On June 26th, 2018, Oklahoma voters approved State Question 788, legalizing medical cannabis state-wide. The measure passed overwhelmingly with 57% in favor of medical marijuana. Oklahoma then became the fastest state to implement a program for medical cannabis. The first legal dispensaries opened on October 26, 2018.
Qualified patients are legally able to possess, purchase, cultivate and consume marijuana products to treat a variety of conditions. Unlike other states, there is no list of qualifying conditions a patient must have to receive a card. Patients must obtain a recommendation based on the opinion of a licensed physician in the state. You then submit that along with $108 for a 2-year license.
- Possess up to 3 oz of cannabis in public
- Possess up to 8 oz of cannabis at home
- Grow up to six mature plants in addition to six seedlings
- Possess up to 1 oz of cannabis concentrates (oils, waxes, extracts, etc)
- Possess up to 72 oz of marijuana edibles
- Designate an caregiver to purchase and/or grow for them
An online system is used to apply and pay for the license. Required information includes name, proof of residence and mailing address, driver’s license or valid ID, color photo, date of birth, phone number and email, physician information/recommendation and a patient signature. The recommendation form must be dated within 30 days of an application submission.
Cost for a doctor’s recommendation will vary, you can view the list of approved OMMA doctors to search for one near you.
The standard application cost is $100. Those on Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare can register for $20. Applications are reviewed by OMMA, if approved a letter and identification card will be mailed within 30 days of the application submission date. If an application is incomplete for any reason, applicants will receive email stating the reasons and explaining how to correct and resubmit.Apply Now