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Medical & Recreational Marijuana in Michigan

Born in Colorado, LivWell expanded into Michigan in 2021 with the opening of our Warren medical provisioning center. Today you can find two more LivWell dispensaries in northern Michigan: Sault Ste. Marie and Cheboygan.

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FAQs About Cannabis in Michigan

Whether you’re a cannabis expert or a newbie, you may have questions about the rules in Michigan. Here are a few helpful questions and answers to get you started.

No! Michigan allows non-residents (21+) to purchase cannabis products from any recreational dispensary. Check out our marijuana buying guide for Michigan tourists for more information.

Recreational shoppers are able to purchase up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana. This can include flower, up to 15 grams of concentrates, or up to 40 ounces of edibles.

The state of Michigan requires facilities that serve medical marijuana patients to be called “provisioning centers,” rather than “dispensaries.” These locations do not offer recreational sales, so you’ll need a state-issued medical card to enter. Read more about provisioning centers in our guide.

There is no limit to how many dispensaries you can visit in one day, but every recreational shopper is subject to the purchase and possession limits set by the state.

Some dispensaries - like LivWell - do allow shoppers to pay for their purchases with a debit card. However, if you’re visiting a dispensary for the first time, it’s a good idea to bring cash.

Cannabis consumption in Michigan is limited to private property or specific venues that are licensed by the state.

Yes, dispensaries are permitted to sell a variety of marijuana edibles.