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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Missouri

            Many studies considered Cannabis or more commonly known as Marijuana to be a solution to various diseases. Currently, according to the health line it is prescribed by doctors to treat severe epilepsy, chemotherapy side effects, and other illnesses. Due to marijuana’s lack of Food and Drug Administration testing for safety and efficacy, a medical marijuana card is needed to enable a patient with the doctor’s recommendation to obtain, possess and even cultivate marijuana. 

           Getting a medical marijuana card here in Missouri is easy with us with just simple steps. This June 2019, the Missouri Department of Health started medical marijuana patient applications and with this, almost 22,000 state residents have already joined the program. 

           If you are a resident of Missouri who needs medical help that marijuana can aid, we are here to assist, for you to get your medical marijuana card by just following these easy steps.

  1. Find out if you qualify
  2. Get an evaluation
  3. Apply with the state

Step 1: Basic qualifications that you must know in order to be certified:

In order to qualify as a medical marijuana patient in Missouri, you must be:

    • A  resident in Missouri provided with a  proof of your residency: 
      • You can use your Missouri’s driver license.
      • Government issued ID and a 
      • Recent copy of utility bill showing your name and address.

  • Be 18 or older or emancipated.


    • Did you know that patients under the age of 18 who aren’t emancipated can become patients too, but their parent or legal guardian must act as their caregiver and the card is only issued to them, not the minor. 
  • You must be diagnosed with any of the following qualifying conditions:

You have to be diagnosed with the listed qualifying health condition listed below. The list of qualifying conditions in Missouri includes, but isn’t limited to:

  • Glaucoma
  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Chronic pain
  • Intractable migraines
  • HIV or AIDS
  • Chronic muscle spasms
  • Hepatitis C
  • Debilitating psychiatric disorders
  • Crohn’s syndrome
  • Neuropathy
  • ALS
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Autism
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Wasting syndrome
  • Cachexia
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Any terminal illness
  • Any other chronic, debilitating medical condition, or
  • A chronic condition that would normally require a prescription medication that can lead to dependence, if a physician decides that marijuana could be a safe and effective alternative.

STEP TWO:  Once you’ve determined you’re qualified, it is time to get your medical marijuana evaluation.

       Currently, Missouri law recommends the 4 ounce dosage per month and physician uses the Standard Physician Certification Form 


       Patients requiring more than the recommended dosage should use the Alternative Physician Certification Form, the two forms are required to be completed by two different physicians. Take note that these forms should have the same qualifying medical conditions selected, if the information is  inconsistent from the other form, the patient will not be allowed the lesser dosage. 


        For patients that are under 18 years old, a Parent/Legal Guardian Consent Form  should be completed and submitted with their application. 


After your doctor’s appointment, it’s time to register and complete the application with the COMPLIA APPLICATION PORTALClick on the  Patient/Caregiver Application Registration blue box located under the photograph to apply for your identification card. If a “Warning-Exiting Site” pop-up box appears, click “Yes” to proceed to the registry. Only applications submitted through the on-line registry will be accepted.



After the patient have successfully registered, the application can be completed by logging in to the Complia Portal, click “Create Application” and “New Patient Registration”


Caregiver Application: once the patient has been approved, complete the application by logging into the Complia portal, click “+Create Application” and “New Caregiver Registration”.


NOTE: The department has 30 days to process all submitted applications, and processes them in the order they were received. If and so there are some corrections, it should be complete within 10 days, otherwise if not completed your application will be rejected.



Once approved, finally you can enjoy the benefits of your Medical Marijuana card in Missouri to help you with your needs.