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If budtender was selling plumbing supplies he would not know a nipple from an elbow. Dear Flower Power: I thank you for clearing up the rumors and taking time to honor your clients with facts. I have returned to your establishment, and am pleased that I have done so. I look forward to our renewed friendship, and pray that in the future, you do not let rumors run your customers away, but in turn, announce a brief summary of intentions.

As you can see, it is not possible to run a close nit family business and expect your extended family not to be affected. Just some friendly advice for those of you who still Love and enjoy quality flower at a great price. No schemes, SEEDS or tricks with expert advice every time. This place is just what I've been looking for as a Med patient who's kind of picky with a high tolerance. I tend to ask alot of questions which Ashley and Matt were bothon happy to answer. Of course once home I tried these beautiful flowers I'd purchased and soon found that the quality in these was beyond anything I'd received yet. In order to help contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program staff will be working remotely until further notice.

If you need to contact the program for any reason, please use the Contact page and a staff member will reply to your email as soon as possible. The program’s toll-free helpline is also available to report adverse reactions to medical marijuana and respond to general inquiries about the program: 1-833-4OH-MMCP (1-833-464-6627) Patients, caregivers, and dispensaries should also be aware that the offices of the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy will be closed to the general public during this time. Patients and caregivers needing assistance should use the toll-free helpline or the program’s Contact page. Dispensaries should continue to communicate through their assigned compliance agent. Cultivators, processors, and testing laboratories should continue to communicate through their assigned compliance agent. Many of our staff will be teleworking for the next few weeks in an effort to stop community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We ask for your patience as we respond to your needs through our remote network. Please try to avoid in-person visits to our offices and connect with us via phone call or email. For non-business hours, which means before 8:00AM and after 5:00PM, MMCP Commerce licensees, please use (614) 728-1239. An MMCP representative will be in contact within 24 hours after the licensee provides a detail messaged. This line is for licensed cultivators, processors, and testing laboratories only. For coronavirus updates from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, click here. Ohio’s Official Resource for the Medical Marijuana Control Program. Obtaining medical marijuana through Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP) involves three basic steps: Visit a certified physician who can confirm that you have one of the medical conditions that qualify for medical marijuana and have the physician create your profile in the Patient & Caregiver Registry. Confirm and complete your registration for the program through the OMMCP Patient & Caregiver Registry. Purchase medical marijuana from an approved dispensary in Ohio. Please note: During the early months of Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Program, the industry responsible for growing, producing and testing these products is in start-up phase and may have limited inventory available. Also, not all proposed dispensary locations will be fully licensed and open for business. During this start-up phase, the industry may be unable to provide a full supply of products at all licensed locations until later in 2019. The first step to become a medical marijuana patient is to establish and maintain a bona fide physician-patient relationship with a certified physician. An in-person visit with a certified physician is required at least once per year.

Certified physicians have access to the Patient Registry and will submit their recommendations for a patient to receive medical marijuana directly to the Patient Registry. The physician will need the patient’s valid Ohio driver's license, a valid Ohio identification card issued by the Ohio bureau of motor vehicles (BMV), or a valid United States passport. A registered caregiver may possess and administer medical marijuana to patients with whom the caregiver's registration is associated. The certified physician will need similar identification from a caregiver to establish their profile in the Patient Registry. A certified physician can recommend up to a 90-day supply of medical marijuana with three refills (totaling up to 360-day supply if appropriate for the patient). Physicians who wish to recommend medical marijuana in Ohio must have an active Certificate to Recommend (CTR) from the State Medical Board of Ohio.

If your current physician does not have an active CTR, you can find a certified physician here. Only patients with one of the following medical conditions may currently participate in Ohio’s medical marijuana program: AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy or another seizure disorder, fibromyalgia, glaucoma, hepatitis C, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis, pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable, Parkinson’s disease, positive status for HIV, post-traumatic stress disorder, sickle cell anemia, spinal cord disease or injury, Tourette’s syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and ulcerative colitis. Once a recommending physician has entered a patient or caregiver into the registry, the patient/caregiver will receive an email prompting them to login to their profile in the Patient Registry .

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