Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma

Medical Marijuana in OklahomaMedical Marijuana in Oklahoma

Are you looking to get your medical marijuana prescription in Oklahoma? The talented team of doctors that work with CalmEffect are here to help guide you through every single step of the process.

Keep reading to learn the CalmEffect difference and how to get your medical card in OK.

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Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

Oklahoma - Qualifying Conditions:

Medical Marijuana Conditions for Oklahoma are as follows (Updated February 6, 2020):

The decision to recommend cannabis therapy is up to the discretion of the treating physician. There are NO qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Oklahoma, all you need is a certified physician’s recommendation.

Medical Marijuana Conditions for Oklahoma - Physician Requirements

(a) Any Physician, before making a recommendation for medical marijuana under these provisions, shall be in "good standing" with their licensure board. Physicians in residency or other graduate medical training do not meet the definition of Physician under this Subchapter and any recommendation for a patient medical marijuana license will be rejected by the Department.

(b) When recommending a medical marijuana license, a physician shall use the accepted standards a reasonable and prudent physician would follow when recommending any medication to a patient.

(c) A physician shall not be located at the same physical address as a dispensary.

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Medical cannabis can be used for many different symptoms and patients can often get a bit confused by the process. Let our talented staff help you.

Simple 3 Step Process

Want to get your medical cannabis prescription quickly and efficiently? Our 3 step process allows you to get in contact with a doctor near you fast.

Am I Eligible?

If you are in a medical marijuana state, and suffer from a condition that can be treated with cannabis, inquire about a medical marijuana doctor consultation today!

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Connect with MMJ Doctors in Oklahoma

With a growing roster of Doctors who can prescribe cannabis all over OK, Calm Effect is ready to help. Learn how you can get your medical card in Oklahoma by filling out the form on this page.

Our 3-Step Doctor Process Works

By following these steps, if your doctor recommends medical marijuana as a solution for your condition and unique symptoms, you'll be eligible for a Oklahoma medical marijuana card with access to our growing roster of dispensaries across the entire state. Mail-order and walk ins are available.

If you are ready to start your journey with Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma, we are here to help you.

Where to Buy Marijuana in Oklahoma

Visit our Marijuana Dispensary Locations Page for Oklahoma to find out where you can access your meds.

How Much Medical Marijuana Can I Have in Oklahoma?

Patient Possession Limitations - Those possessing a state-issued license may possess the following:

  • Up to eight ounces of marijuana in their residence; up to one ounce of concentrated marijuana
  • Up to 72 ounces of edible marijuana
  • Up to six mature marijuana plants
  • Up to six seedling plants
  • Up to three ounces of marijuana on their person.

Getting an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card

How to Apply in Oklahoma:

Step 1). Start the Application

  • Go to state’s official medical marijuana platform
  • Provide full name and date of birth
  • Provide permanent mailing address
  • Current physician information
  • Patient signature dated within 30 days of the application date


Step 2). Find a Dr and Schedule an Appointment

  • To be clear, not all Oklahoma doctors are required to participate in the medical marijuana program. If your current doctor has chosen not to recommend medical marijuana for his or her patients, you will need to locate another doctor in the state who does.
  • Basically, the process is as simple as downloading the Physician Recommendation Form, bringing it into your doctor’s appointment, and then having the doctor’s office scan it into the computer so you can submit it along with your online application.
  • It is important to know that all physician recommendation forms must be submitted within 30 days of submitting your application


Step 3).  Gather and Submit All Other Necessary Documents

  • Proof of Oklahoma residency
  • Proof of identity
  • A full-face digital photograph

Pay the Application Fee and Submit Your Completed Application

  • Once you have completed the online application, submitted the Physician Recommendation Form, and submitted all other necessary documentation, you then must pay the online application fee and submit your application for review by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA).

How much does it cost to get an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card?

Application fees are as follows:

  • Standard application fees are $100
  • Reduced-fee applications are available for $20 for those who qualify (and can provide proof of enrollment in) Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare.
  • *[All application fees MUST be paid with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit card. If you do not have a credit or debit card, you must find a retail store that offers pre-paid Visa or MasterCards and purchase one there].
  • **Also, be advised that these fees DO NOT include physician consultation fees that will be necessary to receive your Physician Recommendation Form.
  • Once the application and fees have been submitted in their entirety, the application will be reviewed for approval by OMMA. If everything is in order and you are approved for medical marijuana, you will receive an approval letter in the mail within 14 days of the application submission, along with your valid MMJ card that allows you to buy medical marijuana in Oklahoma dispensaries.
Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Senate Approved a Bill to Protect the Gun Rights of Medical Cannabis Patients.

