Upon approval, the physician will issue their recommendation. Patients are responsible for adding this recommendation during the application process on the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) website. Ensure you complete this within 30 days following the receipt of your document from Dr.Weedy. For assistance, refer to the OMMA Application Process for New Patients video guide.
To finalize your application for an OK patient license, you will need to pay the $100 fee, plus a $4.30 credit card processing fee. However, the fees are reduced to $20, with a $2.50 credit card processing fee for patients enrolled in Medicaid (SoonerCare), Medicare, or veterans with 100% disability status.
In Oklahoma, where recreational marijuana remains prohibited, obtaining a medical cannabis patient license is the sole legal gateway to accessing the healing benefits of cannabis. This ensures that only registered patients and caregivers are granted the authority to purchase, possess, and utilize medical marijuana, providing a secure and lawful path to this essential treatment.
With an MMJ License, patients can legally possess up to three ounces of cannabis on their person and up to eight ounces in their homes.
Oklahoma law prohibits employers from discriminating against employees or applicants who are medical marijuana patients, providing increased legal protections for employees.
The MMJ Patient License in Oklahoma is valid for 2 years, providing extended access to medical cannabis. Plus, you'll get a discount for renewal of an expired Medical Recommendation from Dr.Weedy.
If you are not approved, we will refund your money. Dr.Weedy stands by your side to ensure a smooth and worry-free experience.
Registered OK patients or caregivers have the unique privilege of cultivating up to six mature cannabis plants and six seedling plants for personal medical use, offering greater control and accessibility to their therapeutic treatment.
Our system is 100% HIPAA compliant. All your information is secured and confidential.
Telemedicine allows you to get a medical card from the comfort of your own home. You can avoid traffic and long lines in clinics and receive an online evaluation.
Understanding and adhering to the rules and guidelines around medical cannabis consumption in Oklahoma is crucial. Dr. Weedy is committed to providing you comprehensive insights on lawful adherence and safe usage, enabling you to make informed choices regarding your treatment.
Provide proof of identity, such as an unexpired Oklahoma driver’s license or ID card, a U.S. passport, or other photo ID issued by the U.S. government, or a Tribal ID accepted by the Department of Public Safety.
Oklahoma residents applying for in-state medical cannabis licenses must provide evidence of their residency. Acceptable documents include an Oklahoma driver’s license or ID card, the previous year’s State of Oklahoma tax return, a utility bill for the calendar month before the application submission date (excluding cell phone, TV, or internet bills), a residential property deed for an Oklahoma property, a current rental agreement for an Oklahoma residential property, or other documentation deemed sufficient by OMMA.
When submitting your application, include a digital photograph. This photo should be in color and capture your full face. The background of the photo should be plain white or off-white. Please refrain from wearing glasses or hats in the photo. Ensure that your entire head and shoulders are visible in the photo, and it should be clear and not fuzzy. Providing an original digital photo is essential.
This signed document, obtained through our services, certifies your eligibility for a medical cannabis patient license. In Oklahoma, there are no specific medical conditions listed for qualification; it’s solely at the discretion of the treating physician.
Applicants may include the relevant documentation. Medicaid can be proven with an enrollment letter, while Medicare simply requires a copy of your Medicare card. Disabled Veteran status is confirmed with a letter from the VA stating 100% disability status. Make sure to have this proof ready before you apply.
Following your physician’s approval, it’s time to complete your registration with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, commonly known as OMMA. The next step is to pay the non-refundable application fee, which varies based on your status:
It’s essential to be aware of these limits and comply with them to avoid any legal issues. Unauthorized possession of marijuana is considered an offense under Oklahoma state law.
Becoming a medical cannabis caregiver in Oklahoma involves meeting certain criteria and obtaining a caregiver license. These licenses allow family members or assistants to buy, transport, possess and administer medical cannabis to licensed patients whom they regularly care for, regardless of their age.
Here are the key points to keep in mind:
Non-residents with valid state-government-issued medical marijuana licenses can access Oklahoma’s medical cannabis reciprocity program through a 30-day Out-of-State Patient License. However, prescriptions from out-of-state medical practitioners are not accepted. Non-residents must provide their state-issued license and a valid photo ID. The processing fee is $100, with an additional $4.30 credit card fee.
This out-of-state (temporary) patient license is available for all ages, with minor applicants requiring additional information from a parent or legal guardian. It permits the legal purchase, use, and cultivation of medical marijuana and products in Oklahoma. The license comes in the form of an identification card, including essential patient information.
Patients in Oklahoma with an MMJ license have the privilege to cultivate up to six mature cannabis plants and six seedlings, as permitted by state law. This allowance extends to caregivers who can manage the cultivation on behalf of patients below 18 years old.
However, several regulations must be observed:
Adhering to these regulations is essential for safe and legal cultivation.
Oklahoma recognizes the potential benefits of medical cannabis for veterans dealing with various health conditions and has established specific guidelines to facilitate their access to medical cannabis as an alternative treatment option. Here are the key pieces of information and rules concerning medical cannabis use for veterans in Oklahoma:
Dr. Weedy is dedicated to supporting veterans throughout their journey to access medical marijuana treatment. We deeply value and honor the sacrifices veterans have made for our country. As a part of our commitment to veterans, we’ve established various programs and discounts to make medical cannabis more affordable and accessible. These initiatives include subsidized recommendation quotas, allowing veterans to obtain their medical cannabis recommendations at a reduced cost.
To take advantage of the veteran’s discount, simply click here.
Dr.Weedy is dedicated to ensuring that individuals with disabilities in Oklahoma have equal access to medical cannabis treatment. We are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all patients, including those with disabilities. Here’s how we strive to make marijuana treatment accessible for people with disabilities in Oklahoma:
For those who qualify, reduced state registration fees may be available, potentially as low as $20 along with a $2.50 credit card processing fee. This benefit is applicable with proof of enrollment in Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare.
In Oklahoma, marijuana is legally permitted for medicinal use. Patients with a valid medical marijuana card can purchase and use marijuana for various approved medical conditions. Recreational use of marijuana remains illegal in the state.
After completing your evaluation with a physician through Dr. Weedy, your certification will be issued within 24 to 48 hours. Following this, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) is required by law to process patient applications for medical marijuana within 14 business days.
To be considered a resident for the purpose of obtaining a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma, you must be able to show proof of residency such as a state-issued ID, utility bill, or other official documents. There is no specified duration of residency required; however, you must be able to demonstrate current residency in Oklahoma at the time of your application.
In Oklahoma, owning a gun and having a medical marijuana card simultaneously is a complex legal matter that requires careful consideration. While the state allows both medical marijuana use and firearm ownership individually, the federal government still categorizes marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance. This federal classification creates a potential conflict with the ownership or possession of firearms.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has a clear stance on this issue. According to federal law, individuals who are unlawful users of or addicted to controlled substances, including marijuana, are prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition. Therefore, if you possess a valid medical marijuana card in Oklahoma, it's crucial to be aware of the federal regulations. Owning or purchasing a firearm while using medical marijuana could result in serious legal consequences.
Furthermore, individuals holding an SDA handgun license are expected to surrender it upon obtaining a Medical Marijuana Patient License. The OSBI provides a Voluntary Surrender Form for this purpose. SDA license holders identified as having a Medical Marijuana Patient License will face revocation of their SDA license.
Importantly, individuals in possession of an SDA Handgun License can reside with a Medical Marijuana Patient License holder. Federal law only prohibits the user from having possession of firearms.