Dispensaries Near Me in Mississippi

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How Many Dispensaries Are in Mississippi?

The Mississippi Department of Revenue (DOR) has issued licenses to several marijuana dispensaries. Currently, Mississippi dispensary licensees operate in over 180 marijuana dispensary locations, selling medical cannabis to qualifying patients and their caregivers in the state. These dispensaries are commonly called Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers in Mississippi.

When Do Mississippi Marijuana Dispensaries Open Near Me?

Mississippi-licensed marijuana dispensaries have varying operating hours, depending on location. Generally, most cannabis dispensaries in the state open for business between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. daily. Marijuana consumers in Mississippi can view the operating hours of marijuana dispensaries near them on their websites.

Do Mississippi Cannabis Dispensaries Open Late Near Me?

Marijuana consumers can find marijuana dispensaries in Mississippi that open late near them, but most dispensaries do not open later than 8:00 p.m. Depending on the day of the week, some dispensaries close their shops as early as 2:00 p.m. Cannabis consumers who like visiting marijuana dispensaries in the evening can contact dispensaries near them in Mississippi to find out their exact closing times.

Are there Mississippi Dispensaries Near Me that Deliver?

No. In compliance with Chapter 24 of the Medical Cannabis Dispensary Regulations, no Mississippi-licensed marijuana dispensary can deliver cannabis in the state.

Are there Mississippi Dispensaries that Ship Out of State?

None of the licensed marijuana dispensaries in Mississippi can ship cannabis out of state. Cannabis remains a controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act and cannot be taken across state lines.

Are there Recreational Dispensaries in Mississippi?

There are no recreational marijuana dispensaries in Mississippi. Adult-use cannabis remains prohibited in the state.

What Do I Need to Bring to a Mississippi Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Near Me?

The sale of recreational marijuana is prohibited in Mississippi.

What Do I Need to Bring to a Mississippi Medical Marijuana Dispensary Near Me?

Cannabis patients in Mississippi with qualifying medical conditions must bring their Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH)-issued medical marijuana card to state-licensed dispensaries to purchase medical cannabis. The state's medical marijuana card is usually issued as an electronic identification card. Patients must hold enough cash to purchase medical cannabis supplies.

Can I Visit a Mississippi Dispensary Near Me Without a Medical Marijuana Card?

No. Mississippi medical marijuana law requires patients enrolled in the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Program (MMCP) to bring their state-issued medical marijuana cards when visiting any licensed medical dispensary in the state.

Can I Enter a Mississippi Dispensary Near Me at Age 18?

No, patients aged 18 cannot enter a Mississippi marijuana dispensary. The state's medical marijuana law prohibits individuals under 21 from entering licensed dispensaries unless accompanied by their guardians.

How Many Mississippi Dispensaries Near Me Can I Visit in A Day?

Cannabis patients are not limited in the number of Mississippi medical marijuana dispensaries they can visit in a day.

Do Mississippi Dispensaries Near Me Take Credit Cards?

Marijuana dispensaries in Mississippi do not take credit card payments. It is a violation of federal laws.

Do Mississippi Dispensaries Near Me Accept Medical Insurance?

Medical cannabis dispensaries in Mississippi do not accept medical insurance. No health insurer, organization for managed care, or government assistance program is required to reimburse or pay for costs associated with an individual's medical use of cannabis.

Do Mississippi Dispensaries Near Me Track How Much Weed I Buy?

Yes, Mississippi-licensed medical cannabis dispensaries track the amount of medical cannabis they dispense to patients. They are required to report details of medical cannabis sales to the Prescription Monitoring Program every 24 hours.

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