Yes, as long as the person you are giving it to is age 21+ and you do not receive any form of payment in exchange.
No, you can only purchase cannabis at a licensed dispensary.
No. By federal law, it is illegal to travel outside of state lines by any method of transportation (car, bus, bike, boat, foot, etc) with any amount of cannabis. All cannabis bought in Illinois must be stored and consumed in Illinois.
No. That is against federal law. Visitors over the age of 21 may consume cannabis while in Illinois under certain conditions. They can possess:
- 15 grams of cannabis flower
- 2.5 grams of cannabis concentrate (oils, dab, or kief)
- 250 milligrams of THC within cannabis-infused products (including edibles or tinctures)
Illinois residents over the age of 21 can possess (cumulative):
- 30 grams (about an ounce) of cannabis flower
- 5 grams of cannabis concentrate (oils, dab, or kief)
- 500 milligrams of THC within cannabis-infused products (including edibles or tinctures)
No. Dealers are not regulated, meaning you have no way of knowing what you’re actually buying.
A single dose is considered 10mg of THC. However, everyone reacts differently, so start withless than 10mg if you do not use cannabis regularly.
Like alcohol, you can legally use adult use cannabis when you turn 21.
Like with alcohol, adults aged 21 and up will be expected to provide proof of identification, e.g. – a government issued i.d.
Cannabis can only be purchased from authorized dispensaries. People cannot legally sell any amount of marijuana to anyone.
Only medicinal marijuana card holders can grow cannabis, with a 5-plant limit. Non-medical users may not grow any amount of marijuana, under any circumstances.
Buying weed online or through the mail will still be illegal in Illinois, whether that’s within the state or across state boundaries.