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Getting a Oklahoma medical marijuanas card with My MMJ Doctor is easier then ever. Start by booking an appointment with doctor at the time best suited for you, and get diagnosed from anywhere in minutes.

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how to get a medical marijuana card in oklahoma?

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

Step 1

Schedule an Appointment

Booking an appointment is very straightforward. Click the button below, and fill up the appointment form. Also, You can pick a time that you deem suitable for the same.

Have any concerns for the same, let us know in chat. We will gladly help.

Step 2

Talk to the Doctor

Discuss your ailments with the doctor over a telehealth session. During your diagnosis, the doctor will ask you to describe your medical history in brief, check if your medical condition lies under the qualifying conditions to get a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma. After this 10-15 minute session, the doctor will approve you.

Step 3

Sign-up with OMMA

Visit the official website for Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Create an account and submit the required paperwork (i.e. ID proof, Medicaid or Sooner Care, etc.). Also, make sure to attach the doctor’s approval.

Providing resident proof is mandatory. Not submitting proofs may result in disapproval of your application by OMMA. (The Validity time for applying is 90 days. Afterward, the doctor’s recommendation expires).

Step 4

Get Approval

The Last step is, Waiting! Till you are approved.

Oklahoma medical marijuana Authority takes an average of 14 days to review a patient’s submitted documents. After approval, OMMA dispatches the card by mail. Once received, a patient can start making purchases from an Oklahoma dispensary.

Every card issued by OMMA comes with a validity period of 2 years(maximum). Once expired, needs to be renewed.

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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?

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

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

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Video Evaluation

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

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Money-back

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

What Medical Conditions Qualify for Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma

Unlike many popular states (that prepared a list of conditions eligible for the use of marijuana), Oklahoma did not provide a list. On the contrary, OMMA gave authority to the doctor to approve conditions that they think can benefit from medical marijuanas use. However, the conditions mentioned below supports the use of marijuana and are likely to get easy approval.

Chemotherapy Side-Effects
Fibromyalgia
Irritable Bowel Diseases (IBS)
Anxiety
Cachexia
Depression

HIV/AIDS

What is a Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card?

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card, otherwise know as OMMA Card is an official license issued by Oklahoma medical marijuana authority offering access to possession, cultivation, and consumption of marijuana to patients who are suffering from any medical disabilities.

Is Marijuana Legal in Oklahoma?
(Legalization History)

The road to the legalization of medicinal marijuana in Oklahoma has been through many ups and downs. The journey of legalization started in April 2015 when Governor Mary Fallin signed HB 2154, the measure to permit clinical trials on CBD Oil. This law also authorized the distribution of CBD oil.

3 years later, Oklahoma became the 30th state of the country to legalize marijuana’s use within the state boundaries with the enactment of SQ788 on June 26, 2018, with 56.48% approval (The measure received 507,582 votes in favor, 385,176 votes against). The following day, the first medical marijuana clinic opened in the state, though the laws for possession of medicinal marijuana were unclear to many.

Here are the three historical petitions filed for the legalization of Cannabis in Oklahoma.

SQ788: The first petition filed by Oklahomans for Health on April 11, 2016, with the Oklahoma secretary with an initiative to legalize the use of medicinal marijuana in Oklahoma.

SQ796: A petition filed on April 3, 2018, by Green the Vote for amendments in the Oklahoma Constitution. The initiative of SQ796 was to classify marijuana as a herbal drug. The foundation of this measure was to provide more protection to medical marijuana users in Oklahoma. To Amend Oklahoma Constitution, SQ796 required 1,23,735 voters in favor that the measure failed to gather on August 8, 2018, when Green the Vote submitted the petition to the state office Oklahoma Secretary. The act officially received 95,812 voters’ approval.

SQ797: Another amendment petition filed by Green the Vote to legalize marijuana for everyone who is 21 years or older. This petition stated that an adult to possess, use, grow, process and sell marijuana without any medical reasons. Just like SQ796, SQ797 lacked more than 20,000 voters’ approval.

