Is Weed Legal in Michigan? Michigan Cannabis Dispensary FAQs
Posted on July 25th, 2022 to Education
Is Weed Legal in Michigan?
Yes! Adults 21 years of age and older may use cannabis for both medical and recreational purposes. Michigan became the tenth state to legalize recreational cannabis with the passage of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act in 2018.
Michigan Cannabis FAQs
Where can I buy cannabis in Michigan?
You can buy cannabis and cannabis products at dispensaries across the state of Michigan. Municipalities have the ability to opt out (vote) to keep dispensaries from opening in them. View the full list of towns, here.
To help narrow your search, we suggest you visit us at Neighborhood Provisions at 909 W Washington Ave in Alpena. With a knowledgeable and friendly staff, we will ensure that you find the cannabis products that fit your specific needs like a glove.
What will I need to purchase cannabis from a Michigan dispensary?
To purchase cannabis at a dispensary in the state of Michigan, you’ll need to be at least 21 years old. To enter a dispensary, you must also show a valid driver’s license, passport, or state-issued ID.
You also will need either cash or a debit card to be able to purchase your cannabis product. So definitely don’t forget that either.
How much weed can you possess at once?
In Michigan, adults can possess up to ten ounces of cannabis within their residence & can carry up to two-and-a-half ounces of cannabis on them. For concentrates, you may have no more than 15 grams.
- At home: 10oz
- On you: 2.5oz
- Concentrates: 15g
Where can you consume cannabis in Michigan?
In Michigan, you can legally consume cannabis in your residence or private property as long as you have permission from the occupant, landlord, and property owner.
You cannot legally consume in restaurants, public buildings, or vehicles. You are also not allowed to carry cannabis in areas that have heavy traffic of children, such as schools or school buses.
The possession and use of cannabis are also prohibited in areas that fall under federal jurisdiction, such as airports and government buildings.
Can you grow weed in Michigan?
Yes! In Michigan, adults aged 21 and older can cultivate up to twelve marijuana plants in their homes at a time.
However, there are several rules you have to follow to stay within the law:.
- Plants must be kept in an enclosed, secure area that is not accessible by the public
- Plants cannot be visible from outside your property/visible to the unaided eye of the public
- The site must be closed and locked so that only you and those who have your permission can access the plants
If you reside in a rental property, it is up to your landlord whether or not you are allowed to grow in your home. While growing on a rental property is legal, we advise you to consult with your landlord before you start cultivating.
Visit Us in Michigan
At Neighborhood Provisions, we are stoked that cannabis has been legalized in Michigan, and we are the best spot in the state for you to have all of your cannabis needs taken care of.