Currently the state laws about selling, possessing, and using cannabis are still quite strict.
Medicinal use was passed during the last election cycle, however I assume we are still a few years away from the legalization of recreational pot.
Anyone who can get a doctor to issue you a prescription is allowed to buy up to 4 ounces of medical marijuana per month. This is absolutely twice as much weed as I normally smoke, so the limits didn’t concern me. What does concern me is the price of things in the medical cannabis dispensary. It is prefer a pharmacy, and we all assume that buying meds at the pharmacy isn’t cheap! The cagey consumer can use the medical cannabis laws to their favor, and find any number of little ways to save money on weed. Almost every cannabis dispensary has some kind of bargain table of sale area. This is where they stick the cannabis products nobody wants to buy, or are approaching their expiration date. If you aren’t picky about what kind of medical cannabis you use, there is constantly a fantastic deal on these bargain tables. Often you have to hunt for these sales, because the cannabis dispensary will hide them in the back of the shop. The key to saving money on medical cannabis is “not being too picky” because as they say, beggars can’t be choosers. If you keep an open mind, and are willing to experiment with new forms and strains of medical cannabis, you can save a lot of money every month.