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All non-medical customers over 21 are considered recreational customers. Medical customers carry a state-issued “green card” that gives them extra bonuses, like no sales or local taxes on weed. In other words, all adults can buy marijuana no matter what, but a medical card makes cannabis treatment more convenient for those with debilitating conditions.
To get a medical marijuana card, you must enter the state’s MMJ database. Get a completed authorization form from your doctor, then give it to a consultant at a licensed dispensary. Since Lucky Leaf Co. doesn’t have a permit, you’ll have to go somewhere else to sign up.
Lucky Leaf Co.’s inventory focuses mostly on extracts and edibles, but they have tons of strains, too. Here’s a sample menu to give you an idea:
If this sounds like the place for you, check them out at 1111 W. First Ave., between Jefferson and Madison streets. They don’t offer pre-orders or delivery options, and they also don’t accept debit or credit card payments. You can check their online menu in advance to see what they have in stock.
Lucky Leaf Co. serves recreational customers in Spokane, Wash. They don’t have a medical endorsement from the state, so they can’t offer medical services. However, their budtenders are happy to answer your general questions in person, on the phone or via email.