Phoenix Marijuana Dispensaries

Historic desert beauty meets cosmopolitan sophistication in the capital of Arizona. The city has had medical marijuana since 2010, but voters have yet to legalize recreational. Out-of-state med cards are recognized by law enforcement for possession and use of cannabis, but cannot be used to purchase from local dispensaries. The laws regarding cannabis concentrates such as shatter, distillate, cold water, and vape pen oil are hazy at best. Some legal med cardholders have been prosecuted for possessing such products.

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Frequent questions about marijuana in Phoenix, AZ

  • Can I grow cannabis in Phoenix?
    As long as the residence is farther than 25 miles from a state-licensed dispensary facility, medical patients or licensed caregivers can keep a max. of 12 plants in an "enclosed, locked facility."
  • Who can buy marijuana in Phoenix?
    Only Arizona residents with medical recommendations from an Arizona clinic, or such a persons registered caregiver, can purchase marijuana from a dispensary in Phoenix.
  • Where can I smoke cannabis in Phoenix?
    Consuming in your own home or on private property with permission is typical. There is at least one lounge open to the public where medical patients are allowed to smoke marijuana outdoors, after 6:00 pm. Smoking in public is illegal, but you are allowed to consume edibles, so long as you are not operating a vehicle.

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