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How do I get a medical marijuana card in Missouri?

Oct 14


A lot of residents are interested in how to access medical marijuana dispensaries located in St. Louis. It's simple and easy to get a medical marijuana card. After you have obtained the card, you are able to apply it to any dispensary to get marijuana. To get a medical marijuana card in Missouri then you must do the following:

Figure out if you qualify

If you want to be considered medical marijuana patient within the state, you have to be a resident of the state and meet one of the approximately 200 qualifying conditions. Patients below 18 years old are not eligible. However, those over 65 may be treated but are not able to receive prescribed drugs, such as ones that can affect judgment and coordination, among others. It is important that caregivers are responsible adults who are in good health mental to show compassion towards patients.

Show state residency

You must provide proof of where you live and the length of time you've been living in Missouri if you want your registration as a voter to be accepted by the state. This can be done using one of the following: an identification card that shows your current address; motor vehicle registration for any vehicles that are registered under your name at the moment or your most recent bill that was due within 60 calendar days prior to the date you submit application materials. If nothing else works, then bring documents like recent utility bills delivered while you were there. But again, ask first prior to making any decisions.

Qualify a medical condition

The victory of Amendment 2 in Missouri has been a win for people who wanted to see their healthcare choices expanded. Although the list includes several liberal conditions that would have impeded access to medical marijuana for conservative residents, they still approved it with overwhelming support from moderates and liberals. Here are the qualifying conditions:

  • Glaucoma

  • Cancer

  • Epilepsy

  • Chronic pain

  • Intractable migraines

  • HIV or AIDS

  • Chronic muscle spasms

  • Hepatitis C

  • Debilitating psychiatric conditions

  • Crohn's disease

  • Neuropathy

  • ALS

  • Huntington's disease

  • Autism

  • Inflammatory intestinal disease

  • Alzheimer's

  • Wasting syndrome

  • Cachexia

  • Anemia due to sickle cell disease

  • Any terminal illness

  • Other chronic, crippling medical conditions,

  • A chronic condition that may cause dependence

After getting qualified

Once you have been qualified once you have been certified, you'll need to undergo a marijuana evaluation. If your family physician is certified, they can help you through an evaluation. If not, you can find other licensed physicians within the state.

Apply to get Missouri MMJ patient ID

After getting a recommendation from the Missouri doctor, you need to visit the state's website and fill out the form. You must complete the application within 30 days of getting your recommendation. The state will have thirty days to accept the application once you have submitted it. After that, you might receive an email with corrections; in that case, you must respond within 10 days. Once you have been approved, you'll be sent an email with the patient ID that you can print and use.

It is all that is needed to obtain a medical marijuana card in Missouri and to use it at the dispensary.

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