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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Your healthcare practitioner will submit your information to the Ohio Board of Pharmacy Medical Marijuana Patient and Caregiver registry once you have been approved.

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The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (MMCP) will send you an email within 3 business days with instructions on how to finish your application. After completing the application and paying the $50 state fee, you will receive your MMJ card via email from the state of Ohio.

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Medical & Recreational

Possession Limits

Medical patients


9 oz poss. limit

Recreational users


2.5 oz poss. limit To Begin Dec. 7 2023

State Taxes

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Medical Cannabis Recommendation Benefits in Ohio

Medical marijuana cards come with a ton of advantages. The following are some exceptional benefits that people can obtain from it:

Having a medicinal cannabis card spares you from ongoing expenses. In general, marijuana is expensive on average. However, those who have a medical marijuana card can get it for the lowest possible cost. As a result, overall expenses are drastically reduced.

Fewer Age-Restrictions
It is legal for people to access cannabis at the age of 21. But having a medical marijuana card lessens it. People who meet certain health requirements can begin using cannabis-infused products as early as age 18.

Potent Products
Products made from medical marijuana have higher potency. As a result, it expedites the healing process. Conversely, recreational cannabis products are generally of lower quality. Thus, clearing the path for improved care with premium goods.

Tax Advantages
It is impossible to ignore medical marijuana's efficacy because it is widely used to treat a variety of illnesses. But cannabis has additional taxes, which makes it more expensive overall. However, there are substantial tax benefits associated with a medical marijuana card, which ultimately drive down costs.

Enhanced protections for patients
Patients in Ohio who have a medical marijuana recommendation are granted legal protections that are not extended to recreational users or users without a medical marijuana recommendation.

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At Online Medical Card, we place the utmost importance on your health journey and privacy. We’re proud to offer comprehensive medical cannabis consultations for Ohio residents, all facilitated by our HIPAA-compliant doctors.
Our physicians are not only experienced but also highly familiar with Ohio’s specific medical cannabis laws, ensuring you receive informed, compliant advice. They’re dedicated to providing accessible, confidential, and efficient telemedicine services.
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Medical Cannabis Possession Laws in Ohio

  • 2.83 grams (1/10 ounce) of dried plant material per day
  • 110 milligrams (mg) of THC in edibles, capsules, tinctures, or other orally consumable cannabis products per day
  • 295 mg of THC in lotions, creams, ointments, and patches per day
  • 590 mg of THC in oil for vaporization per day
  • Nine ounces of marijuana plant material every 90 days
  • Ten ounces of marijuana plant material every 90 days for patients diagnosed with terminal illnesses

Quick Steps to Qualify for Medical Cannabis in Ohio

At Online Medical Card, we make qualifying for a medical cannabis recommendation in Ohio fast and easy. Simply follow these steps:

  • Meet Age Requirement: Ensure you are at least 18 years old or have a registered caregiver who is at least 21 years old.
  • Get a Recommendation: Obtain a recommendation from an Ohio-licensed physician certified from the State Medical Board of Ohio.
  • Have an Approved Medical Condition: Experience any of the qualifying medical cases for medical cannabis in Ohio.
  • Reside in Ohio: Your primary residence must have an Ohio address.

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What Kind of Medical Cannabis Products are Available for Sale in Ohio Dispensaries?

According to the cannabis law in Ohio, different products are available, such as oils, tinctures, edibles, lotions, plant material, creams, and patches. However, smoking or combustion of medical marijuana is not legal in Ohio. All these products can be purchased from the state-licensed marijuana dispensaries nearby.

How old do you need to be to get a medical cannabis recommendation in Ohio?

To qualify for an Ohio medical marijuana recommendation, individuals must be 18 years of age or older. However, if the patient is under 18, they can have a registered caregiver who is over 21 years old.

How to Become a Medical Cannabis Caregiver in Ohio?

The caregiver must be at least 21 years old and able to show proof of Ohio residency, such as a valid driver’s license or state identity card, to comply with Ohio’s simple caregiver laws. A $50 annual card registration fee must also be paid by the caregiver, who needs to be listed on the patient certification.

According to Ohio law, a caregiver may only look after two patients at once. A patient’s or caregiver’s registration is good for one year from the date of issuance until the last day of the month in which it was issued. If a patient receives a terminal diagnosis, their registration expires after six months.

Cannabis Possession and Cultivation Limits in Ohio

Unlike most states, Ohio allows patients to possess up to a specific amount of THC-infused cannabis products based on their specific condition. Up to 8 ounces of THC that test at 23% or less may be owned by a tier I medical cannabis cardholder, and up to 5.3 ounces of THC that tests at 23% but not higher than 35% may be owned by a tier II medical cannabis cardholder.

In Ohio, the maximum amount of THC that can be found in some product types is limited. Cannabis oil, tincture, capsules, and all other edibles have a THC content limit of 9.9 grams, while patches, lotions, creams, and other topicals can have a maximum THC content of 26–55 grams. It is permissible to have up to 53.1 grams of THC in oil that is to be vaporized.


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