No, patients are protected under state privacy laws. These regulations prohibit the Board of Pharmacy and state-approved dispensaries from making any patient information available to the public. The only people able to verify a patient's information will be their designated physician or caregiver.
Where can I buy medical marijuana in Ohio?
Patients are only allowed to purchase their cannabis at state-approved dispensaries.
How much medical marijuana can I purchase in Ohio?
Patients can purchase up to a 90-day supply over a 90-day period. They can purchase a combination of oils, tinctures, plant material, edibles and patches.
Can a cardholder cultivate their own medical marijuana in Ohio?
No, only state-approved cultivators can grow cannabis for medical use. No other medical marijuana cultivation will be allowed, meaning at-home cultivation is prohibited.
How can I become a caregiver in Ohio?
To become a caregiver in Ohio, an applicant must be 21 years old or over. They can serve up to two patients at a time unless granted an exception by the state Board of Pharmacy.
I am from out of state, will Ohio honor my medical marijuana card?
Ohio does not currently offer reciprocity to out-of-state cardholders. There is a possibility for this to change in the future, as state regulations call for negotiating such exchanges with other states, but movement on the issue has not yet taken place.
Are you of legal age for recreational marijuana or hold a valid medical marijuana card?
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