Marijuana dispensaries in Enid, OK

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    Marijuana dispensaries in Enid, OK

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    The average price of an 8th in Enid

    The average price of an 8th in Enid is $41. Some of the strains at this price include; Sooner Glue, Donkey Butter, Grandpa's Stash, Mac, Gelato Cake, Greasy Monkey, Lip Smacker, Rainbow Chip, Vanilla Frosting, Wifi Sunset, Falcon 9, Fruity Pebbles, Gilz Nilz, and Jelly Sickle. Other strains include; Kandy Kush at $36, Berry White at $35, Stoopid Fruit at $36, California Dream at $33, Grape Diamonds at $36, Dream Queen at $36, Banana Mango at $36, AK-47 at $25, Purple Magic at $33, Bad Azz Kush at $36, and Skunk at $14.

    Most popular strain in Enid

    The most popular strain in Enid is the AK-47. It is an indica-dominant strain that has a sweet spicy chocolate woody flavor with a pungent and skunky aroma. Its bud has a sour skunk flavor and a herbal exhale. Berry White is another popular strain in Enid. It is a pure indica strain with a tangy-sweet blueberry aroma and a sweet blueberry cake taste. Berry White has popcorn shaped nugs that are dark olive green with thick crystal trichomes.

    Laws and regulations in Enid

    • Adult-use cannabis is not legal in Oklahoma.

    • Consumption of cannabis products in public is illegal.

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

    • It is illegal to drive a vehicle 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 purchase and consume cannabis products for adult-use or recreation.

    • Traveling from one state to another with cannabis products is illegal.

    Flowers/concentrate/edible possession limit in Enid

    Patients, authorized cannabis researchers, and designated caregivers may possess up to 3 ounces (85 grams) of usable cannabis, not more than one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis concentrates, and up to 72 ounces (2041 grams) of edible products in public. Additionally, patients and caregivers may legally possess no more than eight ounces (227.8 grams) of cannabis at their residence. Patients may also cultivate their own cannabis plants limited to six mature plants and six seedlings in their residence or designate a caregiver to grow cannabis plants on their behalf.

    Difference between a storefront and dispensary

    A storefront provides cannabis products to adult consumers without medical necessity whereas a dispensary sells cannabis products after medical approval by a qualified primary care physician. 

    A storefront has no waiting room since the budtender doesn't engage the user in any condition. Conversely, in a dispensary, there is a waiting room where the budtender engages with the consumer and determines the best cannabis product for their condition.

    Difference between adult-use, or recreational, and medical 

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis is used by the consumer for enjoyment while medical cannabis is used by the consumer for the treatment of medical conditions. Adult-use cannabis is not legal in Oklahoma.

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis has a limited amount of THC whereas medical cannabis has no limited amount of THC because some medical conditions require high amounts of THC.

    Adult-use, or recreational, cannabis can be purchased by adults with a valid, government-issued ID, while medical marijuana can only be purchased by medical marijuana patients with a valid MMJ card. 

    Medical patient benefits in Enid

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

    • Medical patients can access high-quality cannabis and work with physicians to combine standard medical treatment with medical marijuana.

    • Medical marijuana patients have access to a more extensive variety of cannabis products with higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for their medical condition if recommended by a qualified primary care physician.

    Medical marijuana information in Enid

    To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Enid, 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 Enid tax revenue go? 

    Enid's cannabis tax revenue is used by both the local and state government to implement projects. Some of these projects include; maintenance and repair of roads, provision of security, and improving the health sector by employing more counselors. A portion of the finance is also used for assisting students from low-income families by providing school fees and helping the vulnerable such as the people with disabilities.