Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question? Need an answer? No problem. Here are some frequently asked questions about Bloom Montana and Medicinal Cannabis in Montana. In 2020, the state of Montana implemented an untethering program for all medicinal cannabis patients. This means that as a MMMJ cardholder you now have a choice to purchase your medication from any provider you so choose.
This is as it should be.
Our goal is to do everything within our power so that you will choose us for all your Medicinal Cannabis needs.

Is Medicinal Cannabis legal in Montana?

Absolutely. If you have a Medicinal Cannabis card because of a qualifying medical condition, it is 100% legal.

Do you need a card with you to purchase medical marijuana?

Absolutely. This is a state requirement and we physically have to hold your card and look at the front and back when you come in to purchase any marijuana product. If you are just purchasing accessories or CBD products that do not contain THC you do not need to have your card with you, but we recommend keeping your card with you at all times.

How do I obtain a Medicinal Cannabis card in Montana?

Bloom Montana will be happy to connect you with local doctors and clinics that are available to assist you with the process. Want help finding a doctor or clinic in your area?

PATIENT INFORMATION

Below are the conditions in Montana that may qualify a patient for a medical cannabis card. Please talk to your medical practitioner about whether medical cannabis is an appropriate treatment for you.

  • Chronic Pain
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Epilepsy or Intractable Seizure Disorder
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chron's Disease
  • HIV
  • PTSD
  • Immune Deficiency Syndrome
  • Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
  • Intractable Nausea or Vomiting
  • Painful Peripheral Neuropathy 
  • Central Nervous System Disorder
  • Admittance into Hospice Care

After you have gotten a referral from your doctor, you can go to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Medical Marijuana Portal and follow the instructions to the Complia site where you can register and manage your MMMP account. New cards are usually issued by the department within two weeks of registration. 

This site is where all new patients will have to register and fill out the “New Patient Application”. This is also where you will go to renew your card, update your information, and to report stolen or lost cards.


For more information on how to become a registered patient or caregiver, visit the Montana Department of Health and Human Services website.

If I have my medicinal cannabis card from another state, can I buy from Bloom?

No. Montana does not honor reciprocity from any other state.

How do I use the Online Ordering option?

First, click the “Order Online” tab in the main navigation above. You can then enter Bloom420 to access the page. Once you have gained access to the page, click the picture that corresponds to the shop in which you wish to place your order. This will redirect you to that store’s live menu feed where you can then create your account and begin placing online orders with any of our participating locations!


* Note: You will only be able to view the menus and order online if you currently have a valid Montana medical marijuana card.

What is the password to access online ordering?

The password is:

Bloom420

How does the 5 oz. a month limit work?

It's on a 30 day cycle basis. For example when you buy your first ounce on July 1st, your 30 days starts. Even if you don't purchase your full 5 ounces in that 30 days it will fully reset (August 1st).

Does Bloom Montana grow and produce its own medicine and products?

Unequivocally, YES.

Things to Know as a MMMP Cardholder in Montana:

  • You are allowed to possess up to one ounce of medicine at a time.
  • Your provider may only sell you up to one ounce of medicine at a time in a 24 hour period.
  • Your provider may only sell you medicine after your registry card has been received. Any new patient that is getting added to the system after submitting their application on mycomplia will receive a temporary card so they can purchase medicine while they wait for their card to be mailed out.  This is what is stated on a temporary card- "This temporary card expires 60 days after your application date OR five (5) business days after your application is approved OR immediately upon application denial. Emails are sent automatically when status of your application changes."
  • You may NOT take your medicine out of the state.
  • You may NOT use your medicine in a public space.
  • You may NOT divert your medicine to others, including other registered cardholders.
  • Keep your registry card in your possession at all times.
  • Your card must be renewed annually, before the expiration date, to remain in good standing. (We suggest making an appointment for renewal 30-45 days before your card expires).
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