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Cost to Renew Your MMJ Card in Arkansas
The cost of an Arkansas medical marijuana card renewal may be lower than you think.
$50 registration fee
which is renewed annually.
Arkansas Card Renewal Cost:
At Elevate Holistics, this costs just $80.
Other doctors can run you anywhere from $100-$250 for an appointment. With Elevate Holistics, the cost of getting your Arkansas MMJ card renewal from start to finish is just $80.
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How To Renew Your MMJ Card in Arkansas Online
To renew a medical marijuana card, there’s a short application process and evaluation from an MMJ doctor. The process is fairly simple, and once you receive your card, you’ll be able to purchase marijuana from approved dispensaries.
Our 3-Step Process To Get Your Medical Card Online in Arkansas
Meet With An MMJ Doctor
During your MMJ doctor’s appointment, your physician will verify your eligibility for one of the qualifying conditions for Arkansas medical marijuana. They can also address any queries you may have regarding medical marijuana, all from the comfort of your home.
Get Approved and Register with the State.
After your appointment, your doctor will start your registration with the Arkansas State Medical Board. The registration process is the same for renewal and new patients.
You’ll receive an email with an activation link, which will take you to the state registry.
This link is only valid for 90 days, so it’s important to complete the registration before then. You’ll also pay your $50 registration fee at this point.
Get Your MMJ Card!
The Arkansas state registry will then process your renewal application within 10-14 days. Once you’re approved, you’ll be able to print out your medical marijuana card and start buying cannabis products from your local dispensary.
Advantages of Choosing Elevate-Holistics in Arkansas
- If you refer 5 friends or family members to book a consultation your next renewal is FREE! You’ll need to renew your certification in Arkansas after 1 year.
- If you’re not approved by a doctor we’ll reimburse you the cost of your appointment. No questions asked.
- Our prices are the lowest among other options in the industry. If you see a lower price somewhere else, we’ll match it.*
*must share valid proof of lower price prior to appointment booking
Qualifying Conditions: MMJ Card Renewal in Arkansas
In order to get your MMJ card, you will need to have one of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act qualifying conditions.
If you have doubts about your eligibility for a medical marijuana card in Arkansas, consult with a doctor to learn more – you might be surprised by just how many qualifying conditions for a medical marijuana card exist.
Benefits of Having a Medical Card in Arkansas
Access to Top-Shelf Marijuana
You’ll get immediate access to the best marijuana strains carefully bred to provide ideal results.
The Arkansas medical marijuana control program tests all marijuana plants and marijuana-infused products to ensure they meet specified standards before being transported to dispensaries.
If you’re considering using your card in other states, some nearby states like Louisiana, Mississippi, and even Washington D.C. may accept out-of-state medical marijuana cards.
However, acceptance can differ, so it’s wise to research each state’s specific regulations. Nevertheless, for reliable and consistent access, obtaining a medical marijuana card in your home state, such as Arkansas, is often the safest choice.
Having an Arkansas marijuana card ensures you comply with the law. If you carry amounts within the allowed limit and encounter a law enforcement officer, you can present your card as proof of your active registration with the Arkansas MMCP.
Your card signifies your legal right to possess, transport, and use marijuana within Arkansas.
We are a team who believes in the medical benefits of cannabis; but, we’re also keenly aware that a large percentage of the population doesn’t know where to start on their cannabis journey. This is why we promise to treat every patient with respect, compassion, and love.
We’re all on our own journey and we promise to respect yours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the Arkansas medical cannabis act legalized marijuana for medical use in 2016.
However, the first dispensaries did not open until 2019. Patients who have a medical card can purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis every two weeks.
Those who don’t have a medical card can face serious consequences if they are caught with marijuana. This could include a hefty fine, jail time, and a six-month driver’s license suspension, depending on how much marijuana you are carrying.
It’s also important to note that members of the US Military or Arkansas National Guard are not allowed to get a medical marijuana card. If you’re a gun owner and concerned about getting a medical card, you can read our blog post for more information.
- Make an appointment with an Arkansas marijuana doctor. Once your doctor approves you, they will need to fill out the written certification form, which you will then submit along with your application.
- Next, apply through the Arkansas Department of Health’s online portal. You can upload a scan of your doctor’s written certification, and you’ll also need to provide proof of ID and Arkansas residence.
