Cannabis FAQ2023-10-26T15:06:49-05:00


With nearly everything in the cannabis/cannabidiol world using acronyms like THC, CBG, CBN sometimes the cannabis world can be confusing. Here is our breakdown of the most frequently asked cannabis questions. 

Is cannabis legal federally?2023-10-26T15:01:17-05:00

Unfortunately, marijuana remains a Schedule I drug under federal law, meaning it is illegal, with limited exceptions, to grow, process, sell, or possess marijuana from a federal standpoint.

Can I grow cannabis plants?2023-10-26T14:58:58-05:00

Under Minnesota state law you are allowed to grow eight cannabis plants, of which four or fewer may be mature, flowering plants provided that it is in an enclosed, locked space that is not open to public view.

Is cannabis legal?2023-10-26T14:40:57-05:00

Yes! The new cannabis law legalizes the possession, use, manufacturing, and sale of certain cannabis products within the state.

Do I need a medical card?2023-10-26T14:42:37-05:00

No, although you do need to be 21 and provide proof of age.

How old do you have to be to purchase cannabis?2023-10-26T14:44:35-05:00

You MUST be 21 years of age and able to provide current proof of age in order to purchase and use ANY THC/CBD products.

What is THC/CBD/CBG/CBN2023-10-26T14:54:07-05:00

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) – Great for encouraging appetite, relaxant, psycho-active

CBD (Cannabidiol) – Great for insomnia, and chronic pain

CBG (Cannabigerol) – Great for fighting inflammation, pain, nausea

CBN (Cannabinol) – Great for aiding sleep, pain relief,

How much can I possess at one time?2023-10-26T14:56:17-05:00

According to LMC,
This law allows a person of 21 years of age or older to:

  • Use, possess, or transport cannabis paraphernalia.
  • Possess 2 ounces or less of cannabis flower in a public place.
  • Possess 2 pounds or less of cannabis flower in a person’s residence.
  • Possess or transport 8 grams or less of adult-use cannabis concentrate.
  • Possess or transport edible products infused with a total of 800 milligrams or less of tetrahydrocannabinol.
  • Give away cannabis flower and products in an amount that is legal for a person to possess in public.

The law authorizes an individual to use adult-use cannabis flower and adult-use cannabis products:

  • In a private residence including the individual’s curtilage or yard.
  • On private property, unless the owner of the property prohibits the use of the products.
  • On the premises of an establishment or event licensed to permit on-site consumption.


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