Hawaiʻi 329 MMJ Card for Residents

A 329 card holder may possess up to 4 ounces, grow up to 10 plants, and obtain their medicine at any Hawaiʻi Medical Cannabis Dispensary.


4 Easy Steps

A 15-minute online application and a Doctors visit to get your electronic Hawaiʻi 329 MMJ Card in 3-5 days.

1. Confirm your eligibility. You must meet one or more of Hawaiʻi’s qualifying conditions for cannabis use:

Chronic pain (as defined by you and your health care provider), nausea, post-traumatic stress, cancer, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, lupus, multiple sclerosis, persistent muscle spasms, rheumatoid arthritis, seizures, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and cachexia.

2. Gather the required documents in digital format. We recommend scanning or taking smartphone photos of the files.


Government-issued ID  or driver’s license.

Government-issued ID or driver’s license.

Also Correct

Driver’s license from another state/territory.  Hawaiʻi residency NOT required.

Driver’s license from another state/territory. Hawaiʻi residency NOT required.

Sorry – Passport and military ID not accepted. You can always get a Hawaii State ID.

3. Submit the 329 online application to the Department of Health.

  • First, make an appointment with a certifying Hawaii health care provider. You will need the Doctor’s name for the application.

  • IMPORTANT: Follow the rest of the steps before going to the appointment. You must initiate the online application.

  • If you don’t already have one, create a free ehawaii.gov account. Be sure to use the name on your government issued ID.

  • Next, login to medmj.ehawaii.gov to begin the application. Select the “Start an In-State Application” button.

  • Follow the video instructions (below) for important tips and detailed instructions. Complete the online application and upload required documents.

  • When uploading documents make sure to click the “Upload” button after you select the file.

  • Before submitting your application, review everything for accuracy. You will NOT be allowed to edit your application once submitted, and the application fee is non-refundable.

  • Make payment of $38.50 to the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) by debit, credit or EFT.

  • See the certifying health care provider you made your appointment with. Let them know you’ve already submitted your application online.

Note: If you created a new ehawaii.gov account, you will be prompted to verify your email prior to accepting the terms and conditions (this step is not shown in the video).

4. Download your 329 card. You will receive an email, generally within 3-5 business days, once your application is approved or denied. You can also log in to medmj.ehawaii.gov at anytime to check the status of your application.

If approved: login to medmj.ehawaii.gov to download.

If denied: you may correct and submit a new application.