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Missouri Marijuana Medical Card Requirements

Oct 26

What's a Missouri Medical Marijuana Card? How does it work?

After you are officially registered as a Missouri patient for medicinal cannabis, you'll be issued a Missouri medical card (also known as the patient ID card). The Department of Health and Senior Services will issue you a Missouri medical marijuana card. Once you have your card, all legal rights under Missouri's medical cannabis laws will be yours. 420ID is one of the best medical marijuana card makers.

This allows you to enter Missouri dispensaries.

It will be exactly the same as any ID card you have. It will contain your unique patient identification number, photo, address, and phone number.

Effective Treatment

It's highly recommended that you start your medical cannabis treatment with a qualified physician. These doctors have also taken courses in medical cannabis education to stay current on the therapeutic uses and benefits of cannabis.


Missouri dispensaries can sell medical marijuana. Patients who have a cultivation license are permitted to grow their own cannabis products. This is a low-risk and highly effective treatment option that can treat qualifying conditions.

Missouri residents can buy medical marijuana by showing their Missouri medical marijuana card

Patient Product Confidence

Missouri licensees have access to a wide variety of products.


Missouri residents must show that they are primarily located in Missouri. Adoptive children under 18 years old must sign a written consent.


Additional qualifying requirements: If you have any of the following conditions, you may be eligible for medical cannabis.

1. Mind disorders such as ADD/ADHD, Depression, and other mental disorders.

2. Cancer

3. Diverticulitis refers to a condition that affects your digestive system.

4. Glaucoma

5. 5.

6. Insomnia

7. Migraines

8. Muscle spasms may be caused by multiple Sclerosis (SMS), Parkinson’s disease, or Tourette's.

9. Huntington's Disease and Hepatitis B are other chronic conditions.


A doctor will require medical documentation to support a patient's decision about medical marijuana.

  • Record of doctor's visit

  • Hospital discharge summaries

  • Referrals to your chiropractor or other medical professionals.

  • You can get your prescription history and current medication printed at your local pharmacy

  • Documentation proving you are eligible to use medical marijuana in another country