Marijuana Laws in Perris, California

At Strains Dispensary in Perris, CA, we strive to be an excellent corporate and social citizen by following all of California’s laws and regulatory standards. Not only do we remain diligent with our compliance efforts, but we also encourage all of our customers, recreational and medical alike, to adhere to California’s laws. Whether they are regarding purchasing, growing, or transporting cannabis. 

How Much Cannabis Can I Grow?

Under California law, 21-year-old adults can grow up to six cannabis plants for personal use. The cannabis plants must be growing in a secure area indoors; growing more than 6 cannabis plants is a violation of the law and can end in arrest. 

Medical growers are afforded slightly more plants by the provision that they can grow up to 6 mature cannabis plants and up to 12 immature plants. Also of importance is the provision for medical growers that they can cultivate additional plants as needed with a doctor’s recommendation.

How Much Cannabis Can I Purchase?

California regulates the amount of cannabis that can be purchased, where it can be bought, and who is approved to sell it. Here is an overview of California’s cannabis purchasing laws: 

Buyers are limited to the amount of cannabis that can be purchased as well- 28.5 grams of plant material or 8 grams of concentrated cannabis.

Buyers must be at least 21 years old to purchase any cannabis products for both recreational and medical purposes.

How Much Cannabis Can I Transport?

Laws and regulations guiding the transport of cannabis vary according to medical or recreational use. However, the general guideline for transportation aligns with purchasing and possession laws. Most users are limited in transport by the legal amount that they can purchase and possess – 28.5 grams of flower or 8 grams of concentrate per person.

Any transportation of cannabis for the reason of sale is prohibited without a license. There are caregiver possession and transportation exceptions made for medical cannabis- whereby caregivers are permitted to purchase, possess, and transport medical cannabis to a patient.

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