Have a doctor review your medical history or current medication list, to see if cannabis can help you achieve your wellness goals. Marijuana Doctors on the Heally platform specialize in many areas including:
In late 2018, Missourians voted to pass amendment 2, legalizing medical cannabis. Patients can register with Heally and receive a signature on their recommendation form from a state licensed physician. Next, all you'll have to do is submit your application online to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and pay the $25 fee. Then you will be able to visit one of the many dispensaries that will open in 2020. Recreational cannabis use is still illegal.
Patients in Missouri who are suffering from any chronic condition that pharmaceuticals are normally prescribed to qualify for a medical marijuana card. These conditions include cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, severe migraines, and debilitating psychiatric disorders such as PTSD, HIV/AIDS, terminal illnesses, as well as other conditions prescribed by a physician.
Create an account. Talk to a marijuana doctor using your mobile device or computer (no appointment is necessary). If a doctor thinks cannabis can help, he/she will discuss various treatment options. Post-visit your recommendation will be available for download within an hour and can be used when you register and submit your Physicians Certification for Medical Cannabis Form to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services' online registry. The Missouri State Health Department will mail you a marijuana card within 30 days of certification. You will not be charged the fee if the doctor does not believe that the video visit meets his/her standard of care.
The state of Missouri recognizes that the use of Medical Marijuana can benefit a large variety of medical conditions. Speak to a doctor to learn if cannabis can help you achieve your wellness goals.