Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

Updated on November 26, 2021. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Shatha Atiya.

Oklahoma does not have a specific list of qualifying conditions for patients to qualify for medical marijuana.

Instead, it’s up to the professional judgment of the doctor when recommending patients for medical marijuana.

This means that any patient with a medical condition can apply to get a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma, without being limited to a list of qualifying conditions. Patients still need a medical marijuana recommendation from a board-certified physician in Oklahoma.

To get a recommendation, you can talk to a specialized cannabis doctor about your health problems and how you think medical marijuana can help. The doctor will ask you questions to get an understanding of how severe your symptoms are if the condition is chronic, and what other treatments you’ve tried. Medical marijuana is typically recommended when standard treatment methods have failed.

Find out how to get a medical card in Oklahoma.

Common Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana in OK

These conditions have extensive research supporting their responsiveness to medical marijuana treatment. Therefore, patients suffering from these conditions and illnesses commonly get recommended medical marijuana by doctors.

  • Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Cachexia and Wasting Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Epilepsy and Other Seizure Disorders
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV/ AIDS
  • Inflammation
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Spasticity
  • Terminal Illness

Are There Age Restrictions for Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma?

The age restriction to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma is 18 years or older for adult patients. However, if you are a minor patient, you can still apply but you need a registered caregiver to submit the application on your behalf. Most often it is the parent or legal guardian of the patient who registers as their caregiver.

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Program

In 2018, medical marijuana was legalized for medical use by qualified patients in Oklahoma. According to the Medical Cannabis Initiative, patients are required to have a state-issued medical marijuana license with a board-certified physician’s signature.

Patients must register with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority to get their Oklahoma medical marijuana card.

  1. To begin, patients must book an appointment with a registered Oklahoma medical marijuana doctor. Next, they should attend their marijuana evaluation and get certified. After approval, patients will get a signed Physician Recommendation.
  2. Afterward, certified patients should submit their online application at the OMMA log-in page.
  3. Finally, patients should submit their complete applications. The OMMA will review the application. If the application is approved patients will receive their Oklahoma medical card in the mail within 14 days after approval.

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Oklahoma Medical Card Qualifications

  1. All patients must be residents of Oklahoma.
  2. Patients should be at least 18 years old. But, if patients under 18 qualify, then a registered and approved caregiver must apply on their behalf.
  3. All patients must get a complete and signed Physician Recommendation from a registered Oklahoma marijuana doctor in good standing with the state.

What Documents Do I Need to Submit?

Patients should have the following documents ready when applying for their Oklahoma medical marijuana card:

  • A Physician Recommendation. Additionally, the patient and physician information should be filled out.
  • A digital photograph of the patient.
  • Proof of identity. For example, a valid OK driver’s license, OK ID card, United States Passport, or Tribal ID.
  • Proof of residency. For instance, OK ID or driver’s license, voter ID card, or current rental agreement for an OK residential property.
  • Proof of Medicaid/Medicare/Disabled Veteran Status (Optional for a reduced application fee)

Also, patients must pay a non-refundable $100 application fee or $20 if they qualify for the reduced fee besides the consultation fee they pay to their qualifying OK MMJ doctor.

Where Can I Get Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma?

Patients with a medical marijuana patient license (OK medical card) can lawfully buy, use and grow medical cannabis and medical cannabis products in Oklahoma.

Additionally, the OK medical marijuana card allows patients to possess a maximum of 3 ounces of marijuana on them and up to 8 ounces of marijuana in their residences.

Contact the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA)


Mailing address:

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority
PO Box 262266
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-2266

Phone: (405) 522-6662 (Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)


Email: OMMAPatients@ok.gov.


Website: omma.ok.gov