Medical marijuana dispensaries continue to play a key role in the lives of medical marijuana (MMJ) patients. Ohio MMJ patients continue to have access to alternative remedies in the form of cannabis. Citizen by Klutch carries a range of medical cannabis products formulated for holistic wellness care.
However, the use of cannabis for medical purposes is still a relatively new area. As such, patients approved for medical cannabis for alternative therapy need answers to important questions. We’ve got answers to Ohio dispensary medical marijuana Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
What Is Medical Marijuana?
Medical marijuana is the name used for products made from the cannabis plant and is used to relieve symptoms caused by certain conditions. These products are available at a medical marijuana dispensary in Ohio near you.
Top Ohio Dispensary Medical Marijuana FAQs
Is medical marijuana legal in Ohio?
Yes. Over two-thirds of U.S. states and the District of Columbia made marijuana legal for medical treatments. Ohio became the 25th state to legalize medical cannabis as of September 2016.
What is medical marijuana used for?
Cannabis can only be used for treating certain conditions spelled out in the laws of each state. Qualifying conditions in Ohio include epilepsy or seizure, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, HIV, and AIDS. See more on Ohio state’s full list of qualifying conditions.
Is medical marijuana safe?
Cannabis products for medicinal use contain two key active compounds. One is called delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. The other is cannabidiol or CBD. These compounds are present in dispensary products such as flower, oil tinctures, concentrates, vaporizers, and skin products. These products are generally safe when taken as directed.
Where to buy medical cannabis in Ohio?
Medical cannabis can be purchased at a licensed dispensary in the state. The Citizen by Klutch is one of the best Ohio dispensaries serving patients at our Lorain and Canton locations. You will need a medical marijuana ID card or MMJ card to make your purchase.
How to get medical marijuana?
A certifying physician will need to assess your symptoms and confirm that you have a qualifying condition for medical marijuana. The most common qualifying conditions are Chronic Pain, PTSD, Fibromyalgia, and Cancer, but there are over 20 more. Your doctor will provide a recommendation in the State Registry for you to use medical marijuana. Then, you will receive a medical marijuana ID card to legally buy cannabis from Ohio dispensaries.
Where to find a medical marijuana card doctor?
A quick search online for medical marijuana doctors in your local area should bring up a list to choose from. Certain companies help fast-track the process by linking Ohio residents to MMJ doctors. They include companies like Veriheal, Leafwell, Ohio Marijuana Card, Ohio Cannabis Connection, MyMedicine LLC, and Releaf Health. The price for this service may range anywhere from $50 to $300. Schedule an appointment and visit your doctor in person or via Telehealth.
How to get a medical marijuana ID card in Ohio?
All qualified and approved patients must be registered in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Program to receive their medical marijuana registration or ID card. After you qualify, your doctor will create your profile in the Patient and Caregiver Registry. Next, complete your registration through the Patient and Caregiver Registry by paying the $50 activation fee. New patients receive a new card. Current patients receive a renewed MMJ card after requalifying.
When will I receive my medical marijuana card?
Cards are issued by Ohio’s State Board of Pharmacy. Once you are registered by the physician, your virtual card is ready instantly. Once you are approved for an ID card, you must pay the $50 registration fee. Your card is then emailed to you. You can print it or just download the digital image for use right away.
How long does my medical marijuana ID card last?
Cards are generally issued to last for various periods. For example, 90 days, 180 days, 270 days, 360 days. Patients are required to activate their card at the State Registry website. You can shop at any licensed Ohio dispensary once the card is active.
How much medical marijuana can I possess?
A registered patient or caregiver can possess an amount of marijuana that does not exceed a 90-day supply. This is divided into two 45-day fill periods where you can buy a supply of dispensary cannabis. The second supply can only be purchased within the next 45-day period. Note that patients can only legally possess the supply purchased through an approved dispensary.
The Citizen Welcomes Medical Marijuana Patients
Our dispensaries are on the list of licensed and certified Ohio Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. Make us your local store for clean, safe cannabis products. Shop online, in-store, or drive-thru. Bring your MMJ card and valid government-issued ID. Contact us to find out more.