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How To Get A Medical Card In Minnesota

Schedule An Appointment

KIF helps you schedule appointments with medical marijuana doctors in MN at times that suit you. Make an appointment to meet with a licensed medical marijuana doctor when you provide a basic medical history. A doctor’s approval is needed for any condition that qualifies for this program, and you must provide medical records.

Step 2

Consult With doctor

Take 10-15 minutes with a doctor to evaluate your symptoms and ask any questions that you may have regarding medical marijuana treatments. Be sure to ask your healthcare professional for a summary of your visit that describes what medications you are currently taking and your medical conditions. The information you provide here will be useful when visiting the Cannabis Patient Center.

You will receive your doctor’s Patient Email and Acknowledgment form after your appointment has been completed and if you are approved. After you register online for the medical marijuana program, the Office of Medical Cannabis will send you an email with a link allowing you to proceed with the online registration process. Only 90 days after the state link and the health care provider certification are valid.

Step 3

Get approved

Now you have the recommendation letter. You can apply for medical marijuana by registering with the state and paying the required application fee. If approved, you will receive the mmj card via mail in the next 2-3 weeks. Besides this, you will have a temporary card, using which you can purchase medical marijuana from the dispensary till you get your mmj card in the mail.

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Cannabis Legalization in Minnesota

With a 994-150 tribal vote, White Earth Nation voted to legalize medical cannabis. Now patients seeking relief from its many healing properties may enjoy the benefits of its consumption without fear of punishment, according to Red Lake Nation news. As the news source reports, six years after the state of Minnesota legalized medical marijuana in 2014, “the measure allows the Tribal Council to set their own rules and regulations relating to medical cannabis on the reservation, which would not be subject to Minnesota’s laws on medical marijuana, which are among the most restrictive in the country,” the measure permits the Tribal Council to set its own rules and regulations. Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News states that the state's drug treatment program has served relatively few patients for over four years, and many patients view it as too expensive. "It is unclear what form the program will take in the future, as some legislature members are advocating that Minnesota join the ranks of other states that allow recreational marijuana sales." The state of Minnesota and dozens of other states consider the recreational and medicinal use of cannabis simultaneously. Still, up to 11 states in the U.S. allow both kinds of marijuana in their areas, demonstrating that the practice not only benefits patients but also contributes to the economy. A public announcement was made in 2021 that the state would begin allowing patients access to edible cannabis products and cannabis flowers for smoking. Since March 2022, registered patients ages 21 and older can access smokable medical cannabis. As of Aug. 1, 2022, registered patients can begin to buy gummies and chews. However, patients must have completed a consultation with a dispensary pharmacist before they can buy this medicine.

Qualifying Conditions and Costs

To qualify for Minnesota's medical cannabis program, the following conditions had to be met: ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease Autism Spectrum Disorder (Meeting DSM-5) Alzheimer’s Disease Cancer is accompanied by severe or chronic pain, nausea, vomiting, or cachexia arising from an underlying condition or treatment. Chronic Pain Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder Glaucoma Intractable Pain HIV/AIDS Tourette’s Syndrome Seizures/Epilepsy Muscle spasms Sickle Cell Disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Muscle spasms that are severe and persistent Obstructive sleep apnea Crohn's disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases Under a year's life expectancy, terminal illness Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) An identification card or driver's license issued by a Minnesota state is required along with a qualifying condition. It costs $200 to apply for Minnesota Medical Cannabis. If a patient is enrolled in MinnesotaCare, receives SSI, SSD, or is eligible for SSI monies, the fee may be reduced to $50. Caregivers Patients can add caregivers to their Registry accounts, and caregivers will receive invitations to create their own accounts. As part of the application process, the caregiver will be required to provide the following information: their name, address, date of birth, and telephone number, as well as an official government identification document: a state ID card, a driver's license, or a passport, accompanied by a criminal background check conducted by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Caregiver applications cost $15 and must be 21 or older. For two years, caregiver background checks are valid. Adding a caregiver to your medical cannabis certification does not require the approval of your healthcare practitioner. A medical cannabis caregiver may support up to six patients at one time.

Benefits of a Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card

There are numerous benefits to having a medical marijuana card, but not everyone knows about them. Here are some of the reasons why Minnesotans should make an effort to obtain a medical marijuana card: Comprehensive legal protection Several legal protections are available to any individual with a medical marijuana card. Even though medical marijuana is a legal substance in Minnesota, several strict rules govern its use. The availability of different types of medical cannabis products requires a marijuana card for patients who suffer from health problems. Deals and discounts There's no denying that cannabis-infused products are fairly expensive, so you may end up burning a hole in your wallet if you purchase them. Discounts and attractive deals are best accessed by patients who hold MMJ cards, allowing them to obtain better products at more affordable prices by saving them from high costs. It is, however, only possible to receive such discounts at licensed dispensaries. Age is not a barrier. With the legalization of recreational marijuana use, the legal age limit for the use of marijuana has been lowered to 21 years of age. Nevertheless, medical marijuana is available to individuals 18 and older with an MMJ card; therefore, the age restriction doesn't apply. As an additional benefit of being an MMJ patient under 18, the caregiver can apply for an MMJ card on behalf of the patient.

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