HOW TO GET YOUR OHIO MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD
VISIT THE OHIO HERBAL CLINIC TO GET YOUR OHIO MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD IN COLUMBUS
Take a look at the ”Qualifying Conditions” page on this website which lists the qualifying medical conditions. We do provide PTSD assessments. Otherwise, for all other qualifying conditions you will need to have been diagnosed PRIOR to coming to our clinic. We will need those medical records. If you have your medical records please bring them with you to your appointment. If you have access to a MY Chart service that many of the local hospitals provide, please print off your health summary and any relevant test results (e.g. MRI reports, lab reports, etc) and bring the printed records with you. It will not be helpful for you to show us MY Chart on your phone without having printed off the records. If you don’t bring records, we will have you sign a release form and request the records from the diagnosing doctor on your behalf.
All of our appointments are scheduled online from this website. If you call to try to schedule an appointment, the message will direct you online to schedule. If you drop by our office without a scheduled appointment, we will direct you online to schedule. The only way to get an appointment is to schedule it online.
We DO NOT accept cash, personal checks, or insurance. All payments are made online using credit/debit card.
The Ohio Herbal Clinic is the premier clinic to obtain your medical marijuana card in Columbus. As mentioned above, providing medical records confirming your diagnosis or signing a release form to request your medical records will be required. Once you’ve been evaluated and deemed an appropriate medical marijuana patient, you will be registered online in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Patient Registry. You will receive an email from the Registry to complete your registration. Before clicking on the active link in that email, please make sure you are prepared to pay the state $50 ($25 for disabled or veteran) and that you are at a computer with a working printer. If you click on the active link and decide not to complete your registration at that time, the link may time out and deactivate. You will then need to email the state Medical Marijuana Program at MMCPregistry@pharmacy.ohio.gov to have the email re-sent
The first Ohio dispensaries opened in January 2019. There are now 48 licensed dispensaries across the state, 4 of which are located in Columbus. You can gain access to dispensaries in Columbus and throughout Ohio with the medical card and an Ohio state ID/driver’s license.