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frequently asked questions

about the OMMCP

Yes, thanks to the passing of House Bill 523, on September 8, 2016 medical marijuana became legal in Ohio for people with specific medical conditions.

The following qualifying medical conditions are currently approved for medical marijuana when recommended by a certified Ohio physician:

AIDS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, Crohn’s Disease, Chronic and Severe Pain or Intractable, Epilepsy or another Seizure Disorder, Fibromyalgia, Glaucoma, Hepatitis C, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, HIV Positive, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Sickle Cell Anemia, Spinal Cord Disease or Injury, Tourette’s Syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, Ulcerative Colitis

For more information visit our Ohio medical marijuana list of conditions page.

To get a medical marijuana card in Ohio, prospective patients must take 4 simple steps that include getting the required documents, written recommendation, registering with the state board of pharmacy and paying the application fee.

Visit our How to get a medical marijuana card in Ohio page for a complete breakdown and up-to-date information

To qualify for medical marijuana treatment, you must receive a written recommendation from a certified Ohio licensed physician

Download the current list of certified physicians here

Yes, a minor may be eligible for medical marijuana treatment if their certified Ohio licensed physician recommends the treatment, and the minor has parental consent

The State of Ohio currently recognizes the use of flower, edibles, oils, tinctures and transdermal patches as the currently approved forms of medical marijuana. Smoking and/ or other forms of combustible medical marijuana are prohibited.

Patients and caregivers are allowed to purchase and possess a 90-day supply of medical marijuana at one time, the state breaks this down as:

Flower: No more than eight ounces of Tier 1 and no more than five and three-tenths ounces of Tier 2 medical marijuana

Patches for transdermal use, lotions, creams, or ointments for topical administration: No more than twenty-six and fifty-five hundredths grams of THC

Oil, tincture, capsule, or edibles: No more than nine and nine-tenths grams of THC

Oil for vaporization use: No more than fifty-three and one-tenths grams of THC

Terminal patients and their caregivers are allowed to purchase and possess a 90-day supply of medical marijuana at one time, the state breaks this down as:

Flower: No more than 10 ounces of Tier 1 and no more than six and six-tenths ounces of Tier 2 medical marijuana

Patches for transdermal use, lotions, creams, or ointments for topical administration: No more than thirty-three and three-tenths grams of THC

Oil, tincture, capsule, or edibles: No more than eleven and seven-tenths grams of THC

Oil for vaporization use: No more than sixty-five and seven-tenths grams of THC

Currently no, but the Board of Pharmacy is required by Ohio State law to negotiate reciprocity agreements with states who have also implemented an approved medical marijuana program

about ourDispensaries

At this time we only accept cash payments

Yes, there is an ATM inside our dispensary and we cover your transaction fee.

Yes, Bloom Medicinals can help those with special mobility needs and our staff is more than willing to assist you upon your arrival.

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