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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program: A Guide for Patients

Dec 2


These are the steps to be sure to follow if your application is for the medical cannabis card Program.


You might be eligible to be eligible if you're a medical marijuana card resident who is diagnosed with at minimum one of the following conditions by a health care practitioner licensed by the program


  • Cancer*\sGlaucoma


  • Tourette's syndrome is a neurologic condition that leads to

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a type of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

  • Seizures like those that are associated with epilepsy

  • Multiple MS (MS), can cause intense and constant muscle spasms.

  • Crohn's disease and other digestive disorders that cause inflammation

  • You have a terminal disease when your life expectancy is less than one year.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), is a type of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

  • Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a type of obstructive sleep apnea.

  • Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that can affect people.

  • Chronic pain

  • Sickle cell disease could be described as a form of sickle-cell disease.

  • Tic disorder, whether motor or verbal * If you suffer from persistent or extreme nausea, pain, or vomiting or extreme cachexia, you may experience weight loss due to your condition or its treatment.



A physician assistant, doctor, or advanced practice registered nurse must first confirm your health before you can apply for the program.


  • To make an appointment you must contact your physician, an advanced practice physician assistant, or registered nurses to schedule an appointment. These are the only doctors who are able to confirm your health.

  • The OMC does not keep track of the people who participate in the program. You are accountable for scheduling an appointment with licensed health care providers.

  • The Patient Email and Acknowledgement Form is available for download and printing (PDF).

  • Please fill in the following fields for the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Forms


  • Please enter your email address to receive messages from your doctor. If you don't have an email account at work, you might want to create one prior to your appointment.

  • This form should be taken to the appointment and given to your physician.

  • Request a summary of your visit as well as a list of all medications you're currently taking at the time of your appointment. This documentation should be brought along when you go to pick up your medical marijuana.

After your appointment with your doctor, you'll receive an email from OMC that contains the following information:


  • Your health healthcare provider.

  • The Medical Cannabis Patient Registry's unique registration link.



You'll be able to sign up once you have received your certification email. Gather the following information before making the registration


  • State ID, driver's permit, or passport are examples of government-issued IDs.

  • You will need proof that you are receiving Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those transitioning to retirement benefits) Medical assistance, MinnesotaCare, IHS, Railroad disability, VA dependency, and indemnity compensation, or Veteran's disability benefits in order to qualify to receive the discounted rate.

  • Use a smartphone with a camera to capture/scan photos of your IDs.

  • The annual registration cost by check or credit/debit cards. U.S. Bank accepts any payment method.

  • You'll receive an email when your account has been approved. You can then proceed to step 3: Receive which is the final step of the process.



First, you must complete an assessment of your patient on your Registry account to buy medical cannabis. This form must be completed by the individual who is legally authorized to access your medicinal cannabis if you are less than 18 or have someone to care for you.


To get to the form, go to:


  • Log in to your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry account.

  • It is mandatory to submit a Patients Self-Evaluation each time that you need medical cannabis.

  • When you visit the Cannabis Patient Center, bring the details of your appointment, along with the list of medications you are currently being prescribed by your doctor.


At the Cannabis Patient Center, you will meet with a qualified pharmacist who:


  • Examine your self-evaluation and the practitioner appointment details, as in the list of medication you're currently taking.

  • Create a distinct prescription for the dosage of medical cannabis.


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