How to Get Your
Medical Marijuana Card
Certify for Medical Marijuana in West Virginia
To qualify for a medical marijuana card in West Virginia, 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 Virginia medical marijuana doctors online. Login for your appointment and get access to a dispensary on the same day!
At the end of your virtual visit, you get a medical provider’s certification that will allow you to purchase medical marijuana.
Appointments start at $95. Included in your appointment you’ll receive life-time marijuana support. Best of all…
Get approved or your money back!
FOUR EASY STEPS TO GET YOUR WEST VIRGINIA MEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATION
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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 provider registered with the medical program in Virginia
- Learn about medical marijuana treatment
Step 3 : Receive Your Certification
- After your appointment, you’ll be emailed a pdf and some information!
- Review your certification and let us know if any changes need to be made. We will work with you to make sure the job is done correctly.
Step 4: Complete the Process
- After your appointment, you will complete your application with the state. There website is here!
- Once approved, you can download a digital copy of your card from the state website. The approval process typically takes a few days.
Schedule a West Virginia Medical Marijuana Appointment Now!
Benefits of Getting a West Virginia Medical Marijuana Card
- It’s the only legal way to use marijuana in West Virginia
- Improved access to marijuana products. Order online, and cut the line
- Job security
- 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 $105 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 $95 for renewal appointments in West Virginia.
If you have proof of limited income (such as SNAP, Medicaid, or unemployment benefits, let us know! Email us at email@example.com) and we’ll try to work with you on the price.
There is a $50 charge when you apply to the state of West Virginia after your appointment.
In West Virginia, a wide range of medical conditions may qualify a patient for marijuana treatment, including:
- Chronic Pain
- Eating Disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia, Obesity)
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscle Spasms
- Palliative Care
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- You will typically receive your written certification from your West Virginia doctor within 1 business day.
- You’ll apply online through the state to receive your medical card, and this process can take 30 days.
No- you can’t cross state lines or travel with marijuana products. Being a medical patient doesn’t change that!
At the moment, growing marijuana is still illegal in West Virginia, even for medical patients
Yes, medical marijuana patients in West Virginia can have a caregiver. There are three types of caregivers:
- Designated by a patient or, if the patient is under 18 years of age, an individual that is a parent or legal guardian of the patient, or
- An individual designated by a patient or legal guardian, or
- An appropriate individual approved by the Bureau upon sufficient showing that no parent or legal guardian is appropriate or available.
There is a caregiver form which must be filled out and notarized. It is then submitted alongside the patient’s application form. A patient can have 2 caregivers. Caregivers must be 21 years old. Caregivers must not have been convicted a drug felonies within the past 5 years.