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In Nevada, medical marijuana was legalized in 2001, paving the way for patients to get relief from various health conditions. Fast-forward to 2016, recreational marijuana also got the green light for adults aged 21 and over. This progression made it simpler for residents and tourists alike to access marijuana, with the proper legal provisions in place.
Recently, the passage of Senate Bill 277 brought some noteworthy changes to Nevada’s marijuana laws. This legislation not only increased the possession and purchase limit for marijuana but also granted new allowances for licensed dispensaries.
Introduced by Democratic state Sen. Dallas Harris, Senate Bill 277 more than doubles the possession and purchase limits for marijuana. This means the cap increased from one ounce of usable cannabis to 2.5 ounces, while the limit for cannabis concentrates has increased threefold from 0,12 ounce to 0,35 ounce.
The legislation also ensures that all adult-use cannabis dispensaries can sell cannabis products to medical marijuana patients. Furthermore, the bill relaxes bans on individuals with felony convictions, allowing them to obtain licenses to operate or work at cannabis businesses in Nevada.
While adult-use cannabis is legal in Nevada, having a medical marijuana card as a patient brings several benefits that aren’t afforded to recreational users.
As a medical marijuana patient, you are allowed to possess up to 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis, 10,000 milligrams of THC concentrate or a combination of usable and concentrated cannabis not to exceed the legal limit every 14 days. This is a significant increase compared to the limit set for recreational users, who are only allowed to purchase up to one ounce of flower and 1/8 of an ounce of concentrate.
As a cardholder, you are exempt from the 10% retail excise tax applied to recreational marijuana users. Instead, you are only required to pay a 6.85 – 8.375% sales tax, resulting in significant savings compared to recreational users.
Patients and adult users residing more than 25 miles from a dispensary have the option to cultivate their own plants. Adult users can grow up to six plants per person, with a maximum of 12 mature plants per residence. Medical users have the allowance to cultivate up to 12 mature plants.
While most patients and adult users live within 25 miles of a dispensary, limiting their cultivation privileges, exceptions apply. If a patient cannot access a specific cannabis strain or type they require, they are permitted to cultivate up to 12 mature plants, regardless of their proximity to a dispensary.
Cultivating your own plants offers more control over the strains grown and the growing conditions, which can be crucial for patients who rely on specific strains for their therapeutic effects.
It is important to verify local zoning laws before initiating any personal cultivation endeavors.
In certain circumstances, a caregiver may also be exempt from the 25-mile exemption. This exception allows caregivers to cultivate cannabis even if they live within 25 miles of a dispensary, ensuring they can provide the necessary care to patients who are unable to grow their own.
To start your application process, gather the following documents:
The initial consultation with a Nevada-registered practitioner through Dr. Weedy secure, HIPAA-compliant online consultation service is a flat fee of $79 for a certificate. However, this fee is refundable if you don’t qualify for an MMJ Card and the practitioner doesn’t sign your certificate.
Once you’ve secured your certificate, the next step is to register and settle the state application fee. This fee stands at $50 for a one-year MMJ Card and doubles to $100 for a two-year duration. It’s crucial to understand that this is a non-refundable state fee, a requirement every time patients submit their application.
While recreational marijuana is legalized in Nevada for individuals aged 21 and over, there are distinct advantages to having a medical marijuana card.
In order to obtain a medical marijuana card in Nevada, you need to be a resident with a state-issued driver's license or identification card. There are no age limitations, however, patients under the age of 18 must have a caregiver. To qualify, a patient must have a diagnosed medical condition that meets the state's eligibility criteria, a physician's endorsement, complete all necessary documentation, and pay all applicable fees.
Medical marijuana patients in Nevada have access to a broad range of products at their local dispensaries. This includes dry cannabis flower, edibles, pre-rolled joints, vaporizers, concentrates, topicals, and tinctures.
In Nevada, medical marijuana cardholders are permitted to cultivate cannabis under the following circumstances: