Long Beach Marijuana Dispensaries

The marijuana culture has undoubtedly come a long way in California since the passing of Prop. 64. Long Beach, California is now home to a dispensary called the Station, which actually used to be a police station in the late 90's and early 2000's. They kept some of the original features such as some holding cells which are now a part of their bud room. They also have a mural with an open birdcage in front of it symbolizing the freedom to purchase marijuana freely. With hundreds of dispensaries to choose from in Long Beach, you won't want to miss out on this experience.

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Frequent questions about marijuana in Long Beach, CA

  • How do I obtain a medical marijuana card in Long Beach?
    Medical marijuana patients, typically 18 and older, must first get a recommendation from a licensed physician. There various conditions and symptoms that medical marijuana can treat. Once you have a recommendation, and your application is approved through the state, the doctor will prescribe you a 12-month card in which you can take into any dispensary.
  • Where can I purchase recreational marijuana?
    Citizens 21 years of age and older can purchase recreational marijuana at any given recreational dispensary with a valid driver's license, state issued ID card, or military license. Check out the local listings on this page to find a dispensary near you in Long Beach.
  • Is it legal to smoke cannabis in public in Long Beach, California?
    No, it is illegal to smoke, vape, or consume edibles in public places. You are safe to partake in these activities in your home or private residence. It is also illegal to consume marijuana in any capacity within 1,000 ft. of a school, day care center or youth center with children present. You may also not consume cannabis while driving a vehicle.
  • How much marijuana can I have on my person at a given time?
    You are allowed to carry up to one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis and up to eight grams of concentrates. This includes edibles, oil, shatter, etc. If you are carrying cannabis products in a vehicle, it must be in a sealed package or in the trunk.
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