- Finally, you’ll need to pay the $50 application fee, and then your application will be sent to the board for review. You can also opt to print out the application and mail it in, but this makes the process take much longer.
- Signed Physician Written Certification
- The patient registry application form
- Copy of your AR driver’s license or state ID
- $50 application fee
It only costs $50 to register with the Ohio Patient and Caregiver Registry, and this is an annual fee. On top of the $50 registration fee, you’ll have to pay for your appointment.
At Elevate Holistics, this costs just $130.
In total, with Elevate, the cost of getting your Arkansas MMJ card from start to finish is just $180.
Yes, you can!
To be a caregiver, you must be over the age of 21 and a resident of the state of Arkansas. You also cannot have been convicted of a felony, and you cannot be a member of the US Military or Arkansas National Guard.
To register as a caregiver, you will need to submit a caregiver application when the patient submits theirs. You’ll also need to pay the $50 registration fee.
Once the application has been processed, you’ll receive a caregiver card in the mail that you can use to purchase marijuana for your patient at dispensaries.
According to Arkansas marijuana laws, patients and caregivers can purchase up to 2.5 ounces — or 70.87 grams — every two weeks from one Arkansas dispensary.
You may find specific possession restrictions for certain “pain patients,” but this is up to the ADH’s discretion.
Arkansas has complicated medical marijuana laws that are crucial to understand. To learn what’s legal and what’s not in the Land of Opportunity, you can click here.
No. Neither patients nor caregivers are permitted to cultivate cannabis in Arkansas.
You can only purchase and consume cannabis products, not grow them.
Any person caught cultivating cannabis will get charged with either simple possession or possession with an intent to deliver charge, depending on how much cannabis they grew. Just don’t do it.
Arkansas medical marijuana laws do allow for reciprocity. This means that out-of-state residents can access medical marijuana if they have one of the state’s qualifying conditions.
In order for out-of-state residents to purchase medical marijuana, they will need to complete a visitor’s registration form and pay a non-refundable $50 fee.
This will allow visitors to purchase medical marijuana for up to 30 days.
Yes, there are various medical marijuana dispensaries across the state of Arkansas.
You can purchase medical marijuana from any Arkansas dispensary in the area. All you have to do is find a licensed dispensary that has the products you enjoy, show them your Arkansas medical card, and you’ll be all set to start buying.
No, in order to enter an Arkansas dispensary, you’ll need to have your state-issued medical card. Fortunately, you should get your card in the mail within 30 days of applying with the state, so you won’t have to wait too long.
An Arkansas medical marijuana card is valid for exactly one year from the date that it’s issued.
Yes, you can keep track of the status of your Arkansas medical marijuana card renewal or application through the state website.
The actual status of your application will have specific icons to help you understand where your application is at in the process. To learn more, you can click here.
Yes! You will need to renew your medical marijuana certification every year in Arkansas.
To renew your card, you will need to get an updated physician’s certification, re-submit the application, and pay the $50 fee again. Luckily, an Arkansas medical marijuana card renewal is very easy to do online.
You can submit your application online through the Arkansas State government website.
Our Medical Marijuana Doctors in Arkansas
At Elevate Holistics, we provide secure telehealth consultations with licensed medical marijuana doctors. Not only can our doctors approve you for a medical card if you have a qualifying condition, but they can also answer any questions you may have about medical marijuana. Each telehealth session is HIPAA compliant, and our knowledgeable doctors will walk you through the sign-up process, and then our team is here to help you complete the state registration effortlessly.
Truly, getting your Arkansas medical marijuana card has never been so simple.
Places We Recommend To Visit Once You Renew
After you’ve visited your favorite dispensary and have consumed your ideal dose of cannabis, what’s there to do in Arkansas to enjoy your high? Plenty.
Hot Springs National Park
At the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, you can enjoy some amazing hiking trails that provide some amazing views of the city. You can't swim in the fountains, but you can relax and enjoy yourself at this beautiful location.
Located in Hot Spring Arkansas, you can visit this theme and water park that has roller coasts, log rides, cabanas for VIP, and a huge wave pool. If you're looking to have some fun rather than relax, we'd take anyone new to Arkansas here to have some fun!
Garvan Woodland Gardens
Located near the Hot Springs, you can visit this attraction thats 210 acres where plant lovers can see 128 species of native wild flowers. This place is closed in January, but during the holidays, you can view more than 5 million lights that spread across 15 acres across this beautiful garden.