Do I Qualify for Medical Marijuana?
With the changing legal situation concerning cannabis, many Oklahoman’s have a lot of questions. Without a doubt, the most common question is, “Do I qualify for medical marijuana?” Considering the long list of ailments that are qualifying, the short answer to that question is almost certainly, “Yes!”
The state of Oklahoma does not give a list of conditions that qualify for medical marijuana. Instead, the state requires doctors to use the same judgment they would use if they were writing a prescription drug for the ailment. And so, any chronic or acute condition may qualify for treatment with medical marijuana.
By law, an individual must be at least 18 years of age to obtain a medical marijuana recommendation. In addition, they must be a resident of the state of Oklahoma and evaluated by a licensed Oklahoma physician. Critically, the doctor must consider the treatment as appropriate to the patient’s condition.
Documents You Will Need after Your Appointment
In order to obtain a medical marijuana card from the state of Oklahoma, in addition to a medical consultation, you need proof of residency. And so, you will need a driver’s license, utility bill or voter ID card. Also, you must establish proof of identity. And again, a driver’s license will work as proof. But, a tribal ID card or even a passport will do the same. Finally, with proof of identity and residency, you will need a digital image of your face.
After receiving your medical marijuana recommendation, and filing your application, you will receive your medical marijuana ID card in the mail. Once you have your card, you can have up to three ounces in public and eight ounces stored at home.
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