In Texas, you must have a prescription from a physician that is registered in the Compassionate Use Program. If you are not sure if your diagnosis is eligible for treatment with medical cannabis, you can call our free eligibility consultation line. Our knowledgeable staff will help you get the support you need.
Unlike other medical states, Texas does not use medical marijuana cards. Instead, patients with qualifying conditions may obtain a medical marijuana prescription from a doctor registered in the program. To qualify, you must meet the following criteria:
Then, check to see if you have an approved condition. There are over 200 approved conditions for medical marijuana prescriptions in Texas.
Once you’ve confirmed that you have an approved condition, you’re ready to set your appointment. To quickly review your eligibility at no cost, fill out our online form. Once approved, you will be scheduled for a virtual appointment.
Be sure to bring any questions you have to your appointment. Afterward, your doctor will electronically add your marijuana prescription to the Compassionate Use Registry.
After your appointment, you can fill your Texas medical marijuana card prescription at a local dispensary. Unlike traditional pharmacies, medical marijuana dispensaries must be notified by the patient that their doctor has put their marijuana prescription in the system.
Finally, choose how you would like to receive your prescription.