We get a lot of dispensary FAQs from our customers, so we put together a list of these common questions and answers about cannabis dispensaries. If you have any questions that are not on this list, give us a call today!
Most frequent questions and answers
Yes. Your passport or any state issued license or identification card is acceptable.
You will need your medical recommendation to sign up and shop as a medical patient. If you are 21 or older and do not wish to shop as a medical patient, all that is required is a valid and current government issued ID. If you are visiting from a foreign country, please bring your passport as identification.
You need to be 21+ to shop with a valid government issued photo ID. If you are a medical patient, you will also need your recommendation.
The state requires that customers have a valid and current government issued photo ID in their possession while in the building. The ID scanner is used solely as a validation tool for us to ensure your date of birth, that it is valid and not expired. The system does not upload the information to any outside source, and all information is automatically deleted after 60 days.
We accept cash and debit cards at the point of sale. We also have an ATM machine in our lobby. We do not accept credit.
Your statement will have an ambiguous title linked to our ATM service. It will not list anything identifying the transaction as being from a dispensary.
Currently you are only permitted by the state to consume THC within a private residence. There are currently no public lounges where we may consume THC in NV. You may be subject to a DUI charge if you are pulled over while driving and suspected of being under the influence of THC.
a. We carry an array of CBD products including tinctures (oil), topicals, edibles and vapes.
All products containing THC must be produced and sold in NV by a state-licensed manufacturer.
Yes. We offer student, veteran, senior and industry discounts, among others. Feel free to ask us about our other current discounts and offers during your visit.
Yes. The state does not require medical patients to pay the 10% recreational sales tax. All customers are subject to the state’s 8.27% sales tax.