Michiganders legalized medical cannabis in 2008, and recreational cannabis has been sold in Michigan since 2019. These days, Michigan residents 21 years of age or older can buy whichever cannabis products they like from recreational shops, but product selection in Michigan is behind other states, and weed prices in Michigan remain relatively high.

In this guide, learn about the best cannabis products and dispensaries in the Great Lakes State. At the end, find answers to common Michigan weed questions.

Best THC products in Michigan

The Michigan recreational THC market is dominated by out-of-state cannabis giants. Offering increased product quality and lower prices compared to less-established competitors, the four best cannabis brands currently available in Michigan are STIIIZY, Select, Wyld, and Cookies.


STIIIZY was one of the first out-of-state cannabis brands to stake its claim on the newly minted Michigan recreational weed market. This brand’s vapes are now beloved throughout the Great Lakes State mainly due to the reliability of STIIIZY vape products combined with STIIIZYs comparatively low pricing.


Curaleaf subsidiary Select is one of the biggest names in American cannabis. Personifying the corporate underbelly of the national cannabis industry, Select offers acceptable quality for prices that are just slightly too high. Compared to less reliable competitors, though, Select at least provides a consistent experience every time.


A preeminent manufacturer of cannabis gummies and other edibles, Wyld has made a point of ingratiating itself into every corner of the domestic cannabis market—even CBD. Wyld gummies are available throughout Michigan at reasonable prices, and they do the job even if Wyld could invest a bit more care into its ingredient choices.


California native Cookies is beloved for its mid-tier THC flower and pre-rolls. Accompanied by a swagged-out apparel brand, Cookies has become a household name nationwide, and Cookies products are as ubiquitous in Michigan as they are in every other state this brand has crossed off its expansion map.

Where to buy weed in Michigan

A few different services offer cannabis delivery in major Michigan metropolises, but residents of the state’s more rural areas will need to buy their weed in person. If you live near Detroit, Ann Arbor, or Grand Rapids, these are the best dispensaries to choose whether you’re buying on Eaze or making the drive:

Best dispensaries in Detroit

Joyology in the Detroit suburb of Wayne has been one of the city’s most reliable names in cannabis ever since you still needed a medical card to buy weed in Michigan. Located at 38110 Michigan Ave, Wayne, MI 48184, this dispensary stays well-stocked in popular Michigan THC products like:

Also of note is PUFF in Hamtramck. Located at 11941 Joseph Campau Ave, Hamtramck, MI 48212, this dispensary has one of the widest product selections found in Detroit. Products bought for delivery on Eaze in the Detroit area are often fulfilled by either Joyology or Puff.

Best dispensaries in Ann Arbor

High Profile in Ann Arbor is the best dispensary in Michigan east of Detroit. Supplying the Ann Arbor area with high-quality cannabis from around the country, High Profile is well-known for its particularly wide selection of products from Wyld and Select. This dispensary is located at 617 Packard St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

Best dispensaries in Grand Rapids

Exclusive is the largest and most popular dispensary in Grand Rapids. With locations throughout the Great Lakes State, rely on Exclusive for consistent product selection and excellent customer service. You can find Exclusive Grand Rapids at 2350 29th St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508.

Weed in Michigan FAQ

1. Is weed legal in Michigan?

Yes, both medical and recreational cannabis are legal in Michigan. Adults 21 years of age or older can possess up to 2.5 ounces of high-THC cannabis flower on their person, and they can store up to 10 ounces of flower at home. You can legally give away up to 2.5 ounces of weed in Michigan, and you can grow up to 12 cannabis plants total either inside or outdoors. 

2. Can you grow weed in Michigan?

Yes, adults can legally grow up to 12 cannabis plants in their homes in Michigan. Growing 12-24 plants is a civil infraction, and even cultivating up to 200 cannabis plants is just a misdemeanor. Michigan has some of the most relaxed personal cultivation rules of any state that has legalized recreational cannabis so far.

3. Where can I buy recreational weed in Michigan?

Recreational cannabis is sold to adults 21 years of age or older at dozens of dispensaries spread across Michigan. Many of these dispensaries offer order pickup and delivery options, and the major multi-state cannabis delivery platform Eaze recently set up shop in the Great Lakes State.  

4. Are weed prices in Michigan high?

Yes, cannabis prices in Michigan remain higher than the national average. They are much lower than prices in neighboring Illinois, though, which holds the distinction of having the nation’s priciest weed. Expect to pay $45 – $60 for a decent eighth of THC flower of 1G concentrate product in Michigan.

5. How much weed can you buy in Michigan?

In Michigan, you can buy up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis flower and 15 grams of concentrate at a time. That 15-gram limit remains the same for home possession of cannabis concentrate, but the state of Michigan is fine with you stashing up to 10 ounces—more than half a pound—of cannabis flower at home at any given time.

6. How much weed can you carry in Michigan?

In the state of Michigan, you can possess up to 2.5 ounces of high-THC cannabis flower and 15g of concentrate on your person at any given time. Don’t carry any more than this designated upper limit of THC possession if you want to avoid issues with law enforcement, but rest assured that penalties for over-possession of cannabis are very mild in Michigan.

7. How do I know when to harvest outdoor cannabis in Michigan?

Amateur cannabis cultivation in Michigan has exploded in popularity since 2019. In Michigan as in the rest of the northern hemisphere, it’s best to harvest outdoor-grown cannabis in the first two weeks of October. Test your buds before harvesting to confirm they have reached maximum potency for the specific strain you’re growing.

8. Do they sell the same weed in Michigan, California, and Nevada?

Generally speaking, you can find lots of cannabis products made in California in both Nevada and Michigan. The epicenter of medical cannabis for decades, California has an excellent legacy cannabis industry, leading to the expansion of California cannabis producers throughout the country. Examples of popular THC cannabis brands found in California, Nevada, and Michigan alike include STIIIZY, Kiva Confections, and Cookies.

9. Does Eaze deliver in Michigan?

Yes, Eaze cannabis delivery is now available in major Michigan cities like Detroit and Grand Rapids. Popular California cannabis delivery platform Eaze announced the launch of its Michigan operations in October 2021, and buying weed on Eaze is currently one of the best ways to order cannabis for delivery in Michigan.