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I have a friend that is getting their card. I have grown in the past but not for a couple years. They would like me to be their caregiver and am happy to help. My question is, can I purchase marijuana at a dispensary and/or compassion club for my patient until I get a viable crop up and going??? Or am I stuck buyin it off the street till then.

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Read the law. You can Acquire from anybody, anyplace, in the State of Michigan.

 

It may or not be illegal for people/places to sell to you.... but, legal for you to buy.

 

Patient come first, why it is legal to buy anywhere within Michigan's boundries.

 

 

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that is the the law how ever,its not good to mix legal with illegal i think that will damage us in the long run,i called a few msp post and they said that if the meds that you bought didnt have a lable to where it came from or we cant say where it came from, in most cases they will take it.we have to remember,they dont keep up on thier laws like they should,its new to them.so they may react in the law different than its writen.but yes i would go to a dispesary to help my patients,but not a illegal sorce.my patient is worth more than dicth weed.be safe

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Hello,

Does anyone know of any medical marijuana dispensaries in the Kalamazoo area? I am the caregiver for my son and have just begun growing my first crop, hoping I don't kill them somehow. In the meantime, I am wondering if anyone in the area has started a dispensary?

 

Thanks

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I'm afraid that without sources other than legal sources we will never have enough cannabis to go around. This community is not presently able to fulfill the needs that are already in place, and we likely won't be able to supply that for at least a couple of years. I see nothing wrong with our obtaining our necessary meds wherever possible. You will need to be cautious of getting bunk, or stuff that is grown improperly for the medical user. I know, the popo has their own way of seeing this, it is our duty to inform them of the law, and for them to abide by the rules. Just because they state that they will take the meds that are 'improperly labelled' does not make them right. The MDCH has been told by a group of state representatives and Senators that it is their (MDCH's) job to make sure that local and state police are informed of how this law is supposed to be working...let's see if they change tactics when they recieve that notice...

As far as using dispensaries goes, use caution, they too are skirting some of the legal issues involved, and could be where popo will be watching all that come and go from these places. We have not seen any busts resulting from using these outlets, thusfar, but that doesn't make them safe, yet! And that is only "as far as I know". We should all, in our dealings, use methods similar to what we used prior to the law change...use precaution, stealth, and most of all, KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT, about all of this. The less attention that you bring to yourself, the safer you, and your patients will be...Peace...j.b.

 

 

that is the the law how ever,its not good to mix legal with illegal i think that will damage us in the long run,i called a few msp post and they said that if the meds that you bought didnt have a lable to where it came from or we cant say where it came from, in most cases they will take it.we have to remember,they dont keep up on thier laws like they should,its new to them.so they may react in the law different than its writen.but yes i would go to a dispesary to help my patients,but not a illegal sorce.my patient is worth more than dicth weed.be safe

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I did for years...then I realized that I could grow a much better product in my own backyard, with very few hassles...and I haven't purchased street weed since...

 

The major problem with going back to the way we operated prior to having a card is that we'll be forced to "take it, or leave it". The quality of 'street' weed is not the best, the medicinal value is not the best, and we never know what might be mixed in with the meds. That is why it is so important that we have both P/P and C/C transactions available in the present law. As far as my reading has told me, both types of transactions are totally legal, the law is rather plain in this aspect, regardless of what some lawyers are saying...the word "transfer" is written in the law, as a legal right...

 

Did you buy weed before having a card...?

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I did for years...then I realized that I could grow a much better product in my own backyard, with very few hassles...and I haven't purchased street weed since...

 

The major problem with going back to the way we operated prior to having a card is that we'll be forced to "take it, or leave it". The quality of 'street' weed is not the best, the medicinal value is not the best, and we never know what might be mixed in with the meds. That is why it is so important that we have both P/P and C/C transactions available in the present law. As far as my reading has told me, both types of transactions are totally legal, the law is rather plain in this aspect, regardless of what some lawyers are saying...the word "transfer" is written in the law, as a legal right...

 

Understandable, and I'll argue the quality not being up to par, each dealers going to have different stuff, I have had no problems finding medical quality trees in the last I don't know how many years, its few and far between but its out there. Here's my stance on it, your patient needs meds, how you get him those meds aren't anybodies business but yours and his. What LEO doesn't know won't ever hurt them, be smart and cautious but do what you have to do.

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Thanks guys for all the great info!! This is exactly why I wanted to do this, I love the way everyone here is so willing to help out in any way they can. When It comes down to it, the patients needs are first, and I just want to make sure they get what they need and are entitled to. Thanks again everyone!

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Hello,

Does anyone know of any medical marijuana dispensaries in the Kalamazoo area? I am the caregiver for my son and have just begun growing my first crop, hoping I don't kill them somehow. In the meantime, I am wondering if anyone in the area has started a dispensary?

 

Thanks

we're in battle creek----we get lots of paitents from the zoo, come on down, paperwork is good with receipt--tucker

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