How much medical marijuana am I allowed to purchase?

The 30-day maximum allowance is 2.5 ounces per patient, unless otherwise indicated by your physician. Your 30-day period is established the first day of purchase. Your doctor will decide on the appropriate monthly allowance.

How often may I purchase medical marijuana?

Registered patients may purchase medical marijuana, by appointment, as often as needed during our regular business hours until their maximum monthly allowance has been reached.

Who is allowed to come with me to my appointment?

Patients and caregivers registered with the state are the only individuals allowed inside the facility. If someone is providing you a ride to the facility, we ask that they wait outside the facility.

How does a caregiver become registered and what is their role?

Your certifying physician initiates the registration of your caregiver. Each patient may only have 1 registered caregiver. Caregivers are allowed to enter the facility and purchase medical marijuana on your behalf. For more information, please visit the Primary Caregivers section of

What can I expect at my first appointment?

A pharmacist will meet with you and/or your registered caregiver. Discussions will surround topics such as medication history, treatment goals, strain selection, administration methods, and patient concerns. This appointment typically lasts 20 to 30 minutes.

Do I need an appointment every time I want to purchase medicine?

For priority, schedule an appointment or place an order via our online ordering systemWalk-ins welcome on a first-come, first-served basis.

Am I able to pre-order my medication ahead of time?

Yes. Patients may pre-order medications up to 24 hours ahead of their appointment.

Where should I store my medical marijuana?

All patients and registered caregivers should store medical marijuana in a secure location to prevent theft, loss or access by unauthorized persons.

Are there limits on where I can use medical marijuana?

Yes. Connecticut regulations prohibit ingesting marijuana in a bus, a school bus, or any moving vehicle; in the workplace; on any school grounds or any public or private school, dormitory, college or university property; in any public place; or in the presence of anyone under 18. Any use of palliative marijuana that endangers the health and well-being of another person, other than the patient or primary caregiver is also prohibited.

What happens if I lose my Medical Marijuana License?

For information on replacing your medical marijuana certificate, visit the CT Medical Marijuana Program website

How do I change my or my caregiver’s information registered with the state?

Any change in information registered with the state must be reported to the state no more than five (5) days after the change. Complete the Change of Records form available here

How do I renew my Medical Marijuana License?

Before your registration expires, the registration system will allow you and your doctor to begin the renewal process. To begin the process, patients should schedule renewal visits with their registering physician.