Get a marijuana card online in Minnesota

Apply for a Minnesota medical card in minutes with Heally:

  • Certified doctors online — on your schedule.
  • Receive your MMJ certification.
  • Not approved? No charge.
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How to get a medical marijuana card in MN

Evaluations by licensed marijuana doctors are available from 9 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week, and everything can be done online. Heally makes the process of getting an MMJ card fast and easy.

  • Check Your Qualifying Conditions in MN

    The first thing you'll need to do is review the qualifying conditions for a medical marijuana card in Minnesota. See the list of approved conditions below.
  • Register with Heally

    Fill out our quick intake form to get started with the Minnesota medical card process.
  • Online Evaluation With Your Medical Marijuana Doctor

    Get qualified for your marijuana card in Minnesota instantly or at your convenience when you book an appointment with a certified medical marijuana doctor. You’ll discuss your medical history and any questions you may have. Your appointment will generally be about 15 minutes.
  • Receive Your Medical Marijuana Card in MN

    Once approved, the doctor will submit your certification to the state of Minnesota. You will receive an invitation from the state to complete your state application within three business days, if approved. Once registered, you will need to complete and submit a Patient Self-Evaluation form.

Minnesota State Process: Getting Your Minnesota Medical Card

Before you start, have these supporting documents ready:

  • A photo or image of your government-issued photo identification, such as a Minnesota identification/driver’s license. Image file type must be JPG, GIF, TIF, or PNG and smaller than 4 MB.
    • Proof of address if your current address is not listed on your ID
  • A credit/debit card or check (routing and account numbers) for the online annual enrollment fee of $200
    • Or a $50 discounted fee if you can provide evidence you meet the qualifications:
      • Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI)/Social Security Disability (SSD), including those transitioning to retirement benefits. A letter from Social Security verifying your transition from SSD to retirement benefits or the SSD/SSI Benefit Verification letter dated within the last 90 days is acceptable. Medicare is not a qualifier for the discounted fee.
      • Current medical assistance (MA), MinnesotaCare, or Indian Health Services (IHS) card. An enrollment letter from the county or state dated within the last 90 days is also acceptable.
      • Railroad disability. A benefit verification letter for Railroad disability dated within the last 90 days is acceptable.
      • Veteran’s disability. A valid VA service-connected card or VA disability benefit letter dated within the last 90 days is acceptable.
      • A dependency and indemnity compensation (VA DIC). An approval letter for VA dependency and indemnity compensation dated within the last 90 days is acceptable.

Register in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program:

  • Once your doctor has qualified you and sent your certification to the state, you will receive an enrollment email (using the address you gave your doctor) from the Minnesota Department of Health within three days.
  • Create your patient account and complete the enrollment application by following the directions here:
    • Applications can take up to 30 days to be approved. They are processed in the order received.
  • Once approved, you will receive an approval email.
  • Complete a Patient Self-evaluation form through your Medical Cannabis Registry account by following the directions here:
  • Schedule an appointment with a medical cannabis dispensary.
    • Make sure to bring your government-issued photo ID, and if you’re an initial patient, bring a list of your prescribed medications and the visit summary from your certifying healthcare provider.
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Qualifying conditions for getting MMJ card in Minnesota

If you are 18 years of age or older, a resident of Minnesota, and diagnosed with one or more of the conditions listed below, you may be eligible to gain a medical marijuana card:

Not sure if you qualify? Don't worry, if the doctor does
not approve you, you will get your money back.

Renew your MMJ card in Minnesota

Each medical marijuana application is only valid for one year, so you will need to renew annually. The Minnesota Department of Health will send you emails 60 days and 30 days prior to expiration as a reminder to renew.

To renew your marijuana card in Minnesota, you will need to:

  • Meet with a licensed MMJ physician. Even if you originally qualified elsewhere, you can renew your Minnesota medical card with Heally. Simply book an online appointment at your convenience through our HIPAA-compliant telehealth services.
  • Complete Re-Enrollment Application. After your doctor recertifies you, you will be sent an email prompting you to complete the re-enrollment application.
  • Application Review. Your enrollment application will be reviewed by the Office of Medical Cannabis staff. This may take up to 30 days.
  • Receive Approval. You will receive an email from the Minnesota Department of Health as soon as your application has been approved. The Office of Medical Cannabis staff may contact you by email if we need additional information.

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Medical marijuana card for minors in Minnesota

In Minnesota, minors under the age of 18 have the opportunity to apply for a medical marijuana card in Minnesota when facing qualifying conditions so long as they have a caregiver aged 21 or over to apply on their behalf.

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Register a caregiver with Heally in Minnesota

If a patient is under 18 years of age or requires assistance accessing medical cannabis, they can register a caregiver to purchase and administer the medical marijuana on their behalf.

The minor patients will need to add their caregiver’s details to their account when applying to the state. The caregiver will be given a separate application form to complete and they must complete a criminal background check ($15) before the application is granted.

