Weed dispensaries in Lansing, MI

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    Weed dispensaries in Lansing, MI

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    The average price of an 8th in Lansing

    The average price of an 8th in Lansing is $50. Some of the strains at this price include Purple Punch, London Pound Cake, Triple Chocolate Chip, Mendo Breath, Caesar, Mimosa, Cookies and Chem, Mac 1, Skunkberry, Tropicana Cookies. Other strains include; Strawberry Guava at $45, Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies at $40, Floruit at $40, Blue Dream at $45, Wedding Cake at $40, Crunch Berries at #35, Snow White at $40, Apricot at $45, Candy Rain at $60, Borello at $70, Cherry Star at $40, Ace of Spades at $35, and Cherry Punch at $60.

    Most popular strain in Lansing

    The most popular strain in Lansing is Snow White. It has a white magical frosting of white trichomes and a sweet earthy aroma. Snow White has broad and dark green leaves with soft dense buds. It also has an earthy flavor that leaves a sweet lemon aftertaste. Ace of Spades is also a favorite strain in Lansing. It has a sweet and sour taste accompanied by notes of spice and citrus. Ace of Spades has a sweet and sour aroma as well as a citrusy smell. Its leaves are light green with frosted buds that can be pink, purple, or bluish in color.

    Laws and regulations in Lansing 

    • Adult-use cannabis and medical cannabis are legal in Michigan.

    • Any adults 21 years of age and above may purchase cannabis products.

    • Operating a bicycle or vehicle under the influence of marijuana is illegal.

    • Transportation of medical or recreational cannabis is legal for qualified adults, caregivers, and patients so long as marijuana or marijuana-infused products are in a sealed and labeled package.

    • The exportation of cannabis products across states is illegal.

    • Adults 21 years of age and above are permitted to cultivate a maximum of 12 plants in a secured place away from the public.

    Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Lansing

    Adults 21 years and above may possess a maximum of 2.5 ounces (70.8 grams) of marijuana outside their residence, marijuana concentrates that do not exceed 15 grams, and up to 10 ounces (283.4 grams) of marijuana at their residence. Medical marijuana patients can possess a limit of 16 ounces (453.6 grams) of marijuana-infused products in solid form, 7 grams of marijuana-infused products in gaseous form, and 36 fluid ounces (1020 grams) of marijuana-infused products in liquid form. Adults at least 21 years of age may also cultivate up to 12 marijuana plants per household.

    Difference between a storefront and a dispensary 

    A storefront is designated to meet the needs of people looking for adult-use cannabis while dispensaries offer medical marijuana to patients with chronic conditions.

    In a storefront, customers may purchase cannabis products without medical necessity and don’t need to discuss chronic conditions or diseases with the budtender. Conversely, in a dispensary, customers may discuss the debilitating disease with the budtender to ensure the customer is comfortable with the cannabis products.

    Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is consumed without any medical necessity, while medical cannabis is used to treat certain medical conditions.

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis products are assessed for excise, state, and local taxes, while certain taxes are waived for medical marijuana patients.

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis can be taken without having any debilitating condition diagnosed by a qualified doctor. Conversely, a patient must have a debilitating condition confirmed by a licensed physician to use medical marijuana.

    Medical patient benefits in Lansing

    • Consumers with medical marijuana cards can purchase high-grade cannabis products from dispensaries to treat their conditions.

    • Medical marijuana products are not taxed at the same rate as adult-use cannabis and are more affordable.

    • Medical marijuana patients may possess up to 16 ounces (453.6 grams) of cannabis-infused products in solid form.

    Medical marijuana information in Lansing

    To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Lansing, you must be a resident of Michigan with a valid Michigan ID to show proof of residency. If you don’t have an ID, then a passport or other documents showing proof of residency can be used. These documents can be a utility bill, a bank statement, etc. 

    Medical marijuana patients and adults 21 years of age and above must have a diagnosed debilitating condition.

    You must obtain legitimate medical records or documentation from your primary care physician describing their diagnosis.

    Patients are required to register with the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP) and pay a registration fee of $60.

    The application and physician's certification can be submitted to the state or mailed online to the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH).

    The MDCH should approve patient applications after 15 days, and patients should contact the MDCH directly if they do not receive confirmation of approval.

    Where does the Lansing tax revenue go? 

    Lansing's cannabis tax revenue is used by governments to finance various projects. Some of the projects include; provision of scholarships to students from low-income families, repairing of roads and bridges, and improvement of security by employing more officers. Some of the money is used for research in the health sector to determine the health benefits of marijuana.