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How to Get a Medical Card in Oklahoma?
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Receive your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card via Mail.
Visit the official website of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Create an account and submit the required paperwork (i.e. ID proof, Medicaid or Sooner Care, etc.). Also, make sure to attach the doctor’s approval.
Providing resident proof is mandatory. Not submitting proofs may result in disapproval of your application by OMMA. (The Validity time for applying is 90 days. Afterward, the doctor’s recommendation expires).
Oklahoma medical marijuana Authority takes an average of 14 days to review a patient’s submitted documents. After approval, OMMA dispatches the card by mail. Once received, a patient can start making purchases from an Oklahoma dispensary.
What is a Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card?
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card, also known as the OMMA Card, is a legal permit provided by the Oklahoma medical marijuana authority allowing people with any type of medical condition access to marijuana possession, cultivation, and consumption.
Is Marijuana Legal in Oklahoma?
The road to the legalization of medicinal marijuana in Oklahoma has been through many ups and downs. The journey of legalization started in April 2015 when Governor Mary Fallin signed HB 2154, the measure to permit clinical trials on CBD Oil. This law also authorized the distribution of CBD oil.
Oklahoma Marijuana Laws
June 26, 2018, the date of enactment of SQ788, is the date of establishment for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA), the regulator of medicinal marijuana in the state.
OMMA, in 2020, updated new laws and policies for regulating marijuana among medical marijuana license holders. These policies defined the limits of possession, cultivation, and forms of marijuana legal for possession.
- In-person possession – 3 ounces or 85 gms. approximate.
- Residential possession – 8 ounces or 227 gms. approximate.
- Concentrated marijuana possession – 1 ounce or 28 gms. approximate.
- Edibles – 72 ounces or 2,000 gms. approximate.
- Number of Mature Plants – 6 (budding stage).
- Number of seedling plants – 6 (Vegetative state).
Every card issued by OMMA comes with a validity period of 2 years(maximum). Once expired, needs to be renewed.