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At Harvest, we deliver the most welcoming cannabis experience,
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How to Get Your Card
How to get a medical marijuana card in Ohio
1. See a physician
An in-person visit with a certified physician is required at least once per year.
Certified physicians have access to the Patient Registry and submit their recommendations for a patient to receive medical marijuana directly to the Registry.
The physician will need the patient’s valid Ohio driver’s license, a valid Ohio identification card issued by the Ohio bureau of motor vehicles (BMV), or a valid United States passport.
A registered caregiver may possess and administer medical marijuana to patients with whom the caregiver’s registration is associated. The certified physician will need similar identification from a caregiver to establish their profile in the Patient Registry.
Only patient with one of the following medical conditions qualify:
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Chronic Traumatic encephalopathy
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Chronic severe, or intractable pain
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Sickle cell anemia
Spinal cord disease or injury
Traumatic brain injury
2. Get registered
Once a recommending physician has entered a patient or caregiver into the registry, the patient/caregiver will receive an email prompting them to login to their profile in the Patient Registry. In the registry, complete your application and pay the fee.
The annual cost of medical marijuana registration is $50 for patients and $25 for caregivers.
Patients who qualify for indigent or veteran status may be eligible for free reductions.
3. Visit a dispensary
After receiving your Patient & Caregiver Registry card, you may purchase medical marijuana from an Ohio dispensary licensed by the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy. Only patients with an active registry card, an active recommendation, and their associated government-issues ID can purchase medical marijuana.
What Does it Cost?
Certification centers charge a fee for certification. Please contact the certification centers for prices.
The state charges a $150 fee to process medical cannabis cards (those on SNAP are eligible for a reduced fee of $75)
The state charges a $200 annual fee to process caregiver cards
If you require medical records, the charge is typically $35-$50
To amend, change, or replace a registry identification card, the fee is $10
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Q: I have my patient card in another state, does it transfer?
A: Unfortunately, no. We are not allowed to accept out of state patients.
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