Do you have any of the following conditions? If so, you qualify for a Montana Medical Marijuana Card.
Once diagnosed with a qualifying condition you will need to find a properly licensed physician that can prescribe medicinal cannabis. After receiving the prescription you will then need to complete an application with the State of Montana online. The application website used in this State is called Complia (click here for Complia login). On this site you will have to create an account and verify it through your email. Once you verify and log in to the account, an application can be created and submitted. Your valid state ID, current picture, contact information, provider information, and prescription will be uploaded in this application. Completed applications to the state take 4-6 weeks for approval. Upon approval you will receive your card through the mail in 2-5 business days. At that time you can purchase from your documented provider only. The prescription is good for up to 1 year. There is not an open market currently in Montana so you must purchase all your cannabis products from your listed provider to remain within the laws of the Montana Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP).
If you're unsure if your condition falls under the categories listed above, contact us and we will do our best to advise you. Many people experience pain daily and just go about there lives coping with it. If you have not been clinically diagnosed with a qualifying condition, we can assist you in finding the medical help you need.
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Existing patients can switch marijuana providers easily by going to the Complia website (click here for Complia login) and submitting a patient update application. You will fill out the new provider's information and submit your request. This process usually takes about 2 weeks. While you’re waiting for the state to process the request you can still shop with your current provider until your new card is received. When you receive your new card you can then purchase medicine from the new provider. Patients are currently limited to shopping with only one provider. You may switch providers at any time.