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Get Your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card With GreenPot MD

Arkansas Medical marijuana card from GreenPot MD
Thinking of getting a Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas?

Sign up with GreenPot MD for an easy and professional process. Get in touch with a medical health professional and discuss the need for medical marijuana through a simple video call.

Health Qualifying Conditions

The state government of Arkansas recognizes the following qualifying health conditions for the statewide program, including…

How To Get An Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card?

1. Schedule an Appointment Online

Booking an appointment with GreenPot MD is simple. Click the Apply Now button or just contact us if you have any queries before the appointment. Our customer service is open 24*7. Brief your medical condition to the doctor that will enable your evaluation.
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2. Discuss Your Medical Conditions With Our Doctor

On the video call with the doctor, please provide any kind of previous medical diagnosis. To enhance your experience we have curated a list of doctors who are highly qualified in the state of Arkansas. All your questions regarding medical marijuana will be answered in the session.
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3. Get Your Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card

After the doctor finds you eligible, you will receive your recommendation via email. This letter is key to the application process with the Arkansas Department of Health. Register with the state as a Patient and after 2 weeks of registration, you will receive your card in the mail. Now you can proceed to claim your medical marijuana in any certified dispensary.

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Benefits of Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas

Higher Possession Limits

The medical cannabis card also endows greater marijuana access as the exact quantity is not enough for everyone.

Higher Potency Limits

Under the law, up to 32 dispensary providers and up to five marijuana cultivators are licensed. So, the products are lab tested and highly qualified for medical consumption.

Save Money

Possessing a medical cannabis card can turn the tables. The taxation limit is drastically reduced; thus, the costs reduce.

Legal Protection

An employer shall not discriminate against an individual in hiring, termination, or any term or condition of employment based upon the past or present status of the Qualifying Patient or Designated Caregiver.


No school or landlord may refuse to enrol or lease to, or otherwise penalize, an individual solely for their status as a Qualifying Patient or a Designated Caregiver.

Lower Age Requirements

Patients under 18 and above 18 can consume medical marijuana without worrying about legality.

Why GreenPot MD Practitioner?

Choosing the right medical marijuana doctor to have a legal Arkansas mmj card can be a difficult task. Here we ensure that you have made the best decision for your medical conditions. We are dedicated and endeavor to make the process easy.


Help You With Valuable Knowledge

Our doctors are specialized in marijuana and will be able to guide you on your journey through your use of medical marijuana with your easy marijuana evaluation.
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GreenPot Md is the fastest way to get your Arkansas medical cannabis card. The process takes only 15 minutes online and can be completed from your phone.

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No hidden fees. GreenPot MD is committed to providing effective, high-quality, cost-efficient mmj card service in Arkansas. Our doctors are fast, compassionate, knowledgeable, and discreet and registered with the American Medical Association

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What is an Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card?

A letter of recommendation for marijuana will state that the patient is eligible for the consumption of the prescribed amount. This amount is approved by the physician to alleviate the symptoms of the patient’s condition. However, to purchase marijuana, one must be registered with the state’s program. The Arkansas Department of Health provides qualified patients with a medical card through which the purchase is enabled.

Medical Marijuana Legalization in Arkansas

  • 2016 – Arkansas voters approved Issue 6, the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment, to legalize the medical use of cannabis.
  • 2019 – Licensed sales did not begin until 2019 when the first dispensary opened in Hot Springs.

Qualifying Conditions

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • Hepatitis C
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Severe arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Intractable pain which is pain that has not responded to ordinary medications, treatment, or surgical measures for more than six (6) months
  • Severe nausea
  • Seizures including without limitation those characteristics of epilepsy
  • Severe and persistent muscle spasms including without limitation those characteristics of multiple sclerosis
and any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the Department of Health.
Essential Documents

To qualify, patients must:

  • Age proof – Be 18 years of age or older (minor patients may qualify with parental consent)
  • Medical proof – Be diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition
  • Letter from a physician – Have official written certification from a physician
  • Address proof – Show proof of Arkansas residency such as any state-ID card
Medical marijuana is not qualified for the members of the Arkansas National Guard and the United States Military.

Medical Marijuana Laws in Arkansas

Arkansas has decriminalized the use of medicinal marijuana with some exceptions. It is essential to follow the state legislature’s regulations for the possession and consumption of marijuana within the state boundaries.

Medical Marijuana Possession Laws

  • Patients – Permitted to acquire up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana every two weeks purchased from a state-authorized dispensary mentioned in the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act.
  • Caregivers – A registered caregiver can also possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana for the patient. Caregivers cannot consume the marijuana prescribed for the patient.
  • Non-Patients – possession of under four ounces (110 g) of cannabis is a Class A misdemeanour carrying a fine of up to $2,500 and up to one-year imprisonment. For those with two prior convictions, possession of over one ounce (28 g) is a Class D felony punishable by a fine of up to $6,000 and a maximum of six years in prison.
Public Consumption Laws
As Arkansas is a “Smoke a joint, lose your license” state, any conviction for a cannabis offense is punished with a mandatory six-month driver’s license suspension.
Medical Cannabis Growing Laws

No. Qualifying registered patients and their designated caregivers cannot grow or cultivate medical marijuana. Marijuana-infused products must be purchased through licensed Arkansas marijuana dispensaries.

