vomiting, or wasting), Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Tourettes, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), a seizure disorder, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s Disease, or a painful terminal illness with less than a year to live.
  3. In June 2015, the registration process for medical marijuana distribution began, and the actual distribution started in July 2015. The Minnesota Medical Marijuana Act described that cannabis and its products are only available in liquid, pill, or vaporized form for qualified patients. It deluded the delivery of those products that do require the use of dried leaves or plant form.
  4. Intractable pain was added to the list of qualifying conditions in 2016 by MDH.
  5. Later in 2017, MDH also added PTSD to this list.
  6. MDH added Chronic pain and age-related macular degeneration in 2019, and these changes were implemented in 2020.

Minnesota Medical Marijuana Laws (Forms and Conditions to Use)*

A patient in Minnesota can possess marijuana only for medical purposes in different forms. People in Minnesota are not allowed to have marijuana for adult use or recreational purposes.

In May 2014, Governor Mark Dayton signed the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Act only for medical use. The Act authorizes the patients to use medical cannabis in limited forms and regulates the distribution and production of medical cannabis.

Well, marijuana can be consumed orally in different legal forms. According to Minnesota cannabis laws, a patient cannot do anything while under the influence of medical cannabis that would be considered neglectful or lead to professional misbehavior.

Under the influence of marijuana, a person may not:

  1. Operate a vehicle,
  2. Possess marijuana on a school bus or school grounds,
  3. In a correctional facility,
  4. Or on the grounds of any child-care facility.
  5. Smoke medical cannabis in any public place, including public transportation,
  6. Or, in any place where the smoke could be inhaled by a minor

Possession & Cultivation (Quantity and Penalties for Illegal Use)*

All the registered and certified medical marijuana patients and their designated caregivers can legally possess a 30-day supply of marijuana at a dosage prescribed by a pharmacist.

Those who are not certified as medical marijuana patients and are holding up to 42.5 grams (1.5 ounces) of cannabis may subject to small crime. Those are holding more than 42.5 grams of cannabis is considered an offense. First time criminals may ask to attend drug rehab, whereas the law does allow a fine of up to $300.

Also, Patients of Minnesota are not supposed to grow or cultivate marijuana as its strictly prohibited.

To Register With The State, A Patient May Need To Fulfill The Following Requirements

  • An email link of your approval from licensed physicians,
  • Your full legal name,
  • Your residency address( a residency proof can be a government-issued ID such as Minnesota ID or driver’s license) and phone number,
  • A government assistance plan Identity. It may include your Identity for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability (SSD), Medical Assistance, CHAMPVA, Veteran Affairs, Indian Health Service, or Medicaid Identity. You’ll be asked to scan your identity copy, and the required size is less than 3 MB. Medicare Cards are NOT allowed.
  • A credit card to pay the non-refundable Registration Fee of $89,
  • A report including, Patient’s Self-analysis, available in your registry account,

Caregivers (Age, Condition, and Sign-up Fee)*

If a patient is disabled, a patient can also ask to designate a parent, legal guardian, or another person as a caregiver to serve cannabis and acquire it at dispensaries during the documentation process. Also, a caregiver must be approved by a health-care practitioner. After getting approved, he/she can register with the state.

During the registration, the following may be required:

  1. Copies of birth or adoption certificates,
  2. Legal guardian documents,
  3. Or marriage licenses,

Also, a caregiver must wait for the patient to add the caregiver’s information to their account, which will generate an email to the caregiver, Once Added Follow the steps mentioned below.

Step: 1 Click the provided link and finish the registration form,

Step: 2 Provide government-issued ID,

Step: 3 Print, complete, and mail background check form, $15 check, and stamped self-addressed envelope,

Step: 4 Receives a verification email before choosing up or supplying medical cannabis

Important Note

Marijuana Laws have been updated in Minnesota.

Now, If you are applying for the first time you will have to visit the clinic after getting an appointment confirmation.

Clinic Address:
4833 Minnetonka Blvd, St. Louis Park, MN 55416



Check out for the most recent questions asked by MN marijuana users.
How Much Does A Medical Marijuana Card Cost In Minnesota?
The Minnesota medical solutions price list is $149. It includes the doctor evaluation and recommendation charges. If you are not approved, you will be backed up by a money-back guarantee.
Can I Grow Cannabis In Minnesota With A Certificate?
No, cultivation is strictly prohibited in Minnesota; even if you have a valid medical card, it does not allow you to grow plants.
What Documents Do I Require To Show The Doctor During My Online Evaluation In Minnesota?

A patient needs to fulfill the following requirements:

  • Photo ID (e.g., driver’s permit/license, state ID, or U.S. passport)
  • Proof of address, proof can be a utility bill, mortgage, rental lease, bank statement.
  • Medical records that can be a patient history, doctor’s notes, prescription information/history, imaging/scan results
Is Medical Marijuana Legal In Minnesota?
Yes. In Minnesota, Medical marijuana was legalized in 2014 when the state’s governor proposed a bill to legalize marijuana for medical purposes only.
How Much Quantity Of Cannabis Can I Possess In Minnesota?
In Minnesota, a patient can possess a 30 day supply of non-smokable preparations only with the physician’s amount determined. A patient can consume marijuana in various methods such as Oils, tinctures, pills, or a vape.

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