Meet With a Medical Marijuana Doctor in Mississippi

Well, this is awkward.

It looks like we are not currently helping patients in Mississippi to get their medical marijuana cards. However, you can take advantage of our Personalized Consults as a Mississippi resident to better understand how cannabis and cbd may be helpful to you.


How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in MS

  • STEP 1:


    When we're booking appointments in Mississippi, you will schedule an appointment to see a medical marijuana doctor in MS through Veriheal at a time that is most convenient for you. Provide basic medical history and book your appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. You will need medical records and the doctor(s) can approve any qualifying condition.

  • STEP 2:


    Consult with a doctor for 15 mins to evaluate your ailments, and ask any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. After the appointment is complete, the doctor will fill out a recommendation form for medical marijuana and approve you. Once you have this you can then use that to apply to the state.

  • STEP 3:


    Once you are approved, you'll register with the state and submit an application. The state will process your application and notify you of your approval and mail your card. Once you have your card in hand, you can begin purchasing from dispensaries.

    In Mississippi, patients will need to re-certify their license annually by seeing a licensed physician again. Veriheal will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.

The Status of Cannabis Legalization in Mississippi

Cannabis is illegal for recreational and medical reasons in Mississippi, USA, but under 2014 legislation the use of low-THC / high-CBD goods is permitted for serious seizure disorders. Small-scale possession was decriminalized in 1978. Only by order of a doctor licensed to practice in Mississippi and administered directly under the oversight of the doctor can CBD oil be procured.

Mississippi is definitely not a marijuana-friendly country, but for this traditionally conservative state there is a glimpse of hope for advancement.

Is medical marijuana legal in Mississippi?

Yes, but for patients with disastrous seizure disorders in Mississippi, only low THC cannabis is permitted. The Mississippi University’s Natural Product Laboratory is the only location legally capable of growing medical cannabis in Mississippi. To date, UMMC has been prevented from undertaking clinical trials on cannabis oil extract or distributing cannabis oil by federal documentation. Medical marijuana is still legal and can only be protected by skilled nurses.

Cannabis oil can only be obtained through the Mississippi University’s Natural Product Laboratory. Purchasing medical marijuana in Mississippi is still illegal.

How can I apply to become a medical marijuana patient?

First, you have to be a Mississippi resident with a weakening epileptic condition. You are needed to ask a Mississippi-licensed doctor for your medical records and a written document confirming your medical condition. Once all the appropriate papers have been obtained, you can apply for the card through Mississippi State.

Becoming a Patient in Mississippi

Under Harper Grace’s Law, a person may obtain, possess and administer CBD oil if they have a weakening epileptic condition or associated disease and have received a written order from a physician authorized to practice in the state to treat that disease.

The CBD oil must be at least 15 percent CBD (or a resin dilution containing at least 50 mg CBD per milliliter) and not more than 0.5 percent THC and must be used to treat a debilitating epileptic or associated disease.  That therapy must be in accordance with a written order given by a certified physician from Mississippi.

Application Process

There is no official implementation method; however, patients (or their guardian) must sign a hold-harmless contract releasing from legal liability the state and any of its divisions, agencies, institutions or agencies engaged in researching, licensing, prescribing or administering CBD petroleum.


The patient may also be possessed and given CBD oil by parents, guardians, and custodians of a patient.

Qualifying Conditions

Only CBD oil can be accessed by Mississippi. Qualifying circumstances in Mississippi to become a patient with medical cannabis include debilitating epileptic seizure disorders.

In order to engage in the clinical trial, patients must obtain medical suggestions from the University of Mississippi Medical Center doctor.

What is Low-THC Cannabis?

Low-THC cannabis may be eligible for low-THC cannabis in patients with cancer or a disease that causes chronic seizures or muscle spasms. Low-THC marijuana has very low quantities of THC and generally does not generate the “high” frequently connected with marijuana.

THC is the marijuana psychoactive element. In order to tackle diseases, Mississippi and many other countries only enable low-THC types of CBD oil. In the case of Mississippi, again, kids with intractable epilepsy are the only patients permitted to use even CBD oil.

Places to Visit in MS After Enjoying Your Medicine

Mississippi is a varied state filled with a broad range of attractions and destinations for tourists. Mississippi’s southern state is home to the waterway bearing its name, one of the country’s longest waterways. It also houses a lively culture of friendly individuals, historical buildings, hot coastal beaches, lakes, parks, and delicious Southern cuisine. Tourists can also enjoy sightseeing while passing through the state through the Natchez Trace Parkway, a picturesque path with many historic locations and picture-perfect views.


Like the town of Oxford in England, a well-known academic institution is also home to this Mississippi Oxford. Mississippi University, more frequently known as “Ole Miss,” makes its home in Oxford, a town that for its diverse, creative community calls itself the South’s Cultural Mecca. Lovers of history will appreciate walking through the Confederate Cemetery, hikers will love the paths in Bailey’s Wood, and all tourists owe it to themselves to take a tour of Ole Miss’s huge and historic campus. Other attractions include a farmers ‘ market, the Lyric Theater’s live music, and more of that delicious Southern cooking.


Because of its place, Natchez was the initial capital of Mississippi, located on the Mississippi River, across from Vidalia, Louisiana. It was named after the Native American tribe of Natchez and is now well known for its magnificent and well-preserved antebellum architecture, including the Longwood estate with its ornate dome top, and the Dunleith mansion with large white pillars on the veranda that will make visitors feel like they’re in a Gone with the Wind scene. Visitors can also check out Natchez’s Grand Village to know how in the 17th and 18th centuries the local Native Americans lived.

Arkabutla Lake

Located in northern Mississippi, just a 30-minute drive from Memphis, Tennessee, Arkabutla Lake is a lovely and remote place for a relaxing getaway into nature. This reservoir, part of the Coldwater River and formed by a dam in 1943, has hiking and biking paths around its shores, a beach for sunbathing, swimming and picnics, and a fishing pier for those who want to attempt their luck catching catfish, largemouth bass and crappy. There are also children’s playgrounds and some lovely campgrounds where visitors can park their motor homes or pitch a tent to stay overnight and wake up to nature’s sounds.


Former US President Grover Cleveland was appointed to Cleveland, Mississippi. It’s a stop on the Mississippi Blues Trail, with two city markers: one on Christmas Street, and one for the famous blues player W. C. Handy. Music enthusiasts should also check out Cleveland’s GRAMMY Museum, which celebrates Mississippi government artists and musicians. Cleveland is a charming little town with a railway industry history, and today it boasts a pleasant atmosphere, excellent Southern traditional cuisine, and brick-paved sidewalks lined with quaint shopping choices and local companies.

Data last updated 07/20/2020

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