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No appointment is needed! Simply get started by submitting your information and we’ll connect you with a certified medical marijuana doctor. During your health evaluation for a Minnesota medical card, the doctor will ask questions about your health history. You'll review current medications, family history, and other factors to make sure that medical marijuana is a safe option for you.

Fast Approval in Most States
Fast Approval in Most States

See a doctor online and get approved in less than 30 minutes. However, in Minnesota, getting your application approved can take as long as thirty (30) days. Once you have made your application there is a $200 fee to register for a Minnesota medical card. The fee can be discounted for patients on Medicare or Medicaid support. Some doctors may also provide discounts on the exam fee.

Visit a Minnesota Dispensary
Visit a Minnesota Dispensary

You will need to wait for a confirmation email. When you receive that email you'll need to fill out a Patient Self-Evaluation. This is a checklist that reviews any health conditions that the dispensary should be aware of. And then, you will need to make an appointment to visit a Cannabis Patient Center (CPC). That is the only place that patients with a Minnesota medical card can buy cannabis products.

What Happens After Your Medical Card Evaluation?

Get Your Medical Card
Get Your Medical Card

The next step (after you get your review and recommendation from the doctor) is to apply to become a registered medical card patient in Minnesota. The annual fee for registering is $200. However, if you are receiving medical assistance support, that fee can be discounted to $50 for registration and annual renewal. Ask the doctor for more information.

Visit a Dispensary
Visit a Dispensary

Bring your medical card, and government-issued ID to the Cannabis Patient Centers. In Minnesota, patients can purchase cannabis products in Blaine, Bloomington, Burnsville, Egan, Hermantown, Hibbing, Minneapolis, Moorhead, Rochester, St. Cloud, St. Paul, Willmar, and Woodbury.

Save Money
Save Money

Right now, patients in Minnesota that have a medical card pay no taxes on medical cannabis. If Minnesota legalizes recreational cannabis, having a medical card will save patients a great deal of money. Adult-use products are subject to a state excise tax, and sometimes an additional community tax.

Get a Treatment Plan
Get a Treatment Plan

When you visit a Cannabis Patient Center, it is just like visiting a pharmacy. But how do you know what kind of cannabis products might be best to help you reach your wellness goals? When you stay with your referring physician, you can ask questions about changing symptoms or health conditions. And get expert recommendations from a doctor that knows you.

Schedule a Followup
Schedule a Followup

Some states require regular follow-up appointments throughout the year. Learn from a physician how to get the most out of your cannabis. One of the best things about sticking with the same physician who completed your health check is that as your health needs change, you can get expert medical advice.

Renew Your Card
Renew Your Card

Don’t let your medical card expire. Be sure to schedule your renewal in advance to avoid lapse in access to your medication. If you allow your Minnesota medical card to expire, you will have to apply all over again. That includes paying the physician for another medical health evaluation and your patient registration fee.

Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in 3 Easy Steps


Fill out the appointment request form. Just a few simple questions will help our providers determine if you qualify for medical marijuana in your state. Remember, if you don't have a qualifying health condition, you will not be able to apply to become a registered patient for a medical card in Minnesota. We'll get the doctor to contact YOU! Its that's easy.


If you have a chronic disease, you may be looking at medical marijuana as a new way to help manage your symptoms. There are many doctors in Minnesota that specialize in cancer care, diabetes, G.I. disorders (like Crohn's or IBS), epilepsy, and more. We'll help you find a doctor that can provide a treatment plan specifically for your health conditions.


Many states allow you to visit with a doctor online or via phone from the comfort of your own home.

Why Should You Get a Medical Card?

Access for 18-20 Year-Olds
If you are 18 years of age or older, you do not have to wait to get access to medical marijuana. Parental consent is not required. Recreational users must be 21 or older.

Increased Possession Limits
Patients are allowed to purchase, carry, and own larger quantities of marijuana than recreational users. In some states, medical card holders are allowed to grow at home.

Save Money on Medical Cannabis
Most states have massive taxes on marijuana products. Medical card holders are exempt from most of those taxes.

Greater Product Accessibility
Medical cannabis patients get access to a wider range of products. Choose from more diverse ratios of cannabinoids which can help reduce inflammation.

Cannabis Tourism
Your medical card may be accepted in many other states. This allows you to access many new products, new strains, and get your medicine while traveling.

Legal Protection of Consumption
With a medical card, your ability to purchase, store, and consume cannabis is legally protected, as long as you buy from a licensed dispensary.

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Common Qualifying Conditions for a Medical Card


If you want to get a Minnesota medical card, you must have one or more diagnosed qualifying health conditions.  The diagnosis must be recent and updated by your primary care provider (PCP) within the past twelve months.  You must provide proof and medical records that show you have been diagnosed with at least one of the chronic diseases or symptoms, in order to get your Minnesota medical marijuana card.


  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Tourette syndrome
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy
  • Severe and persistent muscle spasm, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Crohn’s disease
  • Terminal illness with a probable life expectancy of less than one year
  • Intractable pain
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Autism
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (PDF)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Chronic pain
  • Sickle cell disease (effective Aug. 2021)
  • Chronic motor or vocal tic disorder (effective Aug. 2021)

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Medical Card Frequently Asked Questions

Who is
Since 2010, we have been the leading source of medical cannabis information for patients all over the US. Hundreds of thousands of patients visit every month to find the information they need.
What Conditions Qualify for Medical Cannabis?
Qualifying health conditions vary by state. Some of the common conditions that may qualify you for a medical card are: epilepsy, cancer, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, PTSD, Crohn’s Disease, IBS / IBD, and other chronic or terminal debilitating diseases.
What Kind of Marijuana Can You Get in Minnesota?
Patients who get a Minnesota medical card can purchase cannabis in a variety of forms. That includes oral capsules, oral solutions, cannabis oils (oral drops), sublingual sprays, vaporization oils, and topical gel creams.
Where do I find a real Minnesota medical marijuana doctor?
You can find a certified medical marijuana provider right here on Check out our list of certified Minnesota marijuana doctors!
Who qualifies for a medical card in Minnesota?
Minnesota has a lot of qualifying conditions. You can read more about how to qualify for MMJ in MN.
Can I use other products with or without a MN medical card?
Most other products are legal in all 50 states. Learn more about the Minnesota law.
How do I find a licensed marijuana dispensary in Minnesota?
You can find a licensed Minnesota dispensary near you on our site! Check out our Minnesota medical marijuana dispensary directory.

Submit your information and receive a call back from a certified MMJ doctor. It’s that easy!

Whether you visit your doctor in-person or online, your information is 100% confidential. Our system is HIPAA-compliant and your data is secured.

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All practitioners on are board-certified. We verify that each provider is state-licensed and in good standing.

Medical card evaluation fees vary by provider. Our practitioners believe in providing safe and affordable access to MMJ.

Minnesota Representatives Angie Craig and Ilhan Omar are both co-sponsors of The MORE Act, which would federally decriminalize cannabis. Adult-use (recreational) cannabis was approved by a vote of 72-61 in May 2021 but died in the Senate. If you have a medical card in Minnesota, you pay no tax on cannabis products. If adult use is legalized, there will be an excise tax on products.