For Qualifying Conditions in Ohio, any Ohio resident physician with a Certificate to Recommend is able to recommend medical cannabis as a treatment option for a qualifying condition is also eligible to register with the Board of Pharmacy as a patient.

In the meantime, please see the links below to go towards the resources that you may need.

In order to get a Medical Marijuana card in Ohio, you must have one of the following conditions when seeing a qualified and certified medical marijuana doctor in Ohio:

Here is the current list of the qualifying conditions: 

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
ulcerative colitis

Ohio regulations does for allow for minors under the age of 18 to participate in the use of Medical Marijuana. Please know that minor patients are required by law to either a legal guardian or a parent serve as his or her caregiver. The legal guardian or parent must register with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy as the minor’s caregiver through the recommending physician in order to get put on the registry.