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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, to be eligible for a medical cannabis certification in the state, applicants must show proof of residency in the form of a driver’s license or identification card issued by the state.

If your medical condition is not listed, you can file an appeal to have it listed. The process takes about a year. The Department of Health recently added IBS and OCD, which will be effective August 1, 2023.

Obtaining a Minnesota medical cannabis card through Minneapolis MMJ Card Doctor only costs $199. The state additionally mandates a $200 application fee for the Minnesota MMJ card. Patients with proof of enrollment may be eligible for a reduced fee of $50 if they receive SSI or SSD or are enrolled in MinnesotaCare.

You are only charged for your evaluation with Minneapolis MMJ Card Doctor if you are accepted. Everyone should have access to a licensed medical cannabis physician, in our opinion, and the expense of an assessment shouldn’t be a barrier.

This is dependent upon the state you are visiting. Each state governs Reciprocity differently; some don’t permit it at all. To find out more, contact your state of destination.