FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Fire Creek Provisioning Centers sell recreational cannabis at all of our locations. For exact products, please review their online menus or call for more information.

Fire Creek sells medical cannabis at all of our locations. For exact products, please review their online menu or call for more information.

Yes, both our Bay City and Battle Creek locations offer online ordering. Get started by clicking here.

Currently neither of the Fire Creek Provisioning Centers are offering delivery, stay tuned for updates.

Our Battle Creek location is open daily from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM.

Our Bay City location is open daily from 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM.

Our locations carry over 100 brands at any given time.

If you are looking for a specific brand or product, one of our experienced fire-tenders will be happy to help you.

We accepted cash, an ATM is on-site at both locates for credit and debit purchases.

Any state driver’s license, state identification card or passport will be accepted as a valid form of identification.

No, all of our locations have recreational options available for purchase.

Yes, our stores carry CBD products in many different forms such as lotions, capsules, tinctures and more.

Our patient care specialists will be able to inform you of deals and coupons.

Medical marijuana has a 2.5oz or equivalent per day limit.

Recreational marijuana has a 2.5oz or equivalent per transaction limit.

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Cannabis has been used for medical and therapeutic purposes for more than 5,000 years. In fact, it is one of the world’s most therapeutically versatile medicines. Due in part to extensive successful outcomes for medical cannabis patients, it has been legalized in many U.S. However, because cannabis is such a complex plant, most individuals require additional education to learn about its benefits.

Based on evidence from scientific research and the experiences of doctors, patients and others – the state of Michigan has concluded that medical cannabis may have benefits for patients seeking treatment for a variety of conditions.

Medical and recreational marijuana can be ingested in many ways including smoking (blunts and joints), vaping, topicals, edibles, capsules and others.

There are three primary types of marijuana, called strains: Indica, Sativa and a hybrid of the two.

Indica is best for nighttime use as it has a calming and relaxing effect. Benefits of this strain include mental and muscle relaxation, decreased acute pain, decreased nausea, increased appetite and more.

Sativa is best used for daytime use because of it’s energizing effect. Users can expect it to work for anxiety, depression, chronic pain and increased focus.

A hybrid is a cross between both Indica and Sativa. Effects and benefits will vary by the strain’s specific ratio.

Fire Creek’s experienced fire-tenders will help you choose the best strain to meet your unique cannabis needs and desires to ensure you always have a comfortable, elevated experience.

Our experienced and knowledgeable fire-tenders are ready to answer any questions and make recommendations to meet your unique cannabis needs.

Fire Creek Provisioning Centers offer both medical and recreational dispensaries in secure facilities that allow both customers to receive their product in a welcoming professional environment.

Medical patients and caregivers may shop at any of our locations. They must provide a valid state-issued ID and medical marijuana card upon arrival. No one else is permitted to enter medical-only locations other than registered employees attending the facility.

Recreational customers must be 21+ and provide a valid state-issued ID upon arrival.

Once inside, patients are greeted by one of our many qualified staff members who are trained to listen to your individual needs.

Cannabidiol (CBD) can be extracted from hemp or marijuana and is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it does not produce any type of “high.”

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana that gives you a “high” sensation. Both medical and recreational use of marijuana is legal in the state of Michigan.

Still have additional questions? Our team is here to help!

Please contact either of our Fire Creek Provision Center locations and one of our expert employees will be happy to help.