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Apply and Getting your Medical Marijuana Card Online in Minnesota

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Fill Out a Registration Form

Begin the process by filling out the form. The form will ask you the basic questions that our doctor requires for a hassle-free evaluation.

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A Session with a Doctor

Our state-registered physician will review your form by appointment and discuss your health and medical history with you in order to understand if you actually need cannabis.

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Get Certification

If you are approved, the doctor will submit the certificate on your behalf to the program run by the state. Following this, you will get an email to complete your online application. 

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Complete the Patient Evaluation Form

Once registered, you will be required to complete your application to the Minnesota Department of Health and submit a patient self-evaluation form. Use your recommendation and form to buy cannabis.

A Thing to Remember: A cannabis card is given to you by the state and not by the Online Medical Card. The state fee is different from your doctor’s consultation fee. We charge you a doctor's consultation fee which will be refunded if you do not qualify.

About the Minnesota Marijuana Law

The state legalized the consumption of medical marijuana in Minnesota in 2014. The use of recreational cannabis is illegal in the state. Growing cannabis for medical or any other purpose is also illegal in Minnesota.

Patients are allowed to consume up to a 90-day supply. However, the amount will be determined by doctors in Minnesota. The registered patients are legally permitted to use medical marijuana in the form of gummies and chews. Minnesota does not have reciprocity, and it also does not recognize other states’ medical cannabis cards and programs.

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Medical Qualifying Condition to Get Approved

Here is the list of medical conditions that you are required to qualify for in order to get a medical marijuana card.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • AIDS/HIV
  • Autism
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease
  • Glaucoma
  • Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease
  • Intractable pain
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Seizures, including those characteristics of Epilepsy
  • Severe muscle spasms
  • Tourette Syndrome
  • Terminal illness

It is important to note that in order to qualify for the program, you should be suffering from cancer or a terminal illness with a life expectancy of under one year. And, if the treatment of the illness generates severe or chronic pain, nausea, severe vomiting, cachexia, or severe wasting.

Why Choosing Minnesota MMJ Card Doctor Is The Best Option?

Experience the groundbreaking benefits of medical marijuana under the guidance of our expert physicians.

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We Take Care of Your Data

Your medical history and personal information that you share with us are kept confidential, as we are HIPAA compliant.

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We’ve Been Rated the Best

We’ve been rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau for the commendable work we have done in the field of medical marijuana.

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No More Appointments Needed

Let’s say goodbye to time-consuming appointments and long queues. Simply submit the form online to renew your medical card, and our registered doctor will contact you for a consultation.

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State-Qualified Doctors

Our doctors are registered with the Minnesota Department of Health and would love to guide you with your medical marijuana needs.

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The Card is Valid for a Year

You can enjoy the benefits of the medical cannabis card for a year and then renew it on our user-friendly website when it is about to expire.

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We believe in Law

We are 100% legit, as we get you access to cannabis products legally. Our certified doctors evaluate you to understand your medical marijuana needs.

Caregiver Laws in Minnesota

If the patient is under 18, a caregiver can be assigned to complete the process for them. Caregivers should be at least 21 years old. They can help with the registration process and even the purchase and pickup of medical cannabis from the dispensary. A parent or legal guardian can be designated by minors as their caregiver. The parents or guardians should meet the medical marijuana doctor ahead of the certification. A spouse can also be designated as a caregiver, and he or she will be required to upload a copy of their marriage certificate to the state’s website.

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  • Easy And Fast Process
  • Free Evaluation
  • 24/7 Customer Service
  • No Need To Wait In Queue For Consultation
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee If Not Qualified
  • Your Data is Safe as We are HIPPA Compliant

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Frequently Asked Questions

Telemedicine is allowed only in the case of the renewal of a medical marijuana card in Minnesota.

No, Minnesota does not recognize medical cards from other states as it does not have reciprocity.

A 90-day supply is allowed, and the amount will be decided by the physician.

Growing cannabis plants is illegal in Minnesota.

You may buy medicinal weed products from a licensed dispensary legally. 

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