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Medical Marijuana Card
What is a marijuana Card?
A marijuana card is a state-issued identification that allows patients to purchase cannabis products in a dispensary to treat medical conditions and ailments. Non-patients often can’t enter a dispensary without a marijuana card.
In some states, the card provides proof that patients can grow limited amounts of marijuana plants at home or utilize medical cannabis delivery services. State laws also may allow patients to appoint a caregiver to purchase, administer, or grow their medical marijuana as well.
Medical marijuana regulations vary widely from state to state. For example, patients in Colorado and California have access to a wide array of medical cannabis products, but states less weed-friendly, such as Texas, have strict programs in place. Some states allow only pharmaceutical derivatives of cannabis or require patients to exhaust all other conventional treatments before a doctor can recommend medical marijuana.
How to Get a cannabis Card?
The requirements for a medical marijuana card vary state by state, but most follow a similar protocol when it comes to applying and obtaining a marijuana card. First, contact us and one of our team members will get to you with the requirements needed for a medical marijuana card.
How Much Weed Can You Buy With a Medical Card?
The amount of medical cannabis that you’re legally able to purchase and possess as a patient depends on the state. Most states have set a limit on the amount of marijuana that can be purchased from a dispensary at one time. There are also various possession limits that permit patients to possess only a certain total amount of flower or other types of cannabis products.
Even as a medical patient, it’s important to recognize these limits and how they differ in each state. For instance, registered marijuana patients in Montana are allowed to possess only 1 ounce, or 28.35 grams, of cannabis flower, while Delaware allows possession of up to 6 ounces of marijuana flower, or 170 grams.
The same approach should be taken when considering home cultivation. Certain marijuana programs allow patients to grow a specified amount of marijuana plants at home, but in other states, such as New York and New Jersey, do not have laws in place that permit home cultivation by registered patients or caregivers.