Traveling to North Dakota, or do you live there and still don’t get the laws? We feel your pain, so we searched the web for you and pulled together the cannabis laws for consumers in North Dakota.
Please note that laws are consistently changing and although we work hard to keep this information as up to date as possible we suggest checking with the state’s government site as well.
Patients must always carry their medical cards on them if they are carrying cannabis. As a patient you can possess up to 3 ounces of non-smokable medical cannabis.
If you are certified to purchase cannabis flower you can legally possess 2.5 ounces within a 30-day period.
If you are caught with cannabis and are not a medical card holder you can face large fines and jail time.
Patient’s allowed amount of cannabis products is set by their doctor. Patients are allowed to purchase the legal limit of non-smokable cannabis or flower within a 30-day period.
Patients must have a specific certification from their physician in order to legally purchase cannabis flower. Otherwise, patients are only allowed to purchase cannabis infused tinctures, capsules, patches, or topical. Edible are prohibited
You can legally consume cannabis on private property out of view from the public.
It is not allowed to consume cannabis on any federal or public land, in a parked or moving vehicle, and in workplaces. If you are caught consuming in public you could face heavy fines.
It is illegal to grow cannabis in North Dakota.
If you are found guilty of driving under the influence of usable cannabis you will face DUI charges and penalties, even if you are a medical patient.
As a patient you can legally transport cannabis within the legal limits. It’s best to keep it in your trunk or out of the reach of passengers.
Moving cannabis across state lines is illegal and can result in a steep penalty if you’re caught.
It is also illegal to ship or send it in the mail.
Cannabis is still illegal on the federal level so it is always a risk if you decide to fly with it.
You can use your medical card in another state if that state has medical marijuana reciprocity.
North Dakota doesn’t offer reciprocity.
Not sure how to get your Medical Marijuana Card? We’ve partnered with Veriheal to bring you a simple and seamless way to see if you qualify and chat with a doctor right from the comfort of your own home.