Apply Using Our Simple 3 Step Process
What you get from us is not exactly the medical marijuana card but rather a doctor’s written recommendation. This is what you use to complete a Michigan marihuana program application.
The first step is to fill out a basic pre-qualification form. You do this through our secure, 100% HIPAA compliant platform.
2. Get Evaluated
You then move on to have a face-to-face evaluation with a Medical Marijuana Doctor. The doctor will analyze you and decide if you need an MMJ card.
3. Receive Your Recommendation
Once your evaluation is complete you will receive your medical marijuana doctor’s written recommendation.
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Speak to a licensed medical marijuana doctor from the comfort of your house. Our aim is to ensure every person who needs a medical marijuana card for their condition is able to do so in a hassle-free manner.
To do so we have implemented a simple procedure in which you receive your medical marijuana card in Michigan in a couple of steps. What we give you is a doctor’s recommendation which you then use to register on the state’s website to receive a medical marijuana card.
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Qualifying Conditions For a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card
To qualify for a medical cannabis card in Michigan you need to have proof of residency in the state and one of the qualifying conditions as listed below :
- Hepatitis C
- Crohn’s disease
- Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
- Nail-patella syndrome
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Spinal cord Injury
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Tourette syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
Additionally, any illness that features one of the following symptoms will help you qualify for an MMJ card.
- Severe chronic pain
- Severe nausea
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms
Get Approved by State's Best Doctors Online
Do you want to get a Michigan medical marijuana card? Well, we can help you out. Considering telemedicine is legal for marijuana in the state of Michigan, you can get your medical marijuana card online from us.
Earlier people who wanted to access medical marijuana in Michigan would need to have a pre-established relationship with the doctor but that restriction has now been lifted with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Benefits Of a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card
You might find getting a medical marijuana card in a state which has legalized recreational marijuana a slight hassle but there are plenty of benefits of getting a medical marijuana card if you are using cannabis for medical reasons.
There are plenty of taxes that are placed on recreational marijuana but with a medical marijuana card, you do not have to pay them.
Quite a few dispensaries are still medical only in Michigan, which means that you still need an MMJ card to access them.
Potency of Products
The potency of products available to a medical marijuana cardholder is much higher than recreational users.
With an MMJ card, you are legally allowed to possess, transport, and consume up to 2.5oz of medical marijuana products in the state of Michigan.
Even though Michigan does not practice reciprocity, there are plenty of other states that do accept a Medical marijuana card from Michigan.
With a medical marijuana card you can grow up to 12 marijuana plants in your house.
Register Online and Have a Conversation with a Licensed Physician
A medical marijuana card can help you elevate your quality of life by helping you manage your medical condition in a natural manner.
Why Should You Choose Online Medical Card?
A medical marijuana card provides various benefits to those who want to use medical marijuana to manage their condition. To be able to successfully submit your application to the state, you first need to get a medical marijuana doctor’s recommendation, which is what we provide.
Complete your 420 evaluation and get approved from the comfort of your home.
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If by any chance you do not get approved for an MMJ card, you receive a full refund.
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.
Who Can Qualify For a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card?
To be able to qualify for a Michigan medical marijuana card, you need to be:
- A resident of the state of Michigan.
- 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. In such a case the card is issued to the caregiver and not the minor.
Michigan Medical Marijuana Laws
With a Michigan medical marijuana, you are allowed to:
- Posses 2.5oz of usable marijuana
- Grow up to 12 plants
- No more than 15g of concentrate
- 16oz of cannabis-infused product
- 36 fluid ounces of a cannabinoid product in liquid form.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here is everything you wanted to know about medical marijuana cards in Michigan.
Yes, you are allowed to grow medical marijuana at home in Michigan. You can cultivate up to 12 plants but they should be grown in a space that is enclosed and not viewable to the public
You can buy medical marijuana in Michigan from medical dispensaries also known as provisioning centers. The only requirement to buy medical marijuana is that you need a medical marijuana card.
To become a caregiver in Michigan, you need to fulfill the following requirements;
- You need to be at least 21 years of age or older
- You must not have a drug-related or violent felony
- A medical marijuana caregiver cannot have more than 5 patients.
The legal possession limit for marijuana in Michigan is:
- 2.5oz of usable marijuana
- Grow up to 12 plants
- No more than 15g of concentrate
No, unfortunately at this time there are no health insurers that cover the cost of medical marijuana.
To get a Michigan medical marijuana card you can either get a written recommendation from your doctor or if you aren’t sure about how to do this, just file a patient access form to get your medical records from the doctor and then visit a medical marijuana clinic and get a recommendation.
You then need to submit this via the state’s website for your MMJ card.