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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Receive your medical marijuana recommendation via email in minutes in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, and other cities in Minnesota from our certified 420 doctors.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Obtaining a Medical Cannabis Permit in Minnesota

Follow these four straightforward steps to acquire your medical cannabis permit in Minnesota:

Submit the Initial Application

Begin the journey by inputting necessary information in our comprehensive form. Our HIPAA compliant platform ensures that your information is kept secure with us.

Consult with Doctor

Next, get into a consultation with a qualified doctor via an online platform or a simple phone call to discuss your health concerns.

Get Certified

Upon approval, your certification will be submitted on your behalf by our doctor. If approved, you will receive an email from the state within three business days inviting you to complete your profile.

Register with the State

Once registered, you must complete and submit a patient self-evaluation form before visiting a dispensary. Minnesota does not issue medical marijuana identification cards. After registering, all you need is a valid certificate and a self-evaluation form.

Legal Status

Medical & Recreational

Possession Limits

Medical patients


30 day supply 2.5 oz/14 day period

Recreational users


2 lb poss. limit at home 2 oz poss. limit in public

State Taxes

Medical patients


Recreational users

up to 16.875%



Advantages of Holding a Medical Cannabis Permit in Minnesota

Cannabis users who choose not to obtain an MMJ card lose out on a number of advantages, such as reduced prices, increased purchasing capacity, varying age restrictions, and more legal protection. There are still big differences between marijuana used for medical purposes and recreational use!

HIPAA Compliant Doctors for Legal Cannabis States

At, we put your health journey and your privacy first. We are pleased to provide professional medical cannabis consultations to residents of Minnesota, facilitated by our team of doctors who strictly adhere to HIPAA guidelines. Our commitment to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ensures your personal health information is handled with the utmost level of security and confidentiality.
Our doctors are not just experienced, they’re also well-versed in Minnesota’s specific medical cannabis laws, ensuring you receive informed, compliant advice. They’re committed to providing accessible, confidential, and effective telemedicine services.
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Possession Laws in Minnesota

  • Only patients with state-licensed healthcare professionals’ confirmation of an approved illness can use medical cannabis.
  • Enrollees in Minnesota's medical marijuana program can consume limited medical cannabis amounts.
  • Initially, the laws permitted only liquid, pill, or vaporized forms of medical cannabis.
  • The state now allows possession and consumption of dried raw cannabis (Section 152.26).
  • Only those aged 21 or over can obtain dried raw cannabis (Section 152.29, Subdivision 3e).
  • Despite medical legalization, cannabis remains a Schedule I restricted substance in the state.
  • Recreational use of marijuana remains illegal in Minnesota.

Benefits of Having a Physical Medical Cannabis Permit in Minnesota

In Minnesota, getting a physical medical marijuana recommendation has several advantages, such as:

  • An MMJ recommendation saves you a lot of money and you can buy products at lower prices than recreational users.
  • A medical marijuana patient gets a higher possession, purchase and consumption limits than recreational users.
  • Minors who are under 18 can participate in a medical marijuana program with the permission of their parents or legal guardian.
  • A medical marijuana patient can grow more cannabis plants than recreational users.
  • If you have a Minnesota medical marijuana recommendation, you can possess up to 90 days’ of cannabis; your doctor will tell you how much you can have.


Eligibility Criteria for a Medical Cannabis Recommendation in Minnesota

In order to apply for the recommendation of medicinal cannabis in Minnesota, it is important that applicants meet these requirements:

  • In the case of qualified health conditions, a person should be diagnosed at least.
  • A person needs to be a Minnesotan and have proof of his or her residency.
  • In order to be registered as an adult, a person must be at least 18 years of age. Minors can apply for their recommendation under a caregiver that can be their parents or legal guardians.
  • A person should be diagnosed by a doctor with an illness from the Minnesota medical marijuana list of conditions.

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What Kind of Medical Cannabis Products You Can Find at Minnesota Dispensaries?

Currently, the medical cannabis program in Minnesota includes pills, oils, liquids, topical applications, tinctures, capsules, patches, gummies, chocolates, baked goods, creams, lotions, and balms infused with cannabis extracts.

Legal Age Requirement for Medical Cannabis Recommendation in Minnesota

You must be at least 18 years old to apply for a medical marijuana recommendation in Minnesota. Minors can also apply for their MMJ recommendation if their parent or legal guardian registers as a caregiver and apply on patient’s behalf. Note that only people who live in Minnesota are eligible to apply for Minnesota MMJ recommendation.

Medical Cannabis Access for Minors and Caregivers in Minnesota

If you’re disabled and need medical marijuana, you can ask someone to act as your caregiver and get it from a dispensary. You’ll need to get approval from a healthcare professional first. Once you’re approved, you can sign up with the state and the caregiver will have to wait while you add their info to your account. Once that’s done, they’ll get an email.

Medical Cannabis Cultivation Laws in Minnesota

Cultivating cannabis at home is strictly prohibited in Minnesota, even for patients approved for medical cannabis use. Awareness and understanding of these laws are crucial to avoid legal issues.


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