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How do I obtain a medical marijuana patient card?

This is to inform you of two new processes that involve Nevada patients and medical marijuana cards.

NO MORE DMV
Patients no longer need to visit the DMV for card processing. The Division and the DMV interfaced data systems so that patients’ cards will be mailed to them automatically. The MMP has a system in place to accommodate patients who currently have letters of approval, but who have not yet visited the DMV under the old rules. Patients with approval letters dated June 1, 2016 or later will get their cards in the mail. Patients with an approval letter dated May 31, 2016 or earlier will be contacted by the Division.

ONLINE PATIENT REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
Applying, paying for and getting a medical marijuana approval is now available by using the MMP’s Online Registry.

From the Registry homepage (go to http://dpbh.nv.gov and click to the Medical Marijuana Registry), patients can create their own accounts, scan in their driver’s license, and download and print their application. Patients are still required to secure a physician recommendation and sign the waiver and acknowledgment in the presence of a Notary Public. This process requires internet access, a computer, printer and scanner.

When all pages of the application are complete, applicants can scan and upload them directly to the MMP portal for approval. Letters of approval may be provided in as little as 24 hours. Patients may print the letter for use in dispensaries until their card arrives in the mail (see above).

More information about the Registry is located here.

COME INTO THE+SOURCE
If you are unsure about the process visit us and we will help you with the online application.

 

How do I renew my medical marijuana card?

You are required to renew your medical marijuana card each year. Approximately two months before your card expires, you will receive a renewal packet in the mail (NOTE: make sure to keep your address current with the Division to ensure you receive the packet). Follow the enclosed instructions to complete the included paperwork and mail it back to the Division.

Are you a licensed medical marijuana dispensary?

Yes, we are authorized by the State of Nevada to dispense medical marijuana. As part of that authorization, we adhere to the rules and regulations set forth by the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (“Division”) to ensure patient and product safety.

How do I find a doctor who can recommend medical marijuana?

Any medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy that is licensed by the State of Nevada can recommend an individual for a medical marijuana card. Some physicians specialize in making these recommendations. A list of these physicians is provided below:

Getting Legal
2619 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Ultimate U Medical
8660 Spring Mountain Rd Suite 101
Las Vegas, NV 89117
702-353-9777

How much marijuana am I allowed to purchase?

You may purchase up to 2.5 ounces of medical marijuana each 14-calendar days.

How do I purchase medical marijuana if I have an out of state medical marijuana card?

You may purchase medical marijuana in Nevada as an out of state visitor if you hold a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card issued by the state in which you reside.

Who is allowed to enter the dispensary?

Only patients holding a valid medical marijuana card may enter the dispensary. If an individual who does not hold a medical marijuana card accompanies you, he or she may not enter the dispensary.

Can others find out that I have a medical marijuana card?

No. Medical marijuana card registrations will be stored in a database that only medical marijuana agents (dispensary staff) and law enforcement officials can access. This database is kept strictly confidential and is not viewable by the public, meaning employers, neighbors, family, and even insurance companies won’t know you have a medical marijuana card unless you tell or show them.

What protections does having an MMJ card provide?

Having a medical marijuana card allows you to purchase medical marijuana and provides legal protection against state prosecution for possession, production, or delivery of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. The law also protects non-cardholders in the vicinity of someone legally using medical marijuana.

Are taxes applied to the purchase of medical marijuana?
Medical marijuana sold in the State of Nevada is subject normal sales tax plus a 2% excise sales tax.
What are the qualifying medical conditions to obtain a medical marijuana patient card in Nevada?
  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Cachexia (general physical wasting and malnutrition from chronic disease)
  • Persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis)
  • Seizures (including epilepsy)
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe pain (the most commonly reported condition)
  • Additional conditions, subject to approval by the Division
Do I have to share my personal information with the + source in order to purchase at your store?

Short answer: No. We do not require retail/recreational customers to share any personal information and we do not keep track of your purchase history. Recreational customers can purchase anonymously. We are required to verify your age using a government issued ID, but we will not store your information unless you voluntarily sign up for our rewards program. Customers who choose to sign up for the rewards program will earn points that can be as credit towards future purchases. We do not share any customer information with anyone for any reason.

