Any state licensed patient may shop in the store. If patient is under 18-years of age, the patients legal guardian must accompany the patient.
The Division has issued a point of clarification for out-of-state patients shopping in our stores. The states that Nevada honors are: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
Yes. Nonresident patients with unexpired MM cards and Passports CAN purchase in Nevada dispensaries.
They can, but only if their second government-issued photo ID is NOT a Nevada-issued DL or ID. U.S. Passports indicate state of birth, not residence. They ARE an acceptable government-issued photo ID. A Nevada resident with a California MM card can purchase in a Nevada dispensary if they use their Passport as the second ID.
It depends on the state, and the regulations. Currently, Arizona, Delaware, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire and Rhode Island allow patients from other states to use marijuana, but generally not buy it.
By State law, no cannabis products may be opened or consumed while on store property, which includes the parking lot.
Cash, debit and credit cards.
At this time only in-store purchases may be made. You can, however, call in to place an order for pickup at our location.
Patients can buy up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis every two weeks. When the recreational laws take effect, users will be able to purchase up to 1 oz of flower or up to 1/8th oz of concentrate at one time.
NO. Cannabis, and products containing cannabis, may only be sold by licensed retailers in Nevada.
Sorry, What’s purchased here stays here.
Yes, patients can grow up to 12 plants if they register the address of where they’re growing and list all the occupants with the state. Patients who live within 25 miles of a medical marijuana dispensary will not be allowed to grow their own marijuana without a special exemption from the state. Patients who are cultivating specific strains of cannabis not provided by a local dispensary may continue to engage in the home cultivation of such strains.
The law prevents the state from requiring retail marijuana stores to acquire or record personal information about consumers (other than the kind of information you would normally share when you go to buy liquor). This means that, even though the purchase itself will be tracked, the tracking won’t contain information about the individual customers. However, a person can only legally possess up to an ounce of marijuana or 1/8 of an ounce of concentrated marijuana at any given time. If someone were to make two separate purchases of an ounce of marijuana, and they were in possession of both ounces, they would be violating the law.
The law allows people 21 or older to give up to an ounce of marijuana or 1/8 of an ounce of concentrated marijuana to another person 21 or older. However, there can be no money exchanged for the gift and it can’t be advertised or promoted to the public.
No. As it stands right now, under Nevada Revised Statute 453A, they are not permitted to do this.
People can only consume marijuana on private property (and as long as the property owner hasn’t prohibited it).
No. This would be considered public consumption, which is illegal.
Nothing in the law has changed with regard to employee/employer rights. Employers can still institute and enforce drug policies, as well as test for marijuana use. Employees should know what their employers’ policies are before choosing to consume marijuana.
First, It’s important to remember that marijuana affects everyone differently. That’s why it’s important to establish what’s called a “baseline” – that is, consuming a minimum amount and then gauging how it makes you feel and how effective that dosage is in treating your illness. For edibles, start with 5-10 grams. For flower, begin with 1 or 2 draws. It is important that you do not consume more than this while establishing your initial baseline. Write down your dosages and their effects so you can track your dosages responsibly over time.
Went there today with my husband for the 1st time, this was also my 1st experience in a dispensary, so I didn't really know what to expect. Staff was friendly and was actually really patience with us. The quality of the product was good. It's not really crowded if you are looking to avoid lines. I would return.
Hidden gem in NLV. no wait at all. I am very happy with their products. I will return.
Very friendly staff. Sabrina was very helpful and made my experience a great one. Will definitely be coming back.