As of November 7, 2000, Nevada voters approved Ballot Question 9 allowing for the legal consumption of medical marijuana. Medical marijuana patients in the state of Nevada are allowed to possess up to 2.5 ounces of useable marijuana in any one 14 day period. Patients are also allowed to have up to 12 marijuana plants in their home (or with their caregiver), regardless of whether or not the plants are mature or immature.
To get your medical marijuana card in the state of Nevada, a person must be diagnosed with a chronic or debilitating condition and reside in Nevada. Once recommended by a local physician, a registered patient may use their card at dispensaries of their choosing. Please note that the card is good for one year only. It must be renewed annually, one year from the date your application was stamped. The same procedure used in the original application process must be followed.
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The application packet and process consists of:
Patients with a valid Nevada Medical Marijuana Patient or Caregiver card and proper photo identification can purchase marijuana at local dispensaries of their choosing. Please enter your location in the search field above to find trusted, legal medical marijuana businesses in your area.
In November of 2016, Nevada residents voted to legalize recreational cannabis for adults over the age of 21. It took almost a year for the program to roll out, but now anybody visiting the state can visit one of their many recreational dispensaries around Las Vegas, Henderson, or Reno. Be careful though. Cannabis consumption in or around casinos is highly frowned upon and could get you kicked out if you seem too inebriated.
Adults over the age of 21 can purchase recreational flower, concentrates, and edibles from any licensed recreational dispensary.
There are numerous retail dispensaries across the state where you can purchase recreational cannabis. The majority of these dispensaries are around the cities of Las Vegas and Reno, NV.
Legally, nowhere, and be careful because Nevada is pretty strict on these laws. You are only allowed to consume within the privacy of your home. It is illegal to consume in public places such as parks, casinos, hotels, concerts, federal land, etc.
Consumers are allowed to purchase & possess 2.5 ounces of cannabis, concentrates, or edibles.