Schedule an appointment to see a doctor through Veriheal at a time that is most convenient for you. Consult with a doctor online for 10-15 mins to evaluate your ailments, and ask any questions you may have about treatment with medical marijuana in Oklahoma.
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After you receive an approval for medical marijuana from a licensed mmj doctor, you will register with the Oklahoma DOH, aka OMMA. You'll submit the information given to you from the provider along with some other details and pay the state application fee.
Each patient in Oklahoma will need to provide proof of residency to OMMA in order for their application to get approved. P.O. Boxes specifically will not be accepted.
Once you are approved and registered with the DOH, the state will approve you and your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card will arrive in the mail in 2 weeks. Your card is valid for 2 YEARS. Once you receive it in the mail, you can then begin buying cannabis legally from any dispensary in Oklahoma!
A patient of Oklahoma's medical marijuana program needs to re-certify their certification every two years. Veriheal will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.
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Watch this video to learn more about getting a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma.
The rollout of state-wide medical and recreational marijuana programs typically is a grindingly slow process that can take years. Not so in Oklahoma, which moved with lightning speed once voters approved medical cannabis in June. The Oklahoma State Department of Health is responsible for establishing regulations for the implementation of SQ 788. Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA), overseen by the OSDH, was established to administer the rules and regulations governing the medical cannabis program for the state.
On June 26, 2018, Oklahoma made marijuana legal for medical purposes. Cannabis in Oklahoma is now legal with a license and with cited medicinal reasons. Under SQ 788, an individual who obtains a medical marijuana license from the state of Oklahoma may consume marijuana legally and may legally possess up to:
There is no list of qualifying conditions, nor any specified criteria for patients to receive a physician’s recommendation. According to SQ 788, “The physician must recommend a medical marijuana license according to the accepted standards a reasonable and prudent a physician would follow for recommending or approving any medication.”
To get a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma, you’ll first consult with a doctor who is licensed in the state to approve patients for cannabis treatment. After the doctor approves you, you’ll need to submit the following documentation online with your State Application:
Once you get your card in the mail, you can begin purchasing cannabis legally from any Oklahoma dispensary. Your card is valid for 2 YEARS, and when it expires you will need to renew it with another consultation.
Patients in the registry who require assistance obtaining or using medical cannabis may designate an authorized caregiver only if the physician’s recommendation form attached to the patient’s application includes certification of the patients need for a caregiver.
Caregivers must submit the Adult Patient Caregiver Designation Form signed by the patient. A parent or legal guardian designated as a caregiver must submit the Minor Patient Caregiver Designation Form. Minor patients may designate up to two (2) authorized caregivers who are parents or legal guardians.
There is no application fee for caregiver licenses. Caregiver licenses are valid up to the expiration date of the associated patient’s license. The caregiver requirements are as follows:
Only patients, their designated caregiver, and authorized cannabis researchers, who are registered with the OMMA, and who hold a valid registry identification card, can legally possess medical cannabis. Patients, caregivers, and authorized cannabis researchers are permitted to possess up to:
Patients who elect to cultivate their own cannabis are limited to six (6) mature plants and six (6) seedlings. Patients may also designate a caregiver to grow cannabis plants on their behalf. Qualified patients are permitted to cultivate no more than twelve (12) plants total, with no more than six (6) plants that are mature at any given time.
Possession of cannabis for personal use is considered a misdemeanor. Individuals caught in possession of cannabis without a valid registry ID card who can show proof of an approved “medical condition” would be faced with a fine of up to $400.
Qualified patients in possession of a state-issued medical license are permitted to possess up to three (3) ounces of usable marijuana, up to one (1) ounce of cannabis concentrate, up to seventy-two (72) ounces of edible cannabis, and up to eight (8) ounces within a private residence.
Oklahoma is a wonderful getaway destination offering an excellent combination of historic, cultural, outdoor, and family attractions. You can go on an epic road trip along part of the legendary Route 66, admire the lakes and other amazing scenery at the state’s parks. Here are the best places to visit in Oklahoma:
Bustling and vibrant, Oklahoma City is chock-full of interesting attractions for the whole family, including some great museums. Families can have fun touring the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the American Banjo Museum, while history and architecture enthusiasts can head to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum and the Oklahoma History Center.
Art lovers will enjoy indulging their senses at the Civic Center Music Hall (for ballet, opera, symphony, and philharmonic) or admire the collections at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Red Earth Art Center. The whole family will enjoy Riversport Adventure Park for white-water rafting, kayaking, tubing, and much more.
Lawton is an interesting getaway destination featuring historic sites, scenic landscapes, and wide-open spaces where wildlife are free to roam in their natural environment. You can brush up your knowledge of Oklahoma history at the Museum of the Great Plains and then head to Fort Still, which is an active army fort dating back to 1869. The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge beckons all nature lovers – here you can see free-range buffalo, longhorn cattle, elk, and deer and enjoy various recreational activities including hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and repelling. You can enjoy a variety of live theatrical productions at the McMahon Memorial Auditorium or learn about local culture at the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center.
Edmond is located just north of Oklahoma City on Legendary Route 66, offering visitors a convenient base for exploring this interesting region. You can learn all about the Wild West at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, which boasts the largest collection of western artifacts in the country, and then watch a real live Rodeo at the Lazy E Arena. History buffs can go on a walking tour with the Edmond Historic Society and visit the Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum in near-by Guthrie. You can pay your respects to the victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum before lightening the mood and taking the family to have some fun at the Barnett Field Splash Pad.
Data last updated 02/14/2020