In Ohio, you must be registered for the program by a doctor who is "certified to recommend" (CTR). Once registered, you can visit and purchase medical marijuana from any Ohio medical marijuana dispensary in the state, including ones in Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton.
There are over 45 Ohio medical marijuana dispensaries located in the state of Ohio at the current time. A list of these dispensaries can be found on our website under "marijuana dispensary" and our doctor's office will provide you with a list of the Ohio dispensaries at your visit.
The forms of medical marijuana that are available now include flower to vape, tinctures (drops), edibles, creams, patches, oils and wax. There are Ohio medical marijuana dispensaries located throughout the state now, including ones in Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton. Our doctor will provide you with a list of the open dispensaries at your visit.
To be eligible for the Ohio medical marijuana program, you must have an Ohio driver's license or a state-issued ID. You must also have one of the 21 qualifying conditions approved for the program. We have doctors located in Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus that can help. We also do evaluations via telemedicine for the entire state of Ohio.
We make getting your Ohio medical marijuana dispensary ID card affordable at Ohio Cannabis Connection. Our doctor's evaluation fee is $200 ($165 if you are a veteran). A renewal visit for an Ohio registered patient is $100. With locations in Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, we have an office nearby you to visit. You also have the option of telemedicine in the comfort and safety of your home.
Yes. Ohio Cannabis Connection has a very affordable renewal fee to renew your Ohio medical marijuana card. It is $100 to see our doctor for a renewal visit. This fee applies to any Ohio card holder in the state and you may visit us at any of our locations in Cincinnati, Dayton or Columbus. You also now have the option of doing your evaluation via telemedicine from the comfort and safety of your home.
We have Ohio medical marijuana doctors offices located in Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus. We also do evaluations via telemedicine for anyone in the state of Ohio.
Medical marijuana has been proven effective for relief of many conditions. The most common use for medical marijuana is chronic pain control. Our doctors recommend medical marijuana for patients diagnosed with conditions such as fibromyalgia and arthritis to help their symptoms and to give them better quality of life. Medical marijuana is much safer to use than opioids and can take the place of NSAIDs such as Advil or Aleve.
Medical marijuana is used to lessen tremors in Parkinson’s disease, manage nausea in Crohn’s disease, and treat glaucoma. It is also effectively used to treat the symptoms of PTSD. The state of Ohio has approved treatment with medical marijuana for hepatitis C, HIV, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, seizure disorder and more.
For a complete list of approved conditions for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, visit our Do I Qualify page.
If you suffer from one of the 21 approved conditions for the Ohio program, contact us to schedule an appointment to see how medical marijuana can improve your quality of life and help your symptoms. You can visit our doctors in person or have your evaluation in the comfort of your home using our telemedicine service.
Our doctors are very knowledgeable about medical marijuana and can make recommendations for you based on your condition and symptoms. They are also compassionate and friendly making your evaluation a very enjoyable and stress-free experience.
If you suffer from a condition that you would like to treat with medical marijuana, call to speak to one of our Patient Support Specialists for help in getting set up for an appointment to be evaluated by one of our certified doctors. You can also schedule online for an in-office appointment in Cincinnati, Dayton or Columbus or a telemed appointment anywhere in the state of Ohio. After your evaluation with our doctor, you will be registered for the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program that same day and receive your marijuana dispensary ID card to go to any Ohio dispensary.