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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program A Guide For Patients

Dec 2


If you're eligible for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program, these are the steps you must follow to begin:


If you have a medical marijuana cardholder and have been diagnosed by a registered medical doctor who is a member of the program, with at least one medical condition it is possible that you qualify.


  • Cancer*\sGlaucoma


  • Tourette's Syndrome is a neurological disorder that can cause

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is a form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Seizures, like those associated with epilepsy

  • Muscle spasms that are severe and persistent, like those that are associated with multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Crohn's disease as well as other digestive disorders that cause inflammation

  • If your life expectancy is less than a year you're suffering from a terminal disease.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), is a form of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

  • Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a kind of sleep apnea.

  • Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that affects people.

  • Pain that lasts for a long time

  • Sickle cell disease is a type of sickle cell illness.

  • Tic disorder, whether verbal or motor you are experiencing persistent or severe pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or extreme cachexia, you may experience weight loss due to your condition or its treatment.


A doctor, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse must first certify your condition before you are able to apply for the program.


  • To schedule an appointment to make an appointment, contact your doctor's medical assistant, or advanced practice registered nursing to make arrangements. These are the only doctors who can confirm your condition.

  • The OMC doesn't keep track of the people who participate within the program. You are responsible for scheduling an appointment with licensed health care professionals.

  • The Acknowledgement for the Patient Email is available for download and printing (PDF).

  • Please fill in the fields for the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Forms


  • Please provide the email address you would prefer to receive private messages regarding your health. Think about creating a brand new personal email account prior to your appointment, if you don't already have one on the job you work for.

  • Take this form with you to your appointment and turn it to your doctor.

  • Ask for a summary of your visit and a list of all medicines you're currently taking during your appointment. If you decide to get your medical marijuana be sure to bring this information with you.


After your appointment with your health professional, you'll receive an email from the OMC which includes the following information:


  • A confirmation from your health care provider.

  • Unique registration link for the Medical Cannabis Patient Registry



You'll be able to sign up once you have received your confirmation email. Before clicking the register button, collect the following details:


  • State ID, driver's license, or passport are examples of government-issued IDs.

  • You have to show proof of getting Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including the benefits that are transitioning to retirement) medical assistance MinnesotaCare, IHS, Railroad disability, VA dependency, and indemnity benefits, or Veteran's disability benefits when you apply for the discount fee.

  • Make use of a smartphone equipped with a camera to snap or scan photos of your IDs.

  • You can pay the annual registration cost by check or credit/debit card. U.S. Bank accepts any payment method.

  • After your account is approved, you will receive an email. Then, you'll need to follow Step 3: Receive, which is the last stage in the process.



You must first complete an assessment of your patient on your Registry account to buy medical cannabis. This form must be filled out by the individual who is allowed to collect your medical cannabis if you are younger than 18 or you have an adult caregiver.


Go to:


  • Log in to your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry Account.

  • Every time you decide to use medical cannabis, you must complete a fresh Patient Self-Evaluation.

  • Bring your appointment information and the list of medications currently prescribed to you, that you received during your medical physician visit when you go to the Cannabis Patient Center.


In the Cannabis Patient Center, you will meet with an experienced pharmacist who will:


  • Examine your self-evaluation report as well as the summary of your doctor's appointment as well as the list of medications you're now taking.

  • Create a dosage for medical cannabis prescription that is unique to you.

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