Get Your Missouri Medical Cannabis Card

For just $149 for the year, you can be certified to receive your medical card in Missouri. Speak to a doctor who will evaluate your qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri and approve your certification. You only pay if you’re approved by the doctor. If medical cannabis isn’t the right option for you, we offer the best legal CBD in Missouri for your health and wellness.

We Made Getting Your Cannabis Card Simple

Speak to a doctor who will evaluate your qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri and approve your certification.

You only pay if you’re approved by the doctor. If medical cannabis isn’t the right option for you, we offer the best legal CBD in Missouri for your health and wellness.

Doctors are available 8AM - 10PM seven days a week.

Register for access to our easy-to-use platform.
You can connect with a doctor online to talk about your qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri - no appointment needed!
The total cost for a consultation with one of our partner physicians and a recommendation is $149, paid only if approved.
Submit your application, receive your certification, and visit a medical marijuana dispensary to choose your medicine.

Talk To A Doctor Through Your Computer Or Smartphone

Review your medical history or current medication list, to see if cannabis can help you achieve your wellness goals. Marijuana Doctors on the 420Recs platform specialize in many areas including:

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

Medical Cannabis Card In Missouri

In late 2018, Missourians voted to pass amendment 2, legalizing medical cannabis. You 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. While recreational medical cannabis use is still illegal if you are not approved, we offer the finest CBD in Missouri, so everyone can experience the benefits of whole-plant cannabis products.

What Are Qualifying Conditions In Missouri For A Medical Card?

Missouri patients suffering from a chronic condition for which pharmaceuticals are normally prescribed may be eligble for a medical marijuana card. These conditions include severe migraines, cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, and debilitating disorders such as PTSD, HIV/AIDS, and terminal illnesses. Other conditions may be approved by your physician.

How does Heally work?

Create an account, then talk to a doctor using your mobile device or computer (no appointment is necessary). If your doctor thinks cannabis can help one of the qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri that you suffer from, he/she will discuss various treatment options. After your 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 Missouri medical card in 30 days or less. You will not be charged for your consultation if the doctor does not believe that the video visit meets his/her standard of care.

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Medical Cannabis In The State Of Missouri

The state of Missouri recognizes that the use of Medical Marijuana can benefit a large variety of qualifying conditions. Speak to a doctor to learn if cannabis can help you achieve your wellness goals today.

Legality Requirements for Marijuana in Missouri

In Missouri, patients (even those under the age of 18 with a registered caregiver) who have a government-issued medical marijuana recommendation are able permitted to possess up to 4 oz of dried, unprocessed marijuana on their person. Individuals are can also to grow up to 6 mature plants, 6 vegetative plants, and 6 seedlings with the acquisition of a separate cultivation card which costs $100. Because marijuana is still federally illegal, it is illegal to consume marijuana on federal lands.

FAQ for Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Wondering how to get your medical card and CBD products? Check out this FAQ and learn more about the qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri and the process of getting one.

Do You Need a License for Cannabis Products in Missouri?

If you plan on using products that contain THC, you need a medical card in Missouri. While Missouri CBD products with no THC don’t require a medical card, all products with THC require that the buyer has a medical card.

If you want to reap the benefits of both THC and CBD, you need to meet the qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri. For the best results, you should consult with an expert about the process and whether or not you qualify.

How Much Does a Medical Cannabis Card Cost in Missouri?

Your card will cost $149 for the year, and you only have to pay if you’re approved by a doctor!

How Do I Know Cannabis is Right For Me?

Cannabis can be used to treat a long list of ailments and diseases. But you might be wondering if marijuana could really help you. Speak to a Heally doctor to find out if you meet the qualifying conditions for a medical card in Missouri and to learn what cannabis can do for you.