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How can you get medical cannabis in Ohio?

The state of Ohio has unrestricted access to medical cannabis program for everyone who needs it. If your diagnosis falls under the MMJ classification, then you are eligible for an Ohio medical cannabis card, which will be your ID for purchasing medical weed through specialty dispensaries.

The medical marijuana card in Ohio is issued according to the standard procedure. The simplest format is to get recommendations from a doctor through an online interview. If you want to get recommendations for medical weed in Ohio through the Dr. Weedy service, you need:

  1. Enter the data in a special form on the site;
  2. Choose a convenient time and method for conducting the interview;
  3. Have a 20-minute appointment with a qualified medical professional;
  4. After a medical consultation with Dr. Weedy, find out the result of the interview in 24 hours;
  5. If there is a positive decision on issuing the Ohio MMJ, your card will be sent to you by mail within 10 days.

After approving a medical cannabis card for an Ohio resident, the doctor’s recommendation is sent to the state’s Pharmacy Board. An email is sent to the card applicant’s contact email address with details for making a $ 50 contribution as a program participant.

Medical marijuana records in Ohio

A medical marijuana card allows any Ohio resident suffering from a debilitating or chronic condition to use medical cannabis by legally purchasing it through a network of certified dispensaries. Participation in the medical cannabis program allows the patient to significantly improve the quality of life by alleviating pathological conditions that qualify as treatable through marijuana.

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Benefits of getting MMJ card in Ohio

  • Access to online cannabis distributors in Ohio;
  • Access to a wide range of forms of medical cannabis;
  • Decriminalization of weed use and guaranteed protection from fines;
  • The ability to buy cannabis confidentially and legally.

Medical marijuana in Ohio

As of 2020, medical marijuana is legal in the state of Ohio. Legislative initiative HB 523 became a prerequisite for legalizing the therapeutic use of cannabis. Today, every resident of the state whose diagnosis falls under the qualifying conditions of the Ohio MMJ program is eligible to receive a corresponding card and freely purchase medicinal herbs through a network of certified dispensaries in the state.

According to the law, it is allowed to buy cannabis, but it is prohibited to grow it at home and smoke cannabis flowers in a public place. It is illegal to use recreational marijuana not for treatment, but for entertainment, although it is removed from the criminal law from the status of a crime to the status of a misdemeanor.

The decriminalization of cannabis in Ohio occurred in 1975. According to current regulations, possession of 100 to 200 grams of weed is a fourth-degree misdemeanor.

Based on the provision of direct evidence indicating the effect of cannabis on a number of pathological conditions, bill 523 was passed in the summer of 2016, which ensured the legality of medical weed throughout the state. The law regulates the rules of the medical marijuana control program in the state of Ohio. If you want to get more information about regulatory mechanisms and current procedures, see medicalmarijuana.ohio.gov

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Qualification conditions

If a patient wants to participate in the medical marijuana program in Ohio, they must have at least one confirmed diagnosis from the following:

  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cancer
  • HIV-AIDS
  • Hepatitis C
  • Chronic pain
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Chronic traumatic Encephalopathy
  • Epilepsy (convulsions)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Sclerosis
  • Parkinson
  • PTSD
  • Tourette’s Syndrome
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Spinal cord injury

Conditions for patients

If you want to become a member of the medical cannabis program, you must be a resident of the state and have a confirmed medical professional diagnosis that is included in the qualifying list. Patients under the age of 18 only get access to cannabis after a medical examination and with the participation of a parent or guardian.

Participation in the medical cannabis program is confidential. However, an employee of a medical facility or dispensary can always check the legality of your status as an Ohio MMJ patient through a special registry that only a limited number of people have access to.

If we discuss the discriminatory aspects in terms of the use of cannabis, then, according to the law, the landlord does not have the right to evict the tenant just on the basis of the fact that they use cannabis. There must be additional arguments for eviction. However, the law does not protect marijuana users from labor discrimination. A patient participating in the MMJ Ohio program is prohibited from suing an employer who fired them for using cannabis at the workplace.

Conditions for doctors

As of June 2020, about 280 doctors who have the right to prescribe medical marijuana to their patients are officially registered in Ohio. A medical professional is trained in order to become a member of the MMJ Ohio program. After confirming the qualification, the Ohio State Medical Board issues a CTR certificate to the specialist, which gives the right to prescribe cannabis to patients legally.

