Colorado Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
Medical Dispensaries in Colorado require an individual to hold a medical marijuana card. The dispensaries on Grass.Co in this category only offer cannabis to medical patients. As a medical patient an individual is required to list a cultivation location with the state where they will purchase their cannabis.
In Colorado there are a number of conditions which can qualify an individual to get a medical marijuana card. Generally the conditions are:
- An Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Chronic Nervous System Disorders
- Chronic Pain
- HIV or AIDS
- Persistent Muscle Spasms
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Severe Nausea
Adult individuals need to be a resident of Colorado, 18 years of age or older, and have one of the qualifying conditions. An adult must be seen by a physician and submit a physician certification when applying for their card.
Minor individuals need to be a resident of Colorado and their primary parent must also be a resident, and the minor must have a qualifying condition. Minors must also be seen by two physicians and submit two physician certifications when applying for their card.
Getting a medical marijuana card is a pretty straightforward process, and you can find all the information you need on the State of Colorado website.
Patients are allowed to possess up to 2 ounces of usable marijuana.
Patients or their primary caregivers are allowed to cultivate a maximum of six cannabis plants at home with three or less flowering at any given time producing usable marijuana.
All medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado are licensed by the state and are required to keep an updated list of all individuals who use their cultivation.
Colorado does not have reciprocity with other states for medical marijuana cards.