FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a medical card to purchase recreational products?


For recreational purchases, there is no med card needed! You just need a valid ID showing that you are over 21+ years old just like purchasing alcohol.




Is there a limit to how much i can purchase?


Yes. For medical purchases you are limited to 2.5oz of flower or 15g of concentrate per day and a total of 10oz of flower or 60g of concentrate per month.




What is considered a Valid ID?


An unexpired driver's license, passport, tribal ID, or veterans ID are acceptable forms of identification. We will not accept any forms of ID that have been punched or altered by the secretary of state.




Can I use my Out-Of-State Med card?


The state has permitted us to help to visit, qualified medical marijuana patients. As it is with Michigan patients, any visitor must present a valid, unrevoked medical marijuana card from your home state along with a valid, unrevoked government-issued picture ID. The medical marijuana card from your home or ID must be from the same state. The following is a list of the states with medical marijuana programs we can service. ​Alaska,Arizona, California Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawai, iIllinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC




Why Michigan consumers might choose medical marijuana over pharmaceuticals?


As more and more states legalize cannabis, more people will use marijuana instead of a number of prescription drugs. Many studies have reported that the benefits of CBD include relief from insomnia, anxiety, spasticity, pain, epilepsy, and more potentially life-threatening conditions. It is also looked to as an alternative to NSAIDs like Advil or Aleve for people with kidney problems, ulcers, or GERD. As opposed to many pharmaceuticals, patients have claimed that medical marijuana allows them to resume their daily activities without feeling disengaged and "out of it".