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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program: A Patient's Guide

Dec 2


These are the steps you need to follow if you're eligible for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program.

If you have a medical marijuana card holder and have been diagnosed by a registered health practitioner who has the program and with at least one medical condition, you may be eligible.


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  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is a form of amyotrophic lateral degeneration.

  • These seizures, for instance, are related to epilepsy.

  • Multiple MS (MS) is a condition that can result in chronic and severe muscle spasms.

  • Crohn's Disease and various other digestive disorders that cause inflammation

  • You are diagnosed with a terminal illness when your life expectancy is lower than one year.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), is a type of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

  • Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), is a form of obstructive sleep apnea.

  • Alzheimer's disease is a serious illness that affects many people.

  • Pain that lasts for a long time

  • Sickle cell disease is described as a type of sickle cell disease.

  • Tic disorder, whether verbal or motor * If you have been experiencing persistent or severe nausea, pain, nausea, vomiting, cachexia, or excessive wasting as a result of your medical condition or treatment.



Before you are able to apply to the program, a doctor medical assistant or advanced practice registered nurse must verify that your medical condition is valid.


  • To make an appointment call your doctor, medical assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse to arrange for an appointment. These are the only doctors that are able to confirm your health.

  • The OMC does not keep track of the people who participate within the program. It is your responsibility to make appointments with registered health professionals.

  • Print and download the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Form (PDF)

  • Please complete the fields below for the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Forms

  • Please enter your email address if you'd prefer to receive private messages regarding your health. If you do not have an email address at work, you might want to create one prior to your appointment.

  • The form must be brought to your appointment and then handed to your physician.

  • Get a written summary of your appointment and a list of all medicines you're currently taking at the time of your appointment. The documentation you need to bring along when you go to pick up the medical marijuana you have purchased.


After you have seen your doctor, you'll get an email from OMC with the following details:


  • A confirmation from your health medical professional.

  • Unique registration link to the Medical Cannabis Patient Registry



After you've received your confirmation email, you'll be able to register. Before clicking on the Register button, you must gather the following details:


  • Examples of ID issued by the government include the state ID, driver's license, passports.

  • If you wish to apply for the discount, you must prove that you are getting Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those who are transitioning into retirement benefits), medical assistance, MinnesotaCare or IHS, Railroad Disability, VA dependency, indemnity compensation, or Veteran's Disability benefits.

  • Make use of a smartphone equipped with a camera to take photos or scan images of your IDs.

  • The annual registration fee via cheque or credit/debit card. U.S. Bank accepts all payment options.

  • Once your account has been accepted, you will be sent an email. The next step is step 3: Receive, which is the final stage of the process.



To buy medicinal cannabis, you must first fill out a Patient Evaluation for your Registry account. If you are less than 18 years old, or you have a caregiver to fill out this form.


Go to:


  • Log into your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry Account.

  • You have to complete a Patient Self-Evaluation each time you want medical cannabis.

  • If you go to the Cannabis Patient Center, bring your summary of your appointment along with the list of medications that are currently prescribed by your physician.


In the Cannabis Patient Center, you will be able to meet with a licensed pharmacist who will:

  • Examine your self-evaluation and the practitioner appointment notes, as well as the list of medicines you're currently taking.

  • Make a specific prescription for the dosage of medical cannabis.

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