“I believe the pros completely outweigh the cons.”
“It comes from the ground it wasn’t synthetically manufactured you know to have all these known side effects.”
“It can go up depending on your on your setup, you know, and how intricate you want it and mine is up there,” Francis said.
“It doesn’t take all the pain away, but it helps me live my life”, Francis said.
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There’s also questions about how home growing will be enforced, in terms of not exceeding the limit of six plants per person, a dozen plants per household.
People who have a medical cannabis card can do this as of October 1. Recreational users must wait until July 2023.
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“We want to make sure that medical patients here in the state come and get professional knowledge from the people who are doing it. Being able to work in the agricultural hemp space means that we’ve grown thousands of these plants,” Vega added.
Perkins added the same impurities he and his team look for in hemp; mold, bacteria, and heavy metals, can also be in cannabis.
“This is something that you could be ingesting this is something that you could be consuming. …having quality testing available, whether it’s hemp or cannabis is extremely important.”
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To be a qualifying patient in Maine’s program, among other things, an individual must possess “a valid written certification. ” A written certification is only valid if it is “a document on tamper-resistant paper signed by a medical provider. “. These requirements are written into law and aim to preserve the integrity of the medical marijuana program by reducing the possibility of altering and tampering with valid medical certifications.
Download, complete, and submit the appropriate medical use application. Among other things, you will need to provide a copy of your Maine-issued driver’s license or identification card as proof of residency.
See: 28-B M.R.S. §1501(1)(C)
What are the laws on driving and marijuana use?
Yes, provided the transaction occurs within one of Maine’s actively licensed adult use marijuana stores.
Only medical patients can buy medical marijuana in Maine. Individuals who have received a patient certification from a medical professional may legally access medical marijuana from a registered caregiver or dispensary. Cards are available to Maine residents only.
What is the difference between a dispensary and a caregiver retail store?