Out Of State

Please note that the marijuana and marijuana products available to patients in Maine may differ substantially from those products available and authorized for use in the visiting patient's state of residence.

These differences include the form, concentration, and CBD minimum and THC maximum content allowable in marijuana and marijuana products under Maine's Medical Use of Marijuana Program: it is the sole responsibility of the visiting patient to confer with their prescriber, caregiver, or dispensary staff to determine the appropriate marijuana or marijuana product and appropriate dosage to address the visiting patient's needs, and to comply with any limitations imposed by their state of residence on the form, type, quantity, or delivery method for medical marijuana they are authorized to purchase or possess. A qualifying visiting patient may purchase up to 2.5 ounces of a combination of medical marijuana and marijuana products every 15 days while visiting the sate.

The following states have provided the Office of Marijuana Policy with sufficient information to allow qualified medical marijuana patients visiting Maine to use their state-issued medical marijuana patient credential to obtain medical marijuana while visiting Maine:

Patients who are residents of these states may purchase from a registered dispensary or caregiver medical marijuana and/ or marijuana products while visiting Maine, subject to the limitations imposed by the laws and rules of the State of Maine the laws and rules of their state of residence. The list is subject to change.

Nothing contained in the summary shall be construed as legal advice nor may any visiting patient purchase marijuana for medical use if prohibited by their state of residence. Maine registered caregivers and dispensaries may refuse to provide medical marijuana to any visiting patient whose credentials are suspect or otherwise insufficient to determine whether the visitor is a qualified patient in their jurisdiction of residence.

Please note: electronic versions of a patient's credentials are not accepted, actual state-issued documents in hand are required.