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Is it possible for two people to each be eachother's caregivers? I was asked this from a colleague of mine but I wasn't sure. Basically the two people in question are already each patients and caregivers. They each have 2 additional patients they care for and are interested in becoming eachother's caregivers as well. Is this legal and will the applications be approved? THanks!

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I don't think it would double your limits. You are still limited to a maximum of 72 plants and 15 ounces if you are maxed out. You wouldn't gain the other persons patients you wold only gain that one person as a patient. You would gain his plant count and medicine count but he would in turn gain yours. It would seem to be a safe way to transfer between the two of you.

 

The state will allow you to be a caregiver for up to five patients and have your own caregiver. I emailed them about this before.

 

My question to the state in email:

 

I would like to know if I am registered as a medical marihuana patient and have assigned someone else to be my caregiver would I still be able to be a caregiver for someone else? Would this have any effect on my current caregiver?

 

Their answer:

 

Yes, you can be a patient with a caregiver and also be a caregiver for up to five other patients.

Regards,

Melissa M. Peters

Medical Marihuana Program Coordinator

Health Regulatory Division, Bureau of Health Professions

517-373-0395

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I don't think it would double your limits. You are still limited to a maximum of 72 plants and 15 ounces if you are maxed out. You wouldn't gain the other persons patients you wold only gain that one person as a patient. You would gain his plant count and medicine count but he would in turn gain yours. It would seem to be a safe way to transfer between the two of you.

 

The state will allow you to be a caregiver for up to five patients and have your own caregiver. I emailed them about this before.

 

My question to the state in email:

 

I would like to know if I am registered as a medical marihuana patient and have assigned someone else to be my caregiver would I still be able to be a caregiver for someone else? Would this have any effect on my current caregiver?

 

Their answer:

 

Yes, you can be a patient with a caregiver and also be a caregiver for up to five other patients.

Regards,

Melissa M. Peters

Medical Marihuana Program Coordinator

Health Regulatory Division, Bureau of Health Professions

517-373-0395

sorry, didn't mean plant count but lets say you and your wife are patients. your limit is 2.5 each. if you are each others caregiver, your limits are now 5 each. 2.5 for you, 2.5 for your patient

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sorry, didn't mean plant count but lets say you and your wife are patients. your limit is 2.5 each. if you are each others caregiver, your limits are now 5 each. 2.5 for you, 2.5 for your patient

Ah yes u would be right. The only downside would be if in your example u and wife each found your four other patients you would have a plant counted of 60 each. But you could always change your cg back if needed. Plus most of us know that you can do a lot with 60 plants.

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