Get a marijuana card online in Texas
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Talk to a doctor at your convenience to get your medical marijuana card in Texas. Heally connects you with certified doctors online, through our HIPAA-compliant platform. We make the certification process easier than ever!
How to get a medical marijuana card in Texas
Certified marijuana prescribing doctors are available to meet with you seven days a week between 8 am and 10 pm, and you’ll never need an appointment — just connect with a cell phone or computer.
Check your qualifying conditions in TexasReview the list of approved conditions to qualify for a medical marijuana card in Texas below.
Register with Heally to apply for cannabis cardFill out our quick intake form to start the Texas medical marijuana card process.
Visit an online consultation with cannabis doctorBook an appointment with a certified medical marijuana doctor. You can meet instantly or schedule a later visit at your convenience.
Get Your MMJ in TexasYour appointment will generally be about 15 minutes. The doctor will then register you with CURT.
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How does Heally help get MMIC in Texas
Unlike many other states, you don’t need an actual Texas medical card to get marijuana. Simply hit Register on our website, choose the state of Texas, and we’ll help you find a licensed marijuana doctor online, that you can meet with from the comfort of your home via our telemedicine software. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and discuss potential treatment options. If your physician determines marijuana is right for you, they will register you with Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT).
Since you don’t need a Texas medical marijuana card, the medical marijuana renewal process is even easier. It can be completed 100% online.
Qualifying conditions for getting MMJ card in Texas
To obtain a medical marijuana prescription in Texas from a certified doctor, you must have one of the qualifying conditions in order to receive a prescription from a doctor. The list of the current qualifying conditions to gain access to medical marijuana includes:
- Seizure Disorders, including Epilepsy
- Terminal and Non-Terminal Cancer
- Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Huntington’s Disease
- Chronic pain that is normally treated by opioids
State process for obtaining marijuana card in Texas
After you've spoken to a Heally physician and been approved for the Texas Low THC program, you don't need to do anything. The next steps are for your physician. The physician will:
- Enter your details in their physician profile within the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas, also known as CURT
- Once your details have been entered, the state will verify that the details are correct
To purchase your medicine, simply go to your local dispensary and show them your state ID. The dispensary can access CURT and confirm your status as a valid patient in the state.
A few good cannabis pharmacy options are https://tx.goodblend.com/ and https://texasoriginal.com/
Not sure if you qualify? Don't worry, if the doctor does
not approve you, you will get your money back.
How Much does a Medical Marijuana Evaluation Cost in Texas?
Your initial valuation will cost $159 for the initial visit if approved by the doctor, and each follow up visit $100.
What About Houston, San Antonio, & Dallas?
You can get medical marijuana in all of these cities! Heally helps people access medical cannabis in any Texan city.
Are there any Age Restrictions for low-THC Marijuana Prescriptions?
Texas Law places no limitations on the age of the patient. However, patients under 18 will require a legal guardian to receive low-THC marijuana prescriptions.
Do I Need to Register for a Medical Marijuana ID in Texas?
Patients do not register in CURT; their prescriptions are entered in the system by their physicians. Then marijuana patients can pick up their medicine at a licensed dispensary.
Can I get a Physical Texas Medical Marijuana Card?
No. You don’t need a medical marijuana card in Texas. You just need to be registered in CURT by a licensed marijuana physician.
Is It Legal to Get a Medical Marijuana Card Online in Texas?
Since no physical medical marijuana cards are provided in the state of Texas, you cannot get them online. However, you can meet with a doctor online, who will then register you in CURT.
How Long Does It Take to Fill my Marijuana Prescription in Texas?
Prescriptions can usually be filled on the same day as requested.
How Can I Refill my Marijuana Medicine?
In Texas, each doctor prescribes a maximum amount of THC within a given office visit. Any further medication needs can be addressed in a follow up appointment, where the doctor can safely adjust your dose as needed for your particular medical condition. If you are in need of a new prescription, please contact your doctor by logging into your Heally Portal to be connected with your doctor.
Are Patients Allowed to Grow their Own Marijuana in Texas?
No. Only licensed dispensers will be able to grow marijuana and only for production of low-THC marijuana. Patients are required to purchase low-THC medical marijuana products in Texas from a licensed dispensing organization.
Will it be Legal for Patients to Smoke Low-THC Marijuana?
No. Texas Occupations Code §169.001 specifically excludes smoking from the definition of "medical use."
Does the State of Texas Have Medical Marijuana Reciprocity?
Unfortunately, no; Texas does not offer medical marijuana reciprocity.
What to Do After You Receive Your Texas Cannabis Card
Being the second largest state in the United States, Texas certainly has an abundance of adventures to go on for all to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for some natural wonders to explore or are a huge sports fan, Texas has it all.
Located in southern Texas, San Antonio is a city full of history, art, culture, and so much more. Strolling along the River Walk with stunning scenery, tasty foods, and an abundance of San Antonio’s culture is an absolute necessity. Learn about local history by visiting the Alamo and various local World Heritage sites. Get a taste of nature by hiking or biking in the beautiful Brackenridge Park and take a tour of the enchanting Natural Bridge Caverns to experience fun for the whole family.
With tons of culture, food, and entertainment for all, you’ll always find something new to do in Houston. Visit the nature and adventure-filled Geronimo Park for endless fun including ziplining, rock climbing, and so much more! While in Houston, something that all must do is visit the space center where you can feel like an astronaut for the day. Take a stroll around the beautiful Hermann Park followed by an art tour of all the amazing art and culture around Houston.
Surrounded by beautiful nature, culture, and an energetic music scene, Dallas is surely the place to be after you’ve taken your natural medicines — remember, you don’t have to get a medical marijuana card in Texas! Take a breath of fresh air in the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a night out at the House of Blues and the many bars and restaurants throughout this lively city. Learn about the history and culture of this city by visiting its many renowned museums, too!
Marijuana laws in Texas
In 2021, the state of Texas legalized low-THC medical marijuana oil for qualifying patients. Individuals can only be prescribed low-THC marijuana from qualifying physicians. No medical marijuana cards are needed in Texas; you simply need to be registered in CURT by a certified physician. Currently, there are very few medical marijuana dispensaries in the state. Additionally, the use and possession of recreational marijuana is still illegal in the state of Texas. Besides medical marijuana oils, Texas also allows low-THC medical marijuana in the form of doctor-prescribed tinctures and edibles.
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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: 05/17/2023