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    The Sanctuary Wellness Institute Reviewed by Jennifer E. - Medical Marijuana Card Evaluation review
    February 12 2020


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Medical Marijuana Laws in Oklahoma

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Patients with valid medical marijuana cards in Oklahoma have been able to legally possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana for medicinal purposes since 2018. Patients are also permitted to grow up to six plants in their own homes. Oklahoma medical marijuana laws prohibit patients from smoking marijuana in public.

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Program


If you want to get an Oklahoma medical marijuana card, you must first meet with an Oklahoma physician who can write you a medical marijuana recommendation. After a physician has approved you, you must fill out an application with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). You must provide proof of Oklahoma residency as well as a government-issued photo ID to complete the application.

You can appoint a designated caregiver to navigate the application process and submit an application for a cannabis card on your behalf if you are a minor or otherwise unable to do so yourself.

You will be able to obtain a medical marijuana card from the OMMA once your application has been approved. This card will allow you to purchase and possess up to three ounces of medicinal cannabis. You'll also have the option of growing up to six marijuana plants for personal use.

About Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma

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Medical marijuana is available in Oklahoma for a variety of medical conditions. It's crucial to talk to your doctor about your symptoms because some chronic ones that don't respond to medical treatment may qualify you for Oklahoma's medical marijuana program.


Qualifying Conditions

Some such conditions include:

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Chronic pain and fibromyalgia
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Crohn’s Disease and Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Cachexia and wasting syndrome
  • Sickle Cell Anemia
  • Anxiety
  • Glaucoma
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Alzheimers
  • Autism
  • Tourette’s Syndrome



How to Find an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Doctor


If you live in Oklahoma and want to start using medical marijuana, you'll need to find a doctor who will certify you for the program. Some doctors are hesitant to certify patients for medical cannabis, so you may have to look around for someone who is.

Contacting your local dispensary is one way to find a certified doctor. Dispensaries are required to keep a list of certified doctors on hand, so they should be able to help you find one.

Another option is to go to the website of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. All doctors who have been approved to certify patients for the program are listed on the OMMA's website. This list is updated on a regular basis, so it's a good place to start if you can't find a doctor on your own.

Frequently Asked Questions


Which information and forms are required to apply for a medical marijuana card?

You will need to provide basic proof of identity information such as your full name, date of birth, and address in order to apply for a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma. A copy of your driver's license or another state identification card will also be required.

You must also provide documentation from your medical marijuana evaluation stating that you have a qualifying medical condition for which medical marijuana treatment would be beneficial. Finally, you must use a credit or debit card to pay the state's application fee.

What are some of the qualifying conditions?

Cancer, HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, and seizure disorders are among the conditions that qualify new patients for medical marijuana in Oklahoma under Oklahoma law.

Which medical physicians can certify me for medical marijuana?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for finding a physician who can certify you for medical marijuana in Oklahoma. Different doctors specialize in different areas, and some may be better equipped to assist you than others.

Preferably, you should speak with a doctor who is familiar with the effects of cannabis and how it can be used to treat a variety of medical conditions. Any licensed physician in Oklahoma can apply for a medical marijuana license and certify you as a patient, though.

If you're not sure where to start looking for a doctor, check out some of the state-licensed dispensaries or look up a list of doctors who specialize in medical marijuana online.

How long is my card valid?

Medical marijuana cards in Oklahoma are valid for two years from the date of their issuance.

Can I apply if I live in another state?

If you live in another state, you can apply for an Oklahoma medical marijuana card. However, keep in mind that the process may be a little more difficult because you will still need to show proof of Oklahoma residency.

Where are dispensaries near me?

Oklahoma has a few medical marijuana dispensaries. The Green Joint, Norman's Herbal Solutions, and The Botanist are among the best. Tulsa's Green Joint, Norman's Herbal Solutions, and Oklahoma City's The Botanist are all located in Oklahoma City. These dispensaries all offer a wide range of medical marijuana products. Oklahomans can learn more about each of these dispensaries by conducting some online research.

Where can I use medical marijuana in Oklahoma?

Only certain areas in Oklahoma allow qualifying patients to use medical marijuana. Medical marijuana can be used in private, but not in public, according to the law. This means that patients can only use their medication at home or at a friend's or family member's home. Patients are prohibited from using medical marijuana at work, school, or any other public location.

Oklahoma also prohibits the use of medical marijuana within all modes of transportation, including automobiles, buses, trains, and planes.