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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program A Patient's Guide

Dec 2


If you're eligible for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program, here are the steps to be taking to start the process:


You could be eligible if you are a medical marijuana patient who has been diagnosed with a minimum one of the following conditions by a healthcare physician who is recognized by the program


  • Cancer*\sGlaucoma


  • Tourette's syndrome is a neurological condition that leads to

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a type of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

  • Seizures like those that are connected to epilepsy

  • Muscle spasms that can be severe and long-lasting, such as those associated with multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Crohn's Disease and other digestive disorders that cause inflammation

  • If your life expectancy is less than one year, you're suffering from a terminal disease.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a type of post-traumatic stress disorder that

  • Autism

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a type of sleep apnea

  • Alzheimer's disease is a serious illness that affects many people.

  • Long-lasting pain

  • Sickle cell disease is a form of sickle cell disease.

  • Tic disorders, whether motor or verbal * If you experience severe or persistent pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or cachexia or severe weight loss due to your illness or treatment.



Before you are able to apply for the program, a doctor medical assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse must be able to verify that your medical condition is valid.


  • Call your physician, physician assistant, or advanced registered nurse in your practice to set up an appointment. They are the only medical professionals who can confirm your health.

  • The OMC doesn't keep track of those who are participating in the program. It is your responsibility to set up an appointment with a licensed health care professional.

  • Download and print the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Form (PDF)

  • You'll have to fill in the below fields on the Patient Email and Acknowledgement Form


  • Input the email address that you'd like to receive messages from your doctor at. If you don't have an email account at work, you might want to create one prior to your appointment.

  • This form needs to be brought to your appointment, and then given to your physician.

  • At the time of your appointment, ask for a summary of the appointment along with the list of medications you're currently taking. The documentation you need to bring along when you go to pick up your medical marijuana.

Following your appointment with your doctor, you will get an email from OMC containing the following information:


  • Confirmation from your health doctor.

  • The Medical Cannabis Patient Registry's exclusive registration link.



You will be able to enroll once you have received the confirmation email. Before you click the Register button, collect the following details:


  • State ID, driver's license, or passport are examples of identification documents issued by the government.

  • You need to prove that you are the benefits you receive, such as Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those who transition to retirement benefits) medical assistance, MinnesotaCare, IHS, Railroad disability, VA dependency, and indemnity compensation or Veteran's disability benefits when you apply for the discount fee.

  • To capture/scan photographs of your IDs, use a camera or a phone equipped with a camera.

  • The annual registration cost can be paid with a credit/debit card or cash, and the processing company for the program, U.S. Bank, accepts all the above methods of payment.

  • Once your account is accepted, you will be sent an email. Then you can go to Step 3: Receive, which is the last step in the procedure.



To buy medical cannabis, you need to first fill out a Patient Evaluation for your Registry account. If you're less than 18 or have a caregiver, you must fill out this form.


To get to the form, go to:


  • Log in to your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry account.

  • Each time you seek medical cannabis, you need to submit a new patient Self-Evaluation.

  • If you go to a Cannabis Patient Center, bring your appointment summary along with the list of medications currently prescribed to your doctor.


You'll meet with a licensed pharmacist at the Cannabis Patient Center, who will:


  • Check your self-evaluation reports as well as the summary of your doctor's appointment as well as the list of medications you're now taking.

  • Create a unique suggestion for the medical cannabis dosage.

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