FAQ - Texas Medical Marijuana Card

Can I get a Texas medical marijuana card online?

Yes, you can get a medical marijuana card online if you are diagnosed with a medical condition that qualifies you for medical marijuana in Texas. Consultations with medical professionals are conducted via telehealth appointments.

How soon will I receive an answer after paying for the consultation appointment?

Your medical professional will give you their advice and recommendations during your consultation.

How can I pay for an appointment for a medical marijuana card?

You can pay for your appointment using major Credit Cards. All fees associated with Texas State Cannabis will be reflected as charges from Booking and Information Portal, LLC on your billing statement.

How long does it take to get a medical marijuana card decision in Texas?

Once approved by the state-licensed MMJ medical practitioner, your name will be added into the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) system, allowing instant access to medical cannabis dispensaries across the state of Texas.

What is the total cost to get a medical marijuana card in Texas?

The cost of the appointment with the medical professional is your total cost to be able to obtain medical cannabis in Texas. With the use of the CURT registry, a physical card is not required.

What is the refund policy? How does money back work?

If you do not receive approval for medical cannabis following your meeting with a medical provider, you can receive a full refund for your certification appointment. We cannot provide a refund for your certification appointment if your application for medical cannabis is denied by the state or if you are ineligible to apply as a medical patient. Our refund policy only applies to the provider's approval process.

All refunds are issued back to the original payment methods. While the refunds are submitted right away, some banks and credit cards may take 5-10 business days to show the transaction.

Do you guarantee a positive decision on the issuance of a medical marijuana card?

The decision of a medical professional is based on the medical condition of the patient. While we cannot guarantee that you will get approved, we guarantee the refund of the money if you meet the qualifications but the appointment does not result in an approval.

Can I renew my Texas medical card with you if I was seen by a different doctor last year?

Yes, renewing your med card can be done by any medical professional licensed by the state of Texas to prescribe cannabis. Your new doctor will verify and recertify your listing in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) system.

Why get a medical marijuana card?

In Texas, having a medical marijuana card enables you to legally buy and consume medical-grade cannabis products. Any other use of cannabis in the state of Texas is illegal.

Note: Blackmarket cannabis is non-regulated in how it is grown, processed, and sold. It may contain pesticides, mold, and heavy metals (to increase the weight).

What are the qualifying conditions in Texas?

In order to qualify for the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas, the patient must have one of the following conditions:

  • Epilepsy
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Seizure Disorder
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Spasticity
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Incurable Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Neuropathy

Can I still apply for a medical marijuana card in Texas if I don’t have a qualifying condition?

Under the current laws in Texas, residents can apply for the inclusion in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) only with qualifying conditions. If you believe that you may have an undiagnosed condition that qualifies you for the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) system - speak with a doctor.

How long is a medical cannabis card in Texas good for?

Texas medical cannabis certification is good for 1 year. There are no physical cards in Texas

How do I cancel my Texas medical cannabis card

Since the Texas Department of Public Safety doesn't require patients to individually register with the state, there is no official cancellation process. If you do not renew the certification, your listing in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas will expire one year after it was entered by the previous certifying medical professional.

Can I use my Texas medical marijuana card in other states?

No. Your inclusion in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas is seen by the authorized medical cannabis dispensaries only in the state of Texas. Dispensaries across the state lines do not have access to it.

The following states offer legalized adult use of cannabis:

  • Alaska

  • Arizona

  • California

  • Colorado

  • Connecticut

  • Delaware

  • Illinois

  • Maine

  • Maryland

  • Massachusetts

  • Michigan

  • Minnesota

  • Missouri

  • Montana

  • Nevada

  • New Jersey

  • New Mexico

  • New York

  • Oregon

  • Rhode Island

  • Vermont

  • Virginia

  • Washington

  • Washington D.C.

Note: According to the Federal law, possession of cannabis is illegal, and so is traveling with it across the state lines.

Will health insurance cover the cost of my Texas medical marijuana card?

No. Since cannabis is considered a Schedule I substance, it is illegal at the federal level. This fact bars cannabis from coverage by health insurance. \ \ Note: Once medical cannabis is rescheduled by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as a Schedule III or higher, then it may be officially included in the health insurer’s drug formulary list and/or paid for using Health Savings Accounts (HSA). Unit then health insurance doesn't cover it.

Can I get a med card in Texas without a state ID?

No, in order for the certifying medical practitioner to approve the application for medical cannabis, every patient must provide proof of residency in Texas, by showing their state-issued ID.