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How Easy It Is To Get A Medical Card in Oregon?

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Step 1

Schedule an appointment with an approved Oregon Medical Marijuana Physician

Step 2

Conduct your telemedicine appointment with the Oregon MJ doctor​

Step 4

Get your OR MMJ Card and start shopping at Oregon medical dispensaries!

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

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

Obtaining an Oregon medical marijuana card requires a physician evaluation. This doctor must be an M.D. or O.D. (DO).

Step 2 – Conduct your Oregon Medical Marijuana card appointment

After an evaluation, your doctor will decide if you qualify for medical cannabis. If you do, you’ll get a doctor’s recommendation for your MMJ card application.

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

Once you have your recommendation, visit the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) website. The website will walk you through the application process and explain what documents (like proof of residency and identification) are required.

Lastly, pay the $200 application fee and submit your application.

What will you need when registering yourself online as a patient in OR?

  • Completed OMMP Application form
  • This form must be signed by a doctor within 90 days of the date of your medical marijuana application.
  • Photocopies of valid identification. or ID
  • However, some patients may be eligible for reduced application fees.
  • A separate form must be filled out if a minor wishes to obtain a medical cannabis card.
  • Some of these steps may be different for veterans applying for medical marijuana.

Are OR mmj cards available to minors?

Only those over 18 can apply ‘typically’. A parent or guardian must sign a Minor Declaration Form for minors.

Who can get medical weed in OR?

Who is eligible for Oregon medical marijuana? Any resident of the state who has been diagnosed with one or more qualifying medical conditions may participate in the program.

What types of medical marijuana can I purchase in the Beaver State?

  • Flower/Bud
  • Topicals
  • Pre-rolls
  • Concentrates/Extracts
  • Vape cartridges
  • Tinctures
  • Infused edibles, including THC beverages
  • Marijuana seeds and clones 

Step 4 – Where's the nearest Oregon dispensary?

An email with a receipt will be sent to you once your application has been approved. This receipt can be used as your Oregon MMJ card for 30 days while you wait for your card to arrive. And then you can start shopping for medical cannabis in Oregon.

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How long is a Oregon marijuana card good for?

A 12-month Oregon medical marijuana card (1 year).

What are the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana card in Oregon?

The following medical conditions qualify for an Oregon MMJ card:

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • A degenerative or pervasive neurological condition
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • A medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that produces one or more of the following
    • Cachexia (a weight-loss disease that can be caused by HIV or cancer)
    • Severe pain
    • Severe nausea
    • Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsy
    • Persistent muscle spasm, including but not limited to spasms caused by multiple sclerosis

Can I grow marijuana at home in Oregon?

Marijuana plants can be grown by adults aged 21 and up at home or on private property. Check with your landlord first, as they have the right to restrict cannabis use and cultivate on their properties.

It is mandatory for patients to provide the OMMP with the name and address of their grower. The patient may then grow six mature plants and twelve immature plants.

How much does a medical cannabis card cost in Oregon?

A MMJ card in Oregon costs $200 to apply for and $200 to renew annually. The card is good for one year. When using Food Stamps or the Oregon Health Plan, the cost is $50. For example, if you served in the US military or receive SSI, you may be eligible for a VA pension. It’s only $20 then.

Replacement of an MMJ card costs $100. If you cultivate for someone else, there is a $200 grow site registration fee. Application for grower status is subject to a criminal background check. If you:

  • Not at home, elsewhere
  • 12 or more plants being grown
  • A dispensary or processor will accept surplus marijuana

Does insurance cover medical marijuana in Oregon?

Medical marijuana and related expenses are rarely covered by insurance.

Where do I find a Oregon cannabis dispensary?

Recreational and medical marijuana are both legal in Oregon, making it simple to buy pot. More details below! The state also has lax purchasing laws.

Buying Marijuana at Retail Location

Or you must be a registered medical marijuana patient, designated caregiver, or an adult over the age of 21. Your state-issued ID, such as a driver’s license, must be presented at the time of purchase. A trip to a new dispensary in Oregon should be researched first.

Marijuana Delivery Service

In Oregon, marijuana delivery services are available to medical patients, caregivers, and adults over 21. Portland was allowed to join the program in 2016. State regulators decided to allow marijuana delivery services in areas of Oregon where licensed marijuana activity is prohibited. This program was updated on December 28th, 2018 after the Oregon Liquor Control Commission approved the updated rules.

Not all marijuana dispensaries and retailers deliver to your door. These are the daily product limits for marijuana deliveries:

  • Up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower
  • Up to 5 grams of marijuana concentrates
  • Up to 72 ounces of liquid forms of marijuana or up to 1 pound of marijuana-infused edibles

Oregon Dispensary Hours

According to the OLCC requirements and Measure 91, Oregon’s licensed marijuana retailers and dispensaries can open as early as 7 a.m. and close as late as 10 p.m. Customers must be at least 21 years old to be served by retailers during this time period. Local governments may choose to further restrict legal operating hours.

Purchase Restrictions

Licensed retailers and dispensaries have been allowed to sell the following quantities of marijuana products since October 1, 2015.

  • 1 oz. marijuana flower per day, though 6 oz. is legal at home
  • 5 g concentrates or extracts de marijuana
  • Potentiated marijuana products containing no more than 50 milligrams THC per 16 ounce package
  • 72 ounces marijuana liquids (tinctures, oils, etc.)
  • 10 weed seeds
  • 4 non-flowering marijuana plants per year per consumer.

The following cannabis products are available to medical marijuana patients and caregivers in larger quantities:

  • Amounts: 8 ounces daily/32 ounces monthly
  • 5 g cannabis concentrates
  • Products made from marijuana that weigh up to 16 ounces and contain up to 100 milligrams THC per package
  • 72 oz. liquid edibles (tinctures, for example).
  • 6 mature marijuana plants (flowering)
  • Patients and caregivers can now buy as many marijuana seeds and young plants as a dispensary will sell.

Can I get my Oregon Marijuana card online?

Telemedicine allows doctors to examine patients who don’t need to be seen in person to determine their eligibility for medical marijuana. Notably, the certification requires a handwritten signature. Telemedicine practitioners must follow Oregon telemedicine regulations.

Can I see a Oregon MMJ Doctor online from home?

Yes, Medical Marijuana Doctors in Oregon can be contacted in person or electronically. Allowing OR residents to apply for medical marijuana online.

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