No, you do not have to see a doctor at the office. With Ohio Cannabis Connection, you will have your evaluation with the doctor over your cell phone. There is no need to travel to our office! We have Patient Support Specialists standing by to help you every step of the way by phone or email.
To gain access to a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Ohio, you must have a Medical Marijuana Card issued by the State Board of Pharmacy. Our certified doctor and staff will help you through the process of getting your card if you qualify.
Your medical marijuana card will allow you access to any dispensary located in Ohio. Your card will also serve as ID to present to law enforcement to show you are registered with the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.
Only an Ohio, state-certified doctor can recommend medical marijuana to patients. Our doctors at Ohio Cannabis Connection are certified to recommend by the State of Ohio.
Getting a Dispensary ID card for the Ohio dispensaries has never been easier. Our Certified Marijuana Doctors and Staff make it a simple process to get your Ohio Medical Marijuana Card. Our knowledgable staff will help you through the entire process so you can receive your Medical Marijuana Card and have access to the Medical Marijuana Dispensaries anywhere in Ohio. Once you receive your recommendation during your call with the doctor, you will be registered for the program to receive your ID card that same day, usually within an hour or less.
Ohio Cannabis Connection has the lowest price in the entire state of Ohio. We also offer discounts to Veterans. There are no hidden fees or follow-up fees to get your Medical Marijuana Card with us. We do not require a booking fee.
Yes. All medical marijuana patients and their caregivers are required to register with the State Board of Pharmacy. Full details regarding registration as a patient or caregiver can be found in Chapter 3796:7-2 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
A patient or caregiver registration will be valid from the date of issuance and expire one year later, on the last day of the month it was issued. If the patient is diagnosed as terminally ill, the patient’s registration will expire after six months.
No. The law prohibits the Board of Pharmacy, as well as licensed dispensaries, from making personal identifying information public. Physicians and those employed by dispensaries will be able to verify a patient or caregiver’s registration.
The following forms of medical marijuana are permitted: oils, wax, tinctures, plant material, edibles, lotion and patches. The law prohibits the use of medical marijuana by smoking or combustion, but does allow for vaporization (vaping).
The amount of medical marijuana possessed by a registered patient or caregiver must not exceed a 90-day supply. Full details regarding a 90-day supply can be found in Ohio Administrative Rule 3796:8-2-04.
Certified physicians may recommend medical marijuana only for the treatment of a qualifying medical condition. Under Ohio law, all of the following are qualifying medical conditions: AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cachexia, cancer, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy or another seizure disorder, fibromyalgia, glaucoma, hepatitis C, IBS, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis, pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable, Parkinson’s disease, positive status for HIV, post-traumatic stress disorder, sickle cell anemia, spinal cord disease or injury, Tourette’s syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and ulcerative colitis.
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