Ohio Marijuana FAQ’s

Frequently asked questions about medical marijuana, CBD, edibles, laws, recreational weed, travel & more:

Who Can Use Medical Marijuana?

  • Patients that have registered and been issued their MedCard.

Will I Be Allowed to Smoke Weed Once Qualified?

  • The law prohibits the use of medical marijuana by smoking or combustion, although does allows for vaping.

How much cannabis can I possess as a legal patient?

According to the Ohio Administrative Code, a patient or their caregiver can purchase  a 90 day supply of “whole day units”. A whole day unit is defined under state law as:

  • One-tenth of an ounce (2.83 grams) of plant material
  • 295 mg of THC contained in a patch, lotion, cream, or ointment
  • 110 mg of THC contained in an oil, tincture, capsule, or edible for oral administration
  • 590 mg of THC contained in oil for vaporization

For more information for the limits of how much can be possessed, check the state’s official medical marijuana quantity/possession limits here.

Can I use Medical Marijuana Anywhere?

  • Similar to all states, once legislative action is taken, Ohio medical cannabis card holders have to be responsible. It is important to remember that when smoking in public it may be assumed that you are using it for recreational use which is illegal on a Federal Level. Ohio medical marijuana card holders are advised to consume their medicine responsibly in the safety of their home or in a private residence.

Can I Take My Medical Marijuana to a Different State?

  • No. According to current laws patients who obtain a medical card should use medical marijuana in Ohio only. Medical marijuana patients may face federal and local charges of transporting marijuana if they cross state lines with the drug. This is true even if the states between which they are traveling allow medical marijuana. If you plan to travel with med marijuana, it would be best to contact the state’s Bureau of health to understand the exact laws of the state you are traveling to in order to not risk breaking the law.

What are the allowable forms of marijuana under Ohio law.

  • Cannabis products will be available in a variety of indica, sativa & hybrid strains in raw plant form. Processed MMJ will be available in CBD Oil Cartridges, THC Oil Cartridges for vape pens, tinctures, edibles, and transdermal patches.

I see CBD Oils, Edibles, Topicals, & Gummies for sale online, in commercials and signs at specialty shops around town, is CBD Oil legal Ohio?

  • Hemp CBD oil which is derived from the hemp plant is legal throughout the United States. That is what is being advertised and sold in stores and online. More & more people are embracing the cannabidiol lifestyle choice and as a preferred dietary supplement. You need a Ohio marijuana card to legally get the cannabis derived low-THC high-CBD medicines from a local dispensary.

 Will CBD get me high?

  • No. CBD is a product that has no THC if derived from hemp and very little if derived from cannabis and properly manufactured. THC is the chemical compound that creates the “high”. CBD products are available for patients that have a need for non-euphoric treatment.

What is the difference between CBD & THC?

  • Psychoactive Vs. Non-Psychoactive. THC creates a euphoric effect due to the way it connects to the bodies endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system has been recently recognized as an important modulatory system in the function of brain, endocrine, and immune tissues. Cannabidiol, or CBD reacts differently and is used with patients that require or prefer non euphoric care.

CBD for Pets, really?

  • Yes, CBD for Dogs, CBD for Cats, and CBD for pets in general is becoming a popular treatment for caring for pets that have arthritis, chronic pain and other ailments. The efficacy and safety of CBD for dogs, cats, and other pets have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA only evaluates foods and drugs, not supplements like these products.

Where can I get CBD for pets?

  • You can find CBD for pets online, at some pet stores, and at holistic shops.
  • Buy CBD for pets online by clicking here.

I Recently Read An Article That Recreational Weed Was Legal In Ohio. Is This True?

  • No. Recreational Marijuana and Recreational Dispensaries Are NOT LEGAL in Ohio – These Articles are Fake News.

Are THC Infused edibles allowed in OH?

  • Yes, marijuana edibles are legal in Ohio.

How Much Should I consume?

  • We are not doctors and do not give medical advise. Please consult with an licensed OH marijuana doctor before using.