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Register online with Leafwell
Although you need to speak to a physician in person to undergo a medical CBD evaluation, soon it will be possible to start this process online. You’ll be able to register for a profile with Leafwell, and we will endeavor to put you in contact with an SC-licensed medical CBD physician.
Discuss Medical Marijuana with your Doctor
You can discuss your medical CBD needs with your doctor during your consultation at your appointment.
Receive your certificate from Leafwell
Once approved, you will be certified for medical CBD.
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There’s no MMJ ID card system in place in South Carolina yet.
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Benefits of Getting a South Carolina Medical Card
For those needing medical-grade cannabidiol (CBD), getting a medical CBD card is the safest and best way of getting the medication they need, legally.
About Medical Marijuana in South Carolina
Cannabis is illegal for recreational use in South Carolina, and low-THC cannabidiol (CBD) oil is permitted for some medical conditions like epilepsy.
In 2014, Governor Nikki Haley signed Senate Bill 1035, legalizing CBD oil for treating epilepsy if recommended by a physician.
Information for caregivers
A caregiver must be over 21 years of age.
Possession and Growing
There is no specific limit on the amount of low-THC, CBD-rich cannabis a qualifying person or their caregiver may possess.
However, certified patients may possess CBD oil containing a maximum of 0.9% THC and a minimum of 15% CBD.
Those caring for minors (a parent or another official caregiver) may be allowed to administer their child CBD oil.
There is no medical marijuana identification card system in South Carolina, so there can be no reciprocity with other states.
South Carolina does not recognize other states’ medical marijuana programs.
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The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Medical Marijuana Card
Telehealth services like Leafwell make it easy to get a medical marijuana card, but meeting with a cannabis doctor is only the first part of the process.
What is it like to see a medical marijuana doctor?
What is it like to see a medical marijuana doctor? Learn more about the process, and what to expect during your Leafwell visit, in our guide.
Frequently asked questions in South Carolina
How much does a South Carolina Medical Marijuana certificate and card cost?
Cannabis is illegal in South Carolina. There is a low-THC, CBD-only program, but there is no medical card program. Only consulting physicians can certify patients for medicinal CBD, and only for epilepsy patients who have not responded to traditional treatments.
What medical conditions qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in South Carolina?
Epilepsy – low THC, Cannabidiol Medical Program only.
What do I need to know about applying for my Medical Cannabis Card in South Carolina online?
There is no medical card identification system in place in South Carolina for low-THC, CBD oil.
Only consulting physicians can certify a patient for medical CBD, and it’s only for patients with epilepsy who have not responded to other, more conventional treatments.
How old do I have to be to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in South Carolina?
Only epilepsy patients (especially those with Lennox-Gastaut or Dravet syndrome) can qualify for medicinal CBD in South Carolina, and there is no minimum age limit on this.
Can I be/have a caregiver for a medical marijuana patient in South Carolina?
Those who are caring for minors (a parent or another official caregiver) may be allowed to administer their child CBD oil, but there is no ID card system in place for caregivers in South Carolina.
How do I apply for the state cannabis program in South Carolina?
There is no state centralized medical cannabis program in South Carolina. No application is necessary – it’s purely between a patient and their physician.