When Oklahoma legalized medical marijuana for qualified patients, a new era began for patients who had struggled to cope with painful symptoms and health conditions. During COVID-19, medical cannabis was declared an “essential services” by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Our state understands how important medical marijuana is to patients. Medical cannabis helps patients manage pain, inflammation, and mental health needs like anxiety and depression.
If you have not achieved the relief you need from symptoms like pain, learn about the qualifying health conditions that may qualify you to become a registered patient in the Oklahoma medical marijuana program. Dr. Lee P. Frye serves patients through INTEGRIS, a trusted medical service provider.
Is It Hard to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Oklahoma?
As of July 1, 2020, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) licensed 325,505 Oklahomans for the medical marijuana program. If you are not sure whether you will qualify to become a registered medical marijuana cardholder in Oklahoma, we would like you to first review the qualifying health conditions. The State of Oklahoma has provided a list of specific diagnoses or symptoms that qualify a patient to apply and become approved for an Oklahoma medical marijuana card.
Oklahoma allows patients who suffer from debilitating conditions to explore medical cannabis as an alternative therapy. Some of the qualifying health conditions for a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma include:
Patients need to schedule an online medical evaluation with a certified physician, as part of applying to become an Oklahoma medical marijuana cardholder. Because of the recent health emergency, telemedicine or video appointments are available for patients, who do not want to visit an office.
What Kind of Medical Marijuana Can I Purchase in Oklahoma?
After you have been certified and registered as an Oklahoma medical marijuana patient, you can begin to explore different types and methods. Finding the right cannabis or marijuana and CBD ratio wellness products is helped by service staff at the dispensary. The dispensary will help create a patient profile for you, with some general information about your health diagnosis. That way, they can custom tailor the suggestions they provide you about different strains of cannabis and intake methods. Some medical marijuana options for patients in Oklahoma include edible cannabis, smokable (whole flower), concentrates, and vaporized options.
Each licensed dispensary in Oklahoma carries accessories, and staff at the marijuana dispensary can show you different options and help you choose the one that is right for you. Even if you have never taken cannabis before, you will be able to ask questions and learn how to administer your medical marijuana as needed.
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Well Body Long Life Clinic
Lee P. Frye, M.D. is a respected health expert, serving patients in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. For decades. Dr. Frye has been a leading resource for pain management therapies, addiction recovery, and cardiovascular health. An expert in internal and rehabilitative medicine, Dr. Frye is committed to helping his patients explore both conventional and alternative therapies. And to helping patients resolve painful chronic disease conditions and symptoms. Lee P. Frye, M.D. is also accredited in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Well Body Long Life Clinic prides themselves on being located in Oklahoma City and aims to provide the highest standard of medical care to patients in the the local areas of Del City, The Village, Midwest City, Warr Acres, Bethany, Moore, Edmond, and Mustang. Qualified patients may find that they can obtain a medical marijuana card with the help of the compassionate medical practitioners at Well Body Long Life Clinic.