Yes, there are cannabis dispensaries in Virginia Beach which dispense weed products to medical marijuana patients. Virginia prohibits the sale of marijuana products for recreational use. Therefore, Virginia Beach does not have legitimate recreational cannabis dispensaries within its borders.
Yes. There are five pharmaceutical processors allowed to establish medical marijuana dispensing facilities in various cities in Virginia, including Virginia Beach. There is no official resource stating the specific number of weed dispensaries located within Virginia Beach. Virginia permitted the distribution and possession of cannabis products for medical purposes in 1979. According to Section 18.2-251-1 of the Virginia Code, pharmacists cannot be prosecuted for dispensing cannabis products to persons with valid recommendations for medical marijuana treatment.
Yes. Virginia Beach does not restrict online cannabis dispensaries from operating within city limits and delivering weed products to medical marijuana patients with valid prescriptions from qualified healthcare practitioners. There is no limitation regarding the type of weed products medical marijuana patients in Virginia Beach can obtain from online dispensaries.
In line with the provisions of House Bill 933, medical marijuana patients buying weed products from dispensaries in Virginia Beach must present valid government-issued IDs and written certifications for cannabis use issued by qualified healthcare practitioners.
Virginia Beach dispensaries can only sell weed products for medical purposes because recreational marijuana sale is illegal in the city.
There are no approved recreational marijuana dispensaries within Virginia Beach. However, residents 21 years and older can grow up to four marijuana plants at home for recreational consumption. Eligible recreational marijuana users in Virginia Beach must ensure that their cannabis plants are not visible from public spaces. They must also take precautions to prevent persons under 21 years from accessing their cultivation areas. Furthermore, Virginia Beach residents who are up to 21 years old can give out marijuana products to other eligible adults without remuneration.
Virginia Beach residents with valid recommendations for marijuana treatment can purchase weed products from dispensaries in the city. Medical marijuana patients who are up to 21 years old can grow cannabis plants at home for personal use.
Pursuant to the approval of House Bill 933, Virginia no longer requires medical marijuana patients to obtain medical cannabis identification cards from the Virginia Board of Pharmacy. Patients only need written certifications for marijuana treatment from registered practitioners and government-issued IDs when buying weed products from dispensaries in Virginia Beach. However, medical marijuana patients in Virginia Beach can obtain optional registration cards for medical marijuana treatment from the Board of Pharmacy. They must complete online applications, pay $50 application fees, and send copies of their written certifications for cannabis use, valid government-issued IDs, and proof of residency in Virginia Beach to the Virginia Board of Pharmacy at:
Board of Pharmacy
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23233
Virginia Beach City residents 21 years and older can legally consume marijuana products within their private residences.
To purchase weed products at medical cannabis dispensaries in Virginia Beach, residents must present valid government-issued photo identifications and written certifications for marijuana treatment issued by certified practitioners.
Virginia Beach residents can buy 1 gram of weed for approximately $19 and 1 ounce of cannabis for about $112 at dispensaries within the city.
Some of the most popular weed strains in Virginia Beach are Granddaddy Purple, Obama Kush, Bubba Kush, Platinum Girl Scout Cookies, and Blue Dream.
No. The provisions of Section 4.1-1108 of the Code of Virginia prohibit Virginia Beach residents from consuming marijuana products in public spaces.
As stipulated in Section 4.1-1100 of the Code of Virginia, Virginia Beach residents 21 years and older can legally carry up to 1 ounce of marijuana products.
Marijuana is illegal at the federal level for medical and recreational use. Therefore, Virginia Beach residents cannot ship cannabis products across state lines.
Virginia Beach residents with valid recommendations for medical marijuana treatment can order weed products from online dispensaries. It is illegal to order marijuana products online for recreational consumption.
Yes. Virginia Beach does not prohibit the operation of 24-hour medical marijuana dispensaries within its borders.
No. Tourists cannot purchase cannabis products for recreational consumption in Virginia Beach. Also, since Virginia does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards, patients from other states cannot purchase weed products from dispensaries in Virginia Beach.
Yes. Virginia requires marijuana patients to present government-issued photo identifications when purchasing weed products from dispensaries in Virginia Beach.
The best marijuana dispensaries in Virginia Beach are those operated with licenses issued by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy. The names and contact information of the approved pharmaceutical processors in Virginia permitted to establish marijuana dispensaries in the state are available on the Virginia Board of Pharmacy’s website. Virginia Beach residents can obtain the locations of weed dispensaries in the city from the pharmaceutical processors’ websites.
Virginia Beach dispensaries usually scan the IDs of cannabis patients during verification before dispensing weed products to them.
The Virginia Board of Pharmacy does not state the specific number of dispensaries run by the five approved pharmaceutical processors in the state.
Marijuana dispensaries in Virginia Beach usually take credit card payments.
There is no limitation regarding the number of marijuana dispensaries medical marijuana patients in Virginia Beach can visit.
Cannabis dispensaries in Virginia Beach do not take health insurance because health insurance does not cover medical marijuana treatment.
Yes. In line with the provisions of Title 18, Section 110.60.260 of the Virginia Administrative Code, medical marijuana dispensaries in Virginia Beach maintain records of the amounts of marijuana products dispensed to patients for at least three years. Such records are submitted to the Virginia Board of Pharmacy upon request.
No. In line with House Bill 933, medical marijuana patients must be at least 21 years old before they can enter weed dispensaries in Virginia Beach to purchase cannabis products.
Virginia Beach residents can reach the Virginia Board of Pharmacy by calling (804) 367-4456.
To report unlawful cannabis activities in Virginia Beach, residents can call the Virginia Board of Pharmacy at (800) 533-1560.