As of July 1, 2017, medical patients’ transactions are no longer tracked as well.

When will it be legal for me to use cannabis in Nevada?

On January 1, 2017, recreational consumption of cannabis for those 21 and over became legal.  Nevada permits recreational consumption of cannabis in private residences and at some private events (i.e. your private dinner party for friends).  Further, possession of up to ounce of cannabis flower by those 21 and up is also legal.

What isn’t permitted?

Cannabis consumption in public (i.e. walking down the sidewalk or at a bar).  consumption in a moving vehicle, and the sale of recreational cannabis.

If recreational sales are not legal yet, where can I obtain cannabis?

The Nevada Dispensary Association anticipates that recreational sales will begin during the summer of 2017, which is what The+Source is preparing for.  We’ll keep you updated as we have more information.  Until then, The+Source encourages patients to procure medical marijuana recommendations or cards so that they can legally purchase marijuana in Nevada where valid in- and out-of-state recs and cards are accepted.

Are there hotels and casinos that will allow guests to smoke or consume edible marijuana products?

Hotels affiliated with casinos will not allow consumption due to their federal regulations.

Will all dispensaries carry recreational products or will some remain only medical?

There is not currently legislation which restricts the sale of any cannabis products to medical patients only.   Once approved to sell cannabis and cannabis-based products recreationally, The+Source will make all products currently available to medical patients available to recreational consumers.   We cannot, however, confirm what other dispensaries will opt to do and encourage all patients and consumers to contact any dispensary they plan to visit for information about any purchasing restrictions.

How much marijuana can I purchase? And how much can I carry on my person?

Adults over the age of 21 can purchase up to one ounce per visit to legal dispensaries and can possess up to one ounce on their person.

May I buy from more than one dispensary per day?

Yes, if you remain within the legal limit of one ounce per day. A registry to track purchases at the time of sale is under review by Nevada legislature.

May I bring marijuana from other states into Nevada?

It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

May I drive with marijuana in my car?

Yes, with a few stipulations. You may carry no more than the legal limit for recreational customers, 1 ounce, and may not consume cannabis while in a moving vehicle or be under the influence of marijuana while driving.   Further, you may only transport marijuana within the state of Nevada.  Transportation across state lines is still prohibited by federal law.

May I take marijuana on an airplane?

It is illegal to transport marijuana through an airport or on an airplane because marijuana is still considered an illegal substance under federal law.

What marijuana delivery services are available?

While there are several delivery services available for those with medical marijuana cards, recreational delivery services have yet to be approved by state or local legislators.

What are the taxes applied to cannabis sales?

Sales Tax: This is the standard NV sales tax that is paid on nearly all tangible goods purchases. Sales tax rates differ from County to County. In Clark County, the sales tax currently at 8.25%. This tax is paid at the register.

Local Taxes: Several counties, cities, and municipalities have levied taxes on operators that reside within their jurisdictional boundaries. These taxes have been capped at a maximum of 3%. The taxes are paid at the register and may vary between jurisdictions.

Recreational Excise Tax: This is a 10% tax applied to recreational purchases only (a great reason to keep your medical cards). This tax is applied to the after-sales tax balance and is paid at the register.

Wholesale Tax: This tax is applied to ALL wholesale cannabis purchases that dispensaries make, whether grown in-house or purchased through another State licensed supplier. This tax is not seen on the receipt or paid directly at the register, however it does raise the cost of goods sold and is why you will be seeing price increases on products.

What are these taxes used for?

Over the next two years, revenue from the recreational excise tax will largely fund a $20 million boost for the state’s Opportunity Scholarships and provide $25 million to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), with the remainder going to the State’s general fund.

The wholesale tax, which is driving the increase in medical prices, will go to support Nevada’s schools which we will help boost our national education rankings. You can feel good that the taxes you pay are helping our State accomplish great things!

Is marijuana legal in Nevada?

