With just a few miles between each other, the towns of Taylor and Snowflake work together to help their communities prosper. While this page features Taylor dispensaries, you can’t mention one town without the other. Patients in both towns get to have easy access to the natural medicine they need. If you want more options from out of town, consider traveling to Show Low, just 15 minutes south. Keep reading for more information about Arizona dispensaries.
Even with a medical marijuana card, you have a low chance of qualifying for home cannabis growing. You can request to grow if you live over 25 miles away from a dispensary. However, 97 percent of Arizonans have a dispensary close enough to disqualify them. If you think you could qualify, you can use the Department of Health Services database to check your location.
Many people new to medical marijuana have the stereotype of cannabis purchases in their mind. As a new patient, you might imagine your dispensary doing shady deals in an alleyway to get medical marijuana products. In reality, Arizona dispensaries must grow and produce their own medicine or get it from another dispensary. Every dispensary that creates edibles must also have food certification.
To get a medical marijuana card, you must have a qualifying condition and live in Arizona. If you have residency in another state, you can’t get an Arizona patient license. But, a medical marijuana registration from another state will let you own cannabis medicine — you just can’t buy it. However, patients with mobility problems and other barriers to accessing marijuana can designate a caregiver to buy medicine for them.
For more information about Arizona’s medical cannabis program, visit the links on the right side of this page. You can also use our doctor listings to find a physician trained in cannabis medicine. Then, visit a dispensary near you from the list above.