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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program A Guide for Patients

Dec 2


If you're eligible to participate in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program, these are the steps you must follow to begin:


You may be eligible for this program if you're an individual with a medical marijuana card that has been diagnosed with at most one of these conditions by a healthcare doctor who is recognized by the program


  • Cancer*\sGlaucoma


  • Tourette's syndrome, which is a neurological condition that can lead to seizures, is known as

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is a form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Seizures , such as those that are related to epilepsy.

  • Muscle spasms that can be severe and persistent, like those associated with multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Crohn's Disease and other digestive disorders that cause inflammation

  • If your life expectancy is less than a year you are suffering from a terminal illness.

  • Intractable discomfort

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a form of post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Autism

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a type of sleep apnea.

  • Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia that affects individuals.

  • Pain that lasts for a long time

  • Sickle cell disease is a type of sickle cell disorder.

  • Tic disorder, whether motor or verbal * If you suffer from persistent or extreme nausea, pain, or vomiting or severe cachexia swelling as a result of your condition or its treatment.



Before you can begin applying to the program through 420ID, a doctor, physician assistant or advanced practice registered nurse must verify the accuracy of your information.


  • To schedule, an appointment call your doctor, medical assistant, or advanced practice registered nursing to arrange an appointment. They are the only medical professionals who can certify your health.

  • The OMC doesn't keep track of those who are participating in the program. It is your responsibility to make an appointment with licensed health care professionals.

  • The Patient Acknowledgement and Email Form is available for download and printing (PDF).

  • Please fill in the fields for the acknowledgment and email for the Patient Forms.


  • Please fill in the email address where you'd like to receive secure messages regarding your health. If you do not have an email address at work, think about creating one before your appointment.

  • Bring this form to your visit and hand it to your health care provider.

  • Request a summary of your appointment and your list of any drugs you're currently taking at the time of your appointment. When you go to get your medical marijuana and bring the documentation with you.


Following your appointment with your health professional Following your visit, you'll get an email from the OMC which includes the following details:


  • The health care provider's confirmation of your health condition.

  • Unique registration link to the Medical Cannabis Patient Registry



You will be able to register once you receive your confirmation email. You must gather the following information prior to entering your registration information:


  • Examples of government-issued IDs are identification cards issued by the state, drivers' licenses, or passports.

  • You have to show proof of receiving Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability (including those who are transitioning to retirement benefits) Medical assistance, MinnesotaCare, IHS, Railroad disability, VA dependency, and indemnity benefits, or Veteran's disability benefits if you are applying to receive the discounted rate.

  • To capture or scan images of your IDs you can use an electronic camera or phone camera.

  • The annual registration fees can be paid using a debit or credit card or check, and the processing company for the program, U.S. Bank, accepts all of these methods of payment.

  • When your account is approved, you will receive an email. The next step is step 3: Receive which is the last step in the process.



To purchase medical cannabis, you need to first submit a patient evaluation on your Registry account. The form should be completed by the individual who is authorized to purchase your cannabis for medicinal purposes if they are younger than 18 or have someone to care for you.

Go to:


  • Log into your Medical Cannabis Patient Registry account.

  • Each time you seek medical cannabis, you must fill out a new Patient Self-Evaluation.

  • If you go to the Cannabis Patient Center, bring the summary of your appointment as well as the list of medications currently prescribed to your doctor.


At the Cannabis Patient Center, you will be able to meet with a licensed pharmacist who will:


  • Examine your self-evaluation and the practitioner appointment notes, as well as the list of medications that you currently take.

  • Create a custom recommendation for medical cannabis dosage.


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