Becoming a Caregiver, Producer or Provider in Hawaii
Patients may designate a caregiver to assist with acquiring, cultivating and using medical cannabis. A designated caregiver may cultivate a total of up to three mature marijuana plants and four immature marijuana plants (NOTE: on Jan. 1, 2015, the law changes so that patients or their caregivers may grow up to 7 live marijuana plants, regardless of the stage of maturity). Primary caregivers must register with the department of public safety. Every primary caregiver can only care for one qualifying patient at any given time.
Currently Hawaii law does not allow for the commercial sales or production of medical cannabis.