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How To Get A Medical Card In Texas

Book An Appointment

With KIF, you can schedule an appointment with a medical marijuana doctor in TX that is convenient for you when you prefer to see them. You can schedule a consultation with a licensed medical marijuana physician by providing us with a basic medical history.

Step 2

Consult With An MMJ Doctor

It is recommended that you seek the advice of a qualified physician for 15 minutes before using medical marijuana to evaluate your ailments and ask any questions you may have. Once the appointment has been completed, the doctor will fill out a form requesting your approval for the use of medical marijuana and submit it to the state.
Step 3

Get Approved

You will then be registered with CURT, the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas, once your proposal has been approved by a physician recommending your application. Once your application has been processed by the state, dispensaries will be able to verify your identity in their system and dispense your prescription to you in accordance with your requirements.


As a patient in Texas, you will have to re-certify your license every year by seeing a licensed physician if you want to keep it. KIF will contact you at least two months before your certification expires to assist you with setting up a renewal consultation with us.

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Marijuana Laws in Texas

Cannabis is illegal in Texas, the state in the United States that the federal government governs, for both medical and recreational purposes, even though low-THC CBD oil has been allowed for use as an epilepsy treatment since 2015. There was a delay in implementing SB 399, the Texas Compassionate Use Act, even though Governor Abbot had signed it in June 2015. The law is one of the most restrictive in the country. Some patients can get low-THC cannabis under this law. The low-THC designation is given to cannabis products containing at least 10 percent cannabidiol and less than 0.5 percent tetrahydrocannabinol. According to state law, low-THC cannabis may be used medically for various conditions. Cannabis is prohibited from being smoked or grown at home, and only products that can be swallowed may be used.

Medical cannabis cards will be issued in 2022 only to those individuals who are permanent residents of Texas, (2) who have been diagnosed by a licensed medical marijuana physician with a qualifying medical condition, and (3) who have received two separate medical marijuana prescriptions from licensed medical marijuana physicians to qualify legally for medical cannabis oil.

Becoming a Caregiver in Texas

A caregiver can become a caregiver in Texas without a formal process. If a patient needs assistance from a caregiver or legal guardian to obtain or use medical marijuana, they may be able to have their prescriptions for medical marijuana filled and supplied by a medical marijuana provider. Patients younger than 18 years of age can be taken into any of the licensed dispensaries in Texas by one of their caregivers or guardians and fill their physician's prescription for medical marijuana at any of the licensed dispensaries. You'll need to provide these details:

ID/Driver's License

Last name of the patient

Date of birth of the patient

The last five digits of the patient's social security number

Currently, only social workers and nurses are authorized to produce marijuana products for a patient or their legal guardian on behalf of that patient or guardian.

Benefits of Having a Medical Card in Texas

Buying cannabis legally is only possible through it.

Texas still prohibits adult-use sales. In order to be considered a serious offense, it is essential to have even a small amount of marijuana in your possession. The only legal way to acquire and use marijuana legally is to obtain a medical marijuana card through a state program.

Getting certified through CUP ensures that patients are protected legally and can access medicine safely. Medical marijuana cardholders can keep any amount of high-CBD, low-THC oil, and THC is less than 1% in cannabis oil.

Safe Products Are Available to You

The black market is likely to play a significant role in marijuana enthusiasts' decision to switch to recreational cannabis, which is prohibited in many states. The cannabis products advertised on this market and the market itself are not regulated.

A medical card lets you get safe, tested, quality medical products.

Get Helpful and Accurate Advice

The process of getting a medical marijuana card takes a few steps, and you will be connected with a licensed physician who will be to help you with your medical marijuana needs. Doctors are familiar with prescribing cannabis for various conditions at KIF.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It is currently illegal in Texas to restrict a person’s access to compassionate medical cannabis based on age. A parent or guardian must approve the application if the applicant is under 18.

The Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP) does not allow the smoking of cannabis in any form under any circumstances.

There is no doubt that you can only purchase low-THC cannabis from a dispensary that is licensed. Fluent, Compassionate Cultivation, and Surterra Texas have been included in the group.

It is important to note that medical cannabis patients in Texas are limited to a few options when it comes to dispensaries, because of the restrictive nature of the program in the state. Gummies, tablets, and tinctures are available for purchase.

To ensure that you make the best use of your treatment plan, we recommend that you schedule a follow-up appointment with your prescribing physician at least six months into your treatment to discuss your progress and make any adjustments that may need to be made.

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