Yes, if you’re over 21 you can now purchase Cannabis from a dispensary with a valid state-issued ID.
Yes, the details of each recreational purchase are recorded. These include your first name, your customer number, and what you purchased.
Not for recreational use or even cultivation of up to six plants indoors.
The law permits adults 21 and up to buy 1 ounce of cannabis per day.
California law prohibits the sale of Cannabis to anyone under 21 years of age unless a qualified patient.
Dispensaries are entirely cash-based businesses so no cards will be accepted.
Cannabis is banned in most public areas. There is absolutely no Prop 64 provision that allows you to light up in general public areas.
It’s generally not a good idea to fly with Cannabis since it is still prohibited on a Federal level.
Yes, much like alcohol, you can carry cannabis around or drive with it in your car. But driving while stoned is very much illegal and can result in a DUI.
Some medical consumers get a break on taxes, and all of them can buy more and stronger cannabis products than recreational customers.
Yes, as long as the foreign ID is an official issued ID and the persons are 21+.
Recreational cannabis will have strict testing regulations and quality control.
Patients must be at least eighteen (18) years old and present a valid, government-issued identification and proof of their status as a valid California Medical Patient at every visit. Caregivers must be included in the written recommendation and have a valid ID. Patients are limited to two visits per day.
No, all sales are final.