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Patients in North Dakota can get their medical card. If you have one or more qualifying health conditions, you can apply to become a registered patient in ND. You will need to schedule consultations with a North Dakota medical marijuana doctor for your health evaluation.
As per NDCC 19-24.1-01 (through August 21, 2022), patients must have a bona fide relationship with the doctor or practitioner. That means more than one visit, where the physician has knowledge of the patient. Including a review of health history, current medications, and more. Getting your medical card in North Dakota takes more than one appointment by law.
Medical marijuana is legal in North Dakota for patients effective July 1, 2021. However, the North Dakota Department of Health (DOH) is still finalizing administrative rules about issuing medical cards. Patients will not be able to apply until the fall of 2021. However, you can start getting ready now!
When North Dakota medical marijuana dispensaries are open, patients will be able to get suggestions from cannabis experts. There are different strains that can help with pain relief, anxiety, insomnia, gastrointestinal upset, muscle spasms, and more.
In North Dakota, there will be a 15% sales tax on recreational (adult-use) marijuana. That is a tax that patients with a medical card won't have to pay. When you multiply those tax savings on every purchase you make of North Dakota medical marijuana, it adds up to significant savings annually!
In states that have legalized both adult-use (recreational) and medical marijuana, there is another benefit. If you have your North Dakota medical card, dispensaries are an essential service. Just like a pharmacy. So that means they won't shut down. It also means that patients with a North Dakota medical marijuana card are first priority.
The ruling on follow-up appointments is still being discussed, as part of the administrative rules in North Dakota. However, because a bona fide relationship is required between a North Dakota patient and the physician, it is expected that there will be mandatory follow-up appointments.
Getting a new medical card in North Dakota will take some time if you let your original card expire. When you do get your ND medical card, pay close attention to the expiration date. And make sure you schedule an appointment in advance with a doctor, to help you renew your North Dakota medical card on time.
Don't waste time calling around trying to find a doctor to complete your health evaluation. If you are ready to get your North Dakota medical card, we can have an available doctor contact you. You will need more than one appointment to complete your medical card application per North Dakota law.
Connect with a provider whose specialty is relevant to your stated qualifying condition(s). For example, if you struggle with chronic pain, you may want to see a pain specialist. Patients living with diabetes may want to see an endocrinologist that has therapeutic knowledge of medical marijuana in North Dakota. We can help.
When you see your North Dakota marijuana doctor, you will be able to ask any questions you may have about managing your symptoms. You will need to have a bona fide doctor-patient relationship with the physician that provides your medical card health evaluation in North Dakota.
The North Dakota medical cannabis program allows patients with one or more of the following chronic health conditions to apply for a medical card:
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