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Patients who do not qualify for a medical marijuana card will not be charged for their appointment.
Across the United States, millions of individuals are finding relief for a wide variety of conditions through the use of medical marijuana. These millions of patients now include individuals who have found relief using Medical Marijuana in Ohio. In June 2021, the Ohio State Medical Board approved the addition of 3 new qualifying conditions for Ohio Medical Marijuana: Huntington’s Disease, terminal illness, and spasticity.
Making an appointment with a qualified Ohio medical marijuana doctor has never been easier. Contact Get My Ohio Card today to schedule your appointment with an experienced medical marijuana doctor in Ohio and see if medical marijuana is a good option for you or your loved one. We also have a video on How to Get Your Ohio Medical Marijuana card, watch today! Whether you’re looking into having your very first appointment, or simply want to renew your Ohio medical marijuana card, we can help!
Once you have scheduled your appointment, we will send you a series of reminders to help prepare you for your appointment with one of our medical marijuana professionals. Bring any requested documentation to your appointment. When meeting with your doctor, feel free to ask any questions. Your doctor will be able to determine if you qualify for medical marijuana in Ohio and, if you do, can offer suggestions regarding ingestion methods and dosage.
*Note: The State of Ohio has approved Telemedicine for Medical Marijuana Doctor appointments in Ohio. Ohio’s law allows for patients to meet remotely with their medical cannabis physician from the comfort of their home. Learn more about our Virtual/Remote Appointments today!
After meeting with your doctor, if approved for medical cannabis, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy will send you an email containing your Ohio Medical Marijuana Card. In fact, in many cases, if approved, you can get your medical marijuana card from the Ohio Board of Pharmacy on the same day as your appointment!
In many instances, patients will be able to visit a dispensary and purchase medical cannabis on the same day as their appointment. Once approved and you have obtained your card, simply visit a licensed dispensary and find the product that best works for you! Remember, always consult with your doctor for tips and guidance on marijuana ingestion and dosing.
If you or a loved one is suffering from one of the qualifying conditions listed above, medical marijuana may be a viable option. Contact Get My Ohio Card today and schedule your appointment with a certified medical marijuana doctor in Ohio at TruReleaf MD.
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No Card, No Charge: Patients who do not qualify for a medical marijuana card will not be charged for their appointment.
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For every patient, the decision to qualify for a medical marijuana card has important financial and health aspects. What are the reasons an individual may apply for card rather than purchase cannabis without a card?
It cannot be understated how much regulation the state of Ohio performs over dispensary products vs. anything that may be purchased off the street. Cannabis purchased from an Ohio dispensary is extensively tested under Ohio Board of Pharmacy regulations, and the licensed producers invest heavily in quality control measures. Compare this to the unknown origins of black-market cannabis, which has recently been found to be tainted with dangerous drugs in some areas and the benefit of the regulated medical market becomes clear.
2) Dosing Options
Many patients find relief from their medical conditions through smoking cannabis. However, this route may not be ideal or appropriate for every patient or medical condition. Licensed Ohio dispensaries offer a wide range of dosage forms. These include oral drops, capsules, topicals and many others that can help you find the best fit for your lifestyle and condition. Visit the website of a licensed Ohio dispensary to learn more!
Of course, the top reason to obtain a medical cannabis card in Ohio is to comply with the law! Marijuana use in Ohio is still illegal without a recommendation from a physician. Why risk the monetary penalties of prosecution when a simple procedure exists to medicate legally?
At the time of your initial consultation, TruReleaf MD physicians ask that you bring supporting documents detailing your diagnosis or prior treatment to the clinic. Please also bring identification or evidence of residency in Ohio.
No, you will not have your medical marijuana card with you when you arrive for your visit. In fact, before you can be assigned a patient ID number, which you’ll need to apply for the card through the state Office of Medical Marijuana Use, a medical cannabis provider like those at our TruReleaf MD must qualify you and complete an examination.
Unfortunately, because medicinal cannabis remains illegal under federal law, no insurance provider has chosen to cover cannabis-related treatments.
We take all required steps to ensure that we are HIPAA compliant. Any personal health information you provide will be kept completely confidential.
Patients within the state of Ohio qualify for medical cannabis through their doctor if they meet the following requirements:
The activation email from the State of Ohio contains a link that is good for 90 days.
Yes. Once you click the link, you’ll create a login which can be used to access the dashboard at any time.
Currently, the state of Ohio permits the following forms of consumption for Medical Marijuana:
Yes, as long as you have a licensed caregiver. This caregiver, often a parent, must consent for the minor to use medicinal cannabis.
Edibles’ strength can vary widely, just like any other cannabis product, so always check with your medical cannabis specialist for dose advice.
Cannabinoids (CBD, THC, etc.) are taken into the circulation through the digestive tract when you eat edibles. The cannabinoids will go through a first metabolic pass through the liver during the process.
The effects are often more gradual and can last substantially longer because the process takes longer than other intake methods, such as smoking, and the metabolites are longer acting.
Individuals who have been diagnosed with one of the numerous medical marijuana qualifying conditions are eligible to treat that condition with medical cannabis. These conditions include, but are not limited to:
The following conditions have been approved for treatment with medical cannabis in Ohio:
Medical Marijuana Patient Success Stories
"Helps me relax. Need less opiates. Higher pain threshold. Helps my pain a lot."
"Cannabis is certainly been the best treatment for my condition so far without a doubt."
"If I feel that I may have a seizure coming on, I take C.B.D and it helps to stop my upcoming seizure."
"Needless to say medical marijuana has worked very well for me and I have really cut back on the pain relievers."