Get Your Medical Marijuana
License With Us.
We Are Not A Dispensary!
Same Day Approval for new patients
10 Min Phone Appointment For REnewals
Digital Medical Cannabis Cards
By Appointment Only. No Walk Ins
Now With 2 Locations: Ala Moana Office 1441 Kapiolani Blvd. (New Patients Only)
Hawaii Kai Office, (New & Phone Renewals)
Is Medical Marijuana Legal in Hawaii?
Hawaii Medical Marijuana LLC, is a modern medical office. We are not a dispensary. Our medical doctors believe that medical cannabis is beneficial for certain conditions, but not for all. Numerous studies show that medical marijuana can have benefits when used appropriately. Our goal is to understand your concerns, answer your questions, and help you understand how medical quality cannabis can help with your chronic and/or debilitating conditions. We ensure a high level of care, discretion, and appropriate counseling for our patients.
FAQ About Medical Cannabis
What is Your Phone Number?
If you’re looking for a phone number, I apologize. Recently we had to remove it because we were receiving too many strange calls in the middle of the night asking if we deliver weed. It was non-stop for over a year and nothing we tried stopped it.
If you have any questions, you can email me directly and I will respond almost immediately, even if it’s the email is in the evening or a weekend. I check my emails constantly and as long as it is relevant to our business, I will respond. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do You Prescribe Medical Marijuana?
No, doctors in the state of Hawaii do not prescribes medical marijuana. As a licensed physician that is registered with the DOH for Medical Marijuana Evaluation, we only determine if your medical condition qualifies for medical marijuana. If we determine your condition qualifies, we complete your request online with the State of Hawaii, which will mail you a 329 Card. This will give you access to purchase legal medical marijuana in the State of Hawaii at an authorized distributor.
Be sure to view our list of medical conditions that qualify for medical marijuana and bring in any supporting medical records from your doctor when visiting us for the first time.
How Much Does a Medical Card Cost?
We Offer 3 Different Services:
- New & 1yr renewal applicant processing fee is $200
- 2yr Renewal Card Process (phone appointment) fee is $320
- Caregiver + Applicant is an additional $60.
Will My Insurance Cover Me?
No, insurance does not cover medical marijuana. You need to pay the DOH application fee of $38 (non-refundable) and our fee of $200 at our office.
Where Are You Located?
Now With 2 Locations:
- Hawaii Kai Office, (New & Phone Renewals)
- Ala Moana Office 1441 Kapiolani Blvd. (New Patients Only)
Where is the Closest Dispensary Near Me?
You can find all the dispensaries near you by clicking here.
When Will I Get My Medical Marijuana Card?
We Usually tell our patients it will take between 3-5 business days before you get your medical marijuana card by email. But in reality, we have no idea when the Dept of Health will process your application. There is a page on the Dept of Health’s website that gives you their processing times and if they’re backed up. You can view this by clicking here. So we kindly request you do not contact us asking when you’ll receive it, since we have no control over it.
If I Use Medical Marijuana, Will It Interfere With Any Other Medication I May Be Taking?
The interaction of one drug with another is
always a concern for any patient and their doctor:
● Ask your doctor. While there are online
databases that allow you to check for
drug interactions, many of them may
not include cannabis or its derivatives.
● Your doctor will have a better idea
about how your medications will
interact with marijuana.
● Please make sure you check before you
start to avoid any potentially unhealthy
Are There Any Activities I Should Avoid While Using Medical Marijuana?
Yes there are some activities you should avoid, including:
● You won’t want to go for a drive or for a
long walk or cook a big meal the first
few times you take the treatment.
● Again, your doctor will help you decide
what you can and can’t do while you are
taking medical marijuana.
What Are the Positive And Negative Side Effects of Consuming Marijuana?
Some positive side effects to consuming
cannabis are laughter, increased appetite,
nausea reduction, feelings of euphoria, and
relaxation of muscles in the body, among other positive side effects.
While not everyone reacts negatively, some negative side effects are known to be paranoia, short term memory loss, and involuntary fatigue or feeling of immense sleepiness.
Negative side effects caused by cannabis plant consumption are not as frequent as the positive side effects experienced with it.
Can You Get Addicted to Cannabis/Marijuana?
In severe cases, marijuana use disorder can take on a more serious addiction. The disorder itself is caused by the development of problem use of the plant. If someone uses cannabis very frequently and then quits, they often report up to 2 weeks of irritability, cravings, restlessness, trouble sleeping, decreased appetite, and other
forms of physical discomfort. While the plant itself is not addictive, moderation for the plant is always ideal.
How Much Medical Marijuana Can I Purchase With My Card?
Qualified medical marijuana patients are
allowed to purchase four ounces of marijuana in a fifteen-day period. Therefore, patients are allowed to purchase up to eight ounces or the equivalent of manufactured marijuana products, during a given month.
How Do I Get A Hawaii Medical Card?
Below is the link to take you directly to the state’s site. Follow the instructions to register online.
If you’re a first time applicant, you have to be approved by a registered medical marijuana doctor in Hawaii. We will evaluate you and determine if you qualify for medical marijuana.
*NEW* RECEIVE YOUR CARD DIGITALLY!
That’s right, now the DOH issues a digital medical marijuana card. Your digital card is available online within a few days.