Michigan Cannabis Resources

Important Information

Is cannabis legal in the state of Michigan?
Yes, cannabis is legal for both recreational and medical use in the state of Michigan. Medical cannabis use was introduced in 2008 to qualifying patients. Recreational use for adults 21 years and older was legalized on December 1, 2019. Delivery is allowed, but the state requires the same person who placed the order to receive the delivery.

What are the recreational cannabis regulations for Michigan?
Adult residents of Michigan 21 years and older can possess up to 2.5 ounces cannabis and no more than 15 grams of cannabis concentrate. They can also legally store up to 10 ounces inside a private home, locked in a secure location. Out-of-state adults 21+ with a valid ID may purchase recreationally.

What are the medical-use cannabis regulations for Michigan?
Medical patients with qualifying conditions have been able to access medicinal cannabis in Michigan since 2008. While cannabis is now recreationally legal in the state, patients can choose to apply for a medical card, and then may legally possess higher amounts of cannabis under certain circumstances. Out-of-state adults 21+ with a valid ID may purchase recreationally. Limits for medical patients include:

  • Up to 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana
  • Up to 12 plants in a locked, enclosed facility
  • No more than 15 grams of marijuana concentrate
  • Up to 16 ounces infused into a solid product
  • Up to 36 fluid ounces of cannabinoid products in liquid form

For more information about the ​​Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP) visit the Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency website.

Can I use cannabis products in public in the state of Michigan?
Michigan prohibits using cannabis in a public place or on a property where the owner or manager prohibits use of the drug. This does not include a location designated for cannabis consumption within a municipality that has authorized consumption in certain areas not accessible to people under 21. Michigan law prohibits any person to engage in the use of cannabis items in a public place in Michigan. Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal.

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