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Cost of a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri

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The state fee to get your Missouri medical marijuana card is $25.

Missouri Card Cost:

Here at Elevate Holistics, our appointment is $130 or $105 if you’re a veteran or on Medicare.

Advantages of Choosing Elevate-Holistics in Missouri

Additional Perks

  • If you refer 5 friends or family members to book a consultation your Renewal is FREE! You’ll need to renew your certification in Missouri 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

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How to Get Your Missouri MMJ Card with Elevate

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Select Date & Time

Schedule the best time for your virtual appointment
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Submit Form & Pay

Complete the quick patient form and submit payment
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See Doctor Virtually

Meet with your board-certified doctor virtually
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State Application

Complete your local state application and you're done!

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How To Get A Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri Online

All you have to do is book an appointment, meet with your doctor, and get registered with the state. And don’t worry: we can help you with every step of the way.

Our 3-Step Process To Get Your Medical Card Online in Missouri

Step 1:

Meet With An MMJ Doctor

Elevate Holistics has an incredible team of expert marijuana doctors who are here to help you get your medical card — and quickly, too!

During your appointment, you will need to provide proof of residency, typically through a valid Missouri driver’s license, Missouri I.D. card, Missouri motor vehicle registration, or a current Missouri utility bill.

Step 2:

Get Approved and Register with the State.

Missouri’s medical marijuana program is overseen by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). This means that you need to head over to the state’s website to register for your MMJ card.

It’s important to note that patients must apply within 30 days of their doctor’s recommendation. To do so, you can follow these steps:

  • Log into the DHSS Complia Portal
  • Click “Create Application”
  • Click “New Patient Registration”
  • Submit patient documents.
  • Pay the $25 state fee

If DHSS finds any errors, you’ll have 10 days to correct the errors.

Step 3:

Get Your MMJ Card!

 It’s important to know that the DHSS doesn’t send out physical MMJ cards. Instead, you have to download a PDF version to your phone.

If you don’t want to do that and would prefer a physical version, we can help you.

Simply click the “DHSS Physical Card” add-on when checking out with your appointment. Then, we will send you a physical card in the mail once the state’s approved you.

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Qualifying Conditions for a Medical Card in Missouri

List of Qualifying Conditions in Missouri

Cancer
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Intractable migraines
HIV/AIDS
Severe or persistent pain/muscle spasms (including but not limited to those associated with multiple sclerosis, seizures, Parkinson’s disease, and Tourette’s syndrome)
Psychiatric disorders (including but not limited to PTSD)
• A chronic medical condition typically treated with prescription medication
Any terminal illness
ALS
Inflammatory bowel disease
Crohn’s disease
Huntington’s disease
Sickle cell anemia
Autism
Alzheimer’s disease agitation
Neuropathies
Cachexia and wasting syndrome
In a doctor’s professional judgment, any chronic, debilitating, or other medical condition

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Benefits of Having a Medical Card in Missouri

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Access to Top-Shelf Marijuana at the Lowest Prices

Cannabis is now fully legal in Missouri. However, tax rates for recreational cannabis are through the roof. With a medical card, you don’t have to pay those same taxes! Plus, you get medical-only discounts when visiting dispensaries. So, if you want to save the most money possible, an MMJ card is the way to go.

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State Reciprocity

Although the law does not allow Missouri dispensaries to accept MMJ cards from out-of-state patients, one of the benefits of Missouri medical card renewal is that you might be able to use it in other states.

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Legal Protection

Having a Missouri marijuana card means you abide by the law. If you have an amount within the allowed limit and encounter a law enforcement officer, you can show your card to confirm your active registration with the MO DHSS.

Your card signifies your legal right to possess, carry, and use marijuana within Missouri.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri: Your Step-by-Step Process

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Getting a Missouri medical marijuana card online with Elevate Holistics is effortless — and you can do it in just three steps.

All you have to do is book an appointment, meet with your doctor, and get registered with the state. And don’t worry: we can help you with every step of the way.

Here’s our three-step process on how to get medical marijuana in Missouri.

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Step One:

Meet With an MMJ Doctor (Like Us!)

Your first step to getting your Missouri medical marijuana card online is by booking your appointment with Elevate Holistics.

Elevate Holistics has an incredible team of expert marijuana doctors that are here to help you get your medical card — and quickly, too! Our appointments last about 15 minutes, though you are free to ask any questions you may have.

During your appointment, you will need to provide proof of residency, typically through a valid Missouri driver’s license, Missouri I.D. card, Missouri motor vehicle registration, or a current Missouri utility bill.

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Step Two:

Get Approved and Register With the State

You’ll find out quickly whether or not you’ve been approved for a Missouri medical marijuana card online. And, once you are approved, it’s time to register with the state.

Missouri’s medical marijuana program is overseen by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). This means that you need to head over to the state’s website to register for your MMJ card.

It’s important to note that patients must apply within 30 days of their doctor’s recommendation. To do so, you can follow these steps:

  • Log into the DHSS Complia Portal
  • Click “Create Application”
  • Click “New Patient Registration”
  • Submit patient documents.
  • Pay the $25 state fee

If DHSS finds any errors, you’ll have 10 days to correct the errors.

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Step Three:

Get Your MMJ Card and Start Shopping!

Once the state has approved you for your Missouri medical marijuana card, you’ll be able to start shopping at your favorite local dispensaries.

However, it’s important to know that the DHSS doesn’t send out physical MMJ cards. Instead, you have to download a PDF version to your phone.

If you don’t want to do that and would prefer a physical version, we can help you.

Simply click the “DHSS Physical Card” add-on when checking out with your appointment. Then, we will send you a physical card in the mail once the state’s approved you.

Missouri Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

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If you’re interested in getting a Missouri medical marijuana card online (or in person), you will have to be diagnosed with one of the state’s qualifying conditions.

Here are those conditions:

Cancer
• Severe or persistent pain/muscle spasms (including but not limited to those associated with multiple sclerosis, seizures, Parkinson’s disease, and Tourette’s syndrome)
ALS
• Inflammatory bowel disease
• Huntington’s disease
• Sickle cell anemia
Autism
Alzheimer’s disease agitation
• Neuropathies
Cachexia and wasting syndrome
• In a doctor’s professional judgment, any chronic, debilitating, or other medical condition

If you are unsure of whether or not you qualify for medical marijuana in Arkansas, it may be worth seeing a doctor and getting their recommendation.

There is some flexibility in terms of using marijuana as a treatment for chronic pain and nausea.