Oklahoma: Medical Marijuana Handbook
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2022 Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Handbook
Oklahoma has 6 bordering states consisting of Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, and Texas.
Medical marijuana is legal in Arkansas and is subject to a cannabis sales tax of 6.50%. There is also a 4% cannabis excise tax on all sales of medical marijuana in Arkansas.
Medical marijuana is legal in Colorado and is subject to a cannabis sales tax of 2.90%. There is no cannabis excise tax charged on medical marijuana in Colorado.
Medical marijuana is legal in Missouri and is subject to a cannabis sales tax of 4.00%. There is no cannabis excise tax charged on medical marijuana in Missouri.
Medical marijuana is legal in New Mexico , but they choose not to tax medical marijuana. There is, however, a 5% cannabis excise tax on all sales of medical marijuana in New Mexico.
Medical marijuana is legal in Texas , but there is no cannabis sales tax on it. There is no cannabis excise tax charged on medical marijuana in Texas.
Medical Marijuana is illegal in Kansas, so there is no tax on medical marijuana in those states.
About Oklahoma Medical Marijuana
Is medical marijuana legal in Oklahoma?
Yes, medical marijuana is legal in Oklahoma
When and how did Oklahoma legalize marijuana for medical use?
Oklahoma legalized medical marijuana in 2018. This law was passed using Ballot Question 788 and passed with a vote of 56.8%. The official name for this law is the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA)
Oklahoma Medical Marijuana possession limits
- 3 oz. on person
- 1 oz. concentrated
- 72 oz. edible
- 72 oz. topical
- 8oz. at residence
- six mature marijuana plants
- up to six seedling plants
Is it legal to grow marijuana for medicinal use at home in Oklahoma?
Yes, medical marijuana patients are allowed to grow marijuana for medicinal use.
According to HB 2612, any medical marijuana patient in the state of Oklahoma is allowed to cultivate 6 mature plants and 6 immature plants. Patients and caregivers can only grow medical marijuana on land that they own or on land for which the patient or caregiver has written permission from the property owner to grow marijuana on the property. The plants must not be accessible to the general public or visible from any street adjacent to the property.
Are there medical dispensaries available to patients?
Yes, as long as the patient presents the appropriate documentation for Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) is tasked with reviewing and approving all commercial cannabis licenses for growers, processors, and dispensaries . There is no limit to the number of licenses a single entity or an individual can have. However, each dispensary and dispensary location must have a separate license. All medical marijuana dispensaries must be 75% owned by an Oklahoma resident. Dispensaries are allowed to sell mature plants, seedlings, concentrates, flowers, and edibles.
Is there a list of specific conditions for medical marijuana in Oklahoma?No, there are no specific conditions allowing the use of medical marijuana in Oklahoma.
Unlike many other states, Oklahoma does not have a set list of conditions. Instead, the disease or condition for which the medical marijuana is prescribed will be determined by the recommendation of a qualifying physician.
Does Oklahoma have a medical registry system or ID card?
Yes, Oklahoma keeps track of their medical marijuna patients.
Oklahoma encourages applicants to file online. Applicants who have been determined to be 100 percent disabled by the VA or are on Medicaid or Medicare pay a reduced biannual application fee of $20. Otherwise, the application fee is $100. Licenses are valid for up to 2 years. Medical marijuana rights do not apply to tribal trusts, tribal restricted lands, or federal lands in the state. Applications are approved or denied within 14 days of application. Only licensed Oklahoma allopathic, osteopathic and podiatric physicians can recommend medical marijuana for a potential patient. Physicians who recommend medical marijuana cannot be located at the same physical address as a medical marijuana dispensary. If the physician determines that the patient no longer meets the requirements for medical marijuana, they must notify the OMMA and the license will be immediately voided.
Does Oklahoma recognize patients from other states?
Yes, Oklahoma recognizes medical marijuana patients from other states.
Patients with a medical marijuana card from another state are allowed to purchase medical cannabis from a dispensary.
Are there any age restrictions for medical marijuana in Oklahoma?
To obtain a license for a minor, the parent or guardian must obtain recommendations from two Oklahoma physicians. Licenses for minors under the age of 18 are valid for a period of 2 years or until the minor turns 18, whichever is sooner. Minor patients are not allowed to smoke or vaporize (other than nebulizers or other aerosolized medical devices) any medical marijuana products unless both recommending physicians agree that it is medically necessary. A licensed minor is not allowed to enter a dispensary without a parent or legal guardian present.