Your Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma needs to be renewed every 24 months to stay valid. Let us explain why renewal is important, where you can renew your MMJ in Oklahoma, and what the renewal process entails.
MMJ Conditions in Oklahoma
A medical cannabis card, also known as MMJ card, is a government-issued card that allows you to legally purchase marijuana. Interestingly, Oklahoma has one of the most lenient medical marijuana programs in the United States, with no strict conditions that must be met to obtain a permit. However, it is important to ensure that you meet the following requirements:
You are over 18 years old.
You are a resident of Oklahoma.
You have a medical condition that a doctor deems reasonable for the use of MMJ. This may include conditions such as cancer, depression, anorexia, and more. There are no strict conditions for eligibility.
If you meet these requirements, you can easily apply for an MMJ card and renew it at many locations throughout Oklahoma, including Tulsa, Norman, Edmond, and many others.
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Why Do I Need an MMJ Card?
An Oklahoma state issued medical marijuana license (MMJ card) allows you to:
Buy and use marijuana legally.
Possess up to 3 oz. (84.9 g) of marijuana on their person, up to 8 oz. (226.4 g) of marijuana in your residence, 1 oz.(28.3 g) of concentrated marijuana, and 72 oz.(2037.6 g) of edible marijuana or topical cannabis.
Cultivate up to 6 (six) mature marijuana plants and up to 6 cannabis seedlings at home.
Purchase high-potency strains legally.
Keep your card valid and don’t forget to renew it on time. If your card expires, you will miss out on the opportunities mentioned above.
How To Know If I Qualify For Medical Card In Oklahoma
You must be a permanent Oklahoma resident
Be diagnosed with a qualifying condition listed below
Not sure if you qualify? We still recommend speaking with our doctor
How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana Card and How Does Oklahoma Medical Card Renewal Work?
To obtain a medical marijuana card, you first need to get a recommendation from an approved doctor. With Dr. Weedy, this process is easy; just follow these steps:
Fill out the application, which you can find on our website. We will ask for your contact information and current address.
Tell us more about your health and why you need MMJ.
Wait until we arrange an online meeting with an OK state-licensed physician to get evaluated.
Once approved you will receive your medical cannabis recommendation and be able to complete your application through OMMA. In case of disapproval you will have a 100% refund.
Upload your medical marijuana doctor’s certificate from Dr. Weedy together with photo, proof of ID, proof of Oklahoma residency as part of the application.
Pay the state patient license application fee: $100 + $4.30 credit card processing fee. This fee is nonrefundable, but can be reduced to $20 + $2.50 credit card processing fee with proof of enrollment in Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare.
In Oklahoma, you will receive your MMJ card after the state processes your application, which typically takes 14 business days (both for new and renewal patients).
The Oklahoma Adult Patient Licenses (In-State) are valid for two years.The process of MMJ card renewal is similar to applying, including the need for an updated doctor’s recommendation.
You must fill out a special renewal application, which can also be done online. Keep in mind that you need to update your card at least 30 days before it expires.
Here’s what you need to do to renew your MMJ Rec:
Go to Dr. Weedy’s website and click on “Renew My MMJ Card.”
Fill out the renewal application and pay the MMJ Rec renewal fee.
If your health conditions changed be sure to add these changes to the application form and inform the doctor during the appointment.
Go through the verification process and follow the next steps.
Within 30 days of being approved by Dr. Weedy’s physician add your renewed Rec to the OMMA licensing portal.
Log in to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority portal using the original email and password that you used to apply for the first time.
If your name has changed since you received your current license, you must also change your name in the licensing portal before starting your renewal.
Check the license number and correctness of all personal information that comes up on the screen at each step by clicking the SAVE and NEXT buttons.
Add your doctor’s recommendation from Dr. Weedy to your application and provide answers to all questions that come up next. If you select YES for Medicare or Medicaid or disabled veterans, you will need documentation as proof. Your application could be denied without it.
Pay the non-refundable state fee for license renewal: $100 with $4.30 service fee. a $4.30. Disabled veterans’ renewal fee is $20.