Yes, both medical and recreational marijuana are legal in the state of Nevada. Individuals 18 years and older can maintain a medical card to purchase products from a medical dispensary. Nevada also recognizes medical cards/recommendations from all other states who have legalized medical marijuana.

Individuals without a medical card must be 21 years or older (with valid government issued ID) to legally purchase or possess products from a retail (recreational) dispensary, such as the + source Las Vegas.

Does the + source sell medical and retail (recreational)?

At this time, the + source Las Vegas location serves both medical patients and retail customers. However, the Henderson location serves medical patients only.

Who can use cannabis in Nevada?

Nevada law allows adults 21 years and older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana (or equivalent in the case of infused, concentrated, or extracted products).

Where can I buy marijuana products?

Adults 21+ can purchase up to one ounce of marijuana only from dispensaries, like the + source, who are properly licensed through the state and local jurisdictions. Currently, the + source Las Vegas location qualifies to sell recreational (retail) marijuana. Due to local ordinances in Henderson, the + source Henderson location is currently medical only.

Where can I consume?

Customers and patients are allowed to consume in private, not in public. Furthermore, Clark County ordinances prohibit possession and consumption of marijuana products on gaming properties (i.e. the Las Vegas Strip).

How much am I allowed to possess?

Adults 21 years and older are allowed to possess up to one ounce of marijuana (or equivalent in the case of infused, concentrated, or extracted products). Medical marijuana patients can possess up to 2.5 ounces with valid medical patient credentials. Patients and retail customers are permitted to purchase up to once ounce per transaction.

How much are marijuana taxes?

Medical and retail (recreational) are taxed at different rates:

  • Medical: State wholesale tax (15%), local sales tax (8.25%), local municipal wholesale tax (3%), local municipal retail tax (3%)
  • Retail: State wholesale tax (15%), state retail excise tax (10%), local sales tax (8.25%), local municipal wholesale tax (3%), local municipal retail tax (3%)
What are marijuana taxes used for?

Over the next two years, revenue from the recreational excise tax will largely fund a $20 million boost for the state’s Opportunity Scholarships and provide $25 million to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), with the remainder going to the State’s general fund.

The wholesale tax, which is driving the increase in medical prices, will go to support Nevada’s schools which we will help boost our national education rankings. You can feel good that the taxes you pay are helping our state accomplish great things!

What are the product testing requirements in Nevada?

All products sold in medical and retail dispensaries are required to be tested by third party, licensed laboratories. These state of the art labs test products for moisture content,  pesticides, heavy metals, potency, cannabinoids, terpenes, solvents, bacteria and microbials.

What are the differences between medical and retail (recreational) marijuana?

Most products sold at the + source can be purchased by a medical patient or a retail customer. However, there are some differences to be aware of.

  • Medical patients can possess up to 2.5 ounces. Medical products such as edibles do not have potency limits, and medical products have lower tax rates than retail.
  • Retail customers are limited to possess up to one ounce. Retail edibles are limited to 10 milligrams of THC per dose and 100 milligrams of THC per package.
I have a medical marijuana patient card (or recommendation) from my home state, can I use that to purchase medical cannabis in Nevada?

Yes, out of state patients may purchase medical marijuana in Nevada as a visitor if you hold a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card (or equivalent) used in the state in which you reside.

What are the qualifying conditions to obtain a medical marijuana patient card?

The Division of Public and Behavioral Health maintains a list (http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/MM-Patient-Cardholder-Registry/MM_Patient_Cardholder_Registry_-_Home/) of qualifying conditions, which include:

  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Cachexia (general physical wasting and malnutrition from chronic disease)
  • Persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis)
  • Seizures (including epilepsy)
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe pain (the most commonly reported condition)
  • Additional conditions, subject to approval by the Division
How do I find a doctor who can recommend medical marijuana?

Feel free to talk to the friendly staff at the + source for recommended doctors and certification clinics who specialize in medical marijuana.

Can I take cannabis products back to my home, outside of Nevada?

No. It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

Can I bring marijuana with me from another state?

Short answer: no. It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

Is the + source the best dispensary ever?

Yes, as a matter of fact it is!

Simple style

How do I obtain a medical marijuana patient card?

