Short-Term (In-State) Licenses – Oklahoma residents are eligible for a short-term medical marijuana adult patient license with identification, residence, and a written recommendation from a licensed physician. Residents under the age of 18 who are seeking for a temporary in-state license must have a second physician sign the application.
Additionally, their parent or legal guardian must submit confirmation of identification, proof of domicile, an approved photograph, and sign the application. A license for a minor patient on a temporary basis is subject to the same restrictions. The short-term permits are for patients whose need for medicinal marijuana or medical marijuana products is less than two years.
Temporary state licenses are valid for sixty days. Patients who require a designated caregiver must ensure that the physician signing the Physician Authorization Form completes the certification section. In addition to their carer, kids must also sign.
The nonrefundable patient license application price is $100 plus a $4.30 credit card processing charge, or $20 plus a $2.50 credit card processing fee for those with documentation of Medicaid enrollment () or, or status as a 100% handicapped veteran. Family members or aides who routinely care for a medicinal marijuana patient for whom they are applying as a caregiver are eligible for caregiver licenses.
It permits the caregiver to purchase, transport, possess, and administer medicinal marijuana or medical marijuana-infused goods to patients with a valid license. Each licensed caregiver is permitted to serve as the designated caregiver for a maximum of five licensed patients.
- Patients who are adults may only have one designated licensed caregiver.
- Minor patients with a valid license may have up to two selected licensed carers.
- The designated patient(s) of a caregiver must have a completed (or), including the portion where a physician verifies the need for a carer.
- To create the caregiver-patient connection, both parties must sign a completed document.
The duration of a caregiver’s license is limited to two years from the expiration date of the linked licensed patient(s). The application is free. Applicants for the position of caregiver must present proof of identification, proof of domicile, and an.
Residents of Oklahoma under the age of 17 are eligible for a medical marijuana minor patient license with identification, residence, and the signatures of two competent physicians. Additionally, the parent or legal guardian of the child must submit evidence of identification, proof of domicile, an approved photo, and sign the application.
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On the license, the parent or guardian’s name will appear and they will be permitted to purchase medicinal marijuana or medical marijuana products for the underage patient. Patients under the age of 18 may not access dispensaries without a parent or legal guardian’s permission.
- Unless both recommending physicians agree that it is medically required, minor patients are not permitted to smoke or vape medicinal marijuana or medical marijuana products.
- They are permitted to use nebulizers and other aerosol medical equipment.
- Minor patient licenses are good for two years or until the patient’s 18th birthday plus 30 days, whichever comes first.
Patients who seek a license after attaining maturity should begin the application procedure when they turn 18 years old. Patients who require a designated caregiver must ensure that the physician signing the Physician Authorization Form completes the certification section.
Can a person of age 18 enter a dispensary in Oklahoma?
Are there daily limitations on medicinal marijuana purchases? A dispensary cannot sell more than three ounces of useable cannabis, one ounce of marijuana concentrate, and seventy-two ounces of medical marijuana goods in a single transaction. All of these adhere to possession limitations for patients.