As of January 1, Colorado medical cannabis patients will be limited to purchasing up to eight grams of concentrate per day. The previous limit was 40 grams of concentrate daily.
A patient will be able to buy more than the daily limit if a doctor certifies that it’s medically necessary and they have a designated primary dispensary.
Dispensaries will also be required to provide educational materials to patients, including a pamphlet that will be distributed at the point of sale to provide guidance and warnings about the use of cannabis concentrates.
Medical cannabis businesses can not advertise directly to people aged 18 to 20, and any advertising for concentrates will have to include a warning about the risks of overconsumption.