This is to inform you of two new processes that involve Nevada patients and medical marijuana cards.

NO MORE DMV
Patients no longer need to visit the DMV for card processing. The Division and the DMV interfaced data systems so that patients’ cards will be mailed to them automatically. The MMP has a system in place to accommodate patients who currently have letters of approval, but who have not yet visited the DMV under the old rules. Patients with approval letters dated June 1, 2016 or later will get their cards in the mail. Patients with an approval letter dated May 31, 2016 or earlier will be contacted by the Division.

ONLINE PATIENT REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
Applying, paying for and getting a medical marijuana approval is now available by using the MMP’s Online Registry.

From the Registry homepage (go to http://dpbh.nv.gov and click to the Medical Marijuana Registry), patients can create their own accounts, scan in their driver’s license, and download and print their application. Patients are still required to secure a physician recommendation and sign the waiver and acknowledgment in the presence of a Notary Public. This process requires internet access, a computer, printer and scanner.

When all pages of the application are complete, applicants can scan and upload them directly to the MMP portal for approval. Letters of approval may be provided in as little as 24 hours. Patients may print the letter for use in dispensaries until their card arrives in the mail (see above).

More information about the Registry is located here.

COME INTO THE+SOURCE
If you are unsure about the process visit us and we will help you with the online application.

 

How do I renew my medical marijuana card?

You are required to renew your medical marijuana card each year. Approximately two months before your card expires, you will receive a renewal packet in the mail (NOTE: make sure to keep your address current with the Division to ensure you receive the packet). Follow the enclosed instructions to complete the included paperwork and mail it back to the Division.

Are you a licensed medical marijuana dispensary?

Yes, we are authorized by the State of Nevada to dispense medical marijuana. As part of that authorization, we adhere to the rules and regulations set forth by the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (“Division”) to ensure patient and product safety.

How do I find a doctor who can recommend medical marijuana?

Any medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy that is licensed by the State of Nevada can recommend an individual for a medical marijuana card. Some physicians specialize in making these recommendations. A list of these physicians is provided below:

Getting Legal
2619 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Ultimate U Medical
8660 Spring Mountain Rd Suite 101
Las Vegas, NV 89117
702-353-9777

How much marijuana am I allowed to purchase?

You may purchase up to 2.5 ounces of medical marijuana each 14-calendar days.

How do I purchase medical marijuana if I have an out of state medical marijuana card?

You may purchase medical marijuana in Nevada as an out of state visitor if you hold a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card issued by the state in which you reside.

Who is allowed to enter the dispensary?

Only patients holding a valid medical marijuana card may enter the dispensary. If an individual who does not hold a medical marijuana card accompanies you, he or she may not enter the dispensary.

Can others find out that I have a medical marijuana card?

No. Medical marijuana card registrations will be stored in a database that only medical marijuana agents (dispensary staff) and law enforcement officials can access. This database is kept strictly confidential and is not viewable by the public, meaning employers, neighbors, family, and even insurance companies won’t know you have a medical marijuana card unless you tell or show them.

What protections does having an MMJ card provide?

Having a medical marijuana card allows you to purchase medical marijuana and provides legal protection against state prosecution for possession, production, or delivery of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. The law also protects non-cardholders in the vicinity of someone legally using medical marijuana.

Are taxes applied to the purchase of medical marijuana?
Medical marijuana sold in the State of Nevada is subject normal sales tax plus a 2% excise sales tax.
What are the qualifying medical conditions to obtain a medical marijuana patient card in Nevada?
  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Cachexia (general physical wasting and malnutrition from chronic disease)
  • Persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis)
  • Seizures (including epilepsy)
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe pain (the most commonly reported condition)
  • Additional conditions, subject to approval by the Division
Do I have to share my personal information with the + source in order to purchase at your store?

Short answer: No. We do not require retail/recreational customers to share any personal information and we do not keep track of your purchase history. Recreational customers can purchase anonymously. We are required to verify your age using a government issued ID, but we will not store your information unless you voluntarily sign up for our rewards program. Customers who choose to sign up for the rewards program will earn points that can be as credit towards future purchases. We do not share any customer information with anyone for any reason.

