• Sunburst Pharm Dispensary FAQ's

    A medical cannabis certification is valid for up to 365 days after the issue date.

    Qualifying patients may obtain a portion of their 30-day supply at any time once their written certification has been validated by a licensed dispensary. Currently, 120 grams of dried flower or 36 grams of THC-infused cannabis products equals a 30-day supply. Patient limits are calculated as a ROLLING 30-day limit, not by calendar month.

    When in possession of medical cannabis, a legal patient may travel to any location in the state of Maryland except for federally owned property. It is currently illegal under Federal law to cross state lines with cannabis, even with a valid medical certification. Maryland laws cannot authorize you to travel to other states, jurisdictions, or countries with this medicine in your possession.

    No, Maryland law does not allow for personal cultivation at this time.

    At minimum, the provider must perform an in-person evaluation once every 365 days.

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    No. Recreational cannabis will not be available to purchase until at least July 1st, 2023.

    The MMCC has not yet established a commercial market for adult-use cannabis (e.g., retail stores, dispensaries). The new law requires the General Assembly to establish a framework for the regulation and taxation of cannabis. The MMCC will provide more information as it becomes available.

    Beginning on July 1st, 2023, adults 21 years or older may possess and consume up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis flower, 12 grams of concentrated cannabis, or a total amount of cannabis products that does not exceed 750mg THC.

    Cannabis use will be limited to private homes and residences. However, additional restrictions may apply, for example, if you live in multi-unit housing such as an apartment or condominium, or if you rent your home.

    Beginning on July 1st, 2023, an adult 21 years or older may lawfully cultivate up to two plants in their home, out of public view. Likewise, a household may cultivate a maximum of two plants, regardless of how many persons over the age of 21 live in the residence. Individuals under the age of 21 are not permitted to cultivate cannabis plants.