Cannabis FAQ

You’ve got questions, Aunt Mary has answers. Here are some of the most common questions we get from our customers. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, send us an email or give us a ring and we’ll be happy to help.

  • Order & Store
  • Medical
  • Recreational

Defective products can be exchanged within 10 days of purchase. Exchange must be presented with original packaging, no exceptions. Returns and exchanges are subject to manager discretion. All non-medicated products are FINAL SALE.

  • Cash – We have 3 ATMs on site

Medical cannabis is not taxed at the State level in New Jersey. Aunt Mary’s does not pass through the Borough of Flemington 2% medical tax. However, recreational purchases and any accessories or delivery devices will be charged at the New Jersey sales tax rate of 6.625% as well as a Borough of Flemington use tax of 2.0%

Not at this time

We do!

Curbside Directions

1. Park in the front 2 rows of stalls, directly in front of Aunt Mary’s (We cannot dispense to you via curbside if you are not in one of the parking spots)

2. Call the store (908) 257-0421 and let them know you have a Curbside Order. We will need your name for the order and the make, model, and color of your car

3 An Aunt Mary’s Associate will meet you at your car, Ask for your Valid Form of Id, Medical Card or Medical Caregiver Card to confirm the name on the order matches who is picking up, Review your order, confirm the total and collect payment (cash only at this time)

4. The Associate will return to the store and process the Recreational or Medical purchase

5 Associate will return to the customer’s vehicle and hand the Valid From of Id, Medical Card or Medical Caregiver Card back and then hand the customer their order and any change from purchase

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We currently offer:

  • In Store
  • Express Pickup
  • Curbside Delivery

The state requires that the dispensary be open to Medical Patients only for at least 14 hours each week at varying times. A dispensary that sells to a Recreational customer during those mandated hours faces citations and fines and can have their license revoked.

New Jersey does not recognize reciprocity for patients from other states so you cannot use your card for medical cannabis purchases in New Jersey. You can, however, purchase cannabis from a facility approved for adult use sales.

  1. Maintain a bonafide relationship with a physician who is registered with the New Jersey Division of Medicinal Marijuana (NJDMM).
  2. Be an New Jersey resident.
  3. Suffer from one or more of the 17 approved debilitating medical conditions.
  4. Have your doctor with whom you maintain a bonafide relationship with certify with the New Jersey Division of Medicinal Marijuana that you may receive medical cannabis to treat your condition.
    1. The doctor will do this online –
    2. The doctor will provide you (the patient) with a reference number.
  5. After you (the patient) attain the reference number from your doctor, you use it to register on
  6. After registering, the NJDMM will review the registration and contact you (the patient) via email (if approved) to pay the applicable fee
  7. After paying the fee, you (the patient) will receive your State issued patient card in the mail.
  8. You (the patient) do not need to activate your card, (although you may need to call the NJDMM to verify you received it). You can immediately call the ATC you registered with to make an appointment.

Patients can choose any ATC regardless of where they live. There is no cost to change your ATC registration and it does not require a new identification card, but patients can only be registered with one ATC at a time.

It is very important patients verify that your 30-60-90-180-365 day certification period, approved by your physician, is current and up to date. Expiration dates can be found on your profile by selecting the option to view 30-60-90-180-365 certification or by contacting your MMP approved physician.


If you choose to register with a new atc you must follow these instructions

  1. Go to NJMMP.NJ.GOV
  2. Select ‘Change ATC’
  3. Enter the information used to register along with your reference number (this is not case sensitive)
  4. Click the drop down box and select the ATC of your choice
  5. Click Save
  6. If successfully completed the following message will appear in red:
    “Your record was successfully updated with new ATC information.”

In your home or other private location. Cannabis may not be consumed in public and may not be consumed on Aunt Mary’s property.

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Yes! You can purchase cannabis products from New Jersey Licensed Dispensaries like Aunt Mary’s

We have a great assortment of all the major categories. From Flower to Edibles and Concentrates to Pre-Rolls and everything in between, you’ll find it at Aunt Mary’s.

In each transaction, dispensaries are allowed to sell up to the equivalent of 28.35 grams or 1 ounce of usable cannabis.
That means up to:
28.35 grams (1 ounce) of dried flower, or 4 grams of solid cannabis concentrates or resin, or the equivalent of 4 grams of concentrate in liquid form (solution in milliliters), or 4 grams of vaporized formulations (oil), or 1000 mg of multiple ingestible cannabis-infused products (10 100 mg packages) like gummies

All Recreational customers must be 21 years or older with a valid government ID, such as a Driver’s License or Passport.

Just a valid government ID, such as a Driver’s License or Passport. We’ll help you from there!

Absolutely. If you are 21 years or older with a valid government ID, such as a Driver’s License or Passport. you can purchase from our recreational menu. You just have to pay the applicable recreational taxes on top of the product.

There are a lot of reasons to purchase your cannabis at a legal dispensary like Aunt Mary’s: quality of the product, safety (all product has to pass testing), consistency, and of course our smiling, helpful faces.
Smoking cannabis products is strictly prohibited in public places in New Jersey unless specifically stated otherwise.
Impaired driving is illegal in New Jersey, and that definitely includes impairment from Cannabis. Law enforcement officers can make a cannabis DUI arrest if they observe impairment using a standard field sobriety test.