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Pennsylvania’s MMJ program is one of the newest in the US. The state’s medical cannabis legislation came into effect in May 2016, and the rollout of the program is progressing well. Medical marijuana dispensaries in the Keystone State began serving PA MMJ card holders in early 2018. New dispensaries are being licensed, and more and more PA residents are getting to avail of the huge benefits of medical marijuana treatment.
In terms of openness and patient-friendliness, PA’s medical cannabis program ranks pretty highly. It is certainly not as laissez-faire as the most liberal MMJ states, such as Oregon and Oklahoma, but it is less restrictive than many of the newest MMJ states.
You can purchase medical marijuana products in Pennsylvania MMJ dispensaries. PA MMJ dispensaries are located all across the state. Most dispensaries are situated in the largest urban areas, Philadelphia and Pittsburg. But many smaller hubs also have a medical cannabis dispensary or two.
Pennsylvania MMJ dispensaries sell a wide range of marijuana flower, including Indica, Sativa, and hybrid strains. However, flower is only for sale for the purpose of vaporizing. It is illegal to smoke Pennsylvania medical marijuana flower.
As well as flower, Pennsylvania dispensaries also sell:
There is no legal limit on how much medical marijuana you can purchase at a Pennsylvania dispensary. However, it is illegal to be in possession of more than a 30-day supply of MMJ in the state. Many PA dispensaries impose their own limit on how much of a given product one person can buy at one time. This is to make sure that there is sufficient product available for all patients.
Let’s take a look at a few dispensary options for those wondering where to buy MMJ in Pennsylvania.
This PA dispensary has branches in Plymouth Meeting, Lancaster, and Thorndale. Each branch is modern and stylishly decorated. The staff is extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and eager to help. They offer a nice range of various strains of flower, tinctures, capsules, and concentrates. You can shop online or utilize in-store, drive-thru, or curbside pickup options. The Apothecarium also offers some great birthday special offers.
Herbology has nine branches in Pennsylvania. They offer a broad range of high-quality, competitively priced MMJ products including flower, tinctures, creams, capsules, and sprays. Like all the great dispensaries, Herbology is dedicated to educating its customers and providing knowledge and understanding alongside its range of medical cannabis products.
Just Grown has branches at Dickson City and Edwardsville, just outside Scranton. They offer high-quality medical cannabis products at competitive prices. Their cannabis is grown using sustainable farming methods and they have a tasty menu with a wide range of Sativa, Indica, and hybrid strains of flower.
Cure has branches in Lancaster, Phoenixville, and Philadelphia. The staff at each Cure branch are highly trained MMJ experts. The product range on offer is always diverse, high-quality, and very reasonably priced.
Rise has 13 locations across Pennsylvania. All Rise dispensaries have dedicated and knowledgeable staff, so they are a great place to learn about MMJ, whether you are a new patient or you have been availing of MMJ treatment for a few years.
The qualifying conditions for a Pennsylvania MMJ card include:
You cannot enter a PA dispensary without showing a physical Pennsylvania medical marijuana card.
Out-of-state MMJ card holders are not permitted to purchase medical cannabis in Pennsylvania.
You can get a Pennsylvania medical cannabis card by registering on the MMJRecs Online Clinic website. The process is entirely remote and you will consult with your MMJ doctor face-to-face via video chat. Once the doctor has verified that you have a qualifying condition, they will generate a unique MMJ recommendation that you will then access at the Pennsylvania State Patient Portal. The MMJ recommendation costs $159 and the state application fee is $50.