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    Marijuana dispensaries  in Cincinnati, OH

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    The average price of an 8th in Cincinnati

    The average price of an 8th in Cincinnati 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, Black Jack at $85, Blue Dream at $45, Wedding Cake at $40, Crunch Berries at #35, Snow White at $40, Apricot at $45, Candy Rain at $60, Bordello at $70, Cherry Star at $40, OG Kush at $85, Ace of Spades at $35, and Cherry Punch at $60.

    Most popular strain in Cincinnati

    The most popular stain in Cincinnati is OG Kush. It has a woodsy, earthy, and piney aroma with a skunky-citrus flavor. Black Jack is also highly sought-after in Cincinnati. It has a spicy and earthy aroma with a pungent overtone accented with sweet pine and lemon. Black Jack buds have a sweet woody pine flavor with pine and spice hints. 

    Laws and regulations in Cincinnati

    • Adult-use marijuana in Cincinnati is illegal.

    • It is illegal to consume marijuana products in smokable form.

    • Cultivation of marijuana plants for personal and medical use is prohibited.

    • Possession of up to 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of cannabis is a misdemeanor offense punishable by a fine of $150. 

    • Cannabis products can only be purchased from state-licensed dispensaries.

    • Medical marijuana can only be sold in pre-packed amounts of 2.83 grams .

    Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Cincinnati

    Patients may purchase no more than a one-day supply at a time, which is defined as 2.83 grams of flower, 295 grams of cannabis-infused topicals, 110 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in tincture or capsule form, or 190 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for vaporization. Patients and caregivers may legally possess a 90-day supply of medical marijuana which is no more 8 ounces (226.8 grams) in total. It is a misdemeanor to possess less than 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of recreational marijuana products and attracts a fine of $150 but with no jail term. Possession of between 100 grams (3.5 ounces) and 200 grams (7.0 ounces) is also a misdemeanor but punishable by a jail term of 30 days and a $250 fine.

    Difference between a storefront and dispensary

    A storefront is designated for people looking to access adult-use cannabis while dispensaries offer medical marijuana to patients with chronic conditions. Adult-use marijuana in Cincinnati is illegal.

    Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is used by adult consumers without medical necessity, while medical cannabis is used by patients for the treatment of chronic conditions.

    Medical marijuana can be purchased by medical marijuana patients who have a valid medical marijuana card. Conversely, adult-use cannabis can be purchased by anyone 21 years of age and older with a valid, government-issued ID. Adult-use marijuana in Cincinnati is illegal.

    Medical cannabis has to be certified by a licensed physician who has proved the patient has a chronic condition. In contrast, recreational cannabis requires no certification by a doctor or an expert.

    Medical patient benefits in Cincinnati

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

    • Only medical marijuana patients may purchase and possess cannabis products.

    • Qualified medical marijuana patients and minors with caregivers may purchase medical marijuana products so long as they have an MMJ card.

    • Medical marijuana patients may not be subject to penalties for the possession of cannabis products. 

    Medical marijuana information in Cincinnati

    Medical marijuana patients must be diagnosed as having an underlying qualifying medical condition as defined by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program. 

    Medical patients must book an appointment with a licensed physician and verify the qualifying condition.

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

    The state board of pharmacy will process the recommendation and enroll the patient to the patient registry online.

    After receiving an email from the Ohio Board of Pharmacy that you have been approved, you will have to pay the state fee and print off your official Ohio Marijuana Card.

    Where does the Cincinnati tax revenue go?

    Cincinnati 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, repair 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 cannabis.

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