Under current California regulations, stores can sell only one ounce of cannabis, 8 grams of concentrate, and six immature plants daily to recreational users. Medical users can purchase up to 8 oz. of cannabis and 12 plants daily. Cannabis products such as tinctures, capsules and topicals are limited to a maximum of 1,000 mg per package for the adult-use market, but patients can purchase products containing up to 2,000 mg of THC per package.
Under Prop. 64, Californians can grow up to 6 plants for their personal use (per parcel, not per person). Local jurisdictions may ban outdoor cultivation, but may not ban growing 6 plants indoors or in a “secure” location (they can, however, “reasonably regulate” it). Patients with a doctor’s recommendation can still grow more plants if needed, provided their local jurisdictions will allow it. Also, there are protections for parental rights for medical marijuana patients in Prop. 64 (not recreational users).