Frequently asked questions

What Proof Do I Need to Provide to Become a North Dakota MMJ Patient?

If the patient is under nineteen (19) years of age, the name and information of the parent or legal guardian must be designated as their caregiver and included on the application.

Patients must be a resident of North Dakota and provide proof of residency via a valid Driver’s License or State Identification Card.

Patients must be evaluated by a certified physician.

Patients must be diagnosed with a Qualifying Condition. Patients must then register on the North Dakota Medical Marijuana Patient Registry, which is run by the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH).

Medical records, progress notes, health summary, list of diagnoses, medication list, or pictures of prescription bottles.

After registering, patients must submit an Application online through the Patient Registry to receive a Registry Identification Card (Medical Marijuana Card).

Patients must have a specific certification from their physician in order to consume herbal cannabis formulations via combustion. Otherwise patients are permitted only to obtain cannabis infused tinctures, capsules, patches, or topical.

Provide Application, Drivers License, 2×2 Passport Style Photo, Copy of State Issued Identification Card or Driver’s License, Name of Health Care Provider completing the written certification with their E-Mail address & Medical Release of Information.