A Guide to Buying Cannabis in Missouri

A Guide to Buying Cannabis in Missouri

While neither the Department of Health and Senior Services or any of the dispensaries they’ve licensed have confirmed opening dates, online sources speculate a mid-2020 launch of Missouri’s legal cannabis industry. Keep an eye on the DHSS website for the latest updates and regulatory news. In the meantime, here’s what you should know about buying cannabis in Missouri. What are the legal limits? Patients and caregivers with a valid medical marijuana ID card issued by the DHSS may purchase and possess up to 4 ounces of flower and up to 8 grams of concentrates at a time, roughly a 60-day supply.  Patients can also cultivate their own plants in their home. They can grow up to six flowering plants each, in addition to six male plants (that don’t flower) and six clones grown from clippings, up to 18 total. To home-cultivate, patients must apply and pay for a separate cultivation ID card.  Individuals can obtain a medical marijuana ID card by receiving an official recommendation from a licensed, Missouri-based physician. This recommendation certifies that the patient has a qualifying condition that would be aided by medical cannabis use. Full details of qualifying conditions can be found on the DHSS website. Patients must send the recommendation and completed application to the DHSS via its online application portal within 30 days of receipt. The application fee costs $25. A cultivation ID card costs an additional $100 and must be requested in the original application. Patients may also designate a caregiver, who applies…

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