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    Join the Waitlist

    There isn’t a medical marijuana program in place in Kansas, but this could change quite soon. You can register with Leafwell and join a waiting list, and we will contact you about getting a medical marijuana certificate should Kansas legalize medical cannabis consultations via telehealth.

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    Sign Up When The Law Passes

    As soon as we can legally open in Kansas, we’ll email you and let you know that we’re ready to see you online to get your medical cannabis card.

Benefits of Getting a Kansas Medical Card

When the laws pass, a medical card will be the only way to legally purchase medical cannabis in Kansas.

About Medical Marijuana in Kansas

There is no medical marijuana program as of yet in Kansas. However, in 2021, the Kansas House passed House Substitute (H. Sub.) for Senate Bill (SB) 158, which would create the Kansas Medical Marijuana Regulation Act and the Kansas Medical Marijuana Regulation Program.

The Senate didn’t vote for the bill in 2021, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it remains on the table for consideration at the 2022 session. Another, similar medical marijuana bill has also been proposed: SB 315.

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How to qualify

You can’t yet qualify for a medical cannabis card in Kansas.

  1. Here’s what you need to know:


    Leafwell will keep you updated so you can become one of the first patients under a future program.

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Medical Conditions

Most programs have a list of qualifying conditions which are a requirement for becoming a patient.

  1. Join the waitlist to get updated.


    We expect a future law in Kansas will include a list of qualifying conditions.

Possession and Growing

At the moment, possessing and growing cannabis are both illegal in Kansas.

Once a medical cannabis law is passed, it will permit patients to carry a certain amount, to be determined.

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Medical Marijuana patients will probably be allowed a caregiver in Kansas

Under most cannabis laws, caregivers are included to allow patients who may be eligible for an MMJ Card but unable to apply for one themselves to get their medicine.

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    For example, should the patient be a minor under 18, or if the patient needs assistance accessing medical cannabis, a caregiver can be assigned to complete the process on their behalf.


Kansas doesn’t recognize other states’ medical cards because cannabis is illegal.

Reciprocity is one key benefit for medical marijuana users. Unlike recreational cannabis users, medical marijuana users with a medical marijuana card can travel to the states listed above and purchase the medical marijuana they require while they are out of state.

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Frequently asked questions in Kansas

How much does a Kansas Medical Marijuana certificate and card cost?

There is no medical marijuana program or identification card system as of yet in Kansas.

What medical conditions qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Kansas?

There is no medical marijuana program as of yet in Kansas, although there is some appetite for it.

Should Kansas pass a medical marijuana bill, those with chronic conditions like chronic pain, cancer, lupus, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and some other serious conditions like epilepsy may qualify for medical cannabis.

What do I need to know about applying for my Medical Cannabis Card in Kansas online?

There is no medical marijuana program in the state of Kansas yet, although that may change in the future and online applications may become possible!

How old do I have to be to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Kansas?

You cannot qualify for a medical marijuana card in Kansas as there’s no MMJ identification card system in the state as of yet.

Can I be/have a caregiver for a medical marijuana patient in Kansas?

There is no MMJ program yet in Kansas, so there is no caregiver program as of yet.

Most states do enact legislation with caregiver programs from Day 1 so we’ll keep you updated as and when the program in Kansas is legalized.

How do I apply for the state cannabis program in Kansas?

There is no state medical marijuana program in Kansas yet, but the Kansas State House passed a Medicinal Marijuana Bill (78–42) in 2021 and sent the bill to the state senate to vote on it in 2022. If passed, the bill will allow the sale of raw plant material (flower), oils, tinctures, patches, and edibles to patients with conditions including chronic pain, cancer, lupus, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, among others. It will prohibit smoking and vaporization of cannabis flower.