Drive under the influence (DUI) Laws
Like many other states, driving under the influence is a criminal offense. As stated earlier, one will be charged with a fine or a suspension of one’s DL for at least 6 months.

Apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Arkansas!

1. A current copy of the front of your Arkansas Driver’s License or State ID issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Please make sure it is clear and visible.

2. For new patients

  1. Click on Apply
  2. Click on Register as a new user
  3. Enter a valid email address and create a password. Write down and save your password (you will need it later)
  4. Check your email for the Confirm Your Account email (you may need to check your trash or spam folder)
  5. Confirm your account
  6. Begin your application

3. Application

  1. Give your SSN
  2. Your military status
  3. Electronic sign (use your finger or mouse and sign in the box)
  4. State ID (take a picture and upload it)
  5. Physician Written Certification (take a picture and upload it)
  6. Finish and pay $50.

Check on the status of your application within 14 days. If approved, print your card. However, a hard copy of the card will be mailed. Remember that the registry ID card application fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.

Essential To Note!!

The form must be received by the Arkansas Department of Health within 30 days of the physician’s signature. Patient applications may take up to 14 working days to process from the date of application and payment. Incomplete applications or applications with errors will be returned.

Registering as a Caregiver

A designated caregiver (21 years of age or above) is a person who is selected by a qualifying patient as the person authorized, on the qualifying patient’s behalf, to possess, obtain from a certified marijuana dispensary, and assist in the administration of medical marijuana.

If a caregiver is needed, the form must indicate that the patient is physically disabled or under 18; caregivers must apply separately and pay a separate fee.


Restricted reciprocity is available to visiting qualifying patients in Arkansas and an Arkansas mmj card is valid in other US states with reciprocity in compliance with their medicinal marijuana programs.
To qualify, the patient:

  • Must not be a resident of Arkansas (or has resided in Arkansas for less than 30 days)
  • Must have been diagnosed with a medical condition recognized under the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act
  • Must possess a marijuana registration card or its equivalent that was issued abiding the laws of another state.

The out-of-state registration card has the same effect as an Arkansas card except the visiting qualifying patient may not purchase marijuana in Arkansas.

Data Last Updated 12/20/2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many days is the Arkansas Medical Card and Prescription valid?

1 year. You must renew your medical card within the date of expiration which is exactly one year away from your date of issuance. However, the letter of recommendation from your physician will expire within 30 days. So, make sure to apply before the due date.

Will Arkansas accept my out-of-state medical marijuana card?

Yes, if you are a visiting qualifying patient. But you cannot purchase from Arkansas dispensaries with the card.

How long does it take to get my card in Arkansas?

Usually, the process takes a maximum of 14 days to process your application. Once done, you will receive your physical medical marijuana card.

What forms of Marijuana are eligible for consumption according to ADH?

As of 2022, medical marijuana patients are able to purchase all types of medical marijuana products such as dry cannabis flowers, tinctures, edibles, extracts, concentrates, vapes, and suppositories.

How to renew my Arkansas Medical Marijuana Card?

You must renew your card 60 days before the expiration date. You will need a newly updated recommendation letter. Also, the state fee of $50 should be paid for every renewal.

If my card is lost or damaged is there a fee to replace the card?

If the application was submitted online, you may print a replacement using your online account. If you do not have an online account, you may call our office and request a replacement card.

What Does Greenpot MD Offer?

Team Greenpot understands the hurdle individuals face during applying for a marijuana card. Some offer complex processes, and some patients are not much open about their mental illness to talk about it face to face. Both issues create hurdles on the way to getting medical cannabis cards. But, this might not be the case with Greenpot. We tried to make our process as simple as possible so that you can be certified by a licensed healthcare professional. You will get:

▷ Easy Payment Options
We accept different payment methods with 100% security. Whether you have a credit card, debit card, or want to pay via a digital mode, we accept every mode of payment.
▷ Same Day Approval
We offer same-day approval with a legitimate recommendation letter by our licensed healthcare professional. Greenpot offers complete online services with a simple and easy process. We try you will get your appointment within a couple of hours.
▷ 24*7 Services

Have doubts at midnight or in the early morning we are always here to help you. Greenpot offers 24*7 customer support. Love to talk? Call us at (888)-281-8758, love to write? Write to us at or love to chat? Chat with us through the website. We are available for our people at any time and in any form.

▷ Total Privacy
We are committed to the privacy of our patients that’s our top priority. We designed our infrastructure according to HIPAA law. Feel free to share your personal information and health condition with us.
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