Dispensaries provide cannabis medicine to qualifying patients. They work somewhat like a pharmacy, but they provide a different experience. Every dispensary has to receive a license from the state before selling medical marijuana. You can rest assured that they follow high standards.
In addition to providing medicine, dispensaries can have services like:
As of August 2018, medical cannabis businesses in Oklahoma still need to complete the right preparations before serving patients. However, the emergency medical marijuana rules and SQ 788 leave plenty of room for dispensaries to help patients in more ways than just selling medicine. Check back as our directory grows to see the diverse options you have as a registered patient.
The medical marijuana industry has plenty of standards in place to ensure high-quality care. However, it involves different procedures than the traditional medical industry. New patients can feel a little overwhelmed by these new steps to take to get care. MarijuanaDoctors.com features comprehensive information about medical cannabis for all patients, including:
Of course, we also offer dispensary directories for every legal medical marijuana state, including this page.
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Patients must have a state-issued medical marijuana patient or caregiver card to buy medicine at a dispensary. Since Oklahoma doesn’t offer legal recreational sales, you have to register for a medical card even if you have a 21+ ID. Out-of-state patients may qualify for a temporary card. Learn more about the different medical cannabis cards you can get in Oklahoma.