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How Easy It Is To Get A Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas?

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Step 1

Consult with a certified medical marijuana doctor in Arkansas, either in person or online.

Step 2

Register with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH)

Step 3

Apply to the ADH online or by mail and pay the $50 application fee.

Step 4

Print or get your ADH medical marijuana card sent to you and visit an Arkansas dispensary!

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What are the 4 steps needed to obtain your marijuana card in Arkansas?

Step 1 – Schedule an appointment with a Arkansas Medical Marijuana Doctor.

Step 2 – Create your Arkansas Medical Marijuana card account

  • Go to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) website and Click the red “Apply Online” button.
  • Select the “Patient Registration” option from the drop-down menu.
  • Select “New Patient Registration” from the drop-down menu.
  • Enter a valid email address as well as a password (remember these because you will need them again).
  • Examine your inbox for the “Confirm Your Account” email (you may need to check your trash or spam folder).
  • Verify your account.

Step 3- Register and submit your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Patient Certification
Forms online.

You will be required to fill out an application. This may be done online or by mail. It is best to do your research online. However, if you want to send one in, the patient application form may be found here.

When your application is complete, you must pay the $50.00 application cost using a debit or credit card (American Express is not accepted). There are no refunds for any payments.

You will need the following items:

  • Your SS#
  • To disclose your military status
  • In order to sign (electronically)
  • To submit a photo of your state ID, click here.
  • To submit a photo of your doctor’s certification

Minors may become cannabis patients in Arkansas if they receive written permission from their parent/guardian. Minors are not permitted to acquire a cultivation ID card.

To be eligible for an AR patient ID card, you must:

  • You must be 18 or older (minors can apply with parental consent)
  • Proof of Arkansas residence (state-issued driver’s license or ID) is required.
  • You must not be a member of the Arkansas National Guard or the United States military.
    • Flower
    • Pre-rolls
    • Concentrates Vape cartridges
    • Tinctures
    • Infused edibles, including THC beverages
    • Herbology

    • Harvest House of Cannabis 

    • Natural Relief Dispensary

    • Suite 443

    • Green Springs Medical Dispensary ( Near Hot Springs Arkansas)

    • Native Green Wellness Center

    • Natural State Medical Group

    • Pain Free RX

    • Greenlight Dispensary

    • Pine Bluff Agriceuticals

    • Arkansas Patient Services Company

    • Nature’s Herbs and Wellness

    • Noah’s Ark

    • Bloom Medicinals

    • Red River Remedy

    • Enlightened Dispensary

    • Acanza Health Group
    • Purspirit  Cannabis  Co.
    • The Source 
    • The ReLeaf Center
    • Fiddlers Green 
    • Plant Family Therapeutics
    • Arkansas Natural Products 
    • Big Fish of Central Arkansas
    • THC RX, Inc
    • Delta Cannabis Co.
    • Body and Mind Dispensary 
    • NEA Full Spectrum
    • Fort Cannabis Co.
    • River Valley Dispensary 
    • 420RX
    • Enlighted Dispensary
    • Harvest

A medicinal marijuana card in Arkansas is valid for a year (1 year).

Have a current diagnosis and documented physician certification for one of the qualifying conditions listed below:

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • Hepatitis C
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Severe arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Intractable pain that has not responded to ordinary medications, treatment, or surgical measures for more than six (6) months
    • Severe nausea
    • Seizures including without limitation that characteristic of epilepsy
    • Severe and persistent muscle spasms including without limitation those characteristics of multiple sclerosis
    • and any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the Department of Health.

In Arkansas, registered patients and their caregivers are not permitted to cultivate cannabis. There is, however, a little-known clause to consider. A Hardship Cultivation Certificate may be obtained from the Department of Health. If you hold this certificate, you may cultivate marijuana in Arkansas.

You must, however, reside more than 20 miles from a non-profit marijuana treatment facility. There is currently very little information accessible about this procedure.

The application price for an MMJ card at the ADH is $50, which is nonrefundable. The cost of a doctor’s consultation ranges from $120 to $260. If you are one of their ‘established’ patients, doctors usually charge $150 or less. Some providers may additionally charge a follow-up fee of $100.

Renewal of your card costs $50 and should be done at least 30 days before it expires. An MMJ card in Arkansas is valid for a year OR the amount of time specified by the doctor.

A background check costs $37 if you are a caregiver. If the caregiver is the legal guardian or parent of an MMJ patient aged 17 or younger, this cost is waived.

No, medicinal marijuana or associated costs are usually not covered by insurance providers.

Buying Marijuana at Retail Location

Arkansas’ medicinal marijuana program has been gradually expanding since the first shop debuted in 2019. As of now, there are no recreational dispensaries in Arkansas since recreational marijuana is still illegal across the state. Nonetheless, Arkansas established 20 medical dispensaries in 2019 for anybody with a valid Arkansas medical card. To enter one of these state-licensed dispensaries, a patient must ensure they bring their state-issued ID as well as their state-issued medical marijuana card.

