What is a 329 Card?

A 329 Hawaii Medical Cannabis Card is required to enter any Hawaii dispensary. Medical cannabis is legal for certified patients with the following eligible debilitating medical conditions.

Hawaii Department Of Health

To learn more about the Hawaii Medical Cannabis Registry Program and the 329 Card, please visit the official Hawaii Department of Health website.

Residents

How To Apply for a 329 Card:

Qualifying Debilitating Health Condition

A 329 Hawaii Medical Cannabis Card is required to enter any Hawaii dispensary. Medical cannabis is legal for certified patients with the following eligible debilitating medical conditions.

Medical conditions

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Medical conditions

A 329 Hawaii Medical Cannabis Card is required to enter any Hawaii dispensary. Medical cannabis is legal for certified patients with the following eligible debilitating medical conditions

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Chrohn’s Disease
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV / AIDS
  • Lupus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Seizures
  • Severe Pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Severe Muscle Spasms

Talk to your primary care physician about cannabis as a treatment option for you and how it can complement your current treatment plan. If you need a certifying medical professional, a directory of certifying physicians and APRNs on Oahu is available below for Hawaii residents. 

Valid I.D.

  • Valid Drivers License issued by a state of the United States, or
  • State photo identification card issued by a state of the United States, or
  • Valid passport

Online Application

Residents must submit a completed online application to the Department of Health website.

Certified by a physician/APRN

The 329 Hawaii Medical Cannabis Card requires certification from a physician or APRN. Please contact a medical professional to set up an appointment or to get more information. Once you receive your card, visit the dispensary for a free gift with your first purchase! The card can be either a physical or digital.

Visitors

The State of Hawaii allows certain medical cannabis patients from other US states to shop at local dispensaries. These patients must apply for a 329V card that is valid for 60 days and provided to them digitally. All patients (both Hawaii residents and out-of-state visitors) must be registered with the Hawaii Medical Cannabis Program to receive a 329V card and enter Hawaii dispensaries.

How To Apply for a 329V Card:

Valid Medical Cannabis Card

A valid medical cannabis card from U.S. state/territory or the District of Columbia. Your medical card must be for one of Hawaii’s qualifying debilitating medical conditions.

Medical conditions

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Medical conditions

A 329 Hawaii Medical Cannabis Card is required to enter any Hawaii dispensary. Medical cannabis is legal for certified patients with the following eligible debilitating medical conditions

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Chrohn’s Disease
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV / AIDS
  • Lupus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Seizures
  • Severe Pain
  • Severe Nausea
  • Severe Muscle Spasms

Talk to your primary care physician about cannabis as a treatment option for you and how it can complement your current treatment plan. If you need a certifying medical professional, a directory of certifying physicians and APRNs on Oahu is available below for Hawaii residents. 

Visit a Qualifying Physician

If visitors don’t have a valid medical cannabis card, a visitor can visit a qualifying physician to determine if they are eligible for a 329 card. A visitor may qualify if they have a valid Hawaii address. 

Valid I.D.

  • Valid Drivers License issued by a state of the United States, or
  • State photo identification card issued by a state of the United States, or
  • Valid passport

Online Application

Visitors must submit a completed online application to the Department of Health website.

Additional Information

Hawaii’s Laws

Medical cannabis cannot be consumed in any moving vehicle, on any school grounds, or in any public space including parks or beaches. Do NOT get on a plane with cannabis! Cannabis cannot be transported inter-island or between international or state lines – even if you have a 329 card. Learn more on the DOH site about restrictions.

Hawaii’s Laws

Medical cannabis cannot be consumed in any moving vehicle, on any school grounds, or in any public space including parks or beaches. Do NOT get on a plane with cannabis! Cannabis cannot be transported inter-island or between international or state lines – even if you have a 329 card. Learn more on the DOH site about restrictions.

Caregivers

Individuals who are unable grow or obtain medical cannabis on their own can designate a caregiver. While caregivers do not need to register separately, they must be identified on the patient’s application and receive a 329 Caregiver Card. This card is necessary to enter a dispensary on behalf of the patient. To learn more, visit the DOH site about caregivers.

Minor

Minors younger than 18 can be certified for the 329 or 329V Card as long as a parent or guardian is also registered as the caregiver. Minors must also be accompanied by their registered caregiver when entering a dispensary. 329 Cards and IDs are required for both individuals. Find out more on the DOH site about minor patients.