No. There are no approved marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma as the sale of adult-use cannabis in the State of Oklahoma remains illegal under Title 63 §2-101, et seq. of the Oklahoma Statutes.
Yes. Oklahoma permits medical marijuana dispensaries to operate within its jurisdiction according to Article XIV of the Oklahoma Municipal Code. Medical marijuana was legalized in the State of Oklahoma in 2018 when Oklahoma voters approved State Question 788.
Some Oklahoma medical marijuana dispensaries permit buyers to order medical cannabis online. However, such orders can only be received at the premises of the dispensaries, as Oklahoma law prohibits cannabis delivery in the city. You cannot order adult-use cannabis as recreational cannabis is illegal in the city.
In Oklahoma, there are no approved recreational weed dispensaries. Therefore, you cannot yet legally buy adult-use weed in the city. However, you may visit authorized medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. While visiting a medical marijuana dispensary, ensure you hold a medical marijuana card and cash to complete the purchases. You may also experience a queue at dispensaries in the city as some of these facilities only permit a few people to enter their premises at once.
Adult-use cannabis dispensaries are illegal in Oklahoma; hence, there are currently no laws pertaining to adult-use cannabis dispensaries in the city. However, medical patients or their caregivers with valid medical marijuana patient licenses can buy medical cannabis products from Oklahoma medical marijuana dispensaries. Medical marijuana dispensaries are required to use the state's medical marijuana patients database to verify visitors' physical medical marijuana cards before selling them medical marijuana. Medical marijuana dispensaries may not sell medical cannabis to out-of-state entities or individuals.
Oklahoma medical marijuana dispensaries may not be located within 1,000 feet of a private or public school. They may sell seedlings, concentrates, plants, edibles, and flower. No medical marijuana dispensary may sell more than 3 ounces of usable cannabis, 1 ounce of cannabis concentrate, and 72 ounces of edible cannabis products in a single transaction.
Under the Oklahoma Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substance Act, the possession and sale of recreational cannabis are illegal. Possession of marijuana for recreational purposes is a misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail or a $10,000 fine. Additional charges (or certain circumstances) may result in harsher penalties. In Oklahoma, selling marijuana for recreational purposes is punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment, a fine of up to $5,000, or both.
Medical marijuana is legal in Oklahoma as stipulated under the Oklahoma State Question 788. Under SQ 788, Oklahoma residents aged 18 or older purchase medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries. Patients under 18 or unable to make their own medical cannabis transactions for approved reasons may designate caregivers to purchase and transport medical marijuana on their behalf. Oklahoma patients under 18 are permitted to designate two caregivers who are their legal guardians or parents.
Registered Oklahoma patients may possess up to 3 ounces of usable cannabis on them and 8 ounces of the same at home. They may also possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis concentrates and 72 ounces of edible cannabis products. Patients can grow their own cannabis but are restricted to six mature cannabis plants and six seedlings. Caregivers may also be designated to grow cannabis on patients' behalf. However, cannabis cultivation may not be visible from a public right of way.
Cannabis plants grown by medical marijuana patient licensees or caregivers may only be cultivated on real property owned by license holders or on real property for which the licenses have obtained written permission for cannabis cultivation.
Cannabis use is permitted in private residences but prohibited in public areas. It is unlawful to drive under the influence of marijuana. Still, Oklahoma residents with medical marijuana licenses are permitted to drive with the substance or products in their vehicle (in sealed containers and out of reach of the drivers and passengers) as long as they do not cross state lines.
Note that the possession of marijuana for non-medical purposes is deemed a misdemeanor. Persons caught in possession of marijuana without valid registry identification but who show proof of approved medical conditions may still face fines.
In order to be eligible to obtain a medical marijuana card in Oklahoma, you must reside in Oklahoma or another State of Oklahoma location, be aged 18 or older, and have an acceptable photo ID, a signed Physician Recommendation Form from an authorized physician, and proof of identity. Medical marijuana licenses are valid for 24 months.
Before your physician may issue a medical marijuana recommendation, you must be certified to have a debilitating medical condition. Although SQ 788 does not identify qualifying conditions, common conditions for which you may be issued a physician's recommendation for medical marijuana include HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, muscle spasms, cancer, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, neuropathic pain disorders, and cachexia.
Upon obtaining a physician's recommendation, visit the OMMA portal to create an account. After verifying your email, you may proceed to fill out the application and upload the required documents. The following documents will be required:
Digital photo on a plain white or off-white background
Proof of identity
Proof of residency, such as an Oklahoma ID card, Oklahoma driver's license, a utility bill for the calendar month preceding the application date, a current rental agreement for an Oklahoma residential property, a residential property deed in the state, or a State of Oklahoma tax return for the year preceding your application
Physician recommendation form dated within one month of your application submission
Proof of Medicaid, Medicare, or Disabled Veteran Status, if applicable
Before completing the application, you will be required to pay a non-refundable application fee of $100. If you have proof of enrollment with Medicare or Medicaid or have a 100% disabled veteran status, you are eligible to pay a $20 fee instead of the standard $100 application fee. You may pay the fee using Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit card on the OMMA portal.
