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How to Find a Quality Marijuana Dispensary Near You
Although an influx of dispensaries popping up all over the country may seem great for the consumer, it can often be difficult to find the best dispensary that offers both a great in-store experience and selection of quality products. Like any r.
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As the decriminalization of cannabis continues across the country, chances are high that you live in one of the states where weed is legal, or at least one of the 35 states with medical marijuana (plus Washington, D.C.) as an option for patient use. .
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Marijuana continues to gain legality and its cultural acceptance is steadily on the rise – however, there are still a lot of people that don’t understand cannabis or the culture that surrounds it. Especially if you’re an active user or advocate of.
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Always been very smooth and easy. I order from their website online, pull up in my vehicle and they take my ID and payment. They bring my order out to me and I’m on my way. Friendly staff and orders are prepared promptly.
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Looking for better edibles than I’ve been able to find I decided to give this place one more try. I had already prepared myself for a wait. I placed my order by phone, I asked the gentleman I spoke to for the most potent edibles, he suggested 600MG Sour Glowworms, I purchased two packs for a total of almost $90. I have tried several brands of edibles, I usually start with a 10MG piece and go from there. I’m usually good at 50MG. I can honestly say these are the weakest edibles I’ve tried. I think I probably could’ve consumed the entire 600MG pack over a few hours and still don’t think I would’ve felt them. I started thinking that maybe I got a pack of regular gummy worms that contained no THC at all. I understand AF didn’t “make” the edibles but they sell them, which makes them just as culpable. Don’t sell something if the quality and potency is not as claimed. A waste of 90 bucks. I gave this place “another” chan
A2Geneticsteam: Randall.G Sorry for the late response. We’ve been closed since May due the Covid19 and changing garden/office space. We plan to reopen around Oct 1st. Calling/Texting in and having the menu text to you is the easiest way to find out what is available.
A2Geneticsteam: to horsegirl we’ve been closed since May due to Covid19. Our office and garden space were sold by our landlord and the new owners weren’t comfortable with the use. We found a great new space and plan to be back open around Oct 1st. Sorry we missed you. We hope you found something great for your garden and thank you for your many years of membership with us!
I ordered from here I believe 3 times. The first two times delivery was very slow, I’m talking over 3 hours the first time. The second time was faster but still took quite awhile. The third, and last, time I placed an order I canceled it after an hour of not hearing back from them. I then went online and discovered a dispensary five miles away where I could go in and get what I wanted. I later learned that the same dispensary has another location 10 minutes from my house. I’m new to the medical marijuana scene, I assumed delivery was my only option. For someone not mobile this is a great option but no more delivery for me.
i love this company but for some reason i can no longer use this service. this issue has been persistent for days and i still have not been able to get my product :(((((
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Finding seeds to grow marijuana at home in Michigan will be hard
Gov.-elect Whitmer talks possible clemency for marijuana convictions Detroit Free Press
A California company that specializes in greenhouses for marijuana growing is expected to have a presence at a business park in Windsor Township, Michigan. (Photo: Associated Press)
Allowing folks to grow their own marijuana without fear of criminal prosecution is part of the ballot proposal that voters approved on Tuesday, but getting the materials needed to start a home-grow may be a challenge for budding horticulturists.
Until the recreational marijuana market gets up and running, one option is to get seeds or marijuana clones from someone already growing marijuana for medical use. But those items can only be given away, not sold.
Or you can buy seeds online, though that will put home growers at risk of violating federal law.
Marijuana use, possession and growing becomes legal in Michigan 10 days after the Board of Canvassers certifies the election results, which should be sometime in December.
But actual marijuana, along with the seeds and cannabis cuttings used for home grows, won’t be commercially available for sale until the state Department of Licensing and Regulation develops the rules governing the adult recreational market. And that won’t happen until probably early 2020.
“The longer it takes the state to set up retail stores, the more people will be home growing,” said Matt Abel, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws or NORML. “I expect a rush on the grow stores in December because people are going to be getting lights and fans for Christmas.”
The ballot proposal allows people at least 21 to grow up to 12 plants for personal use as long as they don’t sell any of the pot. But how does one start a personal grow without easy access to seeds or plants?
