Date Law Went into Effect
Center must cultivate 70% of the product they sell.
Naming Convention for Cultivation
OPC (Off Premise Cultivation) is the state license term. Grow or OPC are commonly used.
Naming Convention for Retail
MMC (Medical Marijuana Center) is the state license term. MMC, dispensary, or store are all commonly used.
How is infused weight tracked?
Allowed to do infusions and track infused concentrate weight.
Dept of Revenue, Med Marijuana Enforcement Division (MMED) for actual enforcement and administration of the program. Dept of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) manages the patient registry.
Link to Licensing Authority
Links to State Laws
Individual on Hand Limits (Retail)
Medical: 2 oz on hand per patient, unless otherwise recommended by a doctor. Adult Use: <1 ounce.
Patient Sales Limit
Medical: 2 oz per patient per day. Adult Use:-1oz Flower = 8g of Concentrate (Shatter, Wax, etc) -1oz Flower = 800mg of Edibles
Patient Limits (Can you grow your own or assign plants?)
Medical Immature = 3 Mature = 3 Adult Use = none
Yes for Medical as long as they are not done for profit.
Vertical Integration required
Number of Licenses Available or Limited To?
Current Best Estimate of the Number of Different Operating Licensees in Each: Grow, Processing, Retail
Medical Marijuana Businesses as of May 3, 2016 : Centers: 530 Cultivations: 788 Infused Product Manufacturers: 233 Retail Marijuana Businesses as of May 3, 2016 Stores: 432 Cultivations: 554 Product Manufacturers: 187 Testing Facilities: 14
Reciprocity for Medical
State Registry or Dr. Recommendation
Recommendation and state registration
Established Agency to Regulate Compliance
State, Marijuana Enforcement Division "MED" which is an arm of Dept. of Revenue.
Yes for adult use. No for medical.
Plant Count Limits (Patients)
Medical: 6 per patient (3 Veg, 3 Flower) Unless otherwise recommended by Doctor. Adult-Use: Unlimited for commercial grow. 3 plants for personal grow.