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Find a dispensary

By now, more than 30,000 Ohio residents have already received a card giving them the right to purchase medical cannabis. At the same time, the state’s dispensary network includes up to 60 operators, 47 of which are already authorized to work in communities throughout the state. You can see the addresses of all Ohio dispensaries on the map.

Medical marijuana card renewal

The validity of the medical cannabis card in the state of Ohio is 1 year, after which the card is either canceled (if the patient no longer needs cannabis), or extended at the initiative of the treating doctor. The extension is carried out in the same way as the initial receipt of the card. We recommend that you renew your card 30 days before the current one expires. The card will be sent to you by mail within 10 days after you apply for an upgrade.

Guardianship

Patients who need medical cannabis but are not able to buy it on their own (children, disabled people) are eligible for caregiver. According to the law, the guardian has the right to own, transport, and dispose of weed in the interests of the patient under their care. However, there are limits in the state, according to which a patient cannot have more than two guardians, and the guardian cannot serve more than two patients. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the limit was extended to three people for both categories.

The algorithm for getting the status of a caregiver is as follows:

  1. Register in the registry as a caregiver;
  2. Get the right to custody of a specific patient from the attending doctor;
  3. Make a registration fee of $ 25.

There is a rule for minor patients that only their parent or legal representative should be their caregiver.

FAQ OH

You will need to possess a valid Ohio state ID or driver’s license to apply for a medical card in Ohio. If you do not possess a OH state ID, you will instead need to be able to produce proof of residency within OH along with your out-of-state U.S. photo ID.
No. Only certified patients with a OH state Registry Identification Card may purchase approved medical marijuana products in Ohio state.

Contact a certified medical professional and confirm the pathology that grants the right to the free use of cannabis for medicinal purposes. After your doctor enters your application in the register of patients and caregivers, you can freely purchase cannabis through a network of dispensaries in your city.

The person who needs a caregiver is indicated as a guardian during the consultation with the doctor. After that, the doctor enters the cargiver's data in the registry. The status of a caregiver is activated after receiving approval from the Ohio Pharmacy Commission.

Underage patients who qualify for the Ohio MMJ program must have a designated guardian.

The easiest way is to fill out a form on the Dr. Weedy website and get a consultation with one of the specialists. This way, you are guaranteed to get a consultation from a certified doctor who will enter your data in the patient registry within 24 hours.

The link is available for 90 days from the date of receipt. At the same time, you can only go and pay the fee for it once. After clicking on the link, the system will offer to create a password for the profile in the registry of patients and caregivers. You can log in to your account at ohiomedicalmarijuanaregistry.com using your email as your username and previously created password.

The law provides two categories of participants in the medical cannabis program in the state of Ohio:

  • Terminally ill and their caregivers;
  • Other patients and their caregivers.

There is a limit equal to a 90-day supply of medical marijuana for the category of terminally ill patients and their caregivers. The limits are determined by the product release form:

  • 10 ounces of level 1 medical cannabis;
  • 6.6 ounces of level 2 medical cannabis;
  • 33.3 grams of the substance contained in patches, lotions, creams and other forms of external use;

11.7 grams of the substance contained in the form for oral use (capsules, oil, tinctures);

  • 65.7 grams of the substance in the VAPE mix.

There is a different limit for the second category of patients and their caregivers. It is equivalent to a 90-day supply of medical marijuana. The quantitative limit is also determined by the product release form:

  • 8 ounces of level 1 medical cannabis;
  • 5.3 ounces of level 2 medical cannabis;
  • 26.55 grams of the substance contained in patches, lotions, creams and other forms of external use;
  • 9.9 grams of the substance contained in the form for oral use (capsules, oil, tinctures);
  • 53.1 grams of the substance in the VAPE mix.

Depending on the medical form of cannabis purchased by a member of the MMJ Ohio program, the following limits apply by law for one-time purchases at dispensaries:

  • 0.1 oz of dried cannabis;
  • 295 mg of cannabis contained in the external form of application (lotion, cream, ointment, patch);
  • 100 mg of cannabis contained in the oral form of application (tincture, capsule, oil);
  • 590 mg of cannabis in a VAPE mix.

At the same time, the law protects patients who take marijuana from criminal prosecution.

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