329 Card in Honolulu, HI
There are hundreds of therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in medicine. The appropriate medical application of cannabinoids has the potential to drastically improve function and quality of life in a myriad of debilitating conditions. We provide consultations for the evaluation of the State 329 Medical Marijuana license card. The 329 card is necessary for the legal use and possession of marijuana products in Hawaii. The consultation serves as a mandatory part of the licensing process and allows us to complete your application process. All applications are now initiated by the patient online and completed by the physician following the consultation. You must register and initiate the online process yourself, and the physician will evaluate you and complete the application which is then submitted to the State. The State is then responsible for the issue and mailing of the 329 medical marijuana license card (sent directly to you).
Get more background information on the medical marijuana card here.
Registering for a Medical Marijuana License
Please start your registration process here.
Then call us to schedule your consultation. Be sure to have ACCURATELY completed your portion of the online application prior to your visit. During the initial application process, upload your Driver’s License as the minimum supporting document. You should bring any other supporting documentation (Doctors records, MRI’s, X-rays, etc.) for your qualifying medical condition to the appointment (uploading not necessary), if you have any. We will assist you in determining which qualifying medical condition best describes your need. The majority of problems are likely to fall into the chronic pain category. As defined in section 121 of HRS-329, the official qualifying debilitating medical conditions are:
- Lupus (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
- Epilepsy (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
- Multiple Sclerosis (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis (added effective June 29, 2017 as per Act 041, SHL 2017)
- Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (added effective July 1, 2015 as per Act 241, SLH 2015), or
“The treatment of these conditions”
- A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following:
- Cachexia or wasting syndrome
- Severe pain
- Severe nausea
- Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease.
If you need help, call the Information Hotline at (808) 733-2177 and listen to general information about the program.
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