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State-Specific Steps

Embarking on your journey to relief in Wisconsin is simple. Let our caring specialists guide you through the state-specific steps to obtain your medical cannabis card.
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  1. 1

    Join the Leafwell Waitlist

    Join our waitlist to be notified when we open in Wisconsin. You can then book an appointment online for a medical CBD consultation.

  2. 2

    Discuss Medical Marijuana With Your Provider

    Your healthcare provider will ask you questions, explain how medical CBD may help your condition, and approve you.

  3. 3

    Receive Your Certificate From Leafwell

    Once approved, you will receive a written medical CBD certificate stating that you use cannabidiol (CBD) for medical purposes. Your certificate only applies to low-THC, CBD-rich hemp and cannabis products.

  4. 4

    Apply for a Card With the State of Wisconsin

    Wisconsin law requires patients to procure a written certificate from a state-approved physician. There is no medical marijuana or CBD ID card system in the state.

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What You Need to Know

You must be a Wisconsin resident aged 18 or older to qualify for a medical CBD certificate.

You only need a certificate for medical CBD in Wisconsin. It is the only way to legally purchase, possess, and use CBD products in the state. There is no medical card system.

Legal Topics

It is illegal to possess cannabis in Wisconsin, except CBD oil, for patients with a doctor’s certificate. Cultivating cannabis is also prohibited in Wisconsin.

Despite neighboring states, such as Michigan and Illinois, legalizing recreational marijuana, Wisconsin still imposes penalties like fines and jail time for simple possession. However, several local jurisdictions have passed resolutions that partially or fully decriminalize minor cannabis possession offenses.


There is no medical marijuana or caregiver program in Wisconsin.

Under most states’ medical cannabis laws, a caregiver can be assigned to assist with the purchase and administering of medical cannabis to minor patients or patients who otherwise may need assistance from others.

Most states have a minimum caregiver age requirement (typically 18 or 21). In many states, the caregiver must also have no criminal convictions relating to drug offenses or violent crimes.


Wisconsin doesn’t recognize other states’ medical cards because cannabis is illegal in the state. The following states accept or recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards:

*Visitors must complete a visiting patient application with the state program.

States that have legalized recreational cannabis for adults 21 and older but do not accept out-of-state cards include:


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

Cannabis is illegal in Wisconsin, although the state does have a limited CBD, low-THC medical program.

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

Medical use in Wisconsin is legal only in the form of low-THC, CBD-rich cannabis oil (CBD oil).

Senate Bill 10 allowed for possession of CBD oil in Wisconsin if a doctor has certified the oil is being used to treat a medical condition. Conditions will usually include severe, chronic, intractable, or terminal ones like epilepsy, cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS), or Parkinson’s disease (PD).

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

There is no medical cannabis card or program in the state of Wisconsin. However, any patient can be referred by a physician for clinical potency cannabidiol (CBD).

If you or a family member suffers from a condition where you think CBD may help (e.g. severe epilepsy, cancer), then it may be wise to speak to your primary care physician, who may be able to issue a certification for clinical CBD oil.

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

As there is no medical marijuana program, there is no age at which it is possible to legally qualify for medical marijuana in Wisconsin. Should a medical marijuana program become established in the state, it is likely that it will follow suit with other states and allow for those aged 18 or over to qualify.

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

There is no legal framework for medical marijuana caregivers, as there is no program in the state of Wisconsin.

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

There is no centralized medical marijuana program in the state of Wisconsin. Only individual doctors licensed by the state can certify patients for medical cannabidiol (CBD).