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    Marijuana dispensaries in Broken Arrow, OK

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    The average price of an 8th in Broken Arrow

    The average price of an 8th in Broken Arrow is $40. Some of the strains at this price include; Strawberry Cough, Headband, 918, Tropical Punch, Ice Cream Cake, Blue Cookies, Guava Dawg, Blue Jack City, Space Runtz, Mandarin Cookies, Blueberry Fuego, Acai Gelato, XJ-13, and Alien Dawg. Other strains include; GSC at $35, Fire OG at $37, Candy Land at $35, Space Monkey at $37, Banana Kush at $50, Tiki at $37, Blue Dream at $35, Gypsy Jack at $37, Pure Power Plant, and Razzle Dazzle at $37.

    Most popular strain in Broken Arrow

    The most popular strain in Broken Arrow is Girl Scout Cookies. It has a sweet and earthy aroma and light green and purple-hued buds that have a sweet, dessert-like flavor. Consumers in Broken Arrow also love the Blue Dream strain. It is a sativa-dominant hybrid that has a sweet berry aroma. Blue Dream has a delicious flavor of blueberry and sugar that lingers on the tongue.

    Laws and regulations in Broken Arrow

    • Adult-use cannabis is not legal in Oklahoma.

    • It is illegal to consume cannabis products in public.

    • It is prohibited to smoke marijuana in any non-smoking area where tobacco smoking is prohibited.

    • It is illegal to operate a vehicle or bicycle under the influence of cannabis products.

    • Employers may take action if licensed medical marijuana holders use or possess marijuana while in their place of employment or during working hours. 

    • It is illegal to consume cannabis products for adult-use or recreational purposes.

    • Transportation of marijuana products across state lines is illegal.

    • Residents of Oklahoma with a medical marijuana card can travel with medical cannabis in their cars within Oklahoma. 

    Flower/concentrate/edible possession limit in Broken Arrow

    Patients, authorized cannabis researchers, and designated caregivers may possess a maximum of three ounces (85 grams) of usable cannabis, up to one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis concentrates, and 72 ounces (2041 grams) of edible products in public. Additionally, patients and caregivers can legally possess not more than eight ounces (227 grams) of cannabis at home. Patients who elect to cultivate their own cannabis are limited to six mature plants and six seedlings. Patients may also designate a caregiver to grow cannabis plants on their behalf.

    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 for enjoyment purposes while medical marijuana is used by patients to treat medical conditions and symptoms. Adult-use cannabis is not legal in Oklahoma.

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

    Medical cannabis has to be prescribed by a qualified physician who fully understands the cannabis products. Conversely, adult-use cannabis does not require a prescription or physician guidance.

    Medical patient benefits in Broken Arrow

    • Medical marijuana patients have access to a more extensive variety of cannabis products with higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for their medical condition.

    • Medical patients below 18 years with a caregiver and the recommendation from two qualifying physicians can consume cannabis products.

    • Medical marijuana patients may possess up to eight ounces (226.8 grams) of cannabis in their residence.

    Medical marijuana information in Broken Arrow 

    To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Broken Arrow, you must be a resident of Oklahoma with a valid government-issued 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.

    Medical marijuana patients at least 18 years of age must have a qualifying debilitating condition. For minors below 18 years, they must have a caregiver or guardian and two qualified physicians recommendation.

    An application is done online through the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority website and must be submitted within 30 days of the physician's signature.

    The application fee is $100. However, if you have proof of Medicaid (SoonerCare) or Medicare enrollment, the cost is reduced to $20.

    A response is sent after two weeks of the application date. If you qualify, you will be mailed your card within 14 days of notification.

    After approval, you can visit any dispensary and purchase cannabis products.

    Where does the Broken Arrow tax revenue go?

    Broken Arrow cannabis tax revenue is used to promote economic development and general administration in Oklahoma. The government uses the money to fix roads, boost the health sector, and provide security to the people of Broken Arrow. Part of the revenue is also used to help the homeless and veterans get free legal and medical services.

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