The Oklahoma Senate on Wednesday voted in favor of a bill that would protect the Second Amendment rights of medical marijuana cardholders.

Current law in Oklahoma precludes people from being eligible for a handgun license if they have any violation relating to illegal drug use or possession. According to a news release, Senate Bill 959, which was authored by Sen. Nathan Dahm, would clarify that "this prohibition does not apply for applicants or licensees in possession of a medical marijuana card."

The bill would make it illegal, however, for a person to carry or use a gun while under the influence of medical marijuana.


Stay Updated with CalmEffect, Oklahoma!

11/9/20 - The Muscogee (Creek) Nation, located in Oklahoma, passed legislation allowing medical cannabis within reservation boundaries.

11/5/20 - Oklahoma regulators sent an alert about a recall of medical cannabis products that failed testing.

Also, The Tulsa, Oklahoma City Council is considering allowing drive-thru service at medical cannabis dispensaries.

10/20/20 - Oklahoma regulators touted the fact that the state Department of Education has received enough medical cannabis revenue to pay the salaries of 794 teachers.

9/30/20 - The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that the summary for a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure is misleading.

9/21/20 - Oklahoma regulators awarded the state's medical cannabis tracking contact to Metrc.

9/14/20 - New Oklahoma medical cannabis rules took effect

9/8/20 - Oklahoma regulators reported medical cannabis tax revenue totals for July.

9/7/20 - Oklahoma activists gave an update on efforts to collect signatures for a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure.

8/26/20 - Oklahoma regulators are investigating a medical cannabis testing lab over allegations it falsified results.

8/11/20 - Oklahoma brought in more than $12 million in medical cannabis tax revenue in July.

8/10/20 - Oklahoma has a new top medical cannabis regulator.

8/6/20 - Oklahoma regulators launched an online dashboard to track medical cannabis revenue.

8/5/20 - Oklahoma regulators released an updated list of licensed medical cannabis testing labs. 

7/22/20 - Oklahoma regulators shut down and fined a medical cannabis business due to the presence of pesticides in its products.

7/14/20 - Oklahoma regulators published a video on how medical cannabis patient cards can be renewed.

7/8/20 - Oklahoma regulators are ready to begin enforcing a requirement that medical cannabis products sold by processors and growers be tested by a licensed laboratory.

6/25/20 - The Oklahoma Supreme Court cleared a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure for signature gathering. Meanwhile, a judge is being asked in a separate case to block residency and location regulations that could force some existing medical cannabis businesses to close.

6/22/20 - Oklahoma regulators extended a recall for medical cannabis products processed by Moon Mix, LLC.

6/11/20 - The office of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) outlined plans to address medical cannabis reforms that were part of a bill he vetoed.

5/25/20 - Oklahoma lawmakers declined to override Gov. Kevin Stitt’s (R) veto of a bill that would have authorized medical marijuana delivery services and allowed out-of-state patients to register with the program. The bill passed earlier this month with huge margins. 

5/18/20 - Oklahoma regulators issued a recall of medical cannabis products that failed safety testing.

5/6/20 - Oklahoma collected nearly $9.8 million is medical cannabis sales tax revenue in April, a new monthly record.

4/24/20 - Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) said he doesn't think legalizing recreational marijuana would generate more tax revenue since the state's medical cannabis system is already so accessible.

4/2/20 - Oklahoma regulators sent a warning about illegal medical cannabis delivery offers.

4/1/20 - An Oklahoma representative said he plans to file a marijuana legalization bill. 

3/31/20 - A leader of an Oklahoma campaign currently awaiting state Supreme Court approval to begin collecting signatures for a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure said it would be "really difficult, if not impossible, to imagine a scenario in which an initiative petition campaign could responsibly and feasibly collect the signatures necessary" amid the coronavirus outbreak.

3/30/20 - Oklahoma regulators said medical cannabis dispensaries can offer curbside pickup during the coronavirus pandemic.

