Medical Marijuana Information

1) All products are labeled recreational.
2) We do not sell clones or seeds.

How to Register in the Database

  • Take your authorization form to any licensed and medically endorsed retail marijuana store.
  • Ask to see the certified medical marijuana consultant on staff who is trained in working with authorized medical marijuana patients.
  • Give the consultant your authorization form so that he or she can enter your information into the database, take your picture, and create a new medical marijuana recognition card.

  • Who can access the database?

  • Certified medical marijuana consultants (Can add patient information from the authorization form and verify if the patient's card is valid.)
  • Employees of a medically endorsement store (Can only verify that a card is valid.)
  • Healthcare practitioners (May only access their authorized patients.)
  • Law enforcement (May only verify that a card is valid.)
  • Recognition card holders (May learn who has accessed their healthcare information.)
  • Washington State Department of Health (Will access the database to troubleshoot issues, help store employees with registration, and collect non-identifiable aggregate data.)
  • Washington State Department of Revenue (Can access database information to verify sales-tax free purchases through non-identifiable data.)
  • Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (May only verify that a card is valid.)

  • Identification

    All customers should assume they will be asked to provide a valid (non expired) form of identification.

    Types of acceptable ID includes:

    • Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or I.D. Card issued by any U.S. State, U.S. Territory and District of Columbia.
    • Driver’s License, Instruction Permit, or I.D. Card issued by any Canadian Province
    • Valid Washington State Temporary Driver’s License
    • U.S. Armed Forces I.D. Card (Encrypted signature acceptable)
    • Merchant Marine I.D. Card issued by the U.S. Coast Guard
    • Official Passport
    • Washington State Tribal Enrollment Card (No expiration date required)

      Per law we must abide by both federal regulations. We are unfortunately unable to serve active duty members of the military when presented a military idea. We must abide by tribal law. We are unable to accept certain tribal identification cards where marijuana has been banned.

    Then Versus Now

    Legal limits and benefits of a medical marijuana card

    • Purchase products at the medically endorsed retail stores sales-tax free.
    • Purchase up to three times the current limits at licensed retail stores with a medical marijuana endorsement. •
    • Forty-eight (48) ounces of solid edibles
    • Three (3) ounces of flower
    • Two hundred sixteen (216) ounces of cannabis-infused products in liquid form
    • Twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates
    • Purchase high-THC products–when available.
    • Possess six plants and eight ounces of usable marijuana. A healthcare practitioner may authorize additional plants to a maximum of 15; a patient so authorized may possess up to 16 ounces of usable marijuana produced from their plants (see RCW 69.51A.210).
    • Participate in a medical marijuana cooperative (see RCW 69.51A.250).
    • Have arrest protection (see RCW 69.51A.040).

    Product Handling and Returns

    Packages can never be opened while in the store. Product cannot be consumed on the premises. Once a packaged product leaves the store it cannot be returned.

    Medical Uses of THC and CBD

    Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is an active component in cannabis responsible for cerebral and psychoactive effects. THC has some medical uses. Anti-emetic (induces vomiting) particularly helping in relieve negative effects of chemotherapy. Increases appetite. Especially helpful in treatment of anorexia and other eating disorders. May also decrease pain, inflammation and muscle control problems.

    Cannabidiol (CBD) is a component of cannabis that does not affect the mind or behavior. It is primarily utilized for its medicinal purposes.

  • Relieve nausea
  • Can reduce pain and inflammation
  • Help control seizures and convulsions
  • Can aid in treating anxiety and addiction

  • Methods of Consumption

  • Smoking: Dried cannabis, hash and kief are ingested through smoking. Cannabis can be smoked through a rolled joint, pipe or bong.
  • Vaporizing: Vaping is done through a device that extracts the cannabinoids in cannabis. Heating cannabis at a low temperature allows for inhaling vapor rather than smoke; which can be harsh or irritating at times.
  • Edibles: Cannabis is infused into butter or oil then cooked into food. Edibles are also available in liquid from through various drinks and tinctures. Edibles typically take longer to affect the body (20 to 90 minutes) but can last much longer than others routes of administration. Please use caution when ingesting edibles by eating small portions and waiting to notice effects until ingesting more.
  • Topical: Topicals are applied directly to the skin or muscles. Lotions, salves, balms, sprays, oils and creams are available. Topicals are entirely non-psychoactive; you will never get high.