How to Apply:
- REGISTER ON OUR WEBSITE for our MMJRecs Online Clinic with the link provided on this page.
- MAKE SURE TO CREATE A NEW PATIENT LOGIN after clicking the pink ‘Get Started’ or pink ‘Register’ button. Fill out all your information and don’t forget to upload a photo of your valid driver’s license. Lastly, answer our simple, straightforward patient questionnaire created by our licensed physicians.
- CHAT WITH YOUR DOCTOR: All of our MMJ doctors are friendly, informed and willing to answer any questions you might have. Chat with our licensed physicians about any of your concerns or queries about the medical use of cannabis. Patient evaluations usually only take 5 – 10 minutes.
- WAIT FOR YOUR DOCTOR TO COMPLETE YOUR CERTIFICATION: You’ll receive your signed Missouri MMJ certification from one of our physicians via email within 24 – 48 hours after being approved as their medical cannabis patient.
- COMPLETE YOUR STATE REGISTRATION: Log into the Missouri medical marijuana patient application page and complete your registration request.
- CHECK YOUR EMAIL: Once your Missouri state patient ID card application is approved, the state will send out your patient identification card via email.
- PRINT YOUR PATIENT IDENTIFICATION CARD: Once it’s in your inbox, simply download your patient identification card and print it out. The state of Missouri doesn’t issue physical cards, so once you’ve printed your ID, you’re all set to visit the Missouri MMJ dispensary of your choice!
- Missouri qualifying conditions
MMJRecs Online Clinic now offers Medical Marijuana Recommendations in Missouri for $129.99! (Not including $25 fee for Missouri Patient ID Card.)
California qualifying conditions
- Intractable migraines unresponsive to treatment
- HIV or AIDS
A terminal illness:
“In the professional judgment of a physician, any other chronic, debilitating or other medical condition, including, but not limited to, hepatitis C, ALS, IBD, Crohn’s disease, Huntington’s Disease, Autism, Neuropathies, Sickle cell anemia, agitation of Alzheimers disease, cachexia, and wasting syndrome”