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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program A Patient's Guide

Dec 2


These are the steps to take if you're eligible for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program.

If you have a medical marijuana cardholder and have been identified by a licensed health care practitioner with the program with at least one illness it is possible that you qualify.


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  • Tourette's syndrome, a neurological disorder that can trigger seizures, is known as

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a kind of amyotrophic-lateral sclerosis.

  • Seizures, such as those that are associated with epilepsy

  • Multiple MS (MS) can trigger severe and persistent muscle spasms.

  • Crohn's disease as well as other inflammatory bowel diseases

  • If your life expectancy is less than a year, you're suffering from a terminal condition.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a form of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a kind of sleep apnea

  • Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that affects individuals.

  • Long-lasting pain

  • Sickle cell disease could be described as a type of sickle cell disorder.

  • Tic disorder, whether motor or verbal * If you experience severe or persistent nausea, pain or vomiting or cachexia or extreme swelling as a result of your condition or its treatment.



A physician assistant, doctor, or advanced practice registered nurse must first verify your medical condition before you may apply for the program.


  • To set up an appointment you must contact your physician, specialist assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse to arrange for an appointment. They are the only medical professionals that are able to confirm your health.

  • Be aware that the OMC does not keep track of those participating in the program. It is your responsibility to schedule an appointment with licensed health care professionals.

  • The Acknowledgement for the Patient Email is available for download and printing (PDF).

  • Please complete the following fields for the acknowledgement and email for the Patient Forms.


  • Fill in the email address that you'd like to receive confidential messages about your health. Consider creating a new personal email account prior to the appointment if already have one on the job you work for.

  • Bring this form along to your appointment, and then hand it to your doctor.

  • When you visit, ask for an outline of your appointment as well as an overview of the drugs you are now taking. When you buy your medicinal marijuana and bring the documentation along with you.


After your appointment with your health provider After your appointment, you'll receive an email from the OMC which includes the following details:


  • Your health care provider's acknowledgment of your health condition.

  • The Medical Cannabis Patient Registry's distinctive registration link.



You'll be able to register once you receive your confirmation email. Before you click the Register button, collect the following details:


  • Examples of government-issued ID include identification cards issued by the state, drivers' licenses, and passports.

  • If you are applying for the discount fee, then you must be able to prove that you're getting Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those who transfer into retirement benefits), medical assistance, MinnesotaCare or IHS, Railroad Disability, VA dependency, indemnity compensation, or Veteran's Disability benefits.

  • To capture/scan photographs of your IDs, you can use either a smartphone or a camera equipped with a camera.

  • The annual registration fee may be paid using a debit or credit card or cash, and the program's payment processor, U.S. Bank, accepts all the above methods of payment.

  • When your account is accepted, you will be sent an email. After that, you'll be able to go to step 3: Receive, which is the last stage of the procedure.



To purchase medical cannabis, you need to first fill out a Patient Evaluation for your Registry account. If you're less than 18 or have a caretaker who is a caregiver, you need to fill out this form.


Go to:


  • Log into your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry Account.

  • You are required to take a patient Self-Evaluation at every time you are interested in medical cannabis.

  • When you visit the Cannabis Patient Center, bring your appointment summary along with the list of drugs you're currently receiving from your doctor.


You'll visit with a qualified pharmacist at the Cannabis Patient Center, who will:


  • Examine your self-evaluation report and summary of your appointment with the doctor and the list of medicines you're currently taking.

  • Create a dosage for medical cannabis recommendation that is unique for you.

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