Marijuana Dispensaries in Reno, NV

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Marijuana Dispensaries in Reno, NV

Frequently Asked Questions

The average price of an 8th in Reno

The average price of an 8th in Reno is $44. Some of the strains at this price include; Member Berry, Durban Cookies, La La Land, Lava Cake, Purple Punch, Mimosa, Wedding Cake, Mandarin Cookies, Lil Sebastian, Mendo Breath, Slurricane, Mango OG, and Lime Marshmallow. Other strains include; Zsweet Inzanity at $34, Lemon Tree at $34, Purple Punch at $19, Amnesia at $34, Dog Valley at $34, Green Crack at $34, Nerds at $25, Caramel Candy Kush at  $28, Jet Fuel Acai at $37, and Thai Landrace at $40.

Most popular strain in Reno

The most popular strain in Reno is Lil Sebastian. It is an indica-dominant strain with a sweet and citrusy aroma. Lil Sebastian has a smooth smoke and a sweet honey berry flavor. The buds have a minty green coloration and purple-hued trichomes. Wedding Cake is another popular strain in Reno. It is an indica-dominant strain that is rich and tangy. Wedding Cake has a sweet aroma and a fruity flavor.

Laws and regulations in Reno

  • Adults at least 21 years of age may purchase and consume cannabis products.

  • Smoking cannabis publicly or in a vehicle is illegal.

  • Driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal.

  • Transportation of marijuana must be in a sealed container within Nevada.

  • It is illegal to export cannabis products from across state lines.

  • Out-of-state patients with valid medical marijuana cards from their home state may legally purchase cannabis products.

Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Reno

Adults who are 21 years, and above may possess not more than one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis or an eighth of an ounce (3.5 grams) of concentrate at one time. Medical marijuana patients at least 18 years or caregivers may purchase cannabis products that are not more than 2.5 ounces (70.8 grams) for a period of 14 days. It is legal for adult consumers to grow up to six cannabis plants if they live more than 25 miles from the nearest dispensary, with no more than 12 plants per household. Patients may cultivate up to 12 plants if they are too ill to travel, lack transportation or the dispensary is unable to supply the marijuana.

Difference between a storefront and dispensary

A storefront is designated for adult consumers, whereas a dispensary is used to treat medical conditions for patients.

In a storefront, adults with a government-issued ID may purchase cannabis products without a medical marijuana card. In a dispensary, patients need a medical marijuana card to purchase cannabis products, and there is a budtender who gives guidelines on how the patient should take medical marijuana products.

Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical

Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is used by consumers without health necessity while medical cannabis is used to treat medical conditions.

Consumption of adult-use cannabis doesn't require any directions from a certified physician. In contrast, medical marijuana is taken under the guidance and supervision of a medical professional.

Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis products are more expensive due to excise, state, and local taxes. Medical marijuana products are more affordable because excise taxes are waived on medical marijuana products.

Medical patient benefits in Reno

  • Medical marijuana products are exempt from excise tax making them more affordable to patients.

  • Adult-use consumers must be 21 or older to purchase cannabis products, however, qualified medical marijuana patients may purchase medical marijuana products at the age of 18 with an MMJ card.

  • Medical patients may purchase up to 2.5 ounces (70.8 grams) of flowers and concentrates which is more than the one ounce (28.5 grams) of flowers and 3.5 grams of concentrates used by adults.

Medical marijuana information in Reno

To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Reno, you must be a resident of Nevada with a valid Nevada 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 18 years and above or minors with caregivers must have a debilitating condition diagnosed by a qualified physician.

Obtain a physician’s signature for the application, certifying that the patient has been diagnosed with a chronic or debilitating condition.

Registration of medical marijuana programs is done online at a fee of $50 per year.

Where does the Reno tax revenue go?

Reno's marijuana tax revenue is used by both local and state governments in funding their projects. Some of the projects include; promoting the educational sector by building more schools, improving industries, and administration in Reno. The tax money is also used to settle the homeless due to the rising population and provide scholarships for low-income families.