What are the qualifying conditions for Hawaii’s medical cannabis program?
Qualifying conditions include Severe Pain, Nausea, Seizures, Muscle Spasms, Cancer, Cachexia or wasting syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, Muscle Spasms, PTSD and Glaucoma.
How do I get a Hawaii medical cannabis card?
The Hawaii State Department of Health Medical Cannabis Registry administers the program and registration. Please click on the following link for more information. Click Here for information about the In-State Patient Application Process Click Here for information about the Out-of-State Patient Process
How do I get set up at Cure Oahu?
How It Works All in-state and out-of-state patients registered in Hawaii will be receiving electronic access to their 329 cards. Hard copy cards will no longer be printed by registry staff or U.S. postal mailed to patient-initiated applicants. Click Here for information about the In-State Patient Application Process Click Here for information about the Out-of-State Patient Process
I am from out of state and have a medical marijuana certification from my home state, may I access your dispensary?
-You must have a valid 329 card issued by the Department of Health -The application process is completed online -Out of state patients may apply for no more than two, 60-day terms in a calendar year -May request a “start date” for the term to begin -May apply 60 days prior to the requested “start date” -Application fee is $49.50 and is non-refundable -Electronic access to the Hawaii 329 Registration card will be provided upon approval -Register online here
I have a minor child who has been certified, what are the next steps?
If your minor child has already been certified, you will be able to sign him/her up with us at the dispensary. By law, minors are allowed two primary caretakers, but both must have parental or custodial rights over the minor. On the initial visit, both caretakers must be present at the initial visit—if applicable. The following documents are required: the minor’s birth certificate (or other form of guardianship paperwork), the minor’s state-issued or school photo ID, the parents’ or guardians’ valid state-issued photo IDs, and the minor’s valid MMJ certification.
Each person’s path to health and wellness is different. At Cure Oahu, our medical cannabis specialists work individually with you to discover the right steps for your journey. It is our goal to support your healing and be a resource for you.