Marijuana seeds are available for sale online. But shipping that product across state lines is still considered a crime because the federal government classifies marijuana as an illegal substance.
“Absolutely not — nothing is legal when it’s shipped across state lines,” said Barton Morris, a Royal Oak attorney specializing in the laws surrounding the marijuana industry.
Caregivers, who have been legally growing medical marijuana under a 2008 Michigan law passed by voters, can give away marijuana, seeds and clones — rooted cuttings from existing marijuana plants — but under the ballot proposal passed on Tuesday, they can’t accept payment for those items. And they can’t give it away to anyone under the age of 21.
Currently, there are 43,056 registered caregivers in Michigan, who are allowed to grow up to 12 plants for each of five patients, and there are 297,515 registered medical marijuana cardholders in the state.That system stays in place even with the law that voters passed by a 56-44 percent margin on Tuesday.
Abel said that provision may result in some fast and loose ways to get seeds and clones to gardeners.
“Under the Michigan recreational law, you can give cannabis to someone, you can gift it,” he said. “In Washington D.C., it’s legal to possess, but not legal to sell marijuana. So, some people are saying, ‘Buy this coffee mug for $50 bucks and we’ll fill it with cannabis.’ ”
Morris said that would not be a wise choice for Michiganders looking to get into the home grow market.
“That’s not legitimate. It’s so obvious that it’s an attempt to work around the law,” he said. “That defeats the entire purpose of the law.
“If we’re seriously going to try to transition to a commercial market, we’re just going to have to wait for it,” Morris added. “Colorado didn’t happen immediately and we won’t either.”
Voters in Colorado passed legal weed in 2012 and the commercial market wasn’t established until 2014.
Aspiring home growers can plant their cannabis inside or outdoors, but outdoor grows have to be walled and locked and can’t be visible to anyone passing by.
And there is a movement to try and restrict the home grow portion of the ballot proposal. Many Republican lawmakers never supported the ballot proposal to legalize marijuana in Michigan and now want to take a look at tweaking the language of the law.
“I personally have concerns about the home grow portion of it. We’ve left that wide open,” said Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof, R-West Olive. “I don’t know that this state would hire folks to see if people were only growing 12 plants.”
He worries that people will grow more than 12 plants and fuel the black market with marijuana that’s not tested and won’t be tracked or taxed by the state.
Changing the language of the ballot proposal would be a steep climb. Since it was passed by voters, any changes would need a three-fourths vote from the Legislature. While that change could happen in the current Republican-led Senate, where the GOP holds a 27-11 majority, it would be tougher in the House of Representatives, where the GOP has a 63-46 majority. Changes in the law would have a better chance of happening during the three-week lame duck session of the Legislature, which begins on Nov. 27. After the Legislature adjourns for the year in mid-December, the GOP majorities will shrink to 22-16 in the Senate and 58-52 in the House.
Morris tried to allay the fears about the home grows.
“Twelve plants are not a significant amount, especially at home where conditions aren’t ideal,” he said. “The plants are never flowering at the same time, so 12 plants are truly what we believe is an appropriate number for personal consumption.”
Depending on the strain and the growing conditions, a single marijuana plant can yield anywhere from 2 ounces to 2 pounds.
The Healthy and Productive Michigan group, which opposed the legalization proposal, is also considering its options to try and stem the tide of legal weed that will surely flood the Michigan market.
Their first priority will be working with communities that want to prohibit marijuana businesses in their communities, which is allowed under the ballot proposal.
“Within the first 24 hours after the election, we heard from more than 20 communities and it’s closer to 50 to 60 now,” said Scott Greenlee, executive director of the group. “There’s already significant buyer’s remorse.”
While he said he’d love to see the Legislature take some action to limit home grows, the group hasn’t decided whether it will join that effort.
“I think the more limits put on this thing, the better,” Greenlee said. “We won’t oppose any limits.”
Abel issued a warning to legislators and others who want to change the legalization of marijuana.
“I think some legislators could face some recalls if they try to do it,” he said. “The people spoke loud and clear on Tuesday.”
Until Michigan's recreational marijuana market gets up and running, there are limited options on how to get seeds or plants for growing pot at home