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When did Ohio get a Medical Marijuana Program?

On June 8, 2016 House Bill 523 was signed into effect by the Governor at the time, John Kasich. HB523 legalized medical marijuana in Ohio, allowing individuals meeting certain requirement to obtain medical marijuana after receiving a recommendation from a medical marijuana doctor in Ohio.

What is an Ohio Medical Marijuana Card?

An Ohio Medical Marijuana Card is a government-issued identification card provided by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy. As mentioned, this card is a government-issued form of identification and is required to purchase and possess medical cannabis in Ohio.

What are the Benefits to Having an Ohio Medical Marijuana Card?

Improved Treatments and Quality of Life

For many patients, traditional treatments and pharmaceuticals have not provided adequate relief from their medical ailment or condition. As a result, more and more qualifying patients are obtaining medical marijuana cards in Ohio. Patients treating their conditions with medical cannabis have often reported much better and more substantial relief from their symptoms, as well as an overall improved quality of life. If you or a loved one are suffering from a qualifying condition and think you may benefit from medical marijuana, contact a cannabis doctor in Ohio today.

Ability to Shop at Ohio Cannabis Dispensaries

Possession of marijuana is a crime in the state of Ohio. However, once a patient has obtained a medical marijuana card, they are able to possess marijuana, as well as enter and shop at a licensed medical marijuana dispensary in Ohio.

Reciprocity in Other States

Some states actually honor other states medical marijuana cards. That being said, all state’s rules are different. Some states will only allow you to possess without it being a crime if you have your card, while other states will allow you to even purchase cannabis from their dispensaries. However, there are plenty of states which offer no reciprocity at all and may charge you with a crime if they find you in possession on marijuana, even if you have your Ohio medical card. Ohio, for instance, does NOT honor medical marijuana cards from other states.

Who Qualifies for Medical Cannabis in Ohio?

Patients in the state of Ohio qualify for medical marijuana through their doctor if they meet the following requirements:

Click here to learn more about qualifying conditions in Ohio.

Do I need to come into the Office for my Medical Marijuana Doctor Appointment?

No! In Ohio, Telemedicine has been approved for medical cannabis. This means that TruReleaf MD and our Ohio medical marijuana doctors can meet with you virtually, from the comfort of your own home! Contact TruReleaf MD today to schedule your virtual/remote medical cannabis appointment with one of our experienced and qualified doctors.

Who can be a Caregiver in Ohio and Obtain a Caregiver Card?

In order to become a caregiver in the state of Ohio, the patient themselves must request to their doctor that they would like a specific individual to serve as their caregiver. If the patient is under the age of 18, they must have a caregiver. The same requirement goes if the patient has a court-appointed legal guardian. From there, your doctor will create a caregiver profile in the Patient and Caregiver Registry.

The individual attempting to become a caregiver will then login to the registry and complete their registration. Then, it’s a waiting game as approval is required by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.

Can I Grow Medical Marijuana in Ohio?

No. In Ohio, medical marijuana patients are NOT permitted to grow and cultivate their own medical cannabis plants.

What Types of Medical Marijuana are Available in Ohio?

  • Flower/Plant Material
  • Tinctures
  • Edibles
  • Topicals
  • Oils

How Much Medical Marijuana Can a Patient Possess in Ohio?

By law, the amount possessed by either a patient or caregiver cannot exceed the supply needed for 90-days.

Medical Marijuana Doctor Near Me

If you or a loved one suffers from an ailment which qualifies for medical cannabis in Ohio, contact one of our qualified medical marijuana doctors today. Our doctors are standing by. If approved, you may be able to visit the dispensary the same day as your appointment!

Our Pricing

100% Risk-Free Assessment
No Card, No Charge: Patients who do not qualify for a medical marijuana card will not be charged for their appointment.

  • Initial Consultation: $150
    Schedule a telemedicine appointment to receive your medical cannabis card recommendation.
  • Recertification: $150
    Every 6 months, your medical cannabis card must be renewed to continue your medical recommendation.