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Ohio Medical Marijuana Card

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Marijuana has been illegal in the United States since 1937, but attitudes about it are changing. A recent poll by Gallup showed that 60% of Americans favor legalizing marijuana. This number is up from 25% in 1995.

Washington D.C. and 23 states now have laws allowing for legal medical marijuana use, and four states (Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska) have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Ohio is one of those states that has legalized medical marijuana.


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Marijuana Laws in OH

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Ohio Public Consumption Laws

Public consumption is illegal in Ohio. You can only consume or use your medical marijuana in private settings. Due to the federal prohibition on cannabis, you cannot use cannabis in national parks, federal buildings like courthouses, or federally subsidized housing.

If you have medical cannabis on your person, be sure to carry your medical marijuana card.

Ohio Cannabis DUI Laws

Ohio considers operating a vehicle while intoxicated with marijuana a drugged driving charge. The state has implied consent, meaning you submit to testing when you drive. The legal limit for THC is 10 ng/ml for urine and 2 ng/ml for blood.

Law enforcement officers are empowered to detain individuals when they suspect impaired driving. When using medical marijuana to manage your symptoms, plan alternative modes of transportation.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Ohio


There are a few forms that you will need in order to get a medical marijuana card in Ohio. The first is an application form, which you can find on the website of the Ohio Board of Pharmacy. You will also need a physician's certification form, which your doctor will need to complete in order for you to be eligible for a medical marijuana card. Lastly, you will need to provide proof of residency in Ohio.


To register for an Ohio medical marijuana card, you must be a resident of Ohio and at least 18 years old. You must also have a qualifying medical condition, which includes cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, and more. You can find a full list of qualifying conditions on the Ohio Department of Health website.

Once you've determined that you meet the eligibility requirements, you can begin the registration process. You can do this online or by mail. To register online, you'll need to create an account on the Ohio Medical Marijuana Patient Registry website. Once you've created an account, you can submit your application and pay the registration fee.


The process of submitting an application for an Ohio medical marijuana card is simple. You just need to provide your name, date of birth, and current address. You will also need to provide a photo ID and proof of residency in Ohio.

Once the application is complete, it can be mailed or hand-delivered to the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.

Ohio Medical Marijuana Card Requirements

Age and Residency

In order to qualify for an Ohio medical marijuana card, you must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the state of Ohio.

Medical Documentation

In order to get a medical marijuana card in Ohio, you will need to provide some medical documentation. This can include medical records, a letter from your doctor, or any other type of medical documentation that can show that you have a qualifying condition.

Get Evaluated

If you are interested in obtaining an Ohio medical marijuana card, you will need to get evaluated by a licensed physician, which you can do with a virtual appointment. The physician will need to confirm that you have one of the qualifying medical conditions and that you would benefit from using medical marijuana.

Once you have been evaluated and approved for a medical marijuana card, you will be able to purchase medical marijuana from dispensaries in Ohio. You will also be able to grow your own medical marijuana if you live more than 25 miles away from a dispensary.

Where Can You Buy Ohio Medical Marijuana?

As of August 2022, 58 dispensaries operate throughout Ohio. Each facility is licensed and regulated by the Board of Pharmacy. They must comply with the rules of the Medical Marijuana Control Program. Ohio dispensaries only sell products derived from safely cultivated cannabis plants.

Ohio Medical Marijuana Card Conditions

In November of 2012, the state of Ohio legalized medical marijuana with the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control program. That law didn’t take effect until March 23, 2016.

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMP) now permit the cultivation and sale of cannabis-related products.

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The Ohio Medical Marijuana Card has a few qualifying conditions. These conditions are:

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, it is legal to purchase marijuana for medical purposes in Ohio. Patients must have a medical marijuana card to buy weed online or from a dispensary.

You must also submit a practitioner-written certification form confirming that you have a qualifying medical condition. Finally, you must submit a recent photograph and pay the application fee.

Medical marijuana can be consumed in a number of ways, including smoking, edibles, and topical application. Patients should consult their doctor to see which form of consumption is best for them.

Medical marijuana can vary in price depending on the strain and the dispensary. Generally, though, it costs between $10 and $30 per gram.

A medical There are three types of medical marijuana: indica, sativa, and hybrids. Each type has a different effect on the user. Indica strains are typically used to relieve anxiety and stress, while sativa strains are used to increase energy and creativity.

Hybrids are a mix of the two. You should consult your doctor to determine which type of marijuana is best for you.

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