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Telemedicine is now available for patients living in West Virginia. If you want to get your WV medical card, you will need to complete a health evaluation. If the physician agrees that cannabis could provide a medicinal benefit for you, you can get your certification letter, and become a registered patient in the WV MMJ program.

Fast Approval in West Virginia

Did you know that most medical card health evaluations take less than thirty minutes? The doctor will ask you to provide additional information including health history, current symptoms, and medications to review before your appointment. With telemedicine, you don't even have to leave your house to apply for your West Virginia medical card!

Visiting a Dispensary in West Virginia

Patients can only purchase medical marijuana from West Virginia dispensaries that are licensed by the Bureau of Health. Patients with a West Virginia medical card are allowed to purchase up to a thirty (30) day supply of medical marijuana. Home delivery of medical cannabis products may also be available, depending on where you live.

What Happens After Your Medical Card Evaluation?

Get Your West Virginia Medical Card

When it comes to issuing a medical marijuana card, West Virginia takes a little more time. The Office of Medical Cannabis in West Virginia states that it can take up to thirty (30) days to be notified regarding acceptance into the medical cannabis program. You will get an email to let you know you have been approved.

Visit a Dispensary

When you do get your West Virginia medical card, you will be able to visit a local dispensary. It's a good idea to schedule an appointment for your first trip to a new dispensary. That will allow the budtender to sit with you, and create your patient profile. You can also ask questions about different strains of cannabis for your wellness goals.

Save Money

There are no plans right now to make adult use legal in West Virginia. But if you have a medical card, not only will you be able to purchase cannabis from a certified dispensary, but you can participate in special offers. There are discounts offered at many dispensaries weekly.

Get Priority Access

When you have a West Virginia medical card, your access to medicinal cannabis is a priority. What that means is that dispensaries are required to maintain certain inventory levels, to make sure that patients have enough medical marijuana for their needs.

Schedule a Followup

Currently, in West Virginia, patients are not legally required to schedule a medical card follow-up appointment with a doctor. However, scheduling regular visits with the physician who referred you to the West Virginia medical marijuana program can help you get the advice you need.

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.

Get Your West Virginia Medical Marijuana Card in 3 Easy Steps

SUBMIT YOUR INFO

There is a limited time to get your West Virginia medical card, and qualify for an extended license period. You may be able to get a medical card that doesn't expire for two (2) years! Fill out the form and we'll connect you to a local doctors for your medical marijuana card health evaluation.

TALK TO A DOCTOR IN WEST VIRGINIA

When you create a bona fide relationship with the marijuana doctor that provided your certification, it helps! The doctor can help you track changing conditions or symptoms. Watch out for new diagnosable problems and provide therapeutic suggestions for you to consider.

SEE A DOCTOR

Telemedicine is allowed in West Virginia! That means the certifying doctor can schedule a private, online appointment with you to complete your medical card application. That means you don't have to go into a doctor's office to apply for your medical marijuana card in West Virginia.

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 such as CBD, CBG, and CBN, 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.

Over 600,000 Medical Cards Provided

Common Qualifying Conditions for a Medical Card

Under Senate Bill 386, the West Virginia Medical Cannabis Act, the following health conditions may qualify a patient for medical marijuana.  The patient must have a formal recent diagnosis of one or more of the following health conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with an objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity
  • Epilepsy
  • Neuropathies
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Intractable seizures
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain
  • Terminal illness that is defined as a medical prognosis of life expectancy of approximately one year or less if the illness runs its normal course

If your health condition is not already listed as a qualifying condition, you can appeal it.  You may still qualify for a West Virginia medical card.  You can visit the website of the Office of Medical Cannabis, download, and submit the “Application to Request that an Additional Medical Condition Qualify for Medical Cannabis Usage in West Virginia” form.

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Medical Card Frequently Asked Questions

Who is MarijuanaDoctors.com?
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.
How Long Is a West Virginia Medical Card Good For?
The government of West Virginia has a special opportunity for patients. If you register for your medical card early, you will get an extension on the renewal date. Register by September 30, 2021 and your card will be good for two years. That includes an extension of one year. But, if you register after October 1, 2021, your card is only good for 1 year total.
Where do I find a real West Virginia medical marijuana doctor?
You can find a certified medical marijuana provider right here on MarijuanaDoctors.com. Check out our list of certified West Virginia marijuana doctors!
Who qualifies for a medical card in West Virginia?
West Virginia has a lot of qualifying conditions. You can read more about how to qualify for MMJ in WV.
Can I use other products with or without a WV medical card?
Most other products are legal in all 50 states. Learn more about the West Virginia law.
How do I find a licensed marijuana dispensary in West Virginia?
You can find a licensed West Virginia dispensary near you on our site! Check out our West Virginia medical marijuana dispensary directory.

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

If you need a medical card in West Virginia, but you are experiencing financial hardship, you can request a discount on your patient registration fees. You can visit the West Virginia Office of Medical Marijuana website and file a waiver of the fee, based on financial hardship (which is income below 200% of the federal poverty level). You will be required to provide proof of income like a W-2, pay stubs, benefit eligibility, and other documentation to get a waiver or discount on the patient registration fee.