Medical Marijuana Information
Cannabis is Medical
Michigan's medical marijuana laws have been signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder.
In some cases, it's legally possible to grow marijuana plants in your own home, for personal use. To comply with relevant legislation, there are a number of conditions which need to be met in order for cultivation to be acceptable. The conditions include the following: no more than twelve plants may be grown at once; the plants must be enclosed by a suitable barrier which keeps members of the public out and must not be easily visible.
Patient Possesion Limit
Two and one-half ounces of usable marijuana.
If marijuana is used for a medical or therapeutic purpose, its primary purpose is for the relief of troublesome symptoms rather than to obtain a natural high. When the term medical use is applied, it may refer to any part of the supply chain by which marijuana is grown, harvested and transferred to patients for therapeutic use. In Michigan, the conditions for which medical marijuana can be used are strictly limited, minimizing the risk of drug abuse.
Is Cannabis Right for You?
Call or book online today and our team of licensed doctors will work with you and your medical history to offer proper processing of your medical marihuana card.