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Leafwell Medical Card Doctors in Missouri provide low cost medical marijuana certifications and renewals online right now from home. You can start the process right away online if the doctor is available or schedule an appointment for later. See if you qualify today!

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To get or renew your medical card now, simply fill out the form below and press submit. Then create a login, and get started with your online doctor visit today!

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Once you have registered with Leafwell and been approved by one of our medical marijuana doctors online, apply to the state medical marijuana program. Receive your MMJ card and start shopping for your medical cannabis from a licensed dispensary!!!

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Getting a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri

Missouri Marijuana Card Online Certification Process

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Missouri is a relative newcomer to the regulated medical marijuana marketplace. On December 6, 2018, Missouri voters by a 65 percent majority approved Amendment 2. This change to the state constitution guaranteed Missouri residents the right of access to medical marijuana. All you need to legally purchase your cannabis products from a licensed dispensary is a medical marijuana card which you can get via telehealth from the comfort of your own home!

On October 16, 2020, less than two years after Missouri voters ruled for medical cannabis access, a cancer survivor identified as Larry and his RN wife Sue dropped in at the N’Bliss Cannabis dispensary in suburban St. Louis and made Missouri’s first ever purchase of state regulated medical marijuana products.

Missouri officials, having watched and learned from how dozens of states had rolled out government regulated medical cannabis production and marketing since California kicked off the trend in 1996, congratulated themselves, in the words of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, for having expedited “one of the fastest implementations of a medical marijuana program in the United States.”

As of October 16, 2020, the Missouri Section for Marijuana Regulation had licensed 192 medical marijuana dispensaries and anticipated most of the medical cannabis retailers would be open for business by the start of 2021. The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) estimates that at least 63,153 Missouri medical cannabis patients had registered in time for New Year’s Day.

That five figure number of individual Missourians benefiting from the medicinal properties of the cannabis plant is rising every day, in part due to the convenience of obtaining a medical marijuana ID card in the state.

Aside from wasting no time turning Missouri’s medical cannabis aspirations into a reality, Missouri’s medical marijuana regulators set up an online process for getting a doctor certification and medical marijuana cards that can be completed from home.

Obtaining a Missouri Medical Marijuana Care Is So Easy Online, You Can Do It Right Now.

Securing your doctor’s certificate and Missouri medical marijuana card through a medical cannabis advocacy site like Leafwell is so streamlined and failsafe that you can have your card in hand in less than ten minutes.

Qualifying for your Missouri Medical Marijuana card through Leafwell is a simple four step process.

  • Register online and be approved by a Missouri licensed physician.
  • Submit your doctor’s certificate and information to the Missouri State website.
  • Download your MMMP ID Card. The downloaded card will grant all Missouri’s medical marijuana rights to you. The hard copy will arrive in the mail, generally within 30 days.
  • Immediately patronize any licensed Missouri dispensary to buy your medicine. Or, if you indicate an intention to cultivate medical marijuana on your application, plant your cannabis garden.

Leafwell’s medical cannabis professionals are on call seven days a week. Certified Missouri physicians are available to speak to you at a time that best suits you. You can even book an appointment in advance.

As soon as the doctor certifies you as a medical marijuana patient, you can instantly download your PDF medical cannabis patient documents.

In just a few moments online, your HIPAA compliant doctor’s medical marijuana certificate will be valid in Missouri for an entire year.

Don’t Take Our Word For It. Leafwell Testimonials:

Jonny A. of Kansas City, Missouri, summarizes the Leafwell medical marijuana registration as, “Really fast response and very simple to apply. I received my recommendation within minutes. I am very pleased, thank you.”

Emily B. from St. Louis, Missouri found the Leafwell process, “Very easy and took less than ten minutes. I did it all without having to leave my home. The physician I spoke with was great.”

Springfield, Missouri’s Sarah S. testifies that using Leafwell’s telemedicine is, “Quick and easy, real doctors giving real advice. I admit I have done this before and didn’t have any questions. They’re there for you if you do.”

Here’s what a Missouri Medical Marijuana card entitles you to.

Patient possession limits do apply for Missouri Medical Marijuana cardholders. According to marijuana lobbying organization NORML, medical marijuana cardholders in Missouri can purchase up to four ounces of medicinal cannabis per 30 days.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services retains the authority to set limits on the amount of marijuana any one medical cannabis patient is allowed to possess. The Department of Health assures medical cannabis users “that the limit is not less than a 60 days supply.”

Do it yourself medical marijuana patients are free to home cultivate up to six flowering plants. The Department of Health requires home cannabis gardeners to obtain a specific medical cannabis grower ID. The cannabis garden must be situated in a “closed, locked facility.”

As compiled by NORML, the list of qualifying conditions that can be responsibly treated with Missouri’s ample allotments of medical cannabis is long and inclusive.

The most common qualifying conditions amongst Leafwell patients are chronic pain, PTSD and intractable migraines.

An added value to a Missouri Medical Marijuana card is that its medical cannabis certification is valid in at least 14 jurisdictions throughout the country. States recognizing out-of-state cannabis certification, known as reciprocity, are:

  • Alaska ^
  • Arkansas *
  • California ^
  • Colorado ^
  • Hawaii *
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Nevada
  • Oklahoma *
  • Oregon ^
  • Rhode Island
  • Washington ^
  • District of Columbia

States marked * require visitors to complete a visiting patient application.

States marked ^ have adult use programs in place so do not require out of state cards.

What Does A Missouri Medical Marijuana Card Cost? What documents Do I Need To Apply?

A Missouri medical marijuana certificate on its own is $125 at Leafwell.

State application fee is $25. Renewal fee is $99.

New and renewing medical cannabis patients can register with confidence in Leafwell’s secure payment system.

Before you log into Leafwell to set up a registration appointment, make sure the following materials are on hand.

  • A smart phone, computer, or tablet with a reliable Internet connection and a working camera.
  • Photo ID, such as driver’s permit/license, state ID, or U.S. passport, establishing you are 18 years of age or older.
  • Proof of address: utility bill, mortgage, rental lease, bank statement.
  • Medical records (patient history, doctor’s notes, prescription information/history, imaging/scan results).

Medical marijuana caregivers in Missouri must be at least 21 years old and can serve no more than three patients.

A child in Missouri can qualify for a Medical Marijuana card with consent of parent or guardian.

Leafwell providers have a working understanding of advocating for parents seeking medical cannabis solutions to their children’s medical conditions.

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