For recreational use, you must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or consume cannabis. For medical use, you may get a recommendation if you are 18 years of age or older. In some cases, you may get a medical recommendation if you are under 18 with the consent of your legal guardian. However, if you are under 18 you cannot purchase cannabis products yourself. Acquisition of cannabis will need to be done on your behalf by your designated provider (guardian) and you must carry your medical recognition card.
WA state law prohibits use or consumption of cannabis products in “view of the public”. Keep in mind that “no smoking’ areas also prohibit smoking cannabis.
It is not lawful to operate a motor vehicle with a level of 5 nanograms per milliliter of THC in the blood, as detected by a blood draw.
Per Washington state law, you can only hold one ounce of marijuana flower (28 grams), 7 grams of extract or concentrate for inhalation, 16 ounces of infused product in solid form, or 72 oz. in beverage form for both edibles and topicals.
No. All cannabis and cannabis products purchased in Washington must be consumed in Washington in accordance with state law.
No. It is a violation of state and federal law. Only state licensed retailers may retail cannabis or cannabis products in Washington.
Sorry, but no returns or exchanges can be made once a product has been opened or has left the store.
Qualifying patients between eighteen and twenty-one years of age with a medical cannabis recognition card may purchase products for their personal and medical use. Qualifying patients who are under the age of eighteen with a recognition card and who are accompanied by their designated provider (guardian) may enter Cann4Life’s store, but may not purchase products for their personal medical use.
Nope, all you need to provide is your valid state ID card or driver’s license and be 21+ years of age.