Marijuana Delivery Service

The delivery of medicinal marijuana is legal in the state of Arkansas. As a result of the coronavirus epidemic, several dispensaries started providing delivery in order to limit the virus’s spread. The delivery service is well-established, having been in operation since August of 2019.

Arkansas Dispensary Hours

It’s worth noting that Arkansas’ 32 medicinal marijuana shops shut significantly sooner than other states. Although there is no legislation prohibiting dispensaries from remaining open late, many have chosen to shut at 6:00 p.m. There are no dispensaries operating beyond 8:00 p.m., and some shut as early as 4:00 p.m. Because shop hours vary so considerably, double-check the closing time on your preferred dispensary’s website.

Purchase Restrictions

Medical marijuana users and caregivers are permitted to buy up to 4 ounces of marijuana or marijuana-related goods every 30 days. Patients are not permitted to use more than 4 ounces of marijuana per month unless authorized by two separate doctors. However, 4 ounces per month is very liberal, and we don’t believe these restrictions will prevent patients from buying marijuana products.

You will need the following items:

  • Your SS#
  • To disclose your military status
  • In order to sign (electronically)
  • To submit a photo of your state ID, click here.
  • To submit a photo of your doctor’s certification

Minors may become cannabis patients in Arkansas if they receive written permission from their parent/guardian. Minors are not permitted to acquire a cultivation ID card.

To be eligible for an AR patient ID card, you must:

  • You must be 18 or older (minors can apply with parental consent)
  • Proof of Arkansas residence (state-issued driver’s license or ID) is required.
  • You must not be a member of the Arkansas National Guard or the United States military.
  • Flower
  • Pre-rolls
  • Concentrates Vape cartridges
  • Tinctures
  • Infused edibles, including THC beverages
  • Herbology

  • Harvest House of Cannabis 

  • Natural Relief Dispensary

  • Suite 443

  • Green Springs Medical Dispensary ( Near Hot Springs Arkansas)

  • Native Green Wellness Center

  • Natural State Medical Group

  • Pain Free RX

  • Greenlight Dispensary

  • Pine Bluff Agriceuticals

  • Arkansas Patient Services Company

  • Nature’s Herbs and Wellness

  • Noah’s Ark

  • Bloom Medicinals

  • Red River Remedy

  • Enlightened Dispensary

  • Acanza Health Group

  • Purspirit  Cannabis  Co.
  • The Source 
  • The ReLeaf Center
  • Fiddlers Green 
  • Plant Family Therapeutics
  • Arkansas Natural Products 
  • Big Fish of Central Arkansas
  • THC RX, Inc
  • Delta Cannabis Co.
  • Body and Mind Dispensary 
  • NEA Full Spectrum
  • Fort Cannabis Co.
  • River Valley Dispensary 
  • 420RX
  • Enlighted Dispensary
  • Harvest

A medicinal marijuana card in Arkansas is valid for a year (1 year).

Have a current diagnosis and documented physician certification for one of the qualifying conditions listed below:

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • Hepatitis C
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Severe arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Intractable pain that has not responded to ordinary medications, treatment, or surgical measures for more than six (6) months
    • Severe nausea
    • Seizures including without limitation that characteristic of epilepsy
    • Severe and persistent muscle spasms including without limitation those characteristics of multiple sclerosis
    • and any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the Department of Health.

In Arkansas, registered patients and their caregivers are not permitted to cultivate cannabis. There is, however, a little-known clause to consider. A Hardship Cultivation Certificate may be obtained from the Department of Health. If you hold this certificate, you may cultivate marijuana in Arkansas.

You must, however, reside more than 20 miles from a non-profit marijuana treatment facility. There is currently very little information accessible about this procedure.

The application price for an MMJ card at the ADH is $50, which is nonrefundable. The cost of a doctor’s consultation ranges from $120 to $260. If you are one of their ‘established’ patients, doctors usually charge $150 or less. Some providers may additionally charge a follow-up fee of $100.

Renewal of your card costs $50 and should be done at least 30 days before it expires. An MMJ card in Arkansas is valid for a year OR the amount of time specified by the doctor.

A background check costs $37 if you are a caregiver. If the caregiver is the legal guardian or parent of an MMJ patient aged 17 or younger, this cost is waived.

No, medicinal marijuana or associated costs are usually not covered by insurance providers.

Yes,  you can book a telemedicine appointment online to see an Arkansas doctor for your medical right here on our website. If a patient does not need an in-person visit, a physician may perform a telemedicine assessment to establish if the patient is eligible for medicinal marijuana usage. Physicians should be aware, however, that the certification needs a handwritten signature. Telemedicine doctors in Arkansas must follow the state’s current telemedicine laws.

Yes, book your appointment online today to see a Licensed Arkansas Physician and obtain your Medical Marijuana card from home.  Yes virtual appointments are available. AR citizens will be able to qualify for medicinal marijuana from the comfort of their own homes.

No, medicinal marijuana or associated costs are usually not covered by insurance providers.

Marijuana is only legal for Arkansas medical cardholders at this time.

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A physician must be licensed and in good standing in the state of Arkansas in order to certify you for medicinal marijuana. Telemedicine visits are accessible and encouraged in Arkansas because to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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