What are your hours of operation?

Our Michigan dispensaries are open every day, 10 AM-8 PM.

What payment methods does Timber accept?

Timber Cannabis Co provisioning centers accept cash only (for now). If you arrive without cash-in-hand, each location has an ATM on-premises.

What are Michigan’s cannabis purchasing limits?

Michigan law limits daily cannabis purchases to 2.5 ounces, including up to 15 grams of concentrate. 21+ adults with a valid, state-issued ID can possess 2.5 ounces of cannabis outside their homes provided it is in a concealed container. Within your home, you can possess up to 10 ounces of cannabis. Please click here for more information on Michigan cannabis purchasing limits.

Where can you consume medical or recreational cannabis?

21+ adults can consume medical and recreational cannabis products inside their homes or private residence. It is not legal to consume cannabis in public.

Do you need a medical cannabis card to purchase cannabis in Michigan?

Our customers aren’t required to carry a Michigan Medical Cannabis Card to purchase recreational products. Our customers must, however, provide a Michigan Medical Cannabis Card to purchase medical marijuana products.

How are you keeping customers and employees safe during the pandemic?

We’re taking the necessary steps to keep our community and employees safe. Please check back soon for our official COVID-19 protocols.

Can out-of-state shoppers purchase from Timber’s Michigan dispensaries?

Yes, out-of-state 21+ adult shoppers can purchase cannabis from Timber Cannabis Co dispensaries with a valid state-issued ID. Out-of-state 21+ adult shoppers with a valid government-issued Medical Cannabis Card can buy medical marijuana products from our provisioning centers.

Where can I apply for a Michigan Medical Cannabis card?

Click here to apply online for a Michigan Medical Cannabis Card.

What is your return policy?

We are unable to accept returns. Please get in touch if you receive a defective product.
Timber Cannabis Co, is a registered legal Michigan cannabis provisioning center. Visit CRA (Cannabis Regulatory Agency) to learn about legal processes, caregiver information, and how to become a Michigan medical cannabis patient or renew your card.

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