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In July 2021, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill into law that increased the amount of medical marijuana that a PA MMJ cardholder can purchase when they visit a dispensary in the state. This change in the law is intended to improve Pennsylvania medical marijuana patients’ access to MMJ treatment.
The new Pennsylvania MMJ purchase limits are a welcome development. They are making the lives of PA MMJ patients easier. Today, we will answer some important questions about PA dispensary limits: How much MMJ can you buy at a dispensary in Pennsylvania? What MMJ products can you buy in PA? What are the MMJ possession limits in Pennsylvania? And can anyone buy from a dispensary in PA?
In most US states, there is a limit on how much medical marijuana a patient or caregiver can purchase at any one time. Pennsylvania MMJ purchase limits describe the legal amount of MMJ you can purchase at a PA dispensary.
It is important to be fully aware of PA dispensary limits when you are planning your medical marijuana treatment program and making a schedule for visiting your local dispensary.
So, how much MMJ can you buy at a dispensary in PA? As of July 2021, a PA MMJ cardholder can purchase up to three months’ supply of medical marijuana products from a Pennsylvania MMJ dispensary.
You can buy the following products at a Pennsylvania dispensary:
The medical marijuana possession limits in Pennsylvania are the same as the purchase limits: a 90-day supply.
You cannot enter a medical marijuana dispensary in the state of Pennsylvania unless you are in possession of a valid PA MMJ medical card.
Only people who are in current possession of a valid Pennsylvania MMJ card can buy from a PA MMJ dispensary. Pennsylvania does not practice reciprocity, which means you cannot buy PA MMJ with an out-of-state MMJ card.
PA MMJ dispensaries do not accept credit cards. Purchasing marijuana is illegal on a federal level, even if it is for medical use. Most Pennsylvania dispensaries have an ATM on the premises or a register with an in-built ATM.
You can get a medical marijuana medical card in Pennsylvania by going to the MMJRecs online clinic. Here, you’ll have a video consultation with a Pennsylvania MMJ physician who will verify your suitability for medical marijuana treatment.
Once your suitability has been verified, the physician will generate a unique MMJ recommendation for you that you can access at the Pennsylvania State Patient Portal. It is a quick and straightforward process.
The qualifying medical conditions for a Pennsylvania MMJ card are:
A recommendation from a Pennsylvania MMJ doctor through the MMJRecs online clinic costs $159, and the state application costs $50.
Only a fully licensed Pennsylvania physician can prescribe a medical marijuana card in the state of Pennsylvania.
You will receive your Pennsylvania MMJ card between seven and 14 days after you submit your online application and pay your fee.
Pennsylvania medical marijuana cards need to be renewed annually. You will receive an email notification 60 days before the expiration date of your medical card.