Missouri Medical Marijuana Card
In order to purchase and use cannabis for health problems, all patients must get a legal medical marijuana card in Missouri.
Join over 15,000 Missouri residents and get your Missouri medical marijuana recommendation from a licensed physician at Green Health Docs.
We offer risk-free MMJ card certification. If you don’t qualify, we refund 100% of your money.
Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri
Step 1: Set up an appointment with a licensed Missouri physician by calling or texting 1-877-242-0362 or schedule an evaluation for Missouri marijuana card online. You can also receive your card in person at any of our Missouri marijuana doctor offices.
Step 2: Come in for your appointment to one of Missouri clinics or get certified via telemedicine. Once our doctor sees you, you will receive an official medical marijuana recommendation that will allow you to get a medical marijuana card in Missouri.
Step 3: Send the completed paperwork to the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services and receive your Missouri marijuana card. (We help you with this)
Book your Missouri marijuana card certification. Call us at 1-877-242-0362 if you need help.
Green Health Docs has several medical cannabis certification clinics conveniently located throughout Missouri as well as telemedicine (video chat):
Green Health Docs also offers online evaluations throughout the entire state of Missouri. Schedule your appointment for an online evaluation on our Missouri medical marijuana card online page.
You must be a resident in the state of MO to get your Missouri marijuana card. At this time, the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is not allowing out of state patients to qualify. If that changes, we will keep you up to date on any new developments via our Facebook page.
You must be 18 years of age or older to become a legal Missouri marijuana card holder.
ANY CONDITION may qualify you for medical card. Some of the common qualifying conditions are depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain as well as the following:
6. Any terminal illness;
7. Certain severe psychiatric disorders like PTSD, if diagnosed by a certified psychiatrist. PTSD must be diagnosed by a psychiatrist. Other mental health conditions do not have to be diagnosed by a psychiatrist.
8. Conditions that cause extreme pain or muscle spasms, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Tourette syndrome.
9. Any chronic condition commonly treated with addictive pharmaceuticals, if a doctor concludes that marijuana would provide a safer, effective alternative.
10. Additional qualifying conditions may include Alzheimer’s, ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), autism, cachexia, wasting syndrome, Crohn’s disease, hepatitis C, Huntington’s, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Inflammatory bowel disease, sickle cell anemia, and various neuropathies.
Medical documentation is not required but if you do have it, it is helpful!
To get your medical card in Missouri, you will need to gather proof of medical issues & bring it along with your Missouri ID to your evaluation. Proof includes ANY of the following:
- pill bottles
- medical records
- office visit notes
- letter/note from your doctor
- X-ray (radiographic) reports
Request an evaluation appointment online using our Missouri Online option or schedule an appointment at any of our Missouri clinics. You can also walk in to any location during normal business hours and we will be happy to see you.
A certified doctor will review your medical records, perform a physical exam, and determine if you qualify for a medical card in Missouri. Starting July 4, 2019, you can apply for an identification card from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). Once your application is approved and you receive your medical card, you may purchase medical marijuana from Missouri state-licensed dispensaries.
Here are a few important resources for patients (or family of patients) hoping to obtain a medical card in Missouri or learn more about using cannabis for medicinal purposes:
- Common Qualifying Conditions
- How to Register as a Missouri Medical Marijuana Patient
- Missouri Medical Marijuana FAQs: 5 Questions Answered
- Can Someone With A Criminal Record Get a Missouri Medical Marijuana Card?
- Medical Marijuana is Legal in Missouri. What’s Next?
- Becoming a Missouri Medical Marijuana Patient Caregiver
- Growing Missouri Medical Marijuana At Home
- Is CBD or THC Better for Your Condition?
- How to Minimize the Adverse Effects of Cannabis
- Medical Marijuana Dosing
- Opioids vs Medical Marijuana
- Medical Marijuana Drug Interactions: A Cannabis Doctor’s Perspective
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will Missouri medical marijuana patients’ registration status be made publicly available?
Will Missouri accept a medical card from another state?
Will minors be allowed to become legal cannabis patients in the state of Missouri?
Can I grow my own cannabis in Missouri?
Can I go to the pharmacy to fill my medical marijuana prescription?
Where can I obtain medical marijuana in Missouri?
Can I fax my medical records to you so that they can be viewed by the doctor at the time of my medical marijuana evaluation?
What does a Missouri medical marijuana card look like?
The official medical card issued by the state of Missouri has information such as your name, date of birth, ID number, and says MEDICAL MARIJUANA QUALIFYING PATIENT on it. Here’s a sample.
When will I receive my Missouri medical marijuana card?
What will take place at my first visit with Green Health Docs?
What will I need for my medical card evaluation appointment?
What is the Department doing to facilitate implementation of Amendment 2?
How much does it cost to register as a medical marijuana patient or caregiver in Missouri?
What is a primary caregiver?
Someone who is:
- Twenty-one (21) years of age or older;
- Responsible for managing the well-being of a qualified patient
- Designated on the primary caregiver application for an identification card or in other written notification to the Department.
A medical marijuana caregiver cannot have more than 3 patients.
What happens if I am stopped by law enforcement in the State of Missouri?
What credentials do the physicians of Green Health Docs have?
What are the qualifying medical conditions that may be treated with cannabis in Missouri?
5. You must have one of the DHSS-approved conditions. These include:
– Certain debilitating and life-threatening conditions like cancer, HIV/AIDS, and any terminal illness as confirmed by a doctor’s diagnosis.
– Certain severe psychiatric disorders like PTSD, if diagnosed by a certified psychiatrist.
– Chronic conditions like glaucoma, epilepsy/seizures, and intractable migraines unresponsive to other treatment.
– Conditions that cause extreme pain or muscle spasms, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Tourette syndrome.
– Any chronic condition commonly treated with addictive pharmaceuticals, if a doctor concludes that marijuana would provide a safer, effective alternative.
Additional qualifying conditions—subject to a doctor’s discretion—may include Alzheimer’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, autism, cachexia, Crohn’s disease, hepatitis C, Huntington’s, IBS, and various neuropathies.
6. Debilitating psychiatric disorders, including, but not limited to, post-traumatic stress disorder, if diagnosed by a state licensed psychiatrist