Frequently Asked Questions
1. Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or I.D. Card Issued by any U.S. State
2. Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or I.D. Card Issued by any Canadian Province
3. Valid Washington State Temporary Driver’s License
4. U.S. Armed Forces I.D. Card (Encrypted signature acceptable)
5. Merchant Marine I.D. Card (Issued by U.S. Coast Guard)
6. Official Passport
7. Washington State Tribal Enrollment Card (No expiration date required)
(2) If the health care professional determines that the medical needs of a qualifying patient exceed the amounts provided for in subsection (1) of this section, the health care professional must specify on the authorization that it is recommended that the patient be allowed to grow, in his or her domicile, up to fifteen plants for the personal medical use of the patient. A patient so authorized may possess up to sixteen ounces of useable marijuana in his or her domicile. The number of plants must be entered into the medical marijuana authorization database by the marijuana retailer with a medical marijuana endorsement and specified on the recognition card that is issued to the qualifying patient or designated provider.
(3) If a qualifying patient or designated provider with an authorization from a health care professional has not been entered into the medical marijuana authorization database, he or she may not receive a recognition card and may only purchase at a retail outlet, whether it holds a medical marijuana endorsement or not, the amounts established in RCW 69.50.360(see: recreational customer limits above). In addition, the qualifying patient or the designated provider may grow, in his or her domicile, up to four plants for the personal medical use of the qualifying patient and possess up to six ounces of useable marijuana in his or her domicile.
Phone: (360) 443-6988
Mon-Sun: 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Address: 4851 Geiger Rd SE, Port Orchard, Washington 98367