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Below is a snapshot of taxes and the benefits of getting your medical card in Michigan
The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) was swift in delivering patients the relief they needed. As a result, in 2008 Michigan voters passed a referendum that allowed qualifying patients to grow, possess, use, and distribute marijuana. This was only possible if you were issued a Michigan medical marijuana card. Late to the party was the legalization of recreational marijuana use in 2019. Recreational sale of cannabis began in December of the same year. Medical Marijuana and recreational marijuana laws have generated millions of dollars for the state of Michigan.
As a result, detailed reports have shown recreational sales increased 8x in the first year. Recreational sales of $10 million a week were common throughout the first year, for instance. Medical marijuana sales also skyrocketed in the first year. $9.7 million of sales in just 1 week of June 2020 alone. Here is some information about the tax money from marijuana sales in Michigan and how they were distributed.
Michigan has seen astronomical benefits due to the legalization of recreational marijuana. This ideology has prompted thoughts for expansion that go well beyond the scope of adult marijuana use in multiple states across America.
Conditions that Qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card in Michigan
The Cannabis Regulatory Agency in Michigan has more than a dozen conditions residents can use to qualify for a medical marijuana card. The conditions are as follows:
- Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
- ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease
- Cerebral palsy
- Chronic pain
- Crohn’s disease
- Hepatitis C
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- Nail patella syndrome
- Obsessive compulsive behavior
- Parkinson’s disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Spinal cord injury
- Tourette’s syndrome
- Ulcerative colitis
In addition, Michigan allows other qualifications for a medical marijuana card. If your treatment of a disease or medical condition causes one or more of the following issues:
- Seizures (including but not limited to those characteristic of epilepsy)
- Severe and chronic pain
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms (including but not limited to those characteristic of multiple sclerosis)
- Severe nausea
How to Apply for a Michigan Same Day Medical Marijuana Card
If you currently are suffering from one of the conditions above, in order to qualify, you will also have to prove your identity and residency by submitting your valid driver’s license number, or, id card number.
After you have met with an MMJ Certifications doctor and got your approval, depending what service you have Scheduled, you will either sit back and let us do the work for you with the full-service option, or, with our basic service option, you will submit the info to the Michigan Regulatory Agency yourself using our detailed guide sent in your confirmation email. which will be briefly explained below.
First, create an online account on the Cannabis regulatory agency website, and then fill out the application. Second, you need to verify your Michigan residency by submitting some form of Michigan identification. Ways to validate your residency are, a state driver’s license number, or a signed Michigan voter registration card. Using a voters registration card will also require you to submit an additional form of government documentation with your name and birthdate, like a birth certificate.
Third, with our basic service, when submitting this info on the state’s website, you are required to provide the physicians license number. This will be provided during your tele-appointment with our doctor. Lastly you will pay the $40 state fee when submitting your info. Moreover, if you have Medicaid, or SSI, your state fee will be reduced to $25. For More Information view us Frequently Asked Questions
Michigan Medical Card Caregiver Information
Potential caregivers in Michigan must also prove their residency while applying, just as a potential patient. Acceptable forms of identification are either a driver’s license or a state identification card. Expired forms of identification will not be accepted. In addition, a caregiver must be added via a “change of caregiver” application after the patient’s state application has been completed. Caregivers can also be removed from a medical marijuana card via this process
Last but not least, a potential caregiver must be 21 years of age with no prior felony convictions. The cost is $10 to add a caregiver via the state website.
Cultivation & Possession of Medical Marijuana in Michigan
The state of Michigan will allow any adult to possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana on their physical person. Coupled with an additional 2.5 ounces if you also possess a medical marijuana card. 15 grams of marijuana concentrate are also allowed. A resident may have up to 10 ounces of cannabis for medical use at their residence. Any amount over 2.5 ounces must be kept in a container until use.
According to the state, “Possession of more than 2.5 ounces of marijuana, and up to 5.0 ounces of marijuana without a medical marijuana card, is a civil infraction punishable by a maximum fine of $500 and forfeiture of the marijuana for a first offense.”
In addition, Michigan law states “an adult may transfer up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana to another adult, as long as there is no remuneration, and the transfer is not advertised or promoted to the public.”
Moreover, Michigan allows citizens to grow marijuana even if they do not have a medical marijuana card. Adults 21-years-old or older may legally grow 12 plants. Furthermore, with a medical marijuana card you can grow an additional 12 plants, for a total of 24.
Resources about medical marijuana in Michigan will be listed below:
*Only use the links below if you have applied using our basic service.
28345 Beck Road, Suite 311, Wixom, MI 48393
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(248) 850 – 1092