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Benefits of getting a MMJ card in Missouri

8x purchase and possession limit benefit

Higher possession limit

With MMJ Card
60-day supply (12 oz), or more with certification
Without card
Up to 3 oz of dried, processed marijuana or its equivalent
8x purchase and possession limit benefit

Higher purchase limit

With MMJ Card
Up to 6 oz of dried, processed marijuana or its equivalent within a 30-day period
Without card
Up to 3 oz in a single transaction
Access to cannabis from 18 y.o benefit

No age limit

With MMJ Card
Accessible from age 18 or with a caregiver
Without card
Recreational use restricted to age 21+
Variety of choice benefit

Employee protections

With MMJ Card
Increased legal protections for employees
Without card
No protections
Lower taxes benefit

Lower taxes

With MMJ Card
4% state tax
Without card
6% state tax, extra 3% local sales tax
Legal protections benefit

Legal protection

With MMJ Card
Patients are generally subject to more lenient punishments
Without card
Subject to standard legal consequences

Get your medical cannabis card in 4 easy steps

Get your medical cannabis card in 4 easy steps
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Apply on our website

Complete a short, confidential questionnaire to initiate the evaluation process. Proceed with your order by completing the secure payment process.

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Consult a physician online

Schedule a 15-minute virtual consultation with a qualified physician who will evaluate your condition and determine if medical marijuana is an appropriate treatment for you.

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Register and apply on the MMMP Portal

Upon approval, create your patient account on the department’s secure electronic registration portal. Fill out the provided form accurately, submit your adult patient application. Pay the $26.50 state application fee for your Patient ID card to finalize your registration.

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Obtain your medical cannabis card

Log in to and download your MO medical card. Keep a digital copy of your ID card on your device and print it for your records, as physical cards will not be provided by the Department of Health and Senior Services.

Qualifying conditions in Missouri: your path to relief with a medical card

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Intractable migraines unresponsive to other treatment
  • A chronic medical condition that causes severe, persistent pain or persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to those associated with multiple sclerosis, seizures, Parkinson’s disease and Tourette’s syndrome
  • Debilitating psychiatric disorders, including, but not limited to, post-traumatic stress disorder, if diagnosed by a state-licensed psychiatrist
  • Human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • A chronic medical condition that is normally treated with a prescription medication that could lead to physical or psychological dependence, when a physician determines that medical use of marijuana could be effective in treating that condition and would serve as a safer alternative to the prescription medication
  • A terminal illness
  • In the professional judgment of a physician, any other chronic, debilitating or other medical condition, including, but not limited to, hepatitis C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, Huntington’s disease, autism, neuropathies, sickle cell anemia, agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, cachexia, and wasting syndrome
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Possession limits for medical cannabis patients in Missouri

Medical cannabis patients in Missouri enjoy certain privileges when it comes to possession limits, providing them access to an adequate supply for their therapeutic needs. 

According to Article XIV regulations, individuals holding an approved Patient ID card or a Caregiver ID card acting on behalf of a licensed patient have the privilege of purchasing up to 6 ounces of dried, processed marijuana or its equivalent within a 30-day timeframe. However, there’s flexibility in these limits. If a physician or nurse practitioner certifies a patient for a greater amount, the patient or caregiver can possess up to a 60-day supply, which equates to 12 ounces, unless the certifying medical professional authorizes more than 6 ounces in 30 days.

For qualifying patients needing amounts exceeding 6 ounces, their certifying physician or nurse practitioner can determine a higher limit based on compelling reasons and certify this on the official certification form. Importantly, only one certification form is necessary, irrespective of whether the recommended amount is 6 ounces or a higher specified limit. This flexibility allows patients to access an appropriate supply tailored to their medical needs, ensuring a seamless and effective therapeutic experience.

Cultivation and responsible use of medical cannabis in Missouri

To ensure responsible and secure patient cultivation, Missouri has established specific regulations that qualifying patients must adhere to:


  1. Cultivation area:
  • All qualifying patient cultivation must occur in a secured, enclosed facility.
  • The facility should be equipped with security devices that allow access only to the qualifying patient or their primary caregiver.


