How to Get Your
Medical Marijuana Certification

Certify for Medical Marijuana in Texas

To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Texas, you need a valid certification from a registered provider.

With our telemedicine portal, it has never been easier to qualify for your medical card. Simply make a convenient appointment to meet with one of our licensed Texas medical marijuana doctors online. 

At the end of your virtual visit, your provider will call into the dispensary of your choice to ensure that you’re properly added to the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT), which will get you dispensary acces. 

Patient evaluations start at $99. Included in your appointment you’ll receive life-time marijuana support. Best of all…

 Get approved or your money back!


Step 1 : Get Ready

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Ready to Talk to a Doctor?

Step 2 : Meet Your Doctor

  • Login to wifi or using your phone’s cellular connection to your appointment on our HIPAA-safe platform
  • Discuss your health issues with a doctor registered in Texas
  • Learn about medical marijuana treatment
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Step 3 : Get Registered with the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT)

  • After your appointment, your doctor will complete some administrative tasks and add you to the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT)
  • This process takes 2-3 weeks

Step 4: Visit a Dispensary


  • In Texas, there’s no physical card. Once you’re registered with the state, you are able to go to a dispensary. 
  • The best way to verify your registration is to call a dispensary a few weeks after being registered by a doctor
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Benefits of Getting a Texas Medical Marijuana Card

  • It is the only legal way to use marijuana in Texas
  • Job security for marijuana users
  • Improved access to marijuana products. Order online, and cut the line
  • Grow your own medication
List of Reasons to Get a Medical Marijuana Card

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  • A valid government-issued ID
  • Age over 18
  • A Virginia address (required for paperwork)
  • Valid certification from a registered provider for marijuana use (that’s what we give you!)
  • A phone or electronic device for your telemedicine appointment

It’s just $125 for a New Patient Medical Marijuana evaluation! 

You’ll also receive lifetime marijuana-related support from us. If you’re a newer patient, it’s a great opportunity to follow up with a knowledgeable provider. 

If you’re renewing, we charge $99 for renewal appointments in Texas. 

If you have proof of limited income (such as SNAP, Medicaid, or unemployment benefits, let us know! Email us at and we’ll try to work with you on the price. 


In Texas, a wide range of conditions may qualify a patient for marijuana treatment, including:

  • A seizure disorder (e.g. Epilepsy)
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease
  • An incurable neurodegenerative disease
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Spasticity, such as that caused by conditions like Parkinson’s Disease
  • In Texas, there’s no physical card. You’re added to a registry and in two or three weeks after your appointment, you’ll be able to head to a dispensary

No- you can’t cross state lines or travel with marijuana products. Being a medical patient doesn’t change that!

Even as a medical patient, it’s still illegal to grow marijuana plants in Texas

Texas does not currently have an official MMJ Caregiver program. However, minors can qualify for medical cannabis, and a parent or guardian must be listed on their initial application.

Minors suffering from terminal or chronic conditions like cancer, epilepsy or any other long-term neurological condition that affects quality of life, and some kinds of autism may qualify a minor for an MMJ card.

About Medical Marijuana in Texas

Texas’ medical marijuana program has an unusual setup. Rather than recommending medical cannabis, Texas doctors prescribe it. But the types of cannabis products available are very limited. No smokable or vaporized forms are allowed.

The rules simply prohibit smoking or vaping, but due to the limited nature of the program, you won’t typically find topicals, transdermal patches, suppositories, or other forms that are found in states with more advance programs even though they’re technically allowed.  

The state’s three licensed dispensaries typically have one or two chocolates, a couple selections of infused drinks, gummies with varying levels of THC and CBD, oils and tinctures.

Contrary to popular belief, THC-only cannabis with no CBD is available in Texas. Texas’s law limits the amount of THC in cannabis products by weight rather than in comparison to the CBD content. These THC-only products are designated by their 0:1 ratio. 

At dispensaries, you’ll commonly find ratios of:

  • 0:1, consisting of THC with no CBD, and typically containing 10 to 20 mg per dose,
  • 1:1, which contain the same amount of CBD and THC and is mildly psychoactive, 
  • 2:1, which contain twice as much CBD as THC and is considered very mildly psychoactive,
  • 20:1, which contain mostly CBD and are considered non-psychoactive
  • And occasional ratios in between.

Efforts are currently underway to expand Texas’ medical marijuana program even more, but legislators are running into stiff opposition in the state Senate. Public pressure from interested voters and stakeholders is slowly pushing legislators toward more progressive program policies. 

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