Follow 3 Simple Steps To Get Your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card

Get your Patient Certification from us while applying for your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card and get the authorization from the Arkansas Department of Health for using Medical Marijuana.


1. Prequalification

The first step is to fill out a pre-qualification form. This consists of some questions about your medical history.


2. Get Evaluated

The next step is to have a 420 evaluation with a licensed medical marijuana doctor.


3. Receive Your Recommendation

Once your evaluation is done you will get your patient certification.

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Use Telemedicine to Get Your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card Online

We offer a quick and easy process to help get your medical marijuana card in Arkansas. All you have to do is follow the simple process on our telemedicine platform. All our doctors are registered with the state and have plenty of experience in helping people with chronic conditions gain access to Arkansas medical marijuana. If by any chance your consultation turns out to be unsuccessful, you will be refunded for the money spent till that point.

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What Are The Qualifying Conditions to Get Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card ?

The following are the qualifying conditions to get Arkansas medical marijuana card.

  • Cancer
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s disease
  • PTSD
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Severe arthritis
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Chronic pain has not yet responded to any existing medication, treatment, or surgical intervention for the past six months.
  • Nausea
  • Seizures(irrespective of the cause)
  • Persistent and severe muscle spasms

Any other medical condition approved by the department of health

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Access Medical Marijuana with Arkansas MMJ Card

Arkansas has joined an ever-growing list of states that allow their residents to access marijuana for medical purposes. Initially, there was the added catch that every person who wants a medical marijuana card needs to have a face-to-face meeting with the licensed 420 doctors. These rules have been suspended due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Now You can get your medical marijuana card very easily and safely with the help of our HIPAA compliant platform.

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Benefits Of Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card

There are many benefits of getting a Arkansas medical marijuana card

Higher Potency Limits

Access Cannabis

Since Arkansas is a medical-only state, the only way to legally access marijuana is with the help of a Medical Marijuana card issued by a certified medical physician.


Access Dispensaries

Your medication should come from a licensed dispensary. However, only patients with a legit medical marijuana card can make a purchase.

Better Access

Safe Products

An MMJ card ensures that you not only gain access to a wide variety of products but also get ones that are assumed to be safe for medical use.

Legal Security

Legal Protection

You are legally allowed to possess, transport, and consume medical marijuana products in Arkansas with a medical marijuana card.

Quality Control

Valid For a Year

Your medical marijuana card in Arkansas is valid for a year after which you will need to get a renewal.

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Better Health

If other treatments haven’t worked for you, use your medical marijuana card to buy the herb which may be the much-needed solution for you.

Register Online Now And Qualify for the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card

A medical marijuana card can help you elevate your quality of life by helping you naturally manage your medical condition in Arkansas. Apply now and get a hold of the benefits of Arkansas medical marijuana.

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If your medical marijuana recommendation issued by Online Medical Card is not accepted by the state, simply call us at (888) 988-8420 or email us at [email protected] to obtain a full refund.

Please Note: Refund will not be initiated if the request is placed after the consultation and doctor's approval.

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Why We Are The Best Option For Getting Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card

Medical marijuana goes a long way in helping you improve your quality of life by helping you manage a multitude of symptoms of chronic conditions. Our team of highly professional and Certified doctors with years of experience in the field of medical marijuana, provides top-the-point and expertise recommendations.


Get approved from the comfort of your home on our telemedicine platform.

100% Money-Back Guarantee

If by any chance you do not get approved for an MMJ card, you receive a full refund.

Simple Process

We have a simple three-step process in place to help you get your MMJ card quickly.

Same Day Approval

We try and ensure that all approvals are given to the patient within 24 hours.

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Conditions To Qualify For Recommendation and Card

To be able to qualify for Arkansas medical marijuana card, you need to be;

  • A resident of the state of Arkansas
  • Be diagnosed with a qualifying condition
  • Be over the age of 18 or emancipated

Patients who are under the age of 18 and aren’t emancipated can become patients as well, but they require their parent or legal guardian to register as their caregiver.

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Arkansas Medical Marijuana Laws

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Laws are strict and work towards the proper use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. As a patient in Arkansas, you are allowed to purchase 2.5oz of cannabis every 14 days. Cultivation of marijuana is illegal. There are also protections in place to protect people from any kind of prejudice from any tenancy and employment situations. It is illegal to use cannabis in any other capacity other than medical in the state. First-time offenders can land up in prison and/or face a fine of up to $2500. Subsequent offenders can face jail time of up to 6 years and/or a fine of up to $10,000

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here is everything you wanted to know about medical marijuana cards in Arkansas.

The first thing that you need to know is that there are no prescriptions for medical marijuana, the most your doctor can do is write you a recommendation stating that your condition warrants the use of medical marijuana. Both patients and caregivers need to get a medical marijuana ID card in Arkansas. The application is carried out online and is then reviewed by the Arkansas Department of Health. The steps to get a medical marijuana card are:

    • Create an online account on the Department of health’s website.
    • Submit the required documents which include:
      • A photocopy of your Arkansas state Id
      • Medical recommendation by your doctor
      • Complete the application
      • Submit the application.

It takes around 10-14 days for the department of health to process the application and once you get the card it is valid for 12 months.

In Arkansas, you can be a resident of another state and still become a part of the medical marijuana program. What you need to do is make an application as a visiting patient. This will only be valid for 30 days.

No, you are not allowed to cultivate marijuana in Arkansas.

To become a caregiver in Arkansas, you need to fulfill the following requirements;

  • You need to be at least 21 years of age or older
  • Be an Arkansas resident with proof of residency
  • The law prohibits members of the Arkansas National Guard and the United States Military from obtaining a registry ID card.

No, medical marijuana is not covered by insurance.


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