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Arkansas
Medical Marijuanas Card

Book your appointment in 15 minutes and get certified in your state!

You're in Good Hands Here

Which is why we have over 20,000 certified patients!

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We're Reliable

All of our evaluations are risk-free. If you aren’t certified, we’ll refund

100% of your fee. 

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We're Quick

It can take as little as 15 minutes to book an appointment with a doctor in your state! 

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We're Efficient

We’ll help you complete your application with the state and guide you closely after your appointment to get you your medical card. 

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How to Get Your Arkansas Medical Card

Book your Appointment

Schedule a virtual appointment with one of our certified Arkansas professionals and review the regulations of the Arkansas State Website.

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See the Doctor

Meet with your doctor online or over the phone to discuss your medical conditions. Bring any questions you have, our expert physicians are here to help.

Get Certified!

Receive your certification and a set of instructions via email. Submit your certification and application to the Arkansas medical program.

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Why Choose Green Mind Physicians
for your Medical Card?

To qualify for a medical card in Arkansas, you need a physician certification form.

With our telemedicine portal, it is easy to qualify for your medical card.

Make a convenient appointment to meet with one of our licensed Medical Card doctors online.

At the end of your virtual visit, you get a completed Physician’s Certification and instructions on how to submit your application.

Best of all, get approved or your money back!

Benefits of getting your Arkansas Medical Card

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The only way to legally access the treatment in Arkansas

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Only medical patients can grow the plant in Arkansas

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Participate in the caretaker system, where a designated person can purchase the treatment on your behalf

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Legally transport and carry the treatment

Our Concierge Service

Don't like the paperwork? We got you covered.

We know certifying for a medical card online can be confusing and stressful. Let us do the work for you! We’ve helped hundreds of patients with their applications to the state after their doctor’s appointments. 

Choose Concierge Service when you checkout to get our help with your paperwork!

We’ll help you fill your application out, take a valid photo, and send it back to you when you just have to turn it in.

Not available in all states.

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FAQs on the Arkansas Medical Card Program

Have questions about how to get a medical marijuanas card in AR? We’ve gathered answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about medical marijuana in Arkansas. Don’t see your question? Check out our FAQs page.

  • In order to submit an AR medical marijuana application, you’ll need the following:

    • 18 years of age or older (minors will need to submit a birth certificate and documentation of legal guardianship)

    • A Health Care Provider Certification (That’s what we give you!)

    • Proof of Arkansas residency such as a driver’s license or state-issued ID

    • A phone or electronic device for your telemedicine appointment 

  • The cost of an Arkansas medical marijuanas card will vary. Here’s a quick breakdown:

    • It’s just $140 for a New Patient Medical evaluation. If you would like us to take care of the paperwork for you, you can choose to use our concierge service, which costs an additional $50.

    • Renewals cost only $120!

    • $100 to register with the state to become a medical patient

  • What Medical Conditions Qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas​

     

    Arkansas has many conditions that qualify for medical card. Here is a list, from their website:

    • Cancer

    • Glaucoma

    • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome

    • Hepatitis C

    • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

    • Tourette’s syndrome

    • Crohn’s disease

    • Ulcerative colitis

    • Post-traumatic stress disorder

    • Severe arthritis

    • Fibromyalgia

    • Alzheimer’s disease

    • Cachexia or wasting syndrome

    • Peripheral neuropathy

    • Intractable pain which is pain that has not responded to ordinary medications, treatment, or surgical measures for more than six (6) months

    • Severe nausea

    • Seizures, including without limitation characteristics of epilepsy

    • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including without limitation characteristics of multiple sclerosis

    • and any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the Department of Health

  • To qualify, the patient:

    • Must not be a resident of Arkansas (or has resided in Arkansas for less than 30 days).

    • Must have been diagnosed with a medical condition recognized under the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act.

    • Must possess a medical marijuana registration card or its equivalent issued under another state’s laws. (Note: Louisiana residents will need the pharmacy label with the name and expiration date or the approval letter/recommendation letter from their doctors. Texas residents  will need their approval letters or recommendation letters from their doctors.)

    The out-of-state registration card has the same force and effect as a card issued in Arkansas, except the visiting qualifying patient may not purchase medical marijuana in Arkansas.

  • No. Qualifying registered patients and their designated caregivers cannot grow or cultivate medical marijuana. Marijuana-infused products must be purchased through the licensed Arkansas medical marijuana dispensaries.

  • ​​Yes, you can apply to have a caregiver. This is someone who can purchase from a medical dispensary on the patient’s behalf and plays a vital role in assisting registered patients with the use of medical cannabis. Here’s an overview of the requirements for your caregiver:

    • A designated caregiver can make purchases on behalf of a patient who has a medical marijuana card (qualifying patient). A caregiver must apply separately from the qualifying patient and pay a separate application processing fee. If applying online, the caregiver and the qualifying patient must register separately.

    • To qualify for a designated caregiver registry card to legally purchase medical marijuana for a qualifying patient, you must meet the following qualifications:

    • Be 21 years of age or older.

    • Your qualifying patient must be a minor or marked as physically disabled on the physician’s written certification form.

    • Your qualifying patient must have a current medical marijuana card.

    • Complete a criminal background check, with no convictions of excluded felony offenses*.

    • Be an Arkansas resident with proof of residency (AR Driver’s License or AR State ID card).

    • State law prohibits members of the Arkansas National Guard and the United States Military from obtaining a registry ID card.

  • The validity of your Arkansas medical marijuana card in other states depends on whether those states have reciprocity laws that recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards. Reciprocity policies vary widely from state to state, and not all states with medical marijuana programs allow out-of-state patients to use their medical marijuana cards within their jurisdiction. It's crucial to stay informed and compliant with the laws of the state you are visiting, so always check for the most recent information before traveling.

  • Your Arkansas medical marijuana card is valid for one year and must be renewed annually. 

  • In Arkansas, the types of medical marijuana products you can purchase include:

    • Flower: This is the most traditional form of cannabis, which includes the dried buds of the plant that are smoked or vaporized.

    • Concentrates: These are potent forms of cannabis made by extracting THC and other cannabinoids. Concentrates come in various forms like wax, shatter, and oil. 

    • Edibles: Cannabis-infused food products, such as cookies, brownies, gummies, or chocolates, offer an alternative to smoking or vaping. The effects of edibles take longer to kick in but can be more intense and longer-lasting.

    • Tinctures: These liquid cannabis extracts are typically administered under the tongue. They provide a smoke-free option and allow for precise dosing.

    • Topicals: These cannabis-infused lotions, balms, and oils can be applied directly to the skin for localized relief of pain, soreness, and inflammation.

    • Capsules: Similar to edibles, capsules are a smoke-free option that contains cannabis oil or dried cannabis in a digestible format.

    • Transdermal Patches: These patches are placed on the skin and deliver cannabis directly into the bloodstream over a prolonged period, providing consistent, long-term relief.

    • Vaporizers: Devices are used to heat cannabis flower or concentrates to a temperature that releases cannabinoids and terpenes in the form of vapor, without the harmful byproducts of smoke.

    The availability of these products can vary depending on the dispensary, and it's important to consult with your physician to understand what product and dosage is best for your specific medical condition. 

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