Frequently Asked Questions

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How Much Marijuana Can I Purchase and Occupy?

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Can I Smoke Marijuana in Public Place?

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Can I Grow Cannabis in Puerto Rico?

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Can I Assign a Caregiver for Myself in Puerto Rico?

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What Is the Age Limit to Legally Access Medical Marijuana?

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Where Can I Purchase Marijuana for My Treatment?

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I've a Medical Card from my Home State, I'm Just a Visitor Here, will it work in Puerto Rico?

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What Marijuana Products can I purchase from Dispensaries in Puerto Rico?

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How Much Marijuana Can I Purchase and Occupy?

If you are Registered as an MMJ Card Holder with MCRB, you can consume up to 1 ounce (28 grams) of marijuana flower or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana.

Can I Smoke Marijuana in Public Place?

In Puerto Rico, Smoking Marijuana is Illegal(Even in a private place), and Vaporizing isn’t. Also, the Consumption of Marijuana is strictly prohibited in a public place, you can only consume it in private homes or private places.

Can I Grow Cannabis in Puerto Rico?

Even if you have a recommendation, you still can’t grow marijuana on your own. Laws only permit buying weed from selected dispensaries only.

Can I Assign a Caregiver for Myself in Puerto Rico?

No, You can’t. Puerto Rico does not have any provisions that say you can assign one for yourself.

What Is the Age Limit to Legally Access Medical Marijuana?

18. If you fall under 18, parents consent is a must.

Where Can I Purchase Marijuana for My Treatment?

You can buy marijuana products only from licensed dispensaries. Currently, there are 100’s of dispensaries available on the island.

I have a Medical Card from my Home State, I’m Just a Visitor Here, will it work in Puerto Rico?

Yes, Puerto Rico dispensaries welcomes recommendations from the home state of the patients.

What Marijuana Products can I purchase from Dispensaries in Puerto Rico?

  • Capsules.
  • Cannabis Concentrates.
  • Oil or Edibles.
  • Oral drops or inhalers.
  • Suppositories.
  • Ointments and Creams.
  • Transdermal patches.
  • Flower or concentrate Vapors.
  • Any other means that the DoH Permits.