Be sure to bring your medical marijuana card and a state-issued ID in order to purchase medical marijuana products. Most forms of government identification are accepted.
Recreational (in states where it is legal)
You need a state-issued ID to purchase marijuana products. Most forms of government identification are accepted.
Due to federal banking regulations, we do not accept credit cards. We accept cash and have ATMs at each location. We encourage our patients and guests to plan ahead.
Taxes on medical and recreational purchases vary by state. Additional taxes may include municipal or county taxes.
If stored correctly, marijuana can retain its potency for months. Always be sure to follow the storage instructions provided on the product. However, edible products may be perishable depending upon the ingredients. Always be sure to follow the storage instructions provided on the product.
Even though medical and recreational marijuana is legal in certain states, cannabis is still an illegal controlled substance under federal law. You could be arrested and/or possibly face criminal charges if you cross state lines with marijuana products.
It is never safe to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of marijuana. It is illegal to operate, navigate, or be in actual physical control of any motor vehicle, aircraft, or motorboat while under the influence of marijuana. Nothing in state law prevents the arrest or prosecution of an individual for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of marijuana. Anyone who refuses a properly requested test related to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of marijuana can face criminal charges.
Transporting marijuana in your motor vehicle is permitted if the cannabis is in a secured, odor-proof, child-resistant container and inaccessible during transport and you are:
Marijuana cannot be used in a motor vehicle.
The law prohibits smoking marijuana in any public place or any other place where smoking is prohibited. The law prohibits using or possessing marijuana in a private residence that is used at any time to provide licensed childcare, foster care or other similar social service care on the premises.
Please note, this is not an all-inclusive list of prohibited activities for the possession or use of marijuana. Please refer to your local state laws for a comprehensive list.
Yes, employers are allowed to test for marijuana.