Frequently Asked

General Questions

Here are the most customer friendly questions for our clients. 

We accept cash And Credit Card.

Mon-Sun:  11:00AM- 11:00PM

Yes, 10 – 15 percent off on first order.

  • Flower/Buds: The dried and cured buds of the cannabis plant, which can be smoked or vaporized.

  • Concentrates: These are cannabis products that have been extracted and concentrated into a more potent form, such as wax, shatter, or oil.

  • Edibles: Cannabis-infused foods and beverages, such as brownies, cookies, gummies, and beverages.

  • Tinctures: Liquid extracts that are taken orally, often placed under the tongue.

  • Topicals: Cannabis-infused creams, lotions, and balms that are applied directly to the skin.

  • Capsules: Pre-dosed capsules containing cannabis oil or powder.

  • Pre-rolls: Pre-rolled joints or blunts that are ready to smoke.

  • Vape cartridges: Pre-filled cartridges that are used with vaporizer pens.

  • Accessories: We carry a variety of smoking and vaping accessories, such as pipes, bongs, and vaporizers.

 

To purchase cannabis from a dispensary in New York, you must be at least 21 years of age. This is the legal age requirement for both recreational and medical use of cannabis in the state of New York. Additionally, customers will need to present a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, to verify their age and identity before making a purchase at a New York dispensary. It’s important to note that local laws and regulations may vary by county or city, so it’s always a good idea to check the specific requirements for the area in which you plan to purchase cannabis.

 

No, it is not legal to consume cannabis on the premises of a dispensary in New York. The state’s cannabis legalization laws prohibit smoking, vaping, or otherwise consuming cannabis in any public place, including dispensaries. Customers must purchase their cannabis products and consume them in a private residence or other location where cannabis consumption is permitted.

 
 

Yes, there are restrictions on how much cannabis you can purchase from a dispensary in New York. According to the state’s cannabis legalization laws, customers are allowed to purchase and possess up to:

  • Three ounces of cannabis flower or dry herb per 24-hour period
  • 24 grams of cannabis concentrate per 24-hour period
  • 800 milligrams of cannabis-infused edibles per 24-hour period

These limits are subject to change, as they may be adjusted by the New York State Cannabis Control Board or local regulations. Additionally, it’s important to note that possession of cannabis in excess of these limits may result in legal consequences. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to check the current regulations and purchase only the amount of cannabis that you are legally allowed to possess.

 

Cannabis dispensaries in New York must adhere to a range of health and safety regulations to ensure the quality and safety of the products they sell. Some of the key regulations include:

  1. Testing: All cannabis products sold in New York must be tested for potency, contaminants, and other quality indicators by a state-approved laboratory.

  2. Packaging and labeling: Cannabis products must be packaged in child-resistant and tamper-evident packaging and labeled with information about the product’s potency, ingredients, and any potential allergens.

  3. Security: Dispensaries must have security measures in place to prevent unauthorized access to cannabis products, including video surveillance, alarms, and secure storage.

  4. Employee training: Dispensary employees must be trained on cannabis products, dosing, and safety, and must adhere to strict protocols to prevent contamination or other safety hazards.

  5. Transportation: All cannabis products must be transported in a secure and traceable manner, following strict protocols to prevent diversion or contamination.

These regulations are designed to protect consumers and ensure that cannabis products sold in New York are safe, accurately labeled, and of high quality. Dispensaries that fail to adhere to these regulations may be subject to fines or other penalties, and may lose their license to operate.