Do You Qualify?

You may be a candidate for Missouri’s Medical Marijuana program if you suffer from:

  • Intractable Migraines
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Terminal Illness
  • Cachexia
  • Hepatitis C
  • ALS
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Opioid addiction
  • PTSD
  • Seizures
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Tourette’s Syndrome
  • Wasting Syndrome
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Autism
  • Neuropathies
  • Sickle Cell Anemia

How it Works

Our Full Service Evaluation Process At Bluebird Wellness KC

• First step is obtaining your medical records or a summary of your condition for our doctor to review.
If you have them on hand you can email, fax, or bring them into our office or we can request them from your doctor for you.

• Next, we will need you to fill out a short intake form.

• We also need the following per state requirements:
– Government/State ID,
-Proof of residency (valid MO driver’s license, MO ID card, vehicle registration, utility bill, phone bill, internet bill)
-Clear, color photo of the qualifying patient’s face.

• Last step is to upload your documents and certificate and pay your fees. The state fee for a patient license is $25.58, caregiver license is $25.58, and patient cultivator license is $102.30 plus applicable taxes and card fees. Our new patient fees (includes filing) $150, Renewal fees (includes filing) $125. Physician’s certification is $100 without filing. **Veterans/Disabled 10% discount.

We offer a full money back guarantee if your application is rejected.

Why Choose Us?


Same Day Approval


HIPAA Compliant


Certified MMJ Doctors


24/7 Verification


100% Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions

How to get your Medical Marijuana card in Missouri?

First a patient should be familiar with the laws surrounding medical marijuana at the state and national levels. On November 6, 2018, residents in Missouri voted in favor of Amendment 2 which legalized the use of medical marijuana in the state as well as home cultivation. The U.S. government did not, or has not…..yet. This is not a prescription. You won’t be able to go to CVS and pick up some Northern Lights or Bubba Kush.

Dispensaries will be licensed by the state to supply medical marijuana to patients with certain conditions. The state is in the final stages of drafting rules and regulations before granting licenses to dispensaries and it will be still some time before qualified patients can buy legal cannabis products at a dispensary

Where to begin?

We understand that some doctors may be hesitant to recommend medical marijuana, and for the ones that do, its important that they are knowledgeable and understand the many different aspects of cannabis treatment plans.

When looking for a physician who will recommend medical marijuana, a patient should always talk to your primary care physician first. Most states offer protection from being prosecuted for recommending medical marijuana. Even still, some physicians may be apprehensive. So now you need to find a specialist.

That’s where we come in. Our doctors have been trained and certified to help patients seeking marijuana as an alternative treatment for their symptoms.

OK, I scheduled an what?

A patient should come prepared with their medical records, any prescriptions they are currently taking, and any written referrals a patient might possess. You should also be able to describe your symptoms and what you believe the use of marijuana will do to help relieve your symptoms. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about medical marijuana, including interactions with other medications you might be taking, do you need a caregiver, or which strains are best for
your condition. We strongly encourage you to get the most out of your appointment, we are here to help.

Also, if you need help obtaining medical records that show diagnosis of a qualifying condition; you can sign the appropriate medical release for us to do so.

Located in Lee's Summit, MO