  1. Cultivation limits:
  • A single qualifying patient is allowed to cultivate up to six flowering marijuana plants, six nonflowering marijuana plants (over 14 inches tall), and six clones (plants under 14 inches tall) simultaneously in a single, enclosed locked area.
  • Two qualifying patients, both possessing valid cultivation ID cards, may share one enclosed, locked area.
  • The shared facility may contain up to 12 flowering marijuana plants, 12 nonflowering plants, and 12 clones. However, if one of the qualifying patients, acting as a primary caregiver, holds a cultivation ID card for another patient, they may cultivate an additional six flowering marijuana plants, six nonflowering plants, and six clones, bringing the total to 18 of each in a single, enclosed locked facility.


  1. Labeling requirements:
  • All cultivated flowering plants must be clearly labeled with the qualifying patient’s name.


  1. Display of DHSS-issued cultivation authorization:
  • The DHSS-issued cultivation authorization must be visibly displayed within the enclosed cultivation area.
  • The authorization should list the name of the qualifying patient or primary caregiver and the address of the facility authorized for marijuana cultivation.


  1. Card validity:

A patient cultivation identification card remains valid as long as the qualifying patient’s identification card is valid, up to three years from its date of issuance.

Caregiver responsibilities in Missouri

In Missouri, primary caregivers hold significant responsibilities in supporting certified patients with the proper use and oversight of medical cannabis. Here are the key points to understand:

  1. Definition of a primary caregiver:
  • At least 21 years old.
  • Responsible for managing the well-being of a Qualified Patient.
  • Designated by the qualified patient on the primary caregiver’s application or in written notification to the Department.
  1. Authorization and duties:
  • Authorized by the qualified patient to purchase and possess marijuana.
  • May be authorized to cultivate medical marijuana plants on behalf of the qualified patient.
  1. Limitations on caregivers:
  • An individual can be a licensed caregiver for up to six (6) separate patients and therefore hold up to six (6) caregiver ID cards.
  • Only legal guardians or parents of a licensed minor patient may serve as their licensed caregiver. The legal guardian or parent completing the Parental/Legal Consent Form must serve as the qualified patient’s primary caregiver.
  1. Number of designated caregivers:
  • Patients can designate up to two caregivers.
  1. Documentation for caregiver ID card application:
  • Requires a legible copy of the primary caregiver’s government-issued photo identification.
  • A clear, color digital photo showing the applicant’s face.
  • Submission of a completed patient authorization form or written consent of the parent or legal guardian serving as the primary caregiver.

Understanding and adhering to these responsibilities is essential for caregivers to provide the necessary support to patients while remaining compliant with Missouri’s medical cannabis regulations.

Medical marijuana reciprocity and access for non-residents in Missouri

Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Regulatory Program (MMRP) does not currently offer reciprocity with other state medical marijuana programs. This means that individuals licensed in another state do not automatically qualify for a medical marijuana license in Missouri.

Despite the lack of reciprocity, Missouri’s medical marijuana program stands out by not mandating proof of residency within the state. While the program requires various pieces of information for application, current residency in Missouri is not a prerequisite. This unique approach offers flexibility for individuals seeking access to medical marijuana in Missouri, regardless of their current state of residence.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for medical patients in Missouri?

To qualify for a medical cannabis certification in Missouri, patients must meet several requirements:

Age: To be eligible for a medical cannabis certification in Missouri, patients must be at least 18 years old. For patients under 18, a parent or legal guardian, aged at least 21, can act as their caregiver and apply on their behalf.

Residency Requirement: Effective from December 8, 2022, applicants are no longer required to provide proof of Missouri residency.

Medical Condition: Patients seeking a medical card must have a qualifying medical condition as outlined by Missouri law.

Physician’s Certification: All applications require an MD, DO, or nurse practitioner certification issued within the last 30 days, submitted on behalf of the qualifying patient. This certification confirms that the patient has a qualifying medical condition as defined by Missouri law.

Patient Registry and Certification: Once certified by a qualified medical professional, patients must complete the application process through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) online portal. The patient’s information and physician certification are submitted to the DHSS, and upon approval, the patient is added to the state’s medical cannabis registry. The certification is an essential component for legal access to medical cannabis in Missouri.

How long are medical marijuana ID cards valid in Missouri?

Medical marijuana ID cards in Missouri are valid for a period of three years for applications processed on or after December 8, 2022. Upon the next approved renewal after this date, the ID cards will also be valid for three years.

How long does it take to get approved for a Missouri medical marijuana card?

Once your application is submitted to the state and in the queue, the approval process typically takes around 30 days. If you receive a confirmation email with an application reference code or ID number, your application has been submitted and is awaiting processing. However, if you do not receive this confirmation and your application status remains “open” in the application portal, it indicates that the application has not yet been submitted.

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