The state certifies qualified physicians to issue medical cannabis cards to patients who meet the qualifying conditions under the law. A list of those physicians can be found on the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program website. After your exam, the physician will submit your information to the Ohio Patient and Caregiver Registry for approval. You will receive an email from the registry to complete your registration and pay the annual fee. After you have been approved by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, you will be notified via email and you can print a copy of your card to bring to the dispensary.
The rules on this have recently changed on April 17, 2020, the Board of Pharmacy issued new guidance on the calculation of a patient’s supply. The 90-day supply is broken into 45 day increments and the dispensary enters your supply amounts available to you when you stop in the dispensary to purchase. There are different amounts of different forms of cannabis you can purchase but the total shall not exceed the legal amount. It’s a little confusing so let me break it down for you. Your dispensary can also help you with staying within the legal limits and in fact won’t sell you more than is legal.
There are several reporting obligations that a patient or caregiver must comply with and timeframes associated with those reportings. Find the full list click here
Transporting medical cannabis must be secure, sealed, and inaccessible during transport.
It is illegal to operate any motor vehicle while under the influence of cannabis. You cannot legally transport cannabis across state lines.
Remember, Cannabis remains a Controlled Substance under Federal Law. It is currently illegal to possess and use cannabis under Federal Law.
Under the law, each product must be labeled and packaged in a sealed, tamper resistant container. The label on your medical cannabis contains information to help you understand your purchase and verify it’s contents for potency and purity.
Each label of legal cannabis will have:
That’s what Dose.net is here for. Your medical cannabis needs are very individual to you. Some factors that we consider in recommendations include, the medical condition you are treating, the severity of that condition and if it is chronic or acute (situational), what other medical conditions you have, your current medication regime, what benefits you are looking to achieve with cannabis, your size, age, and exposure to cannabis in the past, your daily routine, and other unique factors you present.