We are located at 321 E Liberty in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Our nearest cross streets are S.Division & 5th Avenue.
We have free parking on site!
No, we do not provide seeds or clones at this time.
Yes, all of our products (flower, concentrates, and edibles) are tested by PSI Labs, an accredited medical marijuana testing facility.
To obtain your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card, you must go to the following website: http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-72600_72603_51869—,00.html and print out a copy of the MMMp Application Packet. This packet contains three forms: a checklist, The Patient Information Form, and a Physician Certification Form. Fill out the Patient Information Form and take the Doctor Certification Form to your certified Michigan physician or a physician at a certification center, such as Pied Pfeifer Compassionate Care Clinic. After your Application Packet is completed, please send it priority mail to the address provided on your application as well as a $60 check or money order. In about 3 weeks, if approved, you will receive your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card in the mail.
We do not have a physician in our building, but we recommend patients visit Pied Pfeifer Compassionate Care Clinic, located at 2500 Packard St, Suite 102. Ann Arbor, MI 48104 and they can be contacted at 734.929.4230
We do not accept out of state medical cards at this time.
Unfortunately, the delivery of medical marijuana through the mail is illegal.
We do not provide a delivery service for medication; however, we do have Express Pickup for patients where you can call your order in for pick-up and it will be ready for you when you arrive to our building.
We have a large variety of medical marijuana products including:
We’re sorry, but new regulations mean we are unable to accept temporary paperwork.
LARA MMMP website writes: “If you submitted your application more than 5 weeks ago and have not received your registry ID card, please call (517)-284-6400 and select option #4”.
Michigan’s cannabis laws are complex and often changing. Although counties and cities may have different regulations, the state has produced several pieces of legislation that pertain to all of us.
To become a patient or caregiver, renew your cards, or change your registry information, you will need to fill out forms provided by Michigan’s LARA. There is even a form for a reduced application fee.
Is your card about to expire? Apply for a card renewal beforehand to continue medicating legally. This process is very similar to your original card application, but it is very necessary to protect yourself while carrying and consuming cannabis safely.