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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Minnesota
1. Fill out the Patient Questionnaire Form
Register with Quick Med Cards and book your appointment today. We provide affordable consultations with licensed medical marijuana doctors in Minnesota.
When you register, we’ll ask some questions about your medical condition. This will only take a few minutes. Then, we’ll instantly connect you to our network of licensed medical marijuana doctors in Minnesota. From your QMC patient dashboard, simply book an appointment time that is most convenient for you.
2. Speak With Our MN Medical Marijuana Doctor
During your marijuana evaluation, you will discuss your medical condition with our doctor, and they will walk you through the potential risks and benefits of cannabis treatment.
The appointment is usually done in just 15 minutes. If eligible, you’ll receive your recommendation for medical marijuana in Minnesota the same day.
3. Get Your Minnesota Medical Marijuana Card
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- 1 Year Recommendation for Medical Marijuana
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FAQs About How to Get Medical Marijuana in Minnesota
How much money will I save with my Minnesota medical marijuana card instead of buying recreational cannabis?
The significant price difference between medical and recreational cannabis in Minnesota makes a medical card a great option to save money. You could save almost $200 per month on cannabis costs!
Medical marijuana is cheaper than recreational cannabis in Minnesota. On average, an ounce of MMJ goes for $364, while recreational cannabis of the same amount goes for around $504.
Additionally, medical marijuana is only subject to a 6% statewide sales tax. Recreational marijuana on the other hand has a 10% cannabis tax in addition to the 6% sales tax.
Let’s say you buy an ounce of cannabis per month. Recreational marijuana would cost $584.64 ($504 per ounce + $80.64 in taxes). Meanwhile, you would spend only $385.84 ($364 per ounce + $21.84 sales tax) for the same amount of medical marijuana. That means you could save $198 a month with your Minnesota medical card or $2,385.60 yearly!
Besides saving money, what are the other benefits of a medical card when recreational marijuana is legal in Minnesota?
Saving money is not the only reason to get a medical marijuana card in Minnesota. Below are other benefits of a Minnesota med card, even when recreational cannabis is legal:
- A Minnesota med card offers additional legal protection to holders.
- With a med card, you can access a broader range of higher potency and quality marijuana products.
- There is no age restriction on qualifying patients with a medical marijuana card. However, recreational users must be at least 21 years old.
- A med card guarantees the guidance of a healthcare professional, adding value to the medical cannabis treatment, an aspect not available with recreational use.
How do I get a medical card in MN?
In order to get a medical card in Minnesota, you must first consult with a licensed MN cannabis doctor and get a recommendation for marijuana treatment. We make it easy to connect with a licensed marijuana doctor near you. Simply sign up at Quick Med Cards to gain access to kind, experienced, and professional medical marijuana doctors in Minnesota. All it takes is a few clicks for you to schedule your appointment with our MN marijuana doctor to get certified. If approved, you’ll receive a signed Physician Certification Form immediately after the appointment. You will need this form to complete your application for a medical marijuana card on the Minnesota DOH Portal. You can read more about the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program here.
How does the consultation for medical marijuanas in MN work?
The consultation with our certified medical marijuana doctor is quick and effortless. Beforehand, you need to fill out the information form, pick a convenient consultation time, and register an account with Quick Med Cards. Usually, the appointment takes 10 – 15 minutes, and if approved, you will get your marijuana certification through email and in your Quick Med Cards dashboard immediately afterward.
What is the cost of a medical card in MN?
The price ranges from as low as $45.00 to a max of $149.00.The price of an appointment is based on the complexity of a patient’s case and the healthcare professional expertise and years of experience. The cost includes the consultation with a medical marijuana doctor in Minnesota as well as the official marijuana certification if you’re approved. With a marijuana certification, you can apply for the MN medical card through the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program. Minnesota scrapped the enrollment fees for the medical marijuana card on July 1, 2023.
What are the requirements to get a medical card in MN?
In order to be eligible for a medical card in MN, you must meet the requirements. Most importantly you must be diagnosed with one of the qualifying medical conditions determined by the state. Some of the most common illnesses include:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Cancer, associated with chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or cachexia or severe wasting
- Chronic motor or vocal tic disorder (effective August 2021)
- Chronic pain
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease
- Intractable pain
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Seizures, including those caused by epilepsy
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those synonymous with multiple sclerosis (MS).
- Sickle cell disease (effective August 2021)
- Terminal illness, with a probable life expectancy of less than one year. And only if the terminal illness or its treatment causes severe pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or cachexia or severe wasting.
- Tourette Syndrome
You can read more about the MN Medical Marijuana 2023 List of Conditions here.
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