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    Marijuana dispensaries  in Minneapolis, MN

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    The average price of an 8th in Minneapolis

    The average price of an 8th in Minneapolis is $25. Some of the strains at this price include Critical Kush, Elmar, Good Chem, Ambition, Purple Durango OG, Purple Trainwreck; LSD, Crunch Berries, Lavender, Lemon Skunk, Death Star, and Cherry Mac Pie. Other strains include; Jamaican Ten Speed at $30, Golden Goat at $45, Cherry Star Dog at $24, Iron Triangle at $18, and ChemDawg at $30.

    Most popular strain in Minneapolis

    The most popular strain in Minneapolis is Gelato. It's an indica-dominant strain that has a delicious flavor of fruit berry and orange. DJ Short Flo is also popular in Minneapolis. It's a sativa-dominant strain that has a distinct sweet and fruity aroma, and a cool hash flavor.

    Laws and regulations in Minneapolis 

    • The possession of cannabis for adult use is illegal.

    • Home cultivation of marijuana by patients for personal use is prohibited.

    • The operation of a vehicle under the influence of cannabis is illegal.

    • Only medical marijuana patients and caregivers can legally purchase medical cannabis.

    • Consumption of medical marijuana in public is illegal.

    • Medical marijuana law doesn't allow providers to prescribe marijuana flower or edibles to patients.

    Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Minneapolis 

    Medical marijuana patients may possess a 30-day supply of marijuana so long as it is not in a smokable form. However, the home cultivation of medical marijuana by patients or caregivers for personal use is illegal.

    Difference between a storefront and a dispensary

    A storefront sells cannabis products primarily for adult consumers without medical necessity, while a dispensary offers medical marijuana derivatives to treat medical conditions.

    In a storefront, adult-use, or recreational, cannabis products are more expensive due to excise, state, and local taxes. The excise taxes are waived on medical marijuana patients, making them more affordable for patients.

    In a storefront, the retailer may not analyze cannabis products to determine their therapeutic potency. In a dispensary, the budtender is qualified to determine which medical marijuana derivatives can treat specific chronic conditions.

    Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical 

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is used by consumers without any medical necessity. Conversely, medical marijuana is used by patients who have been diagnosed by a qualified physician for an underlying medical condition.

    To purchase adult-use cannabis, an individual does not require a medical marijuana card. However, to purchase medical marijuana, the patient must have a medical marijuana card

    You must have the diagnosis of a chronic condition from a qualified physician to use medical marijuana derivatives. In contrast, you don’t need to be diagnosed by a qualified physician to consume adult-use cannabis. 

    Medical patient benefits in Minneapolis 

    • Physicians may combine standard treatment with cannabis therapy for medical benefits.

    • Minors may purchase and consume medical marijuana products as long as they have a medical marijuana card and a caregiver.

    • Medical marijuana patients are not subject to penalties for the possession of medical cannabis products.

    Medical marijuana information in Minneapolis 

    To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Minneapolis, you must be a resident of Minnesota with a valid Minnesota 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 must have a diagnosed debilitating condition that has been verified by a qualified doctor.

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

    Registration is done online through email at a fee of $200 and if you don’t have any, you will be provided with one. A response is also received through the mail if a patient is approved.

    Visit a cannabis patient center to get a recommended dosage and type of marijuana. However, minors must be accompanied by a guardian or caregiver. 

    Finally, log in to your account and fill the patient self-evaluation test.

    Where does the Minneapolis tax revenue go? 

    Minneapolis cannabis tax revenue is used to fund administrative projects. Part of the tax money is used to construct schools to accommodate more students. It also helps the government to maintain roads in Minneapolis. Due to congestion caused by the rising population, the government directs a portion of the money into building affordable housing. The security sector is also boosted by employing more officers in the police department.

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