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Home to the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., is full of health-savvy citizens who want the best option for their unique medical needs. Once you’ve gotten your medical marijuana authorization, the next step is to get medicine at a dispensary. We’ll give you the necessary information on weed medicine in Minnesota and send you on your way to a local provider.
Any Minnesota resident over 18 with a qualifying condition can sign up for the MMJ program. Patients under 18 can qualify, too, but they have to designate a caregiver who’s over 18 to handle the medicine for them.
The registration process involves visiting your doctor for an assessment and signing up for the medical marijuana program online. If you get approved, you’ll receive an email giving you permission to visit a state medical marijuana facility for treatment.
Minnesota law forbids the use of medicine in leaf form — this means you can’t legally obtain bud for medicinal purposes. You aren’t allowed to consume edibles, either.
The three types of medicine that Minnesota dispensaries can legally provide are:
As of August 2017, dispensaries will be able to sell topical products, like lotions and creams, in addition to these medicines. You might need to try out different medicine to figure out which method works best for you.
Minnesota allows only two MMJ manufacturers to sell medicine and lets them run four locations each. Minnesota Medical Solutions and Leafline Labs provide medicine to eligible patients at eight different sites across the state.
Need a medical marijuana recommendation in Rochester, MN? Use our listings to find a Rochester medical marijuana doctor near you.