3/25/20 - Oklahoma regulators said that medical cannabis businesses are essential and exempt from Gov. Kevin Stitt's (R) stay-at-home order issued amid the coronavirus outbreak.

3/13/20 - Oklahoma regulators released an updated list of licensed medical cannabis dispensaries. 

3/11/20 - The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved a bill to allow medical cannabis home delivery. Meanwhile, the Senate passed legislation to redirect some medical marijuana tax revenue toward schools.

3/10/20 - Here's a look at pending Oklahoma medical cannabis reform legislation.

3/4/20 - The Oklahoma Senate approved a bill to clarify localities’ authority to regulate smoking and vaping medical cannabis in public places.

2/12/20 - One of two competing Oklahoma proposed marijuana legalization ballot measures has been cleared for signature gathering.

1/17/20 - Oklahoma lawmakers have filed several bills to enact medical cannabis restrictions.

1/6/20 - Oklahoma activists filed a proposed ballot measure to protect medical cannabis patients' employment rights.

12/30/19 - Oklahoma activists filed a new version of a proposed 2020 marijuana legalization ballot measure days after withdrawing an initial version that the medical cannabis community had expressed concerns over. A different activist also filed a separate legal marijuana proposal that doesn't include an age limit for use. 

12/27/19 - Oklahoma activists withdrew a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure and plan to file a redrafted version addressing concerns raised by medical cannabis advocates

12/23/19 - A second group of Oklahoma activists are filing a proposed recreational marijuana legalization ballot measure.

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Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is widely known for its “cowboy” culture and western heritage.  There is also no shortage of entertainment in Oklahoma, as it is home to the famous Bricktown District, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Myriad Botanical Gardens & Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, and so much more. If you’re a sports fan, Oklahoma has a plethora to offer in that department, as it is home to the professional basketball team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the legendary college football team, the Oklahoma Sooners. Oklahoma is also home to some of the most mouthwatering food in the country, including Oklahoma style barbeque, signature fried onion burgers, and classic chicken fried steak to name a few.

How do I get a medical marijuana prescription in Oklahoma?

Patients are required to be eighteen years or older; if a patient falls under the category of being a minor, a parent or legal guardian is required for authorization. The state of Oklahoma does not have a law that includes a list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. In Oklahoma, doctors are able to recommend medical marijuana licenses using their judgment, just like they would do for any other form of prescription. This law leaves it up to the discretion of any state registered physician to recommend medical cannabis for patients in Oklahoma.

How do I get my medical cannabis card in Oklahoma?

Patients are required to provide proof of residency and proof of identity and must have been evaluated by a qualified physician who has recommended medical marijuana as a viable treatment option. After receiving a recommendation for medical marijuana by a certified physician, the patient must then register with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) and submit their application for their medical marijuana card. There is a $100 fee that can be paid via credit or debit card; all applications are submitted online.

Where can I purchase medical marijuana in Oklahoma?

Once you have obtained your certification for medical marijuana, patients in Oklahoma can then visit any medical cannabis dispensary in order to purchase medicine. Patients are also permitted to purchase seeds from licensed dispensaries and grow their own at home; patients are allowed up to six plants.

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Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Doctors: Our Service Areas

Our roster of Medical Cannabis Doctors are ready to serve you in these areas and more. Once connecting with a Doctor through Calm Effect, you will have access to our roster of medical marijuana dispensary locations.


  • Norman
  • Tulsa
  • Stillwater


  • Oklahoma City
  • Broken Arrow
  • Lawton

Our informed Advisors can connect you with a Doctor and the Medical Marijuana Dispensary closest to you. Go Natural with Alternative Natural Medicine.

December 23, 2019

Renewed Effort to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in OK Launched Today

A second group will file a constitutional amendment with the secretary of state's office to legalize recreational marijuana.  It's unclear what it will do for hundreds of new businesses, but we do know some medical marijuana advocates have expressed concern about recreational. Cannabis Party Oklahoma is holding a news conference today at 4:20 pm Monday, at the state capitol. Among the amendments the group wants to the state constitution: The release of everyone in jail for cannabis possession and reparations for them. This is a separate petition from State Question 806, which was filed two weeks ago, that would allow recreational marijuana, along with a 15 percent excise tax.  SOURCE

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