Medical Marijuana

Is Legal in Mississippi

My Marijuana Card can help you get approved at any of our marijuana doctor clinic locations throughout Mississippi. With the overwhelming approval of Initiative 65, Mississippi becomes the 35th state for the legalization of Medical Marijuana. The passage of this law legalized medical marijuana throughout the greater state of Mississippi and established the rules governing the Mississippi Department of Health.  At My Marijuana Card, the process of obtaining your medical marijuana card easy and convenient! Schedule same-day!

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Mississippi Medical Marijuana Program

Mississippi Medical Marijuana Dispensaries / Law Information: As per Initiative 65, effective November 4, 2020, the state of Mississippi authorizes the use of medical marijuana for patients with qualifying conditions and establishes the Medical Marijuana Control Program, effective August 2021. Patients or caregivers with a Mississippi Medical Marijuana Card may possess no more than 2.5 ounces of medical marijuana in a 14 day period (2 weeks supply). The weight of additives to products such as edibles, tinctures, and ointments will not count towards this limit.

What Conditions Qualify

for a Medical Marijuana Card

One thing that seems clear is the list of qualifying conditions. Prospective MMJ users must have one of the following conditions and receive certification from a licensed physician.

  • Epilepsy or Seizures
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Sickle-cell Anemia
  • Cachexia
  • ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis-Lou Gehrig's Disease)
  • Severe Muscle Spasticity
  • Cancer
  • Chronic/debilitating pain
  • Intractable Nausea
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Agitation of dementia
  • Spinal cord disease or severe injury
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Glaucoma
  • Pain refractory to the appropriate management of opioids
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Crohn’s disease
  • HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
  • Autism (with self-injurious or aggressive behaviors)
  • AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome)

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How to Qualify for an Mississippi Medical Marijuana Card

Before visiting a medical marijuana dispensary in Ohio, you must fulfill the following qualifications:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
    • Patients under 18 years of age must have parental consent
  • Have a current diagnosis of a qualifying condition (see below)
  • Hold an official written certification from a physician
  • Be an Mississippi resident with proof of residency (Valid Mississippi driver’s license or state ID card

Frequently Asked Questions

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.

Initial information suggests that MMJ cardholders will pay a $50 application fee. A Mississippi MMJ card is valid for one year.
The state plans to tax cannabis like other consumer goods with a 7% rate. Initiative 65 doesn’t place any special excise taxes on marijuana. This is good news and should keep the cost of cannabis down.