Michigan Medical Marijuana Card

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Michigan 

Legal Status: Medical and Recreational

Possession Limits: 

Medical: 10 oz/30 day period   2.5 oz purchase limit

Recreational:  2.5 oz/15g concentrate  2.5 oz purchase limit

State Taxes

Medical patients 6%

Recreational 16%

You can schedule an appointment to see the doctor through SwiftieMed at a time that is most convenient for you. Consult with the doctor(healthcare provider)  for 10-15 minutes, where you will to evaluate your ailments and ask any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. Be sure to collect your healthcare practitioner’s Physician  Number (Michigan License Number)  on the call, as you will need this when you apply to link their certification to your application.  The link to certify the application is www.michigan.gov/mmp

Do not hesitate to reach out if you need assistance with getting an appointment set, our team would be more than happy to help.  Much of the time, the doctor is available immediately and can complete your consult efficiently and quickly when you call. 

 

Once you are approved by the SwiftieMed physician (provider)  in Michigan, and you have registered with the state of Michigan, the physician will receive an email that there is a patient account waiting for authorization.  The physician will complete your registration online with the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) within 48 hours of that notification. You can then visit the MRA, and navigate to the Patients and Caregivers page.  You will complete the online application along with the payment of the  $40 application fee to the state of Michigan. You will need your practitioner’s Physician Number (Michigan License Number)  to link their certification to your application. 

 

Once you complete your online application, the state will send you a new medical marijuana card in the mail in 2-3 weeks. When your card arrives, you can then begin buying marijuana legally from any dispensary in Michigan.

In Michigan, patients will need to re-certify their license every1-2  by seeing a licensed physician (provider) again. SwiftieMed will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you set up a renewal consultation.

When you are in Michigan, there are a number of beautiful places to see and visit. 

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Known for its breathtaking scenery, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is covered in sand dunes that tower more than 450 feet above Lake Michigan. Visitors can climb to the tip top of the dunes to admire and enjoy their surroundings or eat a picnic lunch at the bottom. The protected natural area also offers nearly 100 miles of trails for hiking, biking and snowshoeing, including the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, which weaves its way around the lakeshore past many of the park’s dunes and bodies of water.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Pictured Rocks, America’s first national registered lakeshore, overlooks southern Lake Superior in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula. Its rugged, diverse landscape attracts outdoorsy types year-round. On the lakeshore’s roughly 100 miles of hiking trails and paths, travelers can see and view everything from spring wildflowers to colorful fall foliage to stunning ice formations, depending on the season of the year. Plus, visitors can swim and also boat in the warmer months and ice climb and cross-country ski during the colder months of the winter. But please remember, lifeguards do not patrol the lakeshore’s beaches, so vacationers should be careful when getting in Lake Superior’s unpredictable waters and take care to protect themselves.

Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island’s old-world charm comes from a ban on motorized vehicles on the island (think: horse-drawn carriages and Victorian-style buildings) creates the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway or family vacation. The island banned cars in 1898, so tourists – or Fudgies as locals call them – can only access the island by private boat, ferry or private plane. Once on Mackinac, visitors can taste some of its world-famous fudge of all varieties, tour historical sites like Fort Mackinac and see the butterfly gardens, and also explore the island’s state park, which covers more than 80% of the island. Many people bicycle on a bicycle built for one or two around the 8 mile bike trail. Bars and restaurants of all varieties dot main street and the surrounding area of downtown. Keep in mind, though, that many of Mackinac Island’s attractions are closed during the winter months despite the island being accessible year-round. 

Traverse City

This little city of 21,000 residents may look to the naked eye like just another scenic lake town. But rest assured, Traverse City is so much more than a sleepy town. This northern Michigan destination has, over the years, earned a reputation as a culture and foodie hub that draws people from as far as Chicago that has certainly added to its already awe-inspiring curb appeal. One of the biggest film festivals in the country, the Traverse City Film Festival, is held in Traverse City every year in the beautiful summertime Not only that, but its annual National Cherry Festival is one of the largest events in the country. Couple all this with its burgeoning wine and brewery scene and its abundance of outdoors offerings, including one of the few places in the world you can behold perched sand dunes, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for an unforgettable Midwestern vacation.  



Take the First Step

Medical cannabis card in the Diamond State, SwiftieMed can help. First, you’ll need to establish a bona fide patient-doctor relationship, by making an appointment with one of our healthcare providers. Then, you can begin the process to get your medical cannabis card. 

Cardholders get special possession limits compared to recreational users. 

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