Maryland Marijuana Dispensary Info

Maryland currently has medical marijuana dispensary locations throughout the state.

The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has pre-approved 102 dispensary licenses — with the possibility of up to seven more — for a total of 109 licensed dispensaries. There are nearly 100 dispensaries that are operational in the state currently in the following cities:

BowieBrandywineBurtonsvilleCambridgeCamp Springs
Capitol HeightsCentervilleChevy ChaseCockeysvilleColumbia
CroftonCumberlandEdgewaterElktonEllicott City
MechanicsvilleMiddle RiverNew MarketNottinghamOcean City
RockvilleSalisburySilver SpringSolomonsStreet
SuitlandTakoma ParkTimoniumTowsonUpper Marlboro
WaldorfWestminsterWhite Plains  

Though Maryland has approximately 100,000 medical marijuana patients, there are still fewer than 100 dispensaries in the state. As a result, prices can run higher than the national average.

The good news, though, is prices are falling as more dispensaries and cultivation facilities continue to open. You can find products in Maryland for between $10-$15 per gram

Medical marijuana patients can possess up to 120 grams of flower marijuana and dispensaries are allowed to sell each patient the equivalent of 36 grams of THC per month.

Patients, parents, and legal guardians may apply to obtain registration from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission.  A patient, parent, or legal guardian must have a written certification issued to them by a registered practitioner prior to receiving to a medical marijuana card. You should go through the following steps:

  1. Find out if you qualify for the Maryland Medical Marijuana program.
  2. Create a profile on the Maryland medical marijuana patient registry and receive patient identification number.
  3. Get certified at Green Relief Health by providing your patient identification number and making a telehealth or in office appointment.
  4. Print and fill out your patient intake forms before your appointment.
  5. Visit our office and meet with our providers the day of your appointment.
  6. Once you are seen and certified, you may print your temporary MMCC card and use that in a licensed dispensary while you await your state issued card.
  7. Visit a dispensary to purchase medical marijuana products.
  • Cannabis Flower
  • Tinctures
  • Topicals
  • Edibles
  • Vape Oils
  • Concentrates