As of July 1, 2017, medical patients’ transactions are no longer tracked as well.

When will it be legal for me to use cannabis in Nevada?

On January 1, 2017, recreational consumption of cannabis for those 21 and over became legal.  Nevada permits recreational consumption of cannabis in private residences and at some private events (i.e. your private dinner party for friends).  Further, possession of up to ounce of cannabis flower by those 21 and up is also legal.

What isn’t permitted?

Cannabis consumption in public (i.e. walking down the sidewalk or at a bar).  consumption in a moving vehicle, and the sale of recreational cannabis.

If recreational sales are not legal yet, where can I obtain cannabis?

The Nevada Dispensary Association anticipates that recreational sales will begin during the summer of 2017, which is what The+Source is preparing for.  We’ll keep you updated as we have more information.  Until then, The+Source encourages patients to procure medical marijuana recommendations or cards so that they can legally purchase marijuana in Nevada where valid in- and out-of-state recs and cards are accepted.

Are there hotels and casinos that will allow guests to smoke or consume edible marijuana products?

Hotels affiliated with casinos will not allow consumption due to their federal regulations.

Will all dispensaries carry recreational products or will some remain only medical?

There is not currently legislation which restricts the sale of any cannabis products to medical patients only.   Once approved to sell cannabis and cannabis-based products recreationally, The+Source will make all products currently available to medical patients available to recreational consumers.   We cannot, however, confirm what other dispensaries will opt to do and encourage all patients and consumers to contact any dispensary they plan to visit for information about any purchasing restrictions.

How much marijuana can I purchase? And how much can I carry on my person?

Adults over the age of 21 can purchase up to one ounce per visit to legal dispensaries and can possess up to one ounce on their person.

May I buy from more than one dispensary per day?

Yes, if you remain within the legal limit of one ounce per day. A registry to track purchases at the time of sale is under review by Nevada legislature.

May I bring marijuana from other states into Nevada?

It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

May I drive with marijuana in my car?

Yes, with a few stipulations. You may carry no more than the legal limit for recreational customers, 1 ounce, and may not consume cannabis while in a moving vehicle or be under the influence of marijuana while driving.   Further, you may only transport marijuana within the state of Nevada.  Transportation across state lines is still prohibited by federal law.

May I take marijuana on an airplane?

It is illegal to transport marijuana through an airport or on an airplane because marijuana is still considered an illegal substance under federal law.

What marijuana delivery services are available?

While there are several delivery services available for those with medical marijuana cards, recreational delivery services have yet to be approved by state or local legislators.

What are the taxes applied to cannabis sales?

Sales Tax: This is the standard NV sales tax that is paid on nearly all tangible goods purchases. Sales tax rates differ from County to County. In Clark County, the sales tax currently at 8.25%. This tax is paid at the register.

Local Taxes: Several counties, cities, and municipalities have levied taxes on operators that reside within their jurisdictional boundaries. These taxes have been capped at a maximum of 3%. The taxes are paid at the register and may vary between jurisdictions.

Recreational Excise Tax: This is a 10% tax applied to recreational purchases only (a great reason to keep your medical cards). This tax is applied to the after-sales tax balance and is paid at the register.

Wholesale Tax: This tax is applied to ALL wholesale cannabis purchases that dispensaries make, whether grown in-house or purchased through another State licensed supplier. This tax is not seen on the receipt or paid directly at the register, however it does raise the cost of goods sold and is why you will be seeing price increases on products.

What are these taxes used for?

Over the next two years, revenue from the recreational excise tax will largely fund a $20 million boost for the state’s Opportunity Scholarships and provide $25 million to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), with the remainder going to the State’s general fund.

The wholesale tax, which is driving the increase in medical prices, will go to support Nevada’s schools which we will help boost our national education rankings. You can feel good that the taxes you pay are helping our State accomplish great things!

Is marijuana legal in Nevada?

Yes, both medical and recreational marijuana are legal in the state of Nevada. Individuals 18 years and older can maintain a medical card to purchase products from a medical dispensary. Nevada also recognizes medical cards/recommendations from all other states who have legalized medical marijuana.

