ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT A medical marijuana license

A certified doctor can recommend a medical marijuana license to eligible patients.

DIFFERENT TERMS USED FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD

A patient registry ID card that is used for entry into a dispensary has been called several things including: medical marijuana card; medical marijuana license; dispensary card; weed card; green card; cannabis card; and marijuana ID card to name a few. 

WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THE CARD

Once our doctor has registered you for your medical marijuana card (or medical marijuana license if you prefer that term), you can go to any Ohio dispensary. There will be approximately 56 dispensaries located throughout the state of Ohio. 

HOW TO GET A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD

The only way to obtain a medical marijuana card (or patient registry ID card) is to visit a certified doctor. Ohio Cannabis Connection has doctors located in Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus that can recommend you for your card. 

HOW LONG THE LICENSE WILL BE GOOD FOR

Once you activate your medical marijuana license (patient registry ID card), it will be good for one year and expire on the last day of the month, one year later.  Approximately 30 days prior to your card expiring, you will need to see our certified doctor to renew your registration for another year.

AGE REQUIREMENT FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA LICENSE

Anyone who is eligible and recommended for medical marijuana by a certified doctor can obtain a medical marijuana card (medical marijuana license). Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their legal guardian to the doctor appointment and must have a registered caregiver.