Missouri Marijuana Cards

How To Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Missouri

All residents in the state of Missouri interested in getting or renewing a medical marijuana card will need a recommendation from an state licensed MMJ Doctor. The recommending physician must complete the Physician Certification Form: Standard Physician Certification Form.

For Missouri marijuana card patients under the age of 18 the Parent/Legal Guardian Consent Form must be completed and submitted by the parent or Legal guardian of the minor.

5 Steps to Get Certified:

1. You must be a legal resident of the Missouri to get access to medical marijuana.
2. You must have one of the qualifying conditions listed by the DHSS or a different debilitating condition that a doctor sees fit that medical cannabis could help.
3. Visit a doctor near you or online by requesting a Telemedicine appointment and bring your medical records. Complete our patient registration form to get started.
4. If approved by the doctor, you then register with the Missouri DHSS to get your med card.
5. You are now able to buy medical marijuana products at local dispensaries in Missouri.
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Get or Renew Your MO Medical Marijuana Card

For Missouri residents, if your ready, we make it easy to connect with a certified doctor online to get or renew your MO Medical Marijuana Card. 

If you have qualifying condition, or general medical condition that may qualify and want to get certified for medical marijuana for treatment, fill out the MMJ patient registration form, then press submit. Get started right away online or a doctors office representative will contact you to review and schedule an appointment. See if you qualify today!

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MO MedCard Telemedicine

Missouri medical marijuana card evaluations may be done using telemedicine services (audio/video conference) from the comfort of their home. A form will be emailed to the patient to fill out. In addition to the form, a copy of the patient’s medical records will be required. Once the form and records have been submitted, a link will be sent to the patient’s email and phone.


The fees for Missouri medical marijuana card are as follows:

Fee Type

New Application








Patient Cultivator



The application process includes:
  • Basic personal information

  • Photo

  • Proof of residency (i.e. driver’s licence or utility bill)

  • Email address

  • Nonrefundable application fee

Designated caregivers of qualifying patients will need to fill out a Patient Authorization Form

To complete an application, patients will need to register with the Complia application portal.

Click on the Patient/Caregiver Application Registration blue box located under the photograph to apply for your identification card. If a “Warning-Exiting Site” pop-up box appears, click “Yes” to proceed to the registry. 

Only applications submitted through online registration will be accepted.

Follow the link for a list of medical conditions which qualify Missourians to obtain a medical marijuana card from the state.

Although there is a formal list of qualifying conditions, Amendment 2 allows qualified marijuana card doctors to recommend medical cannabis for any other chronic, debilitating or other medical condition such as Anxiety Disorders.


All designated medical marijuana caregivers in the state of Missouri must be 21 years of age or older and register with the Department of Health. Each caregiver may serve up to three patients. The caregiver must be designated on the qualifying patient’s application. Each qualifying patient may have two caregivers at any given time.

Caregivers are permitted to purchase, possess, and administer medical marijuana to their patients. They may also be authorized to grow medical marijuana in Missouri for their clients.

For qualifying patients under the age of 18, their caregivers must be either a parent or legal guardian.

Age restrictions

All qualifying patients must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the state of Missouri. Patients under the age of 18 require the consent of a parent or guardian.

Patient Privacy

The law does not allow the DHSS or any Missouri licensed dispensaries to make public any personal information. 


Unfortunately, Missouri medical marijuana laws do not allow for reciprocity with other U.S states.

Does Missouri Accept Out-of-state Medical Marijuana Cards – Article

The law does not allow the DHSS or any Missouri licensed dispensaries to make public any personal information. 

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Missouri Marijuana FAQ's

Now that I have been approved for a Missouri Marijuana Card, where is it?

Bottom line – the state is not issuing physical marijuana cards – the patient needs to log-in and download the card to purchase. Here’s how:

  • Log into your MMMP Registry account at mo-public.mycomplia.com
  • Mo Marijuana Cards for approved licenses can be accessed from the homepage by going to the “ACTIONS” column to the far right of the
  • Click on the button underneath “ACTIONS”,
  • Select “DOWNLOAD LICENSE”, and
  • Save a copy of your digital Missouri marijuana card to your device and print it off for your records as the Department of Health and Senior Services will not be providing physical cards.

Registered MMJ patients and caregivers are required to have their ID card available when shopping at open dispensaries or in possession of medical marijuana.

What are the Missouri Medical Marijuana Patient Possession Limits

According to Amendment 2, Missouri medical marijuana patients and their registered caregivers are permitted to buy up to four ounces of cannabis from Missouri dispensaries within a 30-day period. You can find the Missouri Marijuana Laws and Penalties here.

Home grow is allowed as well to medcard patients and their caregivers. Missouri medical marijuana patients are permitted to grow up to six mature plants. 

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