Get a marijuana card in Mississippi

Apply for a Mississippi medical card in minutes with Heally:

  • Visit a certified doctor online — on your schedule.
  • Instantly download your MMJ certification.
  • Not approved? No charge.
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How to get a medical marijuana card in MS

Consultations with licensed marijuana doctors are available from 9 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week. The entire registration process can be done online. The actual doctor’s visit must be done in person. Heally makes the process of getting an MMJ card fast and easy.

  • Check Your Qualifying Conditions in MS

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

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

    Get qualified for your medical marijuana card in MS 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 MS

    Once qualified, the doctor will submit your certification to the state of Mississippi. You can then create an account and complete the application with the MS DOH. You’ll receive a digital card when approved.

Mississippi State Process: Getting Your Medical marijuana Card in Mississippi

  1. Within six months of medical certification, register with the state through their online portal:
  2. You will need to verify your email address via the link in the verification email
  3. Once logged in, click “Create New Application,” then click, “New Patient Registration.”
  4. Complete all the requirements under each section, including:
    1. General Information
    2. Contact Information
    3. Physician/Condition Information
      1. It typically takes a provider 24-48 hours to submit your details. Click “View Available Certification.”
    4. Caregiver Information (if applicable)
    5. Questions and Attestations
      1. Read each question or attestation and select “Yes.”
  5. Under the “Documents” section, submit all of the following:
    1. Your digital photograph (passport style)
    2. Proof of residency
    3. Proof of ID
    4. Caregiver authorization (if applicable)
    5. Parent/legal guardian consent form (if applicable)
    6. Proof of legal guardianship (if applicable)
  6. Pay the nonrefundable $25 fee
  7. Once an application and supporting documents that meet regulatory requirements is submitted, there is a 10-day approval time for licensure applications.
  8. Upon approval of a patient application, patient identification cards are made available within five days.

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Qualifying conditions for getting MMJ card in Mississippi

In Mississippi, medical cannabis use is only approved for patients with chronic conditions. Some qualifying conditions include:

Renew your MMJ card in Mississippi

All Mississippi medical cards and caregiver cards are valid for one year, so renewal must be completed annually. The renewal process is similar to the original application process. You will need to:

  • Meet with a participating physician—which can be done through Heally.
  • Once requalified, your doctor will submit your certification to the state.
  • Log in to the Mississippi DOH online portal here:
  • Complete the state application.
  • Submit the nonrefundable $25 fee.
  • The MDOH approves medical marijuana card renewal within 30 days of application.

You can find instructions for how to submit a renewal in the online portal here:

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Medical marijuana card for minors in Mississippi

In Mississippi, minors under the age of 18 have the opportunity to apply for a medical cannabis card in MS when facing qualifying conditions. They must be certified by an MD/DO and their caregiver must be the child’s primary custodial parent or legal guardian. Documentation of custody will need to be provided during the application process.

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Register a caregiver with Heally in Mississippi

A “designated caregiver” can assist no more than five (5) registered qualifying patients with their medical use of medical cannabis. They must be 21 years of age or older and will need to submit to a background check.

Caregivers must be designated by a patient who is already approved and meet the following requirements:

  • Be a resident of Mississippi.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • Not have been convicted of any disqualifying criminal conviction in the 5 years preceding your application dates.
  • Have your professional licenses in good standing, if any.
  • Not have previously held licenses or cards indicating participation in the Mississippi Medical Marijuana Program or have revoked licenses from other states' medical marijuana programs.

To register as a caregiver:

  1. You will need to register for an account through the state’s online portal:
  2. After you submit your registration information on the Medical Cannabis Registration Portal, you'll receive emails requiring you to verify your identity and intention to join the state's medical cannabis program.
  3. Complete a “New Caregiver Application” through the portal.
  4. Complete the Designation of Caregiver Form and upload it with your application.
  5. Pay the nonrefundable $25 fee.
  6. Submit to a background check ($37).
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Marijuana laws in Mississippi


The Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act (SB 2095) was signed into law in February 2022. Recreational sales and home cultivation of cannabis are not currently legal under Mississippi law.


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


  • Home cultivation of cannabis is not permitted.
  • Marijuana cannot be consumed in public.
  • Patients can not drive or operate a boat, train, or aircraft under the influence of cannabis.
  • Patients under 21 cannot enter a dispensary without their parent or guardian.
  • Patients may not undertake any task that would be negligent or entail professional malpractice while under the influence of cannabis.

Qualified patients and caregivers cannot:

  • Purchase more than 21 grams or ¾ ounce of medical cannabis in a week
  • Purchase more than 84 grams or 3 ounces of medical marijuana in a month
  • Possess more than 98 grams or 3.5 ounces of medical marijuana at once

How Does Heally Work In Mississippi?

Heally is a legitimate online platform for getting Medical Marijuana Identification Card in Mississippi. 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 Mississippi as well, even if you originally got your MMJ card somewhere else. Heally provides numerous benefits for patients in Mississippi, 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 Process

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

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 Mississippi. 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.

The bottom line is that Heally is a reputable platform that provides a quick, easy, and affordable way to apply for a medical marijuana card in Mississippi. With qualified medical professionals, open pricing, and top-notch customer service, we are confident that you will enjoy working with us.

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How to apply for a medical marijuana card in Mississippi online?

In Mississippi you can not do the whole process online. You will need to meet with a participating medical professional who will determine whether you qualify for medical marijuana. If qualified, they will send the certification to the state. You will need to register and complete an application via the MS DOH website within six months of medical certification.

Does Mississippi accept out-of-state MMJ cards?

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

What are Mississippi marijuana laws?

In Mississippi, marijuana is still illegal for recreational use. However, medical marijuana is legal for patients with qualifying conditions who have obtained a medical marijuana card.

What is the cost of a Mississippi medical card?

There will be two costs for your Mississippi medical card: the fee for the certification appointment and the registration fees. The fee for the appointment on the Heally platform is $179 for new patients and $159 for renewing patients. The cost of a cannabis card in Mississippi is $25. It is $15 for Mississippi Medicaid participants and disabled Veterans or disabled first responders are eligible for 100% waived fees.

How to qualify for a marijuana card in Mississippi?

To qualify for a marijuana card in Mississippi, you must have a qualifying medical condition and obtain a recommendation from a participating medical professional.

How do you renew a Mississippi medical card?

To renew your medical Mississippi medical card, you will need to meet with a participating physician. Once requalified, your doctor will submit your certification to the state. To do this, you have to log in to the Mississippi DOH online portal and Complete the state application. The MDOH approves medical marijuana card renewal within 30 days of application.

Is cannabis legal in Mississippi?

Cannabis is currently only legal for medical use in Mississippi. There is no push for recreational use on any 2023 ballots.

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Dr. Krasne

This information was reviewed by Dr. Krasne

Dr. Benjamin Krasne is a board-certified anesthesiologist. After attending the University of Florida, Dr. Ben matriculated to the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Krasne completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2017. Since graduating residency Dr. Krasne has worked throughout the United States as a traveling anesthesiologist while providing remote driven out-patient clinical services as well.

Last update: 12/21/2023
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