Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Use Registry. What is it?

    Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Laws
    Oklahoma Department of Health
    Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority

    The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Use registry is a secure, electronic, and online database for the registration of ordering MJ physicians and qualified MMJ patients. The Oklahoma State Department of Health set-up the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) to administer the medical marijuana program, and the office receives all licensing applications relative to medical marijuana, including patient and caregiver medical marijuana licensure. Your first step in obtaining a medical card is to make an appointment with a licensed medical doctor who has an unrestricted valid license to practice in the State of Oklahoma as a doctor of medicine or an osteopathic medical doctor.

MEDICAL MARIJUANA REGISTRY

Yes

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

  • The decision to recommend cannabis therapy is up to the discretion of the treating physician
  • Special circumstances may be allowed for minors if applications receive (2) physician signatures as well as the applicant’s parent or guardian.

PATIENT POSSESSION LIMITS

Legally possess up to three (3) ounces of marijuana on their person, Legally possess six (6) mature marijuana plants, Legally possess six (6) seedling marijuana plants, Legally possess one (1) ounce of concentrated marijuana, Legally possess seventy two (72) ounces of edible marijuana.

HOME CULTIVATION

Yes

STATE LICENSED MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES

Yes

    Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Cards. How do I get one?

    To get a license to use medicinal marijuana, Oklahomans who are 18 and older must obtain a signed adult Patient Physician Recommendation Form. If an Oklahoman is under 18, two physician’s signatures are required. This signature documentation must be included on the Minor Patient Physician Recommendation Forms. Many MJ doctors offer a telemedicine option for appointments, so, if interested, check with your selected doctor to see if this is an option. In certain cases, if the doctor believes the patient would benefit from having a caregiver with a caregiver’s medical marijuana license designated to manage the medical marijuana patient’s treatment, he or she may certify the patient does not have the capability to purchase or self-administer medicinal marijuana or has a cognitive impairment that keeps them from doing so. Physicians must have a bona fide doctor-patient relationship with the patient seeking medicinal marijuana as a treatment and must establish medical records for the patient. The physician must also verify the patient’s identity using the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority rules and regulations.

    The documents needed to apply online for your licensure are the Physician Recommendation Form, a digital photo, proof of identity, proof of residency, and if applicable, proof of Medicaid/Medicare or Disabled Veteran status. You must also submit an application fee with your medical marijuana license application. Your application will be reviewed by the OMMA, and if deemed complete and meeting all requirements, an approval letter with your license will be mailed within 14 business days of the application submission date. You may begin purchasing and using medical marijuana after receiving your MJ card. You may look for a medical marijuana dispensary near you by using the National Medical Marijuana platform.

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    The documents needed to apply online for your licensure are the Physician Recommendation Form, a digital photo, proof of identity, proof of residency, and if applicable, proof of Medicaid/Medicare or Disabled Veteran status. You must also submit an application fee with your medical marijuana license application. Your application will be reviewed by the OMMA, and if deemed complete and meeting all requirements, an approval letter with your license will be mailed within 14 business days of the application submission date. You may begin purchasing and using medical marijuana after receiving your MJ card. You may look for a medical marijuana dispensary near you by using the National Medical Marijuana platform.

    Oklahoma Department of Health