Currently, there are no specific qualifying medical conditions for medical cannabis treatment in the State of Oklahoma.
According to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, there are no qualifying medical conditions for applying for the state’s medical marijuana license. Any state-licensed physician practicing in Oklahoma can determine which condition qualifies their patient for medical marijuana treatment.
No. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act makes no provision for qualifying medical conditions. Therefore, there is no way to add a new qualifying condition.
There are no qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Oklahoma. The state allows licensed and practicing physicians to recommend medical cannabis for conditions they deem debilitating.
In Oklahoma, only state-licensed physicians can examine patients, determine if their conditions are eligible, and recommend medical cannabis. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) requires licensed physicians to recommend medical cannabis to patients according to the standard of care required in the state. Only state-licensed Doctors of Medicine, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, and Doctors of Podiatric Medicine, in good standing with their medical boards, can recommend marijuana for patients in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma issues medical marijuana patient licenses to both residents and visitors. Residents need to provide marijuana recommendations from their physicians in their applications. Minors need recommendations from two physicians as well as consent from their parents or legal guardians.
Adults and minors who are visiting Oklahoma from states that also issue medical marijuana cards do not require recommendations from Oklahoma physicians to apply for the state’s medical cannabis license. However, they are required to provide:
An Oklahoma out-of-state medical marijuana license is valid for only 30 days.