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about us

Based in Montana’s beautiful Gallatin Valley, Medicine Creek Caregivers has been proudly serving Montana in various locations since 2014. Humble beginnings, a compassionate team and a vast trove of knowledge has solidified Medicine Creek Caregivers as a staple of the cannabis industry in Montana. In 2014, Taylor Limanek, CEO and founder had a vision to use his knowledge and passion for plant cultivation to provide his community with sustainably grown cannabis. Today this vision has grown to include an impressive 5 retail locations, various cultivation centers, and a state of the art extraction facility. Our experienced dispensary staff have extensive industry knowledge, and are beyond proud to offer a superior experience to any customer. Providing quality products at an affordable price has always been a priority for us. This priority evolved into a tradition and in turn, a commitment to our customers and communities we proudly serve. Medicine Creek Caregivers locations can be found in Bozeman, Billings, Butte Wolf Point and Ennis, Montana.

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When does recreational marijuana start in Montana?

HB 701 establishes January 1, 2022 as the starting date for legal cannabis sales in Montana. Home cultivation will still be allowed, but adults are now limited to two plants (up to four per household). The bill also appoints a special administrative judge and establishes a dedicated court process specifically to expedite expungements for individuals with prior low-level marijuana offenses on their records. Read a comprehensive summary of the legislation here.
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Can anyone buy cannabis at Medicine Creek?

Yes! Kind of. As of January 1st, 2022, anyone over the age of 21 with a valid (not expired) form of government issued ID can purchase cannabis from a licensed recreational dispensary.

Where can I consume Medical Cannabis?

Registered patients can consume their cannabis medicine in private. Consumption is not allowed on any school grounds, including buses, or on the grounds of any place of worship or correctional facility. Operating a vehicle, aircraft, or boat while under the influence is illegal.

What kind of marijuana products are right for me?

Start low and go slow. Sometimes, the effects of marijuana aren’t always immediately felt. Everyone responds differently. Methods of using marijuana can be discussed with a Medicine Creek representative to find a method that is comfortable for you. We are dedicated to helping you find the right balance of smokeable, vapable, edible, and concentrated products to fit your specific needs. But remember, the basic principle for consuming marijuana is “start low and go slow.” Marijuana has a wide margin of safety and there is a very limited risk of overdose. However, caution is warranted until you fully understand the effect that marijuana may have. Product types and consumption varies greatly among individuals.

What do I need to become a patient and how to do I sign up?

To become a medical marijuana patient in the state of Montana, you need to be an adult (18+) with a valid Montana drivers license and a debilitating condition that is recognised by the state. These conditions are can be found in the Qualifiying Conditions section below. After you have obtained medical documentation veryifying your condition, we can set you up with a doctor that will review your records and reccomend medical marijuana as a treatment.

What costs are involved?

The price may vary, but generally $125. We do not have any assocation with the doctor's office, so feel free to contact them with any questions - 406 589 5516. There is also a $30 state fee, which covers the processing of your card by the DPHHS. This fee must be paid when submitting your application.

What are the qualifying conditions for a medical marijuana card?

The following is a comprehensive list of qualifying conditions from the official Montana DPHHS Medical Marijuana webpage: - Cancer, glaucoma, positive status or human immunodeficiency virus, or acquired immune deficiency syndrome when the condition or disease results in symptoms that seriously and adversely affect the patient's health status; - Cachexia or wasting syndrome; - Severe chronic pain that is persistent pain of severe intensity that significantly interferes with daily activities as documented by the patient's treating physician intractable nausea or vomiting; - Epilepsy or an intractable seizure disorder; - Multiple sclerosis; - Crohn's disease; - Painful peripheral neuropathy; - A central nervous system disorder resulting in chronic, painful spasticity or muscle spasms; - Admittance into hospice care in accordance with rules adopted by the department; - Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; - Or any other medical condition or treatment for a medical condition approved by the legislature.


The Montana Department of Health and Human Services manages a confidential list of patients and caregivers with patient ID cards. This list is accessible ONLY by the Montana DPHHS, and local and state law enforcement ONLY under the circumstances of verifying an individual’s patient status. NOTE: Federal law enforcement agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service do not recognize Montana medical marijuana cards .

What can I buy and how much of it?

As a Montana Medical Marijuana Cardholder you will be able to buy 1 ounce (28.3 grams) of marijuana per day at our dispensary. Concentrates are equivalant to 1/8 oz

What are your hours?

We are open 10am-6pm Monday-Friday, and 10am-2pm Saturday.

Do you accept credit or debit cards?

No, but each location has an ATM with a $2.50 processing fee.