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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program A Patient's Guide

Dec 2


If you're eligible to participate in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program, these are the steps you need to start:


If you're a medicinal marijuana cardholder and have been diagnosed by a registered medical doctor who is a member of the program, with at least one illness it is possible that you qualify.


  • Cancer*\sGlaucoma


  • Tourette's syndrome, a neurological condition that can lead to seizures, is also known as

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Seizures such as those that are caused by epilepsy.

  • Muscle spasms that are severe and chronic, such as those that occur with multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Crohn's disease and other intestinal inflammations

  • 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 kind of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

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

  • Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia that affects people.

  • Pain that lasts over a long period

  • Sickle cell disease could be described as a kind of sickle-cell disease.

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



Before you can begin applying to the program, a doctor medical assistant, or advanced practice registered nurses must be able to verify that your condition is correct.


  • Contact your doctor, physician assistant, or advanced registered nurse in your practice to set up an appointment. They are the only medical experts who can verify your illness.

  • Be aware that the OMC is not able to keep track of the people taking part in the program. It is your obligation to make an appointment with a registered health care professional.

  • The Acknowledgement for the Patient Email can be downloaded and printed (PDF).

  • Please fill in the fields for the acknowledgment and email for the Patient Forms.


  • Please provide the email address where you would like to receive secure messages about your health. Consider creating a new personal email address prior to your appointment if it does not already have one through your work.

  • This form should be brought to your appointment and then handed to your physician.

  • When you visit, ask for an outline of the appointment along with a list of the medications you are now taking. If you decide to take your medicine, bring this documentation along with you.


After your appointment with your doctor, you'll get an email from OMC with the following details:


  • Confirmation from your health doctor.

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


Once you've received your certification email, you will be able to register. Before clicking on the Register button, make sure you have the following information:


  • Examples of government-issued IDs are a state ID, driver's license, or passports.

  • If you want to apply for the discount fee, you have to show proof that you're receiving Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those who transition to retirement benefits) medical assistance, MinnesotaCare or IHS, Railroad Disability, VA dependency, indemnity compensation, or Veteran's Disability benefits.

  • To capture or scan images of your IDs you can use an electronic camera or phone with cameras.

  • You can pay the annual registration fee by cash or credit/debit card. U.S. Bank accepts all payment methods.

  • After you have received an email, your account has been approved. After that, you'll be able to go to Step 3: Receive, which is the final stage in the process.



To buy medical cannabis, first, complete a Patient Evaluation on your Registry account. The form should be filled out by the person who is allowed to collect your cannabis for medicinal purposes if they are under the age of 18 or if you are an adult caregiver.


Go to:


  • Log in to your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry Account.

  • You are required to take a patient Self-Evaluation each time you want medical cannabis.

  • Bring your appointment outline along with the list of medicines currently prescribed to you , that you received during your medical care practitioner visit with you at the time you visit the Cannabis Patient Center.


At the Cannabis Patient Center, you will meet with a certified pharmacist who:


  • Take a look at your self-evaluation and summary of your appointment with the doctor and the list of medicines you're now taking.

  • Make a medical cannabis dosage recommendation that is unique to you.

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