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Get your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card

A medical marijuana card in Oklahoma is $149, and only paid if approved by the doctor.

Heally makes getting your Oklahoma medical card a snap.

Doctors are available without appointment from 8 AM – 10 PM, seven days a week. All you need is a cell phone or a computer.

Connect with a marijuana doctor online - no appointment needed
Total Cost for Consultation and Recommendation is $149 ($100 State application fee is not included).
Submit your application, receive your certification, and visit a medical marijuana dispensary

Speak to a doctor to see if cannabis is right for you

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:

Anxiety and Stress
Sports Medicine
Pain Management
Addiction Treatment
Women's Health

Cannabis in Oklahoma

Medical marijuana first became legal in Oklahoma in 2018. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have applied for their Oklahoma medical card. In comparison to many other states, receiving an Oklahoma medical marijuana card is fairly easy. However, you still have to find a doctor who is eligible to recommend medical cannabis. Once you’ve visited with your doctor, you can apply online in a lengthy and complicated system ($100 without medicare). Then, you have to wait for an undefined amount of time before you hear if your application is approved. At Heally, we can streamline that process and provide you access to holistic treatment quickly and easily.

What are qualifying conditions in Oklahoma for Medical Marijuana?

Unlike many other states, Oklahoma does not have specific qualifying conditions to receive a medical cannabis card. If a doctor deems that cannabis may benefit your well-being, you’re eligible for a medical cannabis card.

How does Heally Work in Oklahoma?

To obtain your Oklahoma medical card with Heally, you must first create an account. We’ll connect you with one of our doctors in a telehealth appointment that works with your schedule. You'll only be charged the $149 if the doctor thinks cannabis is the right treatment for you, you’ll receive a recommendation form that you can then use to submit your Adult Patient Physician Recommendation Form. Please keep in mind that you will still have to pay the State Application fee which is $100 without Medicare. The Oklahoma State Health Department will mail you a marijuana card within two weeks of your certification.

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Oklahoma believes that cannabis can be an effective form of treatment for a variety of wellness goals. While the process to obtain a medical marijuana card can be time-consuming, it’s lax in comparison to other states. If you’re ready to take charge of your own health, cannabis may be the solution for you. Get started on obtaining your Oklahoma medical card at Heally today.

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For Oklahoma, even people under the age of 18 who have a government issued medical marijuana recommendation are legally permitted to possess up to 3 oz of marijuana on their person, up to 8 oz in their residence, as well as 72 oz of edibles, and 1 oz of concentrate. Individuals are also allowed to grow up to 6 mature plants, and 6 seedlings. Because marijuana is still federally illegal, it is illegal to consume marijuana on federal lands. Learn more.