Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Now Available: Telehealth MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas

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Medical Marijuana License Services

Here at Ozark MMJ Cards, we believe that receiving quality medical treatment shouldn’t be a difficult or confusing process. It should be simple, convenient, and affordable for you to get the relief you need when you want it. That’s why we offer comprehensive services, including medical marijuana certification , ongoing support, and educational resources to make it easier for you to receive the treatment you need.

Choose your state to see your options, or read more about our company processes below!

Medical Marijuana License Certification and Office Visit

You must visit a doctor if you’d like to obtain a written medical marijuana certification for the first time. Seeing if you qualify is risk-free. Just fill out our Medical Marijuana License Application Form and wait for the approval.

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Medical Marijuana License Certification and Office Visit

You must visit a doctor if you’d like to obtain a written medical marijuana certification for the first time. Seeing if you qualify is risk-free. Just fill out our Medical Marijuana License Application Form and wait for the approval.

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In-Office Marijuana License Certification Renewal

Already have your license, but need to renew it? We’ve got you covered. Fill out our Medical Marijuana Renewal Application and wait for our Patient Care team to confirm your appointment.

PTSD Evaluation Self-Assessment

Our easy-to-use PTSD Self-Assessment walks you through the side effects associated with PTSD. This test helps determine if your symptoms make you eligible for medical marijuana treatment. If so, we invite you to apply for a physician’s written certification needed to register for a medical marijuana license within your state.

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PTSD Evaluation Self-Assessment

Our easy-to-use PTSD Self-Assessment walks you through the side effects associated with PTSD. This test helps determine if your symptoms make you eligible for medical marijuana treatment. If so, we invite you to apply for a physician’s written certification needed to register for a medical marijuana license within your state.

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Telemedicine (Virtual) Marijuana License Certification and Visit

Need to get certified but can’t make it to the office for a visit? In some states, we offer complimentary telemedicine visits. All you need to do is to fill out our Medical Marijuana License Application Form.

Telemedicine (Virtual) Medical Marijuana Certification Renewal

Complimentary telemedicine visits are also available for patients in some states that need to renew their licenses. Do you still have questions? Read our FAQ or drop us a line. Our Patient Care team is eager to help.

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Telemedicine (Virtual) Medical Marijuana Certification Renewal

Complimentary telemedicine visits are also available for patients in some states that need to renew their licenses. Do you still have questions? Read our FAQ or drop us a line. Our Patient Care team is eager to help.

FAQs

  1. How does medical marijuana work?

    Medical marijuana has numerous cannabinoids. CBD and THC are two of the most abundant ones. When they enter your body, they interact with your endocannabinoid system (ECS). This system regulates bodily functions such as sleep, mood, pain, and appetite. Marijuana’s cannabinoids help this system and create balance in the body.

  2. What conditions qualify me for medical marijuana?

    Each state has a different set of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana certification

     

    Check the qualifying conditions of your state below:

  3. How long does the visit take?

    We gather the necessary information through our form to make the online visit as short as possible. The visit usually takes about 10-15 minutes.

  4. How long is a medical marijuana card valid?

    In most states with a medical marijuana program, your card is good for up to 12 months. After that, you have to renew it to be able to use medical marijuana again.

  5. Can my medical marijuana certification be revoked?

    Yes. The state can revoke your certification if you don’t use it within the law. You can only purchase cannabis for yourself from a licensed dispensary. Buying cannabis for someone else or breaking other MMJ regulations within your state allows the Department of Health to remove you from their patient registry.