How to Get Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania
Nowadays, Medical Marijuana cards in Pennsylvania are quite easy to acquire online. Our specialists can help you get your certification today.
It only takes a few minutes to sign up, then you can easily book a consultation with a licensed doctor, in-person, or online.
Our mantra here at QuickMedCards is “Putting Patients Before Profit”. Therefore, we aim to offer the fastest service at the lowest possible price!
Speak with our licensed doctor
Sign up and book your online consultation today. To avoid delays, you should register as a patient with the PMMP before your appointment.
Once you get approved by our doctor, your Signed certificaton is available for instant PDF download.
Receive Medical Marijuana Card
When your application is approved, you will receive your Medical Marijuana card in the mail after 20 days.
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What You Receive
1 Year MMJ Recommendation
24/7 Dispensary Verification
Instant PDF Download
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does my insurance or Medicare cover medical marijuana?
No. The FDA doesn’t approve medical marijuana. Thus, Medicare or insurance does not cover medical marijuana.
Can I travel with my marijuana to another state?
No. Crossing state lines with medical marijuana is a serious offense.
Can I use my PA medical marijuana card in other states?
Yes and no. Pennsylvania does not have reciprocity with other states. Thus, out-of-state med cards are not recognized in PA and holders cannot use them to buy or possess medical marijuana.
On the other hand, medical marijuana patients in PA may use their medical marijuana ID cards in states that have reciprocity. For example:
- New Hampshire
- Nevada (recreational weed is legal)
- Rhode Island
- Washington DC (recreational weed is legal)
To clarify, different states have different reciprocity programs. So, due diligence is important before visiting a state and using your MMJ card.
Can I use medical marijuana without smoking or getting high?
Yes. There are many options for patients who do not prefer to smoke their medicine. For example:
- Cannabis edibles
Also, patients who do not want the ‘high’ of marijuana, can opt for low THC, CBD products. CBD is the chemical compound in marijuana that does not have the psychoactive effects of THC. Thus, patients may use CBD products if they do not want to get high.
Also important, patients who get approved for medical marijuana with quickmedcards get $30 worth of free CBD from InstacraftCBD.com.
Where can I smoke or use my medical marijuana in PA?
Patients should only use medical marijuana within the privacy of their homes. Smoking marijuana in public spaces or the workplace will not protect a patient from legal consequences.
How much marijuana can you buy in Pennsylvania?
The Pennsylvania medical marijuana program does not specify the amount, in terms of quantity or weight a patient can buy. However, the law states that patients can have a 30 day supply of medical marijuana. Your 30 day supply will be determined by your doctor and outlined in your recommendation.
Where can I buy medical marijuana after receiving my PA medical marijuana card?
Once you receive your medical marijuana ID card you can buy medical weed from any dispensary in Pennsylvania. Yet, some dispensaries need a prior appointment before your first visit.
Can I get medical marijuana for anxiety in Pennsylvania?
Yes. Patients diagnosed with anxiety disorders in PA may qualify for medical marijuana.
Does fibromyalgia qualify for medical marijuana in Pennsylvania?
No. Fibromyalgia is not among the qualifying medical conditions for medical marijuana in PA.
What is the cost of the Pennsylvania medical marijuana card?
The cost of the Pennsylvania medical marijuana card is $50 paid to the state. But, patients participating in assistance programs may qualify for fee reductions. For example, Medicaid, PACE/PACENET, SNAP, WIC, and CHIP.
Additionally, patients pay consultation fees to see a medical marijuana doctor. This usually costs $175-$200. But, patients that book their appointments through quickmedcards pay $149. Which is the lowest price in the state.
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Recommendations from our patients
Sometimes our illnesses stop us from enjoying our joyous and active lives. Most of our patients find that, following treatment, they can once again take part in the activities they once used to enjoy with their family and friends. If you are a new user of medical marijuana, you might be thinking about some of the best ways to relax after you have taken your medicine and begun your recovery. Or, perhaps you might be looking for fun activities to enjoy alongside the benefits of your new treatment. Either way, below we have gathered Pennsylvania’s highlights, recommended to us by some of our patients.
Whether you are born and raised or are a recent resident, medical marijuana patients who find themselves in Pennsylvania have plenty of options for leisure and relaxation. Ranging from engaging in enriching indoor cultural activities, such as the Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum and the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, to outdoor exploration opportunities like the Valley Forge National Historical Park or the lively and entertaining Hersheypark. Pennsylvania has something to offer to each and every one of its visitors.
Andy Warhol Museum
Opened in 1994, the museum serves as an insider look into Andy Warhol’s later life and work projects. A multistory museum with up to 17 galleries of sculptures, paintings, and many of Warhol’s other works of art, it is the largest museum in the US that is dedicated to a single artist and their work. It is a unique experience in terms of seeing the world through Warhol’s own eyes, with the multi-media elements allowing you to perceive his artwork in the way that he always intended it.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
A must-see for all nature-enthusiasts, the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens encompasses all of its attractions in a complete tour of the venue, allowing you to view all the exhibits, floral displays, and artwork collections, as well as the awe-inspiring Butterfly Forest. Moreover, if you are lucky enough, you might catch one of the many events and flower shows that are held at the venue year-round.
Valley Forge National Historical Park
Passionate about our country’s expansive history? This is the place for you. Being the site of one of the American Revolution’s most defining clashes, Valley Forge is spread across 3500 acres of historically enriched and serenity-filled grounds. Enjoy a refresher course of General Washington’s defining victory at the ‘first Pentagon’, then take a walk among the flowers and trees who have quietly stood as eternal witnesses ever since. Come for the past, stay for the present.
The perfect place for a family outing, Hersheypark, is just as sweet and energizing as its beloved namesake. From the roller-coasters to the fun houses, and everything in-between, this is where you and your inner child will feel right at home. Exhausted after a full day of fun and excitement? Worry not, you can always rent a boardwalk cabana to rest and recuperate, and if you get hungry, you can always explore one of the many dining establishments that the park has to offer.