Marijuana Dispensaries

Colorado Marijuana Dispensaries Map

Marijuana Patients get their medical marijuana buds or edibles (aka medicine) from licensed Marijuana Dispensaries. Medical marijuana patients need to first get their cannabis card prescribed by a licensed physician. Fees and laws will vary, depending on which state you live in. Some cards can also be used in multiple states. Dispensaries act as pharmacies when dealing with marijuana as you will not find them at your local drug store, not until the Feds legalize it. Cannabis Dispensaries sell everything from top quality marijuana buds to Marijuana Edibles. If you are in the medical marijuana job market and you are looking for a job as a pharmacy dispensary technician, you may want to consider going to medical school or taking Dispensary Courses to get as much knowledge about the medicine as you can. The growers on the black market is also a great place to find medicine since the dispensaries have been known for being overpriced.

Marijuana Dispensaries Caregiver Laws

Knowing how medical marijuana dispensaries work is important when it comes to purchasing your medical pot. Once you have obtained your doctors prescription for your medical marijuana card, you now need to list someone or a specific dispensary as your caregiver. Each state has different laws when it comes to operating a dispensary and caregiver laws, therefore you should know the laws prior to choosing a dispensary to be your caregiver. In some states, marijuana dispensaries are only allowed to sell each patient a set amount of medicine each month. Some states like Arizona will allow medical dispensaries to sell only a few ounces a month per patient. When you list a dispensary or person as your caregiver, you are giving them the rights to grow a specific number of plants needed to supply your medicine, which has been decided by Licensed Physicians and State Laws. Most people are allowed 6 plants and 2-4 ounces. Keep in mind, that when choosing a Medical Dispensary you should ask a few questions. Where is their pot grown at? Is it clean and free of bugs, pesticides and mold? These are common problems in every Dispensary!

Benefits of Marijuana Dispensaries

There are many Benefits of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. Some of the most common are topics of the quality of the buds, prices, and locations of dispensaries. So many dispensaries grow their pot in large grow rooms or warehouses, allowing for more weight to be grown. The only problem with this method of growing pot is that when there are too many plants involved, the workload is typically too much for the growers. This results in plants receiving less individualized attention, lowering the plants quality of buds it produces. The benefit to the Dispensary Owners, is that they have large supplies of Medical Pot to keep their shelves stocked. Marijuana Dispensaries are almost always more expensive to purchase from due to the fact that they pay taxes, whereas most dealers that grow in small grow rooms don’t pay taxes. Marijuana Dispensaries also stock a large line of edibles as well as other marijuana related items (water pipes, pipes, joint rollers, vaporizer, etc).

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11 thoughts on “Marijuana Dispensaries

  • dizzle

    you need to contact your local county health dept. they will have all the locations and requirements you need in order to obtain your license to sell meds.

  • Aisha

    I’m just seeking information on how to attain license to sell weed in Michigan… I need a location to take the class…

  • Marcus

    Yeah I know now, its too much competition though. You got any advice on a good position or good place to start with joining the cannabis industry?

  • dizzle

    u can grow and sell at 18.

  • Marcus

    Hi, I’m 18 years old as well.. I really need to know if I can grow marijuana and sell to dispensaries or patients at my current age? I’ve decided to commit in the Cannabis Industry as a career to make my own business out of it. I wanted to enroll in the Cannabis Institute but I’ve heard you have to be 21 years old I think? If so.. how is it possible that if your 18 you can grow and buy Medical Marijuana if your a patient, but you have to be 21 to enroll or get a license for instance?

  • dizzle

    use google and type in “MMJ Doctors” in your area. call them ask what the require and how much $. As far as a career goes, you need to figure out if you want to be a grower, technician, sales rep etc etc.. once you figure that out, you should study and learn as much as you can on that specific topic. My site has tons of free info for you to search.

  • Dominic

    I am currently 18 years old with chronic back pain, ive gone to the doctor a few times about it but they keep giving me strong Ibuprophens, I currently have no doctor and am on medicade health plus. I would like to make my Career in the cannabis industry. I am currently located in the thumb of Michigan and would like to know where to start to get my card and further a career into it, also would i have to wait to be 21 years old? Thank you for reading this and hope to hear from you soon.

  • The Weed Scene

    Caleb,
    You need to be 18 yrs or older in order to qualify for medical marijuana. A cargegiver is someone designated to supply patients their medications (marijuana). You should check with the state of AZ to see if they make any exceptions for someone your age. The link below is to arizonas dept of health services, which are the people that you should ask. Hope this helps. If not, feel free to ask any more questions you may have as I am here to help.
    Thanks

    https://azdhs.gov/prop203/

  • Caleb Germain

    I am 14 years old and I live in arizona. I broke my arm 2 years ago and i always have chronic pain. I was wondering if i qualify for medicinal marijuana. Does a caregiver mean that underage patients don’t need approval from their guardians to receive medical marijuana?


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