Please Note: Due to higher than usual medical marijuana card applications, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission is prioritizing applications for renewals. For this reason, you may experience some delay in receiving your Maryland medical marijuana card. However, this will not affect the delivery of your Online Medical Card recommendation.

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Register online by completing a simple, two-minute application form with your personal and medical details. All the information is kept confidential in compliance with the HIPAA guidelines.

Consult With The Doctor

After completing the information, you will contact our doctor via video or phone. You can clear any doubts you may have regarding medical marijuana as our board-certified physicians will help you with any query you may have.

Receive Your Recommendation

Upon approval, you will receive your recommendation by email. You will be required to register with the Delaware Medical Marijuana Program. The state will then contact your marijuana doctor for verification.

Receive your State Card

If approved, the state will send you your medical marijuana card, and it will take between one week to 35 days. Usually, it is issued within 14 days of registration.

Legal Status



Possession Limits

Medical patients


6 oz
3 oz/14-day purchase

Recreational users

No Limit


State Taxes

Medical patients


Recreational users




Benefits of Having a Medical Marijuana Card in Delaware

Accessible to All:

Above 18 Medical marijuana is accessible to anyone above 18 whereas recreational marijuana is only accessible to people above 21. In other words, to apply for a medical card in Delaware, you don’t have to wait to get 21 years old.

Higher Growth, Purchase, and Carry Limits:

Medical marijuana users often enjoy higher growth, purchase, and carry limits than recreational marijuana users. Patients are subjected to purchase 3 ounces of usable medical marijuana in every 14 days, and for a total of six ounces per month.

Save up to 40% on Taxes:

Medical marijuana users save up to 40% on taxes as medical marijuana patients are less likely to be subjected to state and local taxes in Delaware which is good news for patients as they have to go to long approval times of insurance companies to save money.

Variety of Product Options:

Variety of Product Options:Medical marijuana users get access to a wider variety of marijuana products than recreational users. Most medical marijuana products are also more potent than recreational marijuana products in Delaware.

Delaware Caregiver Program

An individual who has been authorized to obtain medical marijuana from a licensed dispensary and assist in administering it to a registered patient is known as a designated caregiver. Candidates must apply for a registry identification card in order to be approved as designated caregivers. Once approved, they can buy up to three ounces of medicinal marijuana on behalf of the patient they are helping once every fourteen days. To be eligible for a designated caregiver card, candidates need to meet the requirements listed below:

  • Be the child’s parent or legal guardian, or, in the case of a minor, be at least 21 years old.
  • Not have been convicted of a serious felony offense in the past.
  • Assist no more than five qualified patients and pledge to support a patient’s medical marijuana use.
  • Possess a Delaware driver’s license or other official identification that can be used as verification of residency.
  • Complete the designated caregiver application, incurring a fee of $50, and provide the patient’s 10-digit registry number.
  • Each caregiver is allowed to serve up to five patients and is required to possess an identification card for each of these patients.

Qualifying Medical Conditions for Patients

Following the legalization of medical marijuana in the state of Delaware, The Delaware Health and Social Services department has listed the following medical conditions to be treated by medical marijuana.

  • Agitation linked to Alzheimer's disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Chronic and debilitating migraines
  • Decompensated cirrhosis
  • Glaucoma
  • Intractable epilepsy
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Terminal illness
  • Anxiety (CBD Rich only)

Furthermore, the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services includes conditions that have not responded to treatment, such as autism accompanied by self-injurious or aggressive behaviour, cachexia (wasting syndrome), severe pain, intractable nausea, and acute and persistent muscle spasms.

Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Delaware

According to Delaware Business Now, the First State is so committed to its medical cannabis program that it began allowing home delivery in April 2020 to ensure that people who needed their prescriptions during COVID-19 would not go without. The news source stated that in an effort to deter travel and uphold the principles of the system that benefits those suffering from chronic pain and other ailments, the East Coast region “opted to exempt medical marijuana from its normally strict no-delivery policies.”

For this reason, the state approved Colombia Care, a medical marijuana retailer with locations in all three state counties, to deliver medical marijuana directly to patients’ doors. Some compassion centers decided to follow Colombia Care’s lead and allow curbside pickup.

In relation to COVID-19 and Delaware, two local U.S. state senators—Daylin Leach of Montgomery and Sharif Street of Philadelphia—have proposed legalizing cannabis for recreational use as a way to boost the region’s economy, which has been severely impacted by the pandemic. Sen. Street said to Erie News Now, “I think the question is now—what do those circumstances look like, and let’s put together a bill that Democratic and Republican members can support.”

Delaware has also decriminalized marijuana and removed former residents’ records for possessing the plant without a valid medical license. Delaware is undoubtedly making progress toward legalizing marijuana for recreational use, but in the interim, it is also taking care of its residents who benefit from medical marijuana. Delaware is the 22nd state to legalize marijuana for recreational use, though products might not be accessible to consumers for up to two years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In Delaware, medical marijuana card evaluations will only cost $149. There are states where the cost of consultation is as high as $199. The fees paid to Online Medical Card is distinct from Delaware state as only medical card only charge the consultation fees.

The Delaware medical marijuana card has a one-year validity period. Hence, based on your medical condition, you may need to renew your medical marijuana card annually. Renewing your medical marijuana recommendation requires communication with your marijuana doctor as well.

If you're wondering whether your health condition makes the cut for a medical marijuana card in Delaware a, here's a rundown of the qualifying ailments:

  • Agitation linked to Alzheimer's disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Chronic and debilitating migraines
  • Decompensated cirrhosis
  • Glaucoma
  • Intractable epilepsy
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Terminal illness
  • Anxiety

No, out-of-state medical cards are not currently accepted in Delaware.

If for any reason you do not qualify, you are covered by our 100% Money back guarantee. All you have to do is reach out to us directly at (888) 988-8420 or send us a chat, and we'll sort things out.

According to the Delaware Health and Social Services department, you will need to apply for renewal of your medical marijuana card as early as 90 days prior to the expiry. However, just sit back as we will drop reminders in your mailbox 3 months prior to the expiry, so don’t hold back from subscribing to our email newsletter as we hate spam as much as you do.

A $20 medical marijuana card is not available in Delaware. It is only eligible for people living in California and that too as an add-on to their MMJ recommendation.

Online Medical Card accept all major credit and debit cards. And if you fail to qualify, we will give you a 100% refund in your source account. We do not accept insurance or cash as a payment.


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