Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Laws

History of Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Law

  • June 2018: Oklahoma voters approve State Question 788, legalizing the use of medical marijuana.
  • July 2018: The Oklahoma State Department of Health begins accepting applications for patient and dispensary licenses.
  • August 2018: The first medical marijuana licenses are issued.
  • March 2023: State Question 820, an initiative to legalize the use of recreational cannabis, is not approved.

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Marijuana Possession Laws in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, MMJ licensees can possess up to:

  • 3 ounces of marijuana on their person
  • 6 mature marijuana plants
  • 6 seedling plants
  • 1 ounce of concentrated marijuana
  • 72 ounces of edible marijuana
  • 8 ounces of marijuana in their residence

For those without an MMJ license, possession of any amount of marijuana is illegal and can result in criminal charges.

Oklahoma Public Consumption Laws

In Oklahoma, smoking cannabis in public spaces is illegal, even if you have an MMJ license. Such spaces include parks, sidewalks, streets, and any other areas accessible to the general public. Violating these regulations can result in fines and other legal consequences.

Oklahoma Cannabis DUI Laws

In Oklahoma, any detectable amount of THC in a driver's system can lead to a DUI charge, even if you have an MMJ license.

Get Your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card from The Sanctuary

Navigating the process of obtaining an Oklahoma medical marijuana license can be difficult. However, The Sanctuary Wellness Institute can connect you with a licensed physician who can evaluate you and, if they determine you’re eligible, issue a recommendation for medical cannabis. Book an appointment today to get started.

Updated: 5-July-2024