Welcome to Our FAQ Section

We aim to address all your queries and concerns regarding the online application process for a Medical Marijuana Card. Whether you’re a first-time applicant or need clarity on specific aspects of the process, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions to guide you.

Online Medi Cards is completely authentic because it uses a HIPAA-secured telemedicine website and real doctors. We provide MMJ assessments through telemedicine, a legal way for people to get medical advice from the comfort of their homes. Because this technology is legal and we have state-licensed medical specialists on staff to help you, it is safe to seek your medical advice from us.

Within 24 hours, a PDF of your recommendation will be sent to the email address you provided.

To all of our patients, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee. If our doctor deems that you are ineligible or if you do not receive a referral for any reason, we will issue you a complete refund. You may chat with us in either situation. Please explain your issue to one of our customer service specialists and we will try our best to find a solution that works for you, whether it be rescheduling your consultation or providing a full refund.

Every significant credit and debit card is accepted by Online Medi Cards. We’ll also give you a 100% refund in your source account if you don’t meet the requirements. Cash payments or insurance coverage are not accepted.

Simply said, “YES”. Online Medi Cards is a safe telemedicine platform with state-licensed physicians on staff. We will uphold the HIPAA Act and maintain the privacy of all of your information.

Yes, we keep all of the information you provided private. Copies of your medical records are given directly to a marijuana doctor. No third party is permitted to access patient data or medical records without the patient’s consent. Additionally, the rigorous patient-doctor confidentiality is upheld by our doctors. As a result, you can be confident that you will always have a safe experience.

Anyone over the age of 18 may receive a medical cannabis card. For minors, there are extra requirements. They are allowed to get one as long as a parent, caregiver, or legal guardian is keeping an eye on them.

Medical Cannabis Recommendation FAQ's

Medical Cannabis Recommendations can often involve a range of considerations – from legal aspects and qualifying conditions to the application process and the role of healthcare professionals. Our aim here is to offer you a thorough understanding of these elements and to clarify any doubts you might have.

The legality of your medical card will be determined by your state’s cannabis laws. By comparing the date on your state-issued identification card to the expiration date, you can submit an application for a medical card renewal with us 30 days before it does. You can read about the steps here if you don’t know how to renew a medical card in California.

You can renew your medical marijuana card at Online medi Cards for a price beginning at $39.99.

The cost of renewal varies by state.

We’ll review your prior data if you are one of our returning patients and hasten the evaluation process. The procedure will remain the same, and the doctor will check to see if everything is progressing as planned by asking you some follow-up questions. We will honor this renewal price even if you are renewing from a different doctor.

No, at the moment, insurance does not cover consultations at Online Medi Cards. To learn additional information, you may always bring up the matter with your insurance provider.

There is a limit on marijuana purchases in each state. In California, medical marijuana patients are allowed to purchase up to eight ounces of marijuana, but recreational users are only allowed to buy one ounce. The purchase cap will vary depending on the state. In order to legally use marijuana for medical purposes and to obtain extra marijuana, consult a doctor about your eligibility for a medical cannabis card. You can benefit from unique benefits like a higher buying limit by doing this.

You can legally possess more marijuana if you have a medical marijuana card, as long as the quantity you have in your possession is less than the state’s maximum permissible amount.

Most states allow recreational marijuana users to possess up to one ounce of the drug. In states without defined laws for recreational use, carrying marijuana might be seen as a felony.

The carrying and possession restrictions are more stringent for medical marijuana users. Additionally, they are shielded from legal consequences when in possession of cannabis as long as they have a legitimate prescription from a doctor.

It is unlawful to transfer cannabis over state lines. However, if you are a non-resident medical marijuana patient visiting a state with a specialized medical marijuana reciprocity program, you could be allowed to purchase and possess marijuana with your MMJ card.

You must be familiar with the reciprocity rules and medical marijuana laws of the other state to prevent any legal problems.

You only need to show your medical marijuana recommendation to check out at a dispensary. Many dispensaries in counties like Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Orange, and others have medical cannabis easily available.

A recommendation is a written statement from your doctor endorsing the use of cannabis to treat a certain illness. With merely a cannabis recommendation, you can get marijuana in several states. For states that need patients register under the state program, obtaining an MMIC is essential.

The terms “Cannabis Cards” and “Recommendations” are commonly used interchangeably. The only distinction between the two is that the former has a doctor’s approval while the latter has the appropriate authorities’ approval.