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Yes, but only in select counties. Check your local store page to see if that store offers Recreational Sales.
The standard Recreational Tax Rate is 20%. However, certain counties have opted in for an additional Local Option Tax rate of 3%. Check your local store page to see if this additional tax rate applies to the location you frequent.
Everything is purchased based on a Flower Equivalency Rate. Recreational Customers only have a Daily Limit. You can purchase up to 1 Oz of Flower a day or the Flower Equivalent which is 8 grams of Concentrate or 800 mg edibles. These limits compound together and reset after a rolling 30 days from your first purchase.
No, crossing state lines with any Cannabis Products is illegal.
Medical marijuana is legal in the state of Montana If you have a medical marijuana card because of a qualifying medical condition. As of January 1, 2022, the State of Montana will allow us to sell cannabis to recreational customers in select counties as well.
Bloom Montana will be happy to connect you with local doctors and clinics that are available to assist you with the process. Want help finding a doctor or clinic in your area? Get in touch with us.
Below are the conditions in Montana that may qualify a patient for a medical marijuana card. Please talk to your medical practitioner about whether medical marijuana is an appropriate treatment for you.
Epilepsy or Intractable Seizure Disorder
Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
Intractable Nausea or Vomiting
Painful Peripheral Neuropathy
Central Nervous System Disorder
Admittance into Hospice Care
After you have gotten a referral from your doctor, you can go to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Medical Portal and follow the instructions to the Complia site where you can register and manage your MMMP account. New cards are usually issued by the department within two weeks of registration. Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Medical Marijuana Portal Complia’s Industry Portal is where all new patients will have to register and fill out the “New Patient Application”. This is also where you will go to renew your card, update your information, and to report stolen or lost cards. For more information on how to become a registered patient or caregiver, visit the Montana Department of Health and Human Services website.
Unfortunately, not at this time. Montana regulations do not honor reciprocity from any other state. However, as of January 1, 2022 you will be able to purchase recreationally if you are over 21.
First, click the “Order Online” tab in the main navigation bar above and choose the Bloom nearest you.
It's on a rolling 30-day cycle basis. For example when you buy your first ounce on July 1st, your monthly limit starts. Even if you don't purchase your full 5 ounces in that 30 days it will fully reset 30 days after your first purchase.
You are allowed to possess up to one ounce of cannabis or the equivalent of cannabis-infused products at a time.
Patients may purchase up to one ounce of cannabis or the equivalent of cannabis-infused products at a time in a 24 hour period.
Your provider may only sell you cannabis after your MMMP registry card has been received. Any brand new patient or patient who's card has been expired for more than 30 days that is getting added to the system after submitting their application on mycomplia will receive a temporary card so they can purchase cannabis while they wait for their official MMMP card to be mailed out. This is what is stated on a temporary card- "This temporary card expires 60 days after your application date OR five (5) business days after your application is approved OR immediately upon application denial. Emails are sent automatically when status of your application changes."
You may NOT take your Cannabis or Cannabis-Infused products out of the state.
You may NOT use your Cannabis or Cannabis-Infused products in a public space where it is prohibited.
You may NOT divert your Cannabis or Cannabis-Infused products to others, including other registered cardholders.
Your card must be renewed annually, before the expiration date, to remain in good standing. (We suggest making an appointment for renewal 30-45 days before your card expires).
Keep your MMMP registry card in your possession at all times. You must have your card with you for every purchase.