Individuals without a medical card must be 21 years or older (with valid government issued ID) to legally purchase or possess products from a retail (recreational) dispensary, such as the + source Las Vegas.

Does the + source sell medical and retail (recreational)?

At this time, the + source Las Vegas location serves both medical patients and retail customers. However, the Henderson location serves medical patients only.

Who can use cannabis in Nevada?

Nevada law allows adults 21 years and older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana (or equivalent in the case of infused, concentrated, or extracted products).

Where can I buy marijuana products?

Adults 21+ can purchase up to one ounce of marijuana only from dispensaries, like the + source, who are properly licensed through the state and local jurisdictions. Currently, the + source Las Vegas location qualifies to sell recreational (retail) marijuana. Due to local ordinances in Henderson, the + source Henderson location is currently medical only.

Where can I consume?

Customers and patients are allowed to consume in private, not in public. Furthermore, Clark County ordinances prohibit possession and consumption of marijuana products on gaming properties (i.e. the Las Vegas Strip).

How much am I allowed to possess?

Adults 21 years and older are allowed to possess up to one ounce of marijuana (or equivalent in the case of infused, concentrated, or extracted products). Medical marijuana patients can possess up to 2.5 ounces with valid medical patient credentials. Patients and retail customers are permitted to purchase up to once ounce per transaction.

How much are marijuana taxes?

Medical and retail (recreational) are taxed at different rates:

  • Medical: State wholesale tax (15%), local sales tax (8.25%), local municipal wholesale tax (3%), local municipal retail tax (3%)
  • Retail: State wholesale tax (15%), state retail excise tax (10%), local sales tax (8.25%), local municipal wholesale tax (3%), local municipal retail tax (3%)
What are marijuana taxes used for?

Over the next two years, revenue from the recreational excise tax will largely fund a $20 million boost for the state’s Opportunity Scholarships and provide $25 million to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), with the remainder going to the State’s general fund.

The wholesale tax, which is driving the increase in medical prices, will go to support Nevada’s schools which we will help boost our national education rankings. You can feel good that the taxes you pay are helping our state accomplish great things!

What are the product testing requirements in Nevada?

All products sold in medical and retail dispensaries are required to be tested by third party, licensed laboratories. These state of the art labs test products for moisture content,  pesticides, heavy metals, potency, cannabinoids, terpenes, solvents, bacteria and microbials.

What are the differences between medical and retail (recreational) marijuana?

Most products sold at the + source can be purchased by a medical patient or a retail customer. However, there are some differences to be aware of.

  • Medical patients can possess up to 2.5 ounces. Medical products such as edibles do not have potency limits, and medical products have lower tax rates than retail.
  • Retail customers are limited to possess up to one ounce. Retail edibles are limited to 10 milligrams of THC per dose and 100 milligrams of THC per package.
I have a medical marijuana patient card (or recommendation) from my home state, can I use that to purchase medical cannabis in Nevada?

Yes, out of state patients may purchase medical marijuana in Nevada as a visitor if you hold a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card (or equivalent) used in the state in which you reside.

What are the qualifying conditions to obtain a medical marijuana patient card?

The Division of Public and Behavioral Health maintains a list (http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/MM-Patient-Cardholder-Registry/MM_Patient_Cardholder_Registry_-_Home/) of qualifying conditions, which include:

  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Cachexia (general physical wasting and malnutrition from chronic disease)
  • Persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis)
  • Seizures (including epilepsy)
  • Severe nausea
  • Severe pain (the most commonly reported condition)
  • Additional conditions, subject to approval by the Division
How do I find a doctor who can recommend medical marijuana?

Feel free to talk to the friendly staff at the + source for recommended doctors and certification clinics who specialize in medical marijuana.

Can I take cannabis products back to my home, outside of Nevada?

No. It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

Can I bring marijuana with me from another state?

Short answer: no. It is illegal to cross state lines with marijuana per federal law.

Is the + source the best dispensary ever?

Yes, as a matter of fact it is!