In Florida, there are limits to the amount of medical marijuana that a patient can use and purchase. These limits are designed to ensure that patients have access to the medication they need while also preventing the diversion of medical marijuana for non-medical use.
Under Florida law, patients are allowed to purchase and possess up to a 70-day supply of medical marijuana. The exact amount will depend on the patient’s physician recommendation, which is based on their individual medical condition and needs.
Additionally, patients are limited to purchasing no more than 2.5 ounces of smokable medical marijuana every 35 days. There are no limits on the purchase of other forms of medical marijuana, such as oils, tinctures, edibles, and concentrates.
It’s important for patients to keep these limits in mind when purchasing medical marijuana in Florida, and to ensure that they do not exceed their recommended dosage or purchase amounts. Patients should always follow their physician’s instructions regarding dosage and administration, and should report any concerns or issues to their physician.