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Florida OMMU Update: THC Limits

By Danyal Swan August 26, 2022

The Florida OMMU will be updated August 29, 2022, in compliance with section 381.986(4)(f), which states that “The department [of Health] shall quantify by rule a daily dose amount with equivalent doses for each allowable form of marijuana dispensed at medical treatment centers." In order to calculate an individual's 70-day supply limit under law (with exceptions) these rules have been published as Emergency Rule 64ER22-8 Dosing and Supply Limits For Medical Marijuana.

Here's how the dosing breaks down:

Edibles THC Limits

Maximum per day: 60mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 4,200mg THC

Inhalation (Vaporization) THC Limits

Maximum per day: 350mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 24,500mg THC

Oral (Capsules, Tinctures) THC Limits

Maximum per day: 200mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 14,000mg THC

Sublingual (Sublingual Tinctures) THC Limits

Maximum per day: 190mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 13,300mg THC

Suppository THC Limits

Maximum per day: 195mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 13,650mg THC

Topical (Creams, Gels) THC Limits

Maximum per day: 150mg THC

70-Day Supply Limit: 10,500mg THC

Smokable Marijuana (Now Including Flower Cups) THC Limits

Maximum per day: 2.025 grams

70-Day Supply Limit: N/A*

*Smokable marijuana is measured in a rolling 35-day period, and cannot exceed 2.5 ounces per 35 days.

Note, in addition to the limits above, your total open order cannot exceed 24,500mg THC.

How To Update My Dispensation Allotments?

To request a change to the dispensation limits in a category you must reach out to your recommending physician and they will submit an electronic form called "Request for Exception" within the registry. They will help you update and decide how much it changes to and where those change requests can be made. Until the new dispensation allotment has been approved you must follow the current state approved limits.

Contact your recommending physician for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions About OMMU Updates

How Can I Request More Milligrams?

Your recommending physicians can request limits outside those defined by 64ER22-8 through the electronic form “Request for Exception” within the Registry. Until the state’s approval of the additional milligrams, the limits defined by the Emergency Rule must be followed by the patient.

Contact your recommending physician for more information.

What Does This Rule Mean?

This Emergency Rule defines how many milligrams per 70-day period Florida medical cannabis patients may purchase by daily dose. Each consumption method has its own daily dose, with maximum dispensed mg per 70-day period.

What Past Emergency Rules has the OMMU Enacted?

The OMMU has established a host of Emergency Rules throughout the program’s history, including, Emergency Rule 21-94, which temporarily allowed MMJ card renewals to take place via Telehealth. You can stay up to date on OMMU updates at their website, Know the Facts MMJ, as well.

How Can I Get Emails from the OMMU?

To be notified from the OMMU, ensure that your email address in your OMMUR Profile is correct!

How Do I Contact the OMMU with Questions or Concerns?

You can fill out a question form or complaint form on their website, or reach them by:

  • Phone at
    850-245-4657 or 800-808-9580
  • Mail, regarding your application at
    Office of Medical Marijuana Use
    PO Box 31313
    Tampa, FL 33631-3313
  • Mail, regarding other details at
    Department of Health
    Office of Medical Marijuana Use
    4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin M-01
    Tallahassee, FL 32399

Ask Your Cannabis Advisor or Patient Care for Help

If you have questions about how Emergency Rule 64ER22-8 will impact you and your MMJ routine, don’t hesitate to reach out to your Cannabis Advisor or our Patient Care Team. They are here to guide you throughout the process, tailoring your medicating needs to your monetary and mg budget, including through this update.

Content Manager for MÜV Florida and Contributor for Zen Leaf Dispensaries. A cannabis connoisseur with a passion for explaining the miraculous possibility of the plant, Swan began her journey with cannabis as a recreational user and quickly realized its positive impact on her depression and severe anxiety. She joined the cannabis industry as Receptionist and MedTender and witnessed first-hand the immense potential of the plant for a wide variety of ailments, deepening her passion for alternative medicine. Swan is dedicated to self-education on the plant and sharing its potential with all. She holds a Journalism degree from the University of Iowa.

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