Yes, you must have an Oklahoma medical card.
Residents of other states who have state-government-issued medical marijuana patient licenses are eligible for Oklahoma’s 30-day adult or minor out-of-state patient licenses. Prescriptions or licenses issued by out-of-state medical providers are not honored for Oklahoma’s out-of-state licenses.
For example, patients from Missouri and Arkansas are eligible because those state governments issue the licenses. Patients from Texas are not eligible, because the state government does not issue the licenses.
Out-of-state applicants must provide their state-issued medical marijuana patient license, an acceptable photo and proof of identity: digital color copies of the front and back of a state-issued driver license or ID card, or a U.S. Passport. Here is more information from the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.
Hash rosin is generally accepted as having a cleaner flavor profile and often gives a more pronounced effect as it offers the highest levels of potency and is less contaminated (with unwanted plant compounds) than flower rosin. It generally has a lighter color as well, which many customers use to gauge quality.
There are four major ways to consume cannabis:
More information about onset times and effects can be found here.
THC may be used to alleviate symptoms of a number of conditions. It may be helpful for conditions such as glaucoma, insomnia, nausea (it may be helpful for alleviating nausea caused by cancer treatment), pain associated with conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and migraine headaches, poor appetite (including appetite problems caused by cancer treatment) and tremors.
While CBD can come from either hemp or marijuana, it is often derived from hemp in order to avoid the addition of larger amounts of THC. THC, on the other hand, is derived from marijuana. CBD that comes from marijuana may contain more THC, which may not be ideal for people who are trying to avoid THC. THC can be administered as medical marijuana. Learn more here.