When my sister moved to Denver, CO, the first thing she planned on doing was finding a marijuana dispensary.
She relied heavily on her medical marijuana because of her anxieties.
Her husband was a bit upset when the doctor prescribed marijuana, but he had since seen the change in her. After finding a medical marijuana dispensary close to her home, she wanted to see if the laws differed from the state she had recently lived in. I was a bit confused when she started talking about where you can purchase the marijuana and where you can use it. I thought they could only use it inside their own residence. I was happy to have my sister living closer, but I worried she couldn’t adhere to the rules. Her husband told me he didn’t like the way the regulations worded that a single transaction includes multiple sales to the same customer during a single business day. According to him, my sister could go into the marijuana dispensary every hour of the day, every day of the week, and they would have more marijuana than she could use in a year. I had also read that rule and told him she could purchase up to 1 ounce of marijuana, 8 grams of marijuana concentrate, or marijuana products containing up to 800 mg of THC in a single transaction. That is her maximum amount for the day, regardless of how many times she went into the marijuana dispensary. However, since she is a medical marijuana patient, those amounts go up to 2 ounces of medical marijuana, 8 grams of concentrate, or marijuana products containing up to 20,000 mg of THC.