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Best Marijuana Dispensaries in Washington

Recreational and Medical Marijuana is legal is Washington state for individuals 21 years of age and older. You can purchase marijuana from any Washington state-licensed dispensary, regardless of your patient status. Marijuana delivery in Washington state is also available throughout the state. See below for the best marijuana dispensaries in Washington.

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Where can I Purchase Marijuana in Washington?

Under current Washington state marijuana laws, adult-use marijuana may be legally purchased only from a state-licensed retailer. Patients and caregivers may also purchase medical cannabis from any state-licensed retailer. Tribal ID cards are valid as identification if they meet the rules laid out by the WSLCB. According to the board’s website, tribal enrollment cards may only be used if the following requirements are met: 

  • The Tribe has notified the Board that it intends to use the ID card to purchase marijuana
  • The enrollment card has a photo, a signature, and a date of birth
  • The enrollment card has security features comparable to state Driver’s License. 

There is a Washington state marijuana tax for retail consumers. Under state law, all retail marijuana sales are subject to a 37% excise tax, in addition to regular state and local sales tax. Medical patients are not subject to the excise tax or retail sales tax on marijuana purchases.

Where Can I Consume Marijuana in Washington?

It remains illegal to consume marijuana or marijuana-infused products in public view. Marijuana cannot be consumed wherever tobacco smoking is prohibited.

Legal Possession of Marijuana in Washington

Under Washington state recreational marijuana laws, adults 21 and older can purchase in a single day up to :

  • 1 ounce, or 28.35 grams, of usable marijuana
  • 16 ounces, or 454 grams, of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form;
  • 72 fluid ounces, or 2.13 liters, of cannabis in liquid form, and;
  • 7 grams, or a quarter-ounce (0.25 oz), of cannabis concentrates.

Medical marijuana patients may purchase and possess up to:

  •  3 ounces of marijuana, or 85 grams;
  • 48 ounces, or 1.36 kilograms of marijuana-infused products in solid form;
  • 1.69 gallons, or 6.4 liters of marijuana-infused products in liquid form, or; 
  • 21 grams of marijuana concentrate.

Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal and consumption in a vehicle is neither allowed for drivers nor for passengers. Consumers can carry cannabis in their vehicles, but it must be in a sealed container or in the trunk. However, it is illegal to transport any open package or container of cannabis or marijuana-infused products. 

It remains illegal to transport cannabis from across state lines. Washington stipulates that more than 5 nanograms of active THC per milliliter of blood is the limit for driving, and a blood test can be performed at a police station or a medical facility. A nanogram is one-billionth of a gram. The state advises waiting at least 5 hours after inhalation to drive, and longer after consuming edibles.

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