Rules of Compliance

Dispensary Rules & Regulations

We Are Dedicated to the Safe Use & Sale of Cannabis Products & Services

Legal Definitions and Organizations

1Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED)
Oversees dispensaries, optional premises (OPC, aka our garden), and medically infused product kitchens (MIPS). Used to be the Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division (MMED).
2Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE)
Oversees licensing to patients and is in charge of educating dispensaries about rules and regulation charges.
3Red Card
The state-issued license given to patients allowing them to shop at MMJ care centers. Dispensaries are required to keep an updated list of their patients on site.

General Rules & Regulations

1Dispensary Privileges & Restrictions
  • Employees must wear badge while on premises
  • Patients must bring all required documents to shop (No Excuses)
  • Dispensary must keep all medical patient paperwork on file in their system.
  • MMJ may only be sold between 10 am and 7 pm:
    • We can only sell to temporary paperwork patients Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
    • We cannot sell to temporary paperwork patients on holidays (CDPHE is closed)
    • We cannot sell anything medically to non-patients (recreational users), even if it is non-medicated
  • Non-patients may only wait in designated waiting areas in each center:
    • Only caregivers and necessary assistants are allowed back with the patient. If a patient needs someone to help them see, remember what works for them etc.
    • Anyone allowed in back with patient hsould have ID scanned into patient's BioTrack profile.
  • No children without red card and parent are allowed in bud room
  • No pets are allowed inside dispensary unless assisted needs animals
  • Recreational Customers need to have Valid ID to enter the Recreational Area, they may not be on the Medical Side.
2Medical Marijuana vs. Recreational Marijuana
  • Medical marijuana requires a doctor's recommendation, state fee, Colorado residency and approval from the state via Red Card
    • Required to adhere to HIPAA compliance measures
    • Patients must have all documents on their person when purchasing or holding medical marijuana by law
    • We cannot sell anything medically to non-patients (recreational users), even if it is non-medicated
  • Recreational marijuana requires customers to be 21 years or older
3Illegal Activity
  • A patient may only buy products for themselves and no one else. Any indication of purchasing for others is grounds for us to terminate the sale with no questions asked.
  • A patient who receives money from another party on premises will be asked to leave immediately

Product Limit Rules & Regulations

1Medical Product Limits & Rules
  • We may only sell up to 56 grams of product per patient per day
  • This is regardless of patient's plant count (see Amendment added October 14, 2013)
  • This includes both locations (cannot get 56 grams from each location in one day)
  • Edibles are weighed in mg's (milligrams) and one edible = 1 gram for our compliance
  • Plants: Clones may be sold to medical patients with a limit of 6 per day
2Recreational Product Limits & Rules
  • In-state Customers can purchase up to 28 grams - limit one visit per day
  • Out-of-State Customers can purchase up to 7 grams - limit one visit per day
  • Edibles are weighed in mg (milligrams) and one edible = 1 gram for our compliance
  • Clones may be sold to only in-state customers. Recreational users are legally allowed to grow 6 plants with 3 being mature and 3 immature.
    • All consumable products must be locked in safe after hours
    • All flower must be handled with gloves (NO TOUCHING)
    • All flower, pre-rolls, and hash cartridges MUST be labeled before sale is complete!
3Company Restrictions
  • Staff may not ring up friends, significant others or family members
  • Staff is required to park in neighborhood behind S. Colorado Blvd (take right on Amherst)
  • NO ON-SITE CONSUMPTION EVER
  • No call, No Show, No Job

Exit Packaging Rules & Regulations

1Medical Exit Packaging
All products leaving The Health Center must be in an state approved exit bag. See store manager for details.
2Recreational Exit Packaging
All products leaving The Health Center must be in an state approved exit bag. See store manager for details.
3Exit Bags
Exit bags are child resistant and they are also considered a closed container when out of the drivers reach in a vehicle. THC Charges 1.94 after tax for an exit bag. If they bring one back you don’t have to sell them a new one. NO ONE CAN LEAVE WITH PRODUCT UNLESS IT IS IN AN EXIT BAG INCLUDING STAFF!
4Receipts
By Law every customer must be given a copy of their receipt.
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