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How To Get A Medical Card In Illinois

Book An Appointment

By creating your account above, you will be able to schedule an appointment with a doctor through KIF whenever it is most convenient for you at a time that is convenient for them. To get approved for Illinois medical cannabis, you’ll need to fill out a medical history form.

You are welcome to get in touch if you need assistance setting up an appointment or have any questions. It would be our pleasure to assist you in any way we can.

Step 2

Consult With An MMJ Doctor

Completing this video telemedicine visit will take 10-15 minutes. The doctor will assess your medical conditions during this appointment, and you can ask any questions you might have regarding the use of medical marijuana. A medical marijuana recommendation form will be filled out after the initial consultation if you’re approved, and the state will then let you apply once you have this.
Step 3

Get Approved

You must register with the state and pay an additional state fee as soon as your application is approved. Once your application is processed, the state will notify you and mail you your card. With your card, you can start buying from dispensaries as soon as you get it.

There is a three-year validity period for your certification. Once that period has expired, you need to renew it by consulting with your doctor again at a time close to its expiration date.

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About Medical Marijuana in Illinois

Medicinal cannabis was legalized throughout Prairie State in 2013, with Senate Bill 862 being signed into law by Governor Pat Quinn. In August of this year, six years after the state's recreational cannabis sales were legalized six years earlier,, one of the top news sources on the cannabis market, reported that Illinois's recreational cannabis sales had totaled $300 million in the first seven months following the signing of Senate Bill 2023 by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.

The Lt. Gov. Julia Stratton was one of the first citizens who purchased recreational cannabis on the first day of sales this year, showing her overwhelming support for legalization. Upon purchasing the marijuana, she tweeted, "Too long, #cannabis possession has been criminalized and targeted especially for black and brown people in IL.".

Cannabis is now legal in Illinois for medicinal and recreational purposes for qualifying patients and everyday citizens, ending decades of discrimination against a plant found to relieve certain medical disorders.

Caregivers in Illinois

Registered caregivers are licensed to assist patients in purchasing and using medical cannabis. Medical cannabis can only be purchased and administered to patients by Illinois caregivers at least 21 years old. Driver's licenses and state identification cards are also required to prove residency for the caregiver. Providing fingerprints is also a requirement for caregivers to prove they haven't committed a crime. As a final step, caregivers must submit a photo with the application, which will cost $75 if the application is submitted with a patient or $100 if it is not.

To receive compensation for their services, registered caregivers may only serve one (1) patient at a time and are not allowed to get paid.

Benefits of medical marijuana card in Illinois

Save on costs

The benefits of owning a medical marijuana card can also result in savings for you at the end of the day. Even though Illinois medical marijuana applications cost money, you won't have to pay the same high taxes as recreational cannabis.

Access to a wide range of products:

Aside from this, several different types of products can be found, and some are designed specifically for medical marijuana patients.

Higher limits

The amount of marijuana that you will be able to buy will also be larger. In Illinois,

Law allows you to purchase marijuana every two weeks, up to a maximum of 2.5 ounces.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The minimum age to obtain a medical marijuana card on your own is 18, and you must be at least 18. Minors can get medical marijuana cards with the help of their parents.

Illinois allows medical marijuana to be used by children with severe illnesses like cancer. A medical marijuana card can be applied for by a parent or legal guardian over 21 on behalf of a child. Two doctors must certify a child’s eligibility for a medical marijuana card.

It’s a fairly quick process, and obtaining your temporary medical card will take 24 hours.

Consultations are free of charge if you are not approved. As a company, we are assisted by a network of highly qualified medical practitioners who are open to evaluating any patient to determine if they qualify for medical cannabis use. Our approval rate is very high, so you’re refunded if you still need to get approved.

An annual fee of approximately $189 covers your consultation with a licensed Illinois practitioner registered with the state, your medical marijuana purchase authorization if approved, and your consultation with a licensed IL practitioner. With the help of a friend or family member, you can get your cards for $379 each.

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