We Believe Cannabis is Medication
As a licensed Oklahoma Medical Marijuana dispensary, it is our responsibility to help people gain their MMJ patient card and educate them about cannabis and how their mind and body might react to different strains and products.
How do I get a Medical Marijuana Card?
Before a patient can receive a medical marijuana card to purchase legal cannabis, they are required by law to receive a written medical recommendation from a licensed physician.
If you are seeking a medical recommendation from a licensed professional, Growing Wellness invites a doctor every two weeks to meet with patients and discuss their health and wellbeing.
After you receive a written recommendation from a licensed professional, you will need to complete the rest of your application through the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.
What’s the Difference Between Indica and Sativa?
But, their physical growth is typically shorter in stature, produces narrow leaves, and fares best in warmer climates.
Indica strains are commonly thought to produce the following effects; however, individual experiences may vary.
Anxiety, stress, insomnia, pain & aches, inflammation, spasms & seizures.
However, their physical growth is typically taller in stature, produces broad leaves, and fares well in both cool and warm climates.
Sativa strains are commonly thought to produce the following effects; however, individual experiences may vary.
Increases Creativity & Focus
Depression, migraines, headaches, anxiety, fatigue, nausea and other symptons.
What’s the Difference Between THC & CBD?
THC is a psychoactive compound that produces a “high” when interacting with your body’s cannabinoid receptors.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is typically the second-most common cannabinoid found in medical marijuana.
Unlike THC, CBD is not intoxicating and doesn’t produce a “high” like THC.
How do You Consume Marijuana?
Marijuana flower is typically ground up or shredded and then inserted into a device to be ignited and inhaled.
Typically, flower is burned in a hand pipe, water pipe, rolling papers, or vaporizers.
Flower’s effect on the user is almost immediately felt, but “wears off” quicker than edibles.
Any food or drink that contains cannabis as an ingredient is an edible.
Edibles tend to take longer to “kick in,” but when they do, their effects on the user last longer and usually feel stronger than the effects one would receive through inhalation.
Any oil, concentrate, or extract developed from marijuana flower being broken down and processed is considered a “concentrate.”
Concentrates can be ingested orally or inhaled and come in many forms: hash, wax, capsules, shatter, tinctures just to name a few.
Lotions, balms, and essential oils infused with cannabis concentrates are known as topicals.
These items are the most unique out of the marijuana consumption methods, because the user’s skin absorbs the oils and relays it to the body’s bloodstream.
Topicals are great for treating pain, stiffness and other body aches.
What are the Marijuana Laws in Oklahoma?
After Oklahoma State Question 788 was signed into law on June 26, 2018, Oklahoma became the 30th state in the US to legalize medical marijuana.
Since this industry is uncharted territory for the state, laws and statutes regulating medical marijuana are ever evolving. However, there are few mainstays to become familiar with:
- Applicants must be over the age of 18 and receive a signed recommendation from a board-certified physician to obtain a license.
- Applicants under the age of 18 need two signed recommendations and their parent or legal guardian to obtain a license.
- License holders can possess three ounces of marijuana on their person, six matured marijuana plants, six seedlings, and an ounce of concentrate.
- License holders can possess up to eight ounces of marijuana and seventy-two ounces of edible marijuana in their residence.
Please visit the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority for the most up-to-date state laws and regulations in Oklahoma regarding medical marijuana.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the entourage effect?
The entourage effect is a term in the cannabis industry that explains that different cannabis compounds react with one another to produce the side effects felt by a cannabis consumer. Learn more at Leafly.
How can I contact The Wellness Joint?
We are excited to know you’re interested in The Wellness Joint. You can reach us by phone, email, or in person every day of the week! Get in touch.
How much medical marijuana can I carry?
License holders can have three ounces of medical marijuana and an ounce of concentrate on their person.
How much medical marijuana can I keep in my home?
License holders can own up to eight ounces of marijuana and seventy-two ounces of edible marijuana in their residence.
When is The Wellness Joint open?
Aside from major holidays, The Wellness Joint is open 10a – 8p every day of the week.
Which growers supply The Wellness Joint?
All of the flower sold at The Wellness Joint is grown on-site using pure, modern cultivation techniques by our parent company, Growing Wellness.
What strains does The Wellness Joint carry?
Specializing in exotic strains of cannabis, the expert growers at Growing Wellness fill our shelves with potent flower you won’t find in most of Oklahoma. Our most popular strain is LA Kush Cake.
Where is The Wellness Joint located?
The Wellness Joint sits just off Exit 80 of Interstate 40 in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Get directions!
Where can I receive a medical marijuana recommendation in Oklahoma?
If you are seeking a medical recommendation from a licensed professional, Growing Wellness invites a doctor every two weeks to meet with patients and discuss their health and wellbeing. After you receive a written recommendation from a licensed professional, you will need to complete the rest of your application through the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.
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