Medical card benefits
Get legal access to your medicine
Legally possess a supply of the dosage determined by your doctor
Designate a caregiver to assist in obtaining and administering your medicine
You deserve the best possible care for your condition. That also means having safe access to medical marijuana. The Cannigma Medical was created to help patients get their medical marijuana card in the easiest way possible.
We do that by connecting patients with doctors who understand their needs — quickly and easily. Our curated network of compassionate and informed doctors is here to help you lead a better, healthier life.
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Which conditions qualify me for a medical marijuana card?
The specific conditions making you eligible for a medical card vary from state to state but include one or more of the following severe, debilitating, or life-threatening conditions. (To see the full list of conditions in your state select your state from the drop down list at the top of the page.)
- HIV infection or AIDS
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Spinal cord injury with spasticity
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Huntington’s disease
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Chronic pain, defined as pain that degrades health and functional capability
How do I get my medical marijuana card?
The process to getting your medical marijuana card differs slightly from state to state. In most instances, you simply register with The Cannigma Medical, provide your personal and medical information, and set an appointment with one of our doctors.
During the consultation with your doctor, they will consider your medical information to determine whether you are eligible for a medical marijuana card according to the requirements set by your state.
Once the doctor has approved you for a medical card, you will receive a pdf copy of your certification via email. Some states require that you register with their respective medical marijuana program to receive your identification card.
After your registration is approved you can visit a dispensary and purchase your medicine.
Which documents will I need for my evaluation?
You will need to provide your relevant medical records, proof of identity, and proof of residence. Your state driver’s license or ID can prove both your residence and identity (if it’s up to date). If you don’t have a driver’s license or ID, a current utility bill or mail from the government addressed to your current address will be enough.
How much does it cost to be evaluated for a medical marijuana card?
The cost of your evaluation will depend on your state of residence, but will generally range anywhere from $99-$200. Remember that you will only be charged for your consultation once you are approved for a medical card. Otherwise the consultation is free.
Please note, that some states also require a state registration fee that is separate from the service provided by The Cannigma Medical.