Marijuana Dispensaries in West Detroit, MI
Marijuana Dispensaries in West Detroit, MI
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Frequently Asked Questions
The average price of an 8th in Detroit
The average price of an 8th in Detroit is $60. Some of the strains at this price include; Vanilla Bean, Bermuda Punch, Guava Cake, Wedding Cake, GMO, Gelato, 99 Problems, Mac, Triple Scoop, Strawberry Bubba Kush, Apollo-11, Gulf of Tonkin, Operation Northwoods, Banana Cream Pie, Lion's Mane, and Mendo. Other strains include; Lion OG at $55, Blue Dream at $50, Hash Haze at $40, KB3 at $50, Grapefruit Durban at $40, Diamond Punch at $50, Sour Alien OG at $40, Sour Diesel at $50, Gary Payton at $65, and Funfetti Cake at $55.
Most popular strain in Detroit
The most popular strain is Blue Dream. It is a sativa-dominant hybrid that has a sweet berry aroma. Blue Dream also has delicious blueberry and sugar flavors. It has dense buds with neon green nugs which are popcorn shaped. Another highly-sought strain is Sour Diesel. Its buds are round and medium-sized with yellowish-green leaves. Sour Diesel has a blend of skunk, fuel, and citrus. The strain also has a pungent diesel aroma.
Laws and regulations in Detroit
Adults at least 21 years of age can legally purchase and consume cannabis products.
It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle or bicycle under the influence of cannabis products.
Adults 21 years of age and over may cultivate a maximum of 12 marijuana plants per household.
It is illegal to transport cannabis products from one state to another.
It is legal to transport cannabis products for patients, adults, and caregivers, as long as the products must be sealed or contained in a car trunk.
It is illegal to consume cannabis products in public.
Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Detroit
Adults 21 years of age and above may possess up to 2.5 ounces (70.8 grams) of marijuana outside their residence, a maximum of 15 grams of marijuana concentrates, and up to 10 ounces (283.4 grams) of marijuana at their household. 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.
Difference between a storefront and a dispensary
A storefront is set to sell cannabis products without medical necessity, whereas dispensaries offer cannabis derivatives primarily for medical benefits to patients.
In a storefront, customers don't need a prescription from a doctor to buy cannabis. In contrast, in a dispensary, customers must have an order from a qualified physician to purchase.
In a storefront, customers may purchase cannabis products as long as they have a valid ID proving they are over the age of 21. In a dispensary, patients have a waiting room from where they are invited into the saleroom to discuss which cannabis products may be the most effective treatment for their condition or symptoms.
Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical
Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is used by adults to get “high” rather than to acquire health benefits while medical marijuana is consumed by patients to treat a chronic condition or underlying symptoms.
Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis may contain high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is responsible for intoxicating effects. Medical marijuana strains, on the other hand, are developed with a focus on therapeutic potency, with higher levels of cannabidiol (CBD), which has been shown to have therapeutic benefits.
Medical patient benefits in Detroit
Medical marijuana products are exempt from excise and state sales tax, making it more affordable for medical marijuana patients.
Medical marijuana patients have access to a wider variety of products containing higher amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol.
Medical marijuana patients are given priority over adult consumers at dispensaries.
Medical marijuana patients may be medically recommended by a physician to consume high amounts of cannabis products.
Medical marijuana information in Detroit
To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Detroit, 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 Detroit tax revenue go?
Detroit's cannabis tax revenue is used by the government to deliver on its programs. Some of these programs include; building more schools, repair of roads, educating the youths on the dangers of drug abuse, and provision of scholarships to low-income families. The rest of the funds are used for promoting more research on cannabis.