Renewing your Connecticut medical marijuana certificate with Dr.Weedy is the savvy choice for maintaining uninterrupted access to your vital medical cannabis. Our straightforward online renewal process offers convenience and ensures legal compliance. Renewing your certificate with us is easy and efficient. Our user-friendly platform empowers you to complete the renewal application from the comfort of your own home, saving you time and effort. Say farewell to long waits and the inconvenience of traditional doctor's visits. Our licensed doctors are dedicated to delivering prompt and professional evaluations, ensuring your healthcare needs are addressed with the utmost care.
Access your DAS Business Network account using the e-mail address and password you established during the registration process. Provide the office with the required documentation, and before submitting your application, ensure that all the information there is correct and up to date.
In alignment with state regulations, registered medical marijuana patients and caregivers in Connecticut are legally authorized to purchase, possess, and carry a one-month supply of medicinal cannabis, which is defined as up to 5 oz of cannabis flower per month or as prescribed by practitioner.
If you are 18 to 20 years of age in Connecticut and possess an MMJ Certificate, you can legally use and purchase cannabis products.
Your medical cannabis card remains valid for one year. Rest assured that Dr.Weedy will proactively remind you in advance of the upcoming MMJ renewal, while also offering you an exclusive discount for the renewal process.
Our system is 100% HIPAA compliant. All your information is secured and confidential.
Even if you don't get a doctor's approval or just change your mind, be sure that you will get your money back.
The renewal process for your medical marijuana card in Connecticut can be initiated up to 30 days before the expiration date of your current registration. Your qualifying patient's registration is valid for up to one year from the date of the physician, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse's written certification. For example, if your certification date is October 1, 2022, your registration will expire on October 1, 2023.
It's important to note that the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) does not send out reminders for recertification. Therefore, we recommend to monitor the alerts from Dr.Weedy.
We advise starting the renewal process well in advance to ensure a seamless transition. The renewal process is similar to the one you underwent for your original registration. Upon approval by the Program, recertified patients and caregivers will be issued new identification cards. Remember, the expiration date is indicated on the front of your card.
Yes, there is a fee associated with the renewal process. The recertification process involves an online consultation where a doctor will re-examine your medical condition. This consultation requires payment. However, Dr.Weedy values its patients and offers a renewal discount to make the process more accessible.
It's important to note that, as of July 1, 2023, the state registration fee for the renewal process has been eliminated. Previously, patients were required to pay an additional $100 registration fee to the state. With this recent change, you will no longer need to make this payment, contributing to a more affordable renewal experience.