Currently, there are eight approved medical marijuana dispensaries licensed by the North Dakota Health and Human Services.
In North Dakota, licensed dispensaries typically open between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. between Tuesdays and Saturdays. North Dakota dispensaries do not open their stores on Mondays and Sundays. Registered patients and caregivers can find details of a dispensary’s opening hours by checking its website.
North Dakota marijuana dispensaries close between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday. Generally, consumers will find details of dispensaries’ closing hours on their websites.
Yes. Marijuana dispensaries in North Dakota are permitted to deliver cannabis products to consumers in their homes. Some dispensaries also offer curbside pickup services.
No. North Dakota dispensaries cannot transport cannabis products across state lines as doing so violates the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act of 1970.
North Dakota has no recreational marijuana dispensaries.
North Dakota does not have any recreational marijuana dispensaries due to the illegal status of adult-use cannabis in the state.
When visiting North Dakota dispensaries, registered patients and caregivers must bring their medical marijuana cards as required by the Medical Marijuana Act. Bringing sufficient cash is also essential because it is primarily the acceptable payment method. Some dispensaries may offer on-site ATMs for marijuana consumers who have debit cards.
No. Without valid medical marijuana cards, registered patients and caregivers will not be allowed into North Dakota marijuana dispensaries.
Patients aged 18 are considered minors under the North Dakota Medical Marijuana Act. They can enter cannabis dispensaries in North Dakota only when accompanied by their legal guardians or parents.
Patients and designated caregivers can visit several North Dakota cannabis dispensaries in one day. However, they are prohibited from purchasing over 2 ounces of weed within 30 days.
North Dakota dispensaries do not take credit cards. Marijuana consumers can pay cash or use their debit cards for marijuana supplies.
No, North Dakota cannabis dispensaries do not accept health insurance. The federal ban on marijuana makes it impossible for insurance companies or other financial institutions to facilitate financial transactions related to marijuana.
Yes. According to the Division of Medical Marijuana, licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in North Dakota must use BioTrack to track the amount of cannabis products purchased by registered patients and caregivers.