Since both measures lacked the number of signatures required to make any changes in the constitution, the supreme court ordered to close both affairs on September 10, 2018.

Oklahoma Marijuana Laws (2020-21 Updates)*

June 26, 2018, the date of enactment of SQ788, is the date of establishment for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA), the regulator of medicinal marijuana in the state.

OMMA, in 2020, updated policies for regulating marijuana among medical marijuana license holders. These policies defined the limits of possession, cultivation, and forms of marijuana legal for possession.

  1. In-person possession – 3 ounces or 85 gms. approximate.
  2. Residential possession – 8 ounces or 227 gms. approximate.
  3. Concentrated marijuana possession – 1 ounce or 28 gms. approximate.
  4. Edibles – 72 ounces or 2,000 gms. approximate.
  5. Number of Mature Plants – 6 (budding stage).
  6. Number of seedling plants – 6 (Vegetative state).

OMMA has now legalized smoking marijuana which was restricted in the initial stages of legalization of cannabis in Oklahoma. A medical marijuana license holder can smoke in areas where tobacco smoking is authorized. However, even for a licensed user, holding marijuana on federal lands and tribal trust land in Oklahoma is illegal. Also, a medical marijuana card user is permitted to consume edibles anywhere. Apart from edibles, the use or possession of all the other forms of marijuana is illegal.

Document checklist for New OMMA Card Application

Mandatory

  1. Physician’s Recommendation Form,
  2. Digital Photo (for your OMMA card),
  3. Proof of Identity (1 Copy required),
  4. Proof of OK Residency (1 Copy required),
  5. Payment,
  6. Online Account.

Optional

  1. Proof of Medicaid/Medicare/Disabled Veteran Status.

Oklahoma Medical marijuana Authority has also shared a detailed checklist that describes the acceptable format for images, Types of State-ID accepted for residency proof and identity proof.

Penalties for Illegal Use*

Medical use of cannabis in Oklahoma for the past 6 years, on the contrary, recreational marijuana is not legalized in Oklahoma yet. Anyone found possessing, transporting, or selling is subject to a felony. The type of punishment in such a case depends on the amount the person is carrying.

AmountPenaltyImprisonmentFine
 1.5 Ouncemisdemeanor $400
>25 lbsFelony2 years – life$20.000
25-1000 lbsFelony4 years – life$1,00,000
<1000 OunceFelony4 years – life$5,00,000

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

OMMA has limited the number of caregivers for adult patients to one caregiver per person. Also, in the case of a minor, two caregivers can be assigned.

Conditions to be a caregiver

  1. Must be a family member, either a parent or guardian.
  2. Aged at least 21 years or older.
  3. Must be an Oklahoma State resident capable of providing documents required for residency proof.
  4. Must hold Oklahoma ID, Voter ID, Oklahoma driver’s license, U.S. passport, or other photo identification issued by the U.S government.
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Related Questions

Check out the most recent questions asked by OK Marijuana Users.
Does Oklahoma Accept Out of State Medical Marijuana Cards?
Oklahoma State endows adults with a temporary adult patient license that permits a person to consume legally, purchase, and possess medical marijuana. There are different rules for this policy; make sure you go through them.
When does the MMJ Card Expire?
The medical marijuana card has a validity of two years. Medical marijuana card people must renew their cards by visiting the OMMA site before their medical marijuana cards expire.
How long Does it Take to Get a Medical Cannabis Card in Oklahoma?
After applying, the application will be scrutinized and reviewed by the OMMA. If the applicant meets all the requirements, the approval letter and the medical marijuana card will be mailed within 14 days of application submission.
Does Oklahoma Provide a Temporary Electronic Card While They Send a Permanent One?
Well, unfortunately, the answer is no. Oklahoma State doesn’t provide any temporary card, and the patient has to wait for 14 days for the verification process.
Can I Renew my Oklahoma MMJ Card Online?
Yes, you can renew your medical marijuana card online in Oklahoma. Your recommendations will be valid for two years. Once it expires, you can ask us to renew it.

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