Do your homework. Know where you are going before you go there. Make sure that the dispensary is licensed to sell marijuana in your state or province, has some sort of security camera monitoring their premises, and knows how to store cannabis dispensary safely so it doesn't get contaminated by other products (like alcohol) or become unusable after being exposed to light for an extended period of time.
- Always make sure the seller is licensed, and if you're buying from a state where recreational or medicinal marijuana use is legal, check whether they are in compliance with local regulations as well.
- Ask about their business practices before purchasing anything-do they grow their own cannabis? Do they specialize in medical marijuana only? What types of products do they carry and how much does each item cost? Are there any discounts offered on purchases made during certain times of day or at specific days throughout the week (Saturday mornings can be a great time to buy)?
- Check out reviews online-most dispensaries have social media accounts that are easy enough to find through Google searches so it's easy to see what other customers think about them! You should also look up reputable third party websites like Leafbuyer which offer thorough reviews by experts who've purchased from various companies all over America.
- Contact the dispensary and ask them if they have a website or an online presence. If not, then you can try contacting other dispensaries in your area that are known to be reputable sellers of cannabis flower, edibles and/or concentrates.
Find a trusted dispensary that has been in business for at least two years and is registered with the state's cannabis regulatory agency (in California, this would be the Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation). This ensures you know where your medicine is coming from and who it will come from if there are any problems. Ask about their insurance policies - many cannabis dispensaries have third-party liability coverage or provide refunds in case they can't help you out on an issue If possible, ask to see pictures of their grow facility. Make sure someone else knows what strain(s) you're buying so that if something goes wrong during delivery.
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