Upon submitting your application, OMMA will review it for completeness. Upon your application approval, you will receive an acceptance letter and the medical marijuana identity card within 14 business days. Then OMMA will mail the card to you by regular U.S. Postal Service first-class mail. For more information on obtaining a medical marijuana card as a minor patient, caregiver, or temporary visitor in Oklahoma, visit the OMMA Website. Oklahoma patients with disabilities who need additional assistance in submitting their applications may contact an OMMA representative by calling (405) 522-6662.
It is unlawful to use cannabis for recreational purposes in Oklahoma. However, you may consume medical cannabis in private residences.
There are no legal ways to buy adult-use cannabis in Oklahoma, as recreational cannabis is prohibited in the city. However, you may purchase medical marijuana from approved medical marijuana dispensaries in the city by visiting the location of the dispensaries. To find the locations of medical marijuana dispensaries near you, put the search term “weed dispensaries near me” in an online search engine.
Oklahoma does not permit adult-use cannabis sales within its borders. However, an ounce of medical marijuana in the city costs about $300 - $350.
Some of the popular cannabis strains in Oklahoma include:
Super Lemon Haze
No. Cannabis smoking in public places is illegal in Oklahoma.
Possession of any amount of cannabis for recreational use is illegal in Oklahoma. However, medical marijuana license holders and caregivers may possess up to:
28 grams of cannabis concentrates
72 ounces of edible products
3 ounces of usable cannabis on them
8 ounces of usable cannabis at home
Oklahoma medical marijuana license holders may also cultivate six mature cannabis plants and six cannabis seedlings.
No. Shipping cannabis into Oklahoma from another state (even if cannabis is legal in that state or city) is prohibited as cannabis remains illegal federally and in Oklahoma.
You cannot order adult-use marijuana in Oklahoma. While you may find dispensaries in the city allowing medical cannabis buyers to order medical marijuana products online, such buyers may only take receipt of their orders at the premises of the dispensaries. Medical cannabis delivery is illegal in Oklahoma.
Some Oklahoma medical marijuana dispensaries offer 24 hours services. There are also no statutes in the state law or regulations in the city ordinance stipulating operation hours for medical marijuana dispensaries. There are no recreational cannabis dispensaries in the city.
Tourists cannot use recreational marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma as recreational cannabis is illegal in the city. Medical marijuana dispensaries in the city are also out of bounds to visitors, except they obtain temporary medical marijuana adult licenses. A temporary license grants the same rights as a permanent license but is valid for a shorter period.
Currently, it is illegal to purchase recreational weed within Oklahoma, as weed dispensaries are not permitted to operate in the city. However, if you are a medical marijuana patient, you may buy medical marijuana products by presenting your medical marijuana identification card.
There are no approved medical marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma. However, some of the best medical cannabis dispensaries in the city include:
Likewise Cannabis Craft
There are no authorized adult-use weed dispensaries in Oklahoma. However, medical marijuana dispensaries in the city will scan your ID when entering their premises. Also, state law does not require medical cannabis dispensaries in the city to scan your ID to keep your personal information.
No dispensaries are authorized to dispense adult-use marijuana in the City of Oklahoma. However, there are over 300 medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Recreational weed dispensaries are not permitted within the borders of Oklahoma. However, for medical marijuana transactions, payments are typically accepted in cash. Many Oklahoma dispensaries have ATMs on their premises, which buyers may use to withdraw cash for medical cannabis transactions.
You cannot visit a recreational dispensary in Oklahoma as adult-use cannabis dispensaries are banned in the city. However, registered medical marijuana patients may visit several dispensaries in one day. Note that you will not be able to buy more than the stipulated limit.
There are no approved adult-use marijuana dispensaries in the City of Oklahoma. Although medicinal marijuana is available in the city for people who qualify, health insurance companies do not cover it since the Controlled Substances Act still classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug.
While adult-use dispensaries do not operate in Oklahoma, medical weed dispensaries in the city are required by state law to track weed purchases made by their customers.
Oklahoma has no approved recreational marijuana dispensary. However, if you are under 18, you may require the help of your parent or legal guardian to visit a medical marijuana dispensary.
With recreational marijuana illegal in the city, medical cannabis activities in Oklahoma are regulated by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). OMMA is responsible for administering a registry for patients, physicians, and caregivers and issuing dispensaries, growers, processors, laboratories, and transporters licenses. You can find OMMA's contact information on its website.
You may report illegal cannabis activities in Oklahoma to the Oklahoma Police Department or the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.