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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program: A Guide For Patients

Nov 27

These are the steps you need to take to be eligible for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program.

You may be eligible if you have an Online Medical Marijuana Card from 420ID and you have been diagnosed by a registered medical practitioner with the program with at minimum one condition.

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  • Tourette’s syndrome is a neurological disorder that has led to the creation of.

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Seizures, such as those associated with epilepsy

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can cause persistent and severe muscle spasms.

  • Crohn’s Disease and other inflammatory conditions

  • If your life expectancy falls below one year, you have a terminal illness.

  • Intractable discomfort

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

  • Autism

  • An obstructive sleep disorder (OSA) is a form of obstructive sleeping disorder.

  • Alzheimer's disease affects people.

  • Long-lasting pain

  • Sickle cells disease can be described in terms of a type of sickle cell disease.

  • If you experience severe or persistent pain, nausea, or severe vomiting due to your condition, treatment, or medication,


A doctor, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse must verify that you are healthy before you can apply to the program.

  • For an appointment, please contact your doctor, advanced practice registered nurse or physician assistant to schedule one. Only they can confirm your condition.

  • The OMC does not keep track of participants in the program. It is your responsibility to schedule an appointment with licensed healthcare providers.

  • Download and print the Patient email and acknowledgment form (PDF)

  • Please complete the following fields to access the Acknowledgement or Patient Email Forms

  • Please enter the email address you wish to receive confidential information about your health. You can create an email account before you go to your appointment if you don't already have one at work.

  • Bring this form to your appointment.

  • Ask for a summary of your visit, and a list of all medications you currently take during your appointment. These documents must be taken with you to receive your medical marijuana.

You will receive an email from OMC with the following information after your appointment with your doctor:

  • Confirmation by your healthcare provider.

  • Exclusive registration link for Medical Cannabis Patient Registry


After you have received your certificate email, you can register. Gather the following information before you click on the Register button:

  • Some examples of government-issued ID are state ID, driver’s license, and passport.

  • To be eligible for the discount, you will need to show proof of Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those that have transitioned into retirement), medical aid, IHS, Railroad Disability or VA dependency, indemnity compensation, or Veteran’s Disability benefits.

  • Take photos with your IDs using a smartphone equipped with a camera.

  • The annual registration fee can be paid by check, credit/debit card, or cash. All payment methods are accepted by U.S. Bank

  • Once your account has been approved, you will be sent an email. The next step is Step 3: Receive.


You must complete a Patient Assessment on your Registry account before you can purchase medical cannabis. This form must be completed if you are under 18 or have a caregiver.

Go to:

  • Login to your Medical Cannabis Patient Register Account.

  • Every time you want medical cannabis, you must submit a patient self-evaluation.

  • Bring your appointment summary and a list of medications you have been prescribed by your doctor to a Cannabis Patient Center.

You will be able to meet with a qualified pharmacist at the Cannabis Patient Center. They will:

  • Complete your self-evaluation and practitioner appointment summary. List of medications you are currently taking.

  • Create a unique recommendation for medical cannabis dosage.