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Answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about medical marijuana.

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Q: How many Registered Marijuana Dispensaries (RMDs) will be licensed in MA?

Up to thirty-five (35) retail locations can be established, with no more than five (5) and no less than one (1) in each county

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Q: Who is allowed to purchase medical marijuana?

An RMD may not dispense, deliver, or otherwise transfer marijuana to a person other than a qualified patient.  Re-selling of marijuana is a felony offense.

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Q: What is the allowed quantity of medical marijuana that a qualified patient may purchase?

Patients are allowed up to 10 ounces of medical marijuana within a 60-day period.

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Q: How do I become a qualified patient?

Patients must obtain a “written certification” by a licensed physician.  A bona-fide doctor-patient relationship must exist in order for a certifying physician to write a patient recommendation.

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Q: What is a caregiver?

A caregiver is a person that is registered by the DPH, who is at least 21 years old, and who has agreed to assist with a registered qualifying patient’s medical use of marijuana. An employee of a hospice provider, nursing, or medical facility or a visiting nurse, personal care attendant, or home health aide providing care to a qualifying patient may serve as a personal caregiver.

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Q: Can I grow my own medical marijuana?

A qualified patient may grow their own medical marijuana if they qualify for a hardship registration, as outlined by the DPH.  A hardship cultivation registration shall allow the registered qualifying patient or his or her personal caregiver to cultivate a limited number of plants sufficient to maintain a 60-day supply of marijuana solely for that patient’s use, or as further specified by the Department.

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