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My wife has MS and applied for her card in April. She listed me as her caregiver but checked off the box stating that she can possess them. She did so mistakenly. My question then is; If I cannot grow plants for her but I am the caregiver listed, what can I do? Can I purchase from a dispensary to then give to her? What am I allowed to do if I cannot grow?

 

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My wife has MS and applied for her card in April. She listed me as her caregiver but checked off the box stating that she can possess them. She did so mistakenly. My question then is; If I cannot grow plants for her but I am the caregiver listed, what can I do? Can I purchase from a dispensary to then give to her? What am I allowed to do if I cannot grow?

 

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If she is your wife..I am assuming you live together?..the plants would be in your home..whats the issue here?

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If she is your wife..I am assuming you live together?..the plants would be in your home..whats the issue here?

Exactly. Just do your grow and send in a change form. In this situation, take special care that you have all the paperwork in order. Your intentions will be clear if your situation is 'challenged'. Be extra careful until your change form is received at MDCH and you have proof it was delivered.

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And to answer your other question. Yes you may aquire meds for her. You may assist her in the

medical use of her medical marijuana. Basically everything she can do except use the mmj yourself, unless of course you are a patient also then no worries. The main thing you cannot

do if you are not allowed to possess the plant is go to say a dispensary and pick up clones for her without her being present to physically possess the plants.

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