Caregivers can also be anyone designated to assist a registered patient by a physician. So they are not limited to parents, guardians, and spouses.

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Marijuana laws in Minnesota


Medical marijuana has been legal in Minnesota since 2014. As of August 2023, the use and possession of recreational marijuana became legal for adults ages 21 and up. Since recreational use is so new, laws and benefits are still being determined. However, there are benefits to holding a weed card in Minnesota. These include:

  • Higher possession. Minnesota medical card holders can possess a 90-day supply of medical cannabis as specified by their physician.
  • Lower taxes. Minnesota medical card holders currently pay 0% tax on medical marijuana purchases.


Minnesota does not provide reciprocity for individuals holding MMJ cards from other states. However, There are many states who practice reciprocity for those holding a Minnesota medical card.


  • Medical marijuana cannot be consumed in public.
  • Medical marijuana is available in oils, tinctures, pills, pre-rolled joints, gummies, chews, and smokeable flower forms.
  • Adults 21 and older may grow up to eight plants, with no more than four being mature, in a single residence. The plants must be in a locked, enclosed space out of public view.

How Does Heally Work In Minnesota?

Heally is a legitimate online platform for obtaining medical marijuana cards in Minnesota. All you have to do is create an account and get instantly connected with a licensed doctor in the state. The process involves a telehealth visit where patients discuss their medical issues, and the doctor determines if medical marijuana is suitable for their condition.

It's important to note that Heally guarantees a risk-free consultation by not charging clients if their requests are rejected by the physician. Heally offers the convenience of renewing a medical card in Minnesota as well, even if you originally got your MMJ card somewhere else. Heally provides numerous benefits for patients in Minnesota, including easy access to licensed doctors, a convenient online platform, and a streamlined process for obtaining or renewing medical marijuana cards.

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Why choose Heally

Fast and Easy Online Process

Heally provides an easy-to-follow online process for obtaining an MMJ card in Minnesota. Without leaving their homes, patients can apply for an MMJ card, doing away with the need to go to the doctor's office.

Affordable Pricing with No Hidden Costs

The affordable cost of a Minnesota MMJ card on the heally platform makes them available to a broader range of patients. The price of obtaining an MMJ card through Heally is affordable when compared to alternative options.

Security and privacy

Heally is concerned about Patient privacy and security. Patient data is never shared with outside parties and personal information about patients is protected using industry-standard security measures.

Trusted and Legitimate Platform

Heally is a legit and trusted platform for applying for a marijuana card in Minnesota. Heally has a strong reputation and positive customer reviews. Patients can have confidence in the credibility and professionalism of doctors and clinics on the Heally platform.

Licensed Physicians

All of the physicians on the Heally platform are licensed and qualified to recommend MMJ for qualifying medical conditions. Patients can be confident that they are receiving a qualified medical professional's professional evaluation.

Superior Customer Service

Doctors and clinics on Heally offer excellent customer service, with a team of knowledgeable and friendly support agents on hand to help patients with their MMJ card applications. Patients can contact support through Heally for assistance at any time during the process.

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How to get a medical marijuana card in MN?

To apply for a medical marijuana card in Minnesota, patients must first receive a certification from a licensed healthcare provider that they have a qualifying medical condition. Once certified, patients can register for a Minnesota medical card through the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Patient Registry website.

Does Minnesota accept out-of-state MMJ cards?

No, Minnesota does not accept out-of-state medical marijuana cards. You need a current medical marijuana card issued by the state of Minnesota in order to use marijuana for medical purposes in Minnesota.

What are Minnesota marijuana laws?

Minnesota has legalized both recreational and medical marijuana. Medicinal use is legal for those 18 years of age or older, while recreational use is legal for those 21 and older. Medical marijuana is available to those with qualifying conditions who have a valid medical marijuana card.

What is the cost of a Minnesota medical card?

Minnesota does not charge a registration fee, so the only upfront cost is the consultation fee with your doctor. Remember, you will not be charged if you do not qualify for an MMJ certificate. Pricing on the Heally platform is $125 for renewals.

How do you qualify for a marijuana card in Minnesota?

To qualify for a Minnesota medical card, you must have a qualifying medical condition that can be treated with medical marijuana. You must also obtain a physician’s certification.

How do you renew a Minnesota medical card?

To renew your medical weed card in MN, you will need to meet with a licensed MMJ physician, complete a Re-Enrollment Application and receive an email from the Minnesota Department of Health as soon as your application has been approved. The Office of Medical Cannabis staff may contact you by email if we need additional information.

Is cannabis legal in Minnesota?

Cannabis is legal in Minnesota for both medical and recreational use, but there are regulations in place for both types of use. Since recreational use was only recently legalized, the state has not yet determined the licensing system. It is expected that Minnesota won’t benefit from recreational use until early 2025.

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Last update: 12/22/2023
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