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Becoming a Caregiver, Producer or Provider in Hawai'i
Patients may designate a caregiver to assist with acquiring, cultivating and using medical cannabis. A designated caregiver may cultivate a total of seven (7) live marijuana plants, regardless of the stage of maturity. Primary caregivers must register with the Department of Health. Every primary caregiver can only care for one qualifying patient at any given time. After December 31, 2018, no primary caregiver shall be authorized to cultivate marijuana for any qualifying patient.
The Director of Health shall grant medical marijuana dispensary licenses to allow dispensaries to produce, manufacture and dispense marijuana and manufactured marijuana pursuant to Haw. Rev. Stat. § 329D et. seq. Each medical marijuana dispensary license shall allow production, manufacture and dispensing of marijuana and manufactured products only in the county for which the license is granted.
Dispensaries may begin to dispense medical marijuana as early as July 15, 2016 with approval from the Department of Health. However, eight licensed dispensaries have not opened because state officials have yet to complete inspections of the facilities.
 HAR §§ 11-160-26, 27.
 HAR §§ 11-160 27.
 HAR §§ 11-160-26.
 HAR §§ 11-160-26.
 Haw. Rev. Stat. § 329-130.
 Haw. Rev. Stat. § 329D-2(c).
 Haw. Rev. Stat. § 329D-2(h).