Step 1: How to Qualify for an MMJ Card
Medical Marijuana Card Forms
Electronic certifications are available in Missouri. When you've found a qualified MD or DO in good standing with the state of Missouri, they can complete a Standard Physician Certification Form for your conditions. This allows patients to receive the standard recommended dose of (4) ounces per month.
For patients requiring more than the standard (4) ounces, there are Alternative Physician Certification Forms where you submit two forms from two different physicians regarding the same qualifying medical condition. The recommended amounts must be consistent on both forms, otherwise the lesser of the two will be provided.
Patients under the age of 18 will be required to submit a completed Parent/Legal Consent Form, along with their application.
Step 2: Where to register for Medical Marijuana
Online Patient / Caregiver Registration
In order to complete an MMJ application, patients have to register with Missouri's Complia application portal. Once you visit the State of Missouri's Department of Health and Senior Services website, you'll want to register an account as a patient. The only applications that will be accepted are those completed through the on-line registry.
Step 3: How to Apply for a Medical Cannabis Card
Applying for your MMJ Card
Once you've registered through the Complia portal, you'll be able to create an application for a new patient registration. Caregivers also have to apply, and can create an application for a new caregiver registration after going through the same process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions Regarding MMJ Cards
Patients are typically approved within 2-3 weeks of submitting their application by the Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services. The Missouri Medical Marijuana Program website has more details available.
Our experts are available to assist you with any MMJ-card related needs at no extra cost.
You are able to use your MMJ card in medically legal states with reciprocity. The states with reciprocity laws can change but are currently: Arkansas, Hawaii, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma*, Rhode Island. The laws are different from state-to-state and always updating, it's recommended to always plan ahead and contact a dispensary beforehand. *Requires a form to be filled for a temporary license
Missouri Amendment 2, Article XIV states that a MO medical marijuana card does not infringe any other rights within the Missouri Constitution. This includes the right to purchase and possess licensed firearms & ammunition.
If you're a qualified patient with a medical marijuana card, you may grow up to 6 flowering plants as long as it's in an enclosed area with a lock that is only accessible to a patient or caregiver. There is a grower card fee of $100.
Nope! Personal identifying information can not be made public by dispensaries or the DHSS. Only dispensary employees and physicians can verify patients or caregiver registrations.
We recommend speaking with a physician if you have a medical need for cannabis. If a physician concludes that a patient would benefit from medicinal cannabis treatments, they may be eligible for a MMJ card in Missouri.
Once you receive your Patient or Caregiver Registry Card, you'll be able to access and browse our Bloom Medicinals Missouri dispensaries. We have locations available in Cape Girardeau, O'Fallon, Cameron, and Springfield. Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and prepared to help patients discover administration methods, understand dosage procedures for our products and learn about onset and duration times.