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Arlington Texas Medical Marijuana

Texas Medical Marijuana Doctors is leading the way to provide access to medical marijuana in Texas through the Compassionate Use Registry Program.

Receive your medical marijuana prescription in just 5 easy steps:

1. Have one or more approved qualifying diagnoses.

2. Have a valid photo ID issued by the State of Texas.

3. Have access to a private email.

4. Ability to submit your medical records to our office.

5. Meet with one of our participating physicians of the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas to certify your diagnosis and determine whether the potential benefits of the medical use of low-THC cannabis outweigh the risks.

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**Please note: Because marijuana is still federally illegal, we are unable to accept/work with insurance companies for appointment payment.

*Please also note: TXMMD gives all of our patients a Medical Marijuana Card, but this card is for internal use that identify you as our patient and is not required by the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Question: Do you get a medical marijuana card in Texas? Answer: Unlike other medical states, Texas does not require or use medical marijuana cards. However Texas Medical Marijuana Medical Marijuana Doctors do give our patients medical cards for internal purposes.


Question: Can you get a medical marijuana card in Texas for pain? Answer: The most common reason doctors issue a medical marijuana card in Texas and the United States is to treat pain. While chronic pain is not yet considered a qualifying condition by itself, many of the qualifying conditions are associated with chronic pain.


Question: How much does Texas medical marijuana cost? Answer: Most appointments cost a flat rate of $300 for the year. This includes any follow-up appointments needed to adjust your prescription and free card replacement. If you recertify with us next year before your old prescription expires the prices drops to a flat rate of $200 for the year. This pricing excludes people on parole/probation or in any legal matters that require them to take a drug test.
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