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Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Near Me

  • ​Why Should I Get a Missouri Medical Marijuana Card?
    A Missouri medical marijuana card (sometimes referred to as an "affirmative defense" card) is simply the patient identification card that you will receive from the Department of Health and Senior Services once you've been registered as a medical marijuana patient in the state of Missouri. With your card in hand, you'll have all of the legal rights and benefits granted to patients under the state's medical marijuana laws. The card itself will look similar to any other identification card you might have. It will have your picture on it, your address, and a unique patient identification number. ​This ID card will provide patients with the following benefits: -A Proven Treatment Option -Access to Dispensaries in Missouri -Safe, Lab-Tested Products -Legal Protection -Access to Other State-Approved Medical Marijuana Programs
  • How Do I Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri?
    Qualifying patients may be certified by an MD, DO, or nurse practitioner that is licensed and in good standing with the state of Missouri. When searching for a reputable, compassionate medical marijuana doctor who can help you with everything you need in order to start improving your well-being and quality of life, you need to look no further than Missouri Marijuana Card! Our doctors are here to help you find the relief you’ve been looking for, and our patient support experts will walk you through every step of the process. Click here to find out if you have a condition that qualifies for treatment with medical marijuana in Missouri. As of 2022, more than 100 thousand patients are getting natural relief with cannabis that they can legally purchase from Missouri dispensaries located all over the state, and you can too with a Missouri marijuana card! We offer convenient telehealth services so that you can easily get a medical marijuana evaluation no matter where you live, and our representatives are available to answer your questions by phone 5 days a week. As of December 8th 2022, proof of Missouri residency will no longer be required for applicants.
  • Am I Guaranteed Approval for Medical Marijuana At My Appointment?
    We can’t guarantee approval for anyone, as the Missouri marijuana doctor is the only person that determines whether or not a patient qualifies. To make it more likely that you receive approval from the doctor, we recommend that you bring as much information as possible to your appointment regarding your medical condition and past treatments. If you don’t qualify for a marijuana card at the time of your appointment, you’ll get a full refund minus a small administrative fee if we help you get your medical records.
  • What Happens After I Get My Medical Marijuana Evaluation?
    At Missouri Marijuana Card, part of our service includes making sure that once you receive your recommendation for medical marijuana, your information is submitted to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. We will be with you every step of the way to make sure all your requirements are fulfilled and processed in a timely manner, so you will have access to your physician-recommended medical marijuana as soon as possible! We offer unlimited follow-up appointments while your marijuana card is valid, and our medical records team can help you obtain any documentation that you are having trouble acquiring. As of December 8th 2022, new features, including a digital photo, will be available on all digital ID cards. These features will be available to existing card holders by logging into their accounts and downloading a new digital card. Current ID cards printed prior to this date will still be valid at dispensaries. Currently, applicants can only change the digital photo in the application during the renewal period; an update process for applicants to submit a new digital photo is being established and will be announced once available.
  • How Long Is my Medical Marijuana Card Valid For?
    As of December 8th 2022, Patient and Caregiver approved IDs are valid for 3 years. Current ID card holders will retain their existing expiration dates, which will be valid for three years upon the next approved renewal.
  • How Much Marijuana Can I Purchase?
    As of December 8th, qualifying patients may purchase up to 6 ounces of marijuana in a 30 day period. Patients requiring more than the standard six ounces per month are required to provide one physician certification form, completed and submitted electronically by an MD, DO or NP, certifying them for an increased amount above the standard six ounces.
  • Can I Grow My Own Marijuana?
    It’s legal to grow your own medical marijuana plants in Missouri as long as you have a Missouri marijuana card and a home cultivation ID. To grow your own marijuana, you need to do the following: Get a MMj Recommmendation from a Missouri Marijuana Card Doctor Apply for a Home Cultivation ID When You Register Set Up Your Grow Space and Acquire Seeds Learn more about growing your own medical marijuana here!
  • How Many Marijuana Plants Can I Grow at Home?
    According to the DHSS, each registered patient can grow up to six flowering plants, six nonflowering plants, and six clones at any given time. Caregivers can grow for no more than two patients at a time, bringing the total number of authorized plants at each stage up to 12. The only exception to this rule would be a case in which a caregiver is also a patient. In this situation, an additional six flowering plants, six nonflowering plants, and six clones may be added to the cultivation plan. You can grow your plants outdoors in Missouri, but there are some stipulations that make it a little more challenging than growing those prize-winning tomatoes. Plants must be out of sight from your neighbors and any public thoroughfare, and they must be under lock and key, inaccessible by anyone but the grower and/or the patient.
  • Where Can I Learn More About Growing Medical Marijuana in Missouri?
    If you’ve got a friend or relative who grows their own cannabis, talking to them may be one of the most satisfying ways to learn everything you need to know. Most gardeners are more than happy to share the knowledge they have acquired over years of experience with growing their favorite crop. Here are some other resources for growing your own marijuana plants at home: On Missouri Marijuana Card’s blog, we are working to build a library with everything you need to know about growing medical marijuana in your home. In addition to our blog, there are plenty of other free resources out there, like the I Love Growing Marijuana Guide that is free to download. If you want something more hands-on, Elite Home Growers Academy in Maryland Heights, MO offers a 2.5 hour in-person workshop, teaching you everything you need to know about growing cannabis indoors. And finally, for an in-depth course on growing your own medical marijuana plants in Missouri, Cannabis Training University offers a 22-lesson online course in how to grow marijuana plants. By the time you finish this course, you will pretty much be an expert in growing cannabis.
  • What Is a Medical Marijuana Caregiver?
    Missouri's medical marijuana program allows for patients to have a registered caregiver. A caregiver will be allowed to purchase medical marijuana products for patients that they have been linked to in the case of patients being unable to travel to purchase products for themselves. A caregiver is also required for any patient under the age of 18; in this event, a parent or legal guardian is required to obtain a caregiver ID in order to purchase medical marijuana for a minor. ​ Missouri has clarified a patient can have two (2) caregivers that can assist them to purchase medical marijuana. ​ The following criteria are required for an individual to register as a caregiver in Missouri: 21 years of age or older Responsible for managing the well-being of a Qualified Patient Designated on the primary caregiver's application for an identification card or in other written notification to the Department ​
  • How Do I Get a Missouri Medical Marijuana Caregiver ID?
    The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services has stated that the application process is online, and the application fee to the state for a caregiver ID has been marked at $27.76. Payment methods will be made with debit or credit card.
  • Can I Share My Medical Marijuana With My Caregiver?
    Your medical marijuana is designated for patient use only. Patients may not share the cannabis that a caregiver grows for them with anyone but another patient. Caregivers may also be patients, however. If your caregiver is also a registered patient, they can partake in the plants that are grown.
  • I Am a Caregiver - How Many Patients Can I Grow For?
    Caregivers may manage the care of up to three patients at a time, but they can only grow marijuana plants for two. The exception to this rule is if the caregiver is also a patient. If this is the case, then caregivers can grow cannabis for themselves in addition to the other two patients.

Missouri Dispensaries

What to Expect
To buy medical marijuana from a Missouri dispensary, you’ll need your marijuana card and photo ID. Once you’re checked in, a budtender will assist you in selecting from various products.
Qualifying patients may purchase up to 6 ounces of marijuana in 30 days.  Patients requiring more than the standard 6 ounces per month must provide 1 physician certification form, certifying them for an increased amount.

Use our list below to find the nearest dispensary to you. There are plenty of dispensaries in Missouri to choose from!

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