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Does My Condition Qualify For 329 Card?


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Eligible Medical Conditions In Hawaii For 329 Card

In order to qualify for a medical marijuana card or a 329 card in the state of Hawaii, you need to have the following conditions listed below. If you’re a Hawaii resident and have been diagnosed with one of the following severe, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions, you are protected under the Hawaii Medical Marijuana law, as per Senate Bill 862.



    1. Cancer
    2. ALS
    3. Glaucoma
    4. Lupus
    5. Epilepsy
    6. Multiple Sclerosis
    7. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    8. HIV
    9. AIDS
    10. PTSD
    11. Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
    12. Severe Pain
    13. Severe Nausea
    14. Epilepsy / Seizures
    15. Crohn’s Disease.

    F.A.Q. About Medical Marijuana Card In Hawaii

    Is Recreational Marijuana Legal In Hawaii?
    No, currently recreational marijuana is not legal in the State of Hawaii.
    Will You Prescribe Marijuana To Me At Your Office?
    No, no doctor in the state of Hawaii 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.
    Will 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 $220 at our office. We accept all major credit cards, Apple Pay and cash. We do not accept checks.

    Can I Share My Cannabis With My Friends or Family?
    No, if you have a medical marijuana card in the State of Hawaii, you cannot share or purchase marijuana for others. Just as you are not allowed to share medical prescriptions, you are also not allowed to share medical marijuana.
    Can I Smoke My Medical Marijuana In Public?
    No, you cannot smoke medical marijuana in the state of Hawaii, even if you have an authorized 329 card. A private property or residence is only permitted.
    I Received My 329 Card, Can I Grow My Own Marijuana Now?
    Yes, registered patients or their designated caregivers are allowed to cultivate medical cannabis for themselves in the state of Hawaii.

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    Hawaii Kai Office (inside Eye Doctor's Hawaii)

    6600 Kalanianaole Hwy, #114C

    Honolulu, HI 96825