Faq

Frequently asked questions

How can I buy your weed?

We are a state licensed, Arizona Department of Health and Services registered medical marijuana dispensary. The only way you can purchase GREENPHARMS medical marijuana products is if you obtain your ADHS state licensed medical marijuana qualifying patient card. Aka, your green card. Need help? We got your back. Schedule a visit with The Marijuana Doctor who we regularly schedule to do doctor visits right out of our shop!

Where are you guys located?

We now have two locations! In Flagstaff and Mesa

What if I am a legal patient from out-of-state?

Arizona recognizes your green card issued by other states which allows you to use and possess marijuana within our state. HOWEVER, unfortunately due to AZDHS's verification requirement prior to dispensing marijuana to each and every patient, you will be unable to physically PURCHASE marijuana at any dispensary within Arizona. We're really hoping this changes soon.

How much can I legally carry?

As a Qualifying Patient, you are legally allowed to purchase and carry no more than two and half ounces of marijuana. You can only purchase 2.5oz of marijuana every two weeks. So plan accordingly...

What are the qualifying conditions to be prescribed medical marijuana?
  • Chronic Pain
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Glaucoma
  • Seizures (Epilepsy)
  • PTSD
  • HIV or AIDS
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS OR Lou Gehrigs Disease)
  • Cachexia or wasting syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Crohn' Disease
  • Hepatitis C
  • Nausea
  • Do you guys deliver?

    We have before and we plan to again. Be on the look out for updates.

    Can I get a DUI with marijuana?

    Yes. You may not operate heavy machinery or drive while under the influence of medical marijuana.

    We advise all of our patients to not open the bag until they get to the safety of their home. And it is best to travel with your medical marijuana in the trunk of your car.

    Can I get my green card and still be employed?

    Arizona employers may not discriminate against medical marijuana patients.

    You may, however, be penalized for using, possessing, or being under the influence of marijuana if on the premise or during hours of employment.

    You should never under any circumstance operate heavy machinery while under the influence of medical marijuana. Whether you think your a better driver or not while stoned.

    So now that I am legal, I can just toke it up anywhere, right?

    WRONG. You cannot smoke in any public facility or public area.

    You may, however, consume edibles in public.

    Ok, my roomate just got his card and he's medicating all over the place, can I get in trouble?

    No, you cannot be prosecuted for being close to someone who has their medical marijuana card and is medicating.

    That does not mean that you can medicate with him. If anything happens and for some unforseen reason an officer has probable cause to believe you were using with him, you will be wishing you had just gotten your card with him. Trust us. Get legal, get safe.

    When are you guys open?

    Flagstaff: Monday Through Sunday 10AM to 7PM

    Mesa: Monday Through Sunday 9:00AM to 9:00PM!

    What is THC?

    Tetrahydrocannabinol is the naturally occuring psychoactive chemical that is most highly concentrated in the shiny trichomes of cannabis. It's the good stuff you want on your bud. There are several theories as to why cannabis produces THC in the first place. Some say marijuana is the gentle giant of the plant kingdom. When preying insects land to feed off of the marijuana plant, cannabis' THC is it's harmless defence mechanism and intoxicates the intruders, knocking them off the plant and making them forget the location of the plant. It starts to make sense now why you might forget where you put your keys 10 seconds after you just found them when your a little stoned. Other reasons include that THC creates the "stickiness" among the trichomes, allowing the plant to catch pollen during pollination. Another reason theoried is that it acts as a UV protection mechanism, covering the plant and essentialy "shading" or even reflecting harmful light off the delicate plant.

    Why doesn't the shop properly display?

    This is most commonly caused by a settings issue relating to how your internet browser is configured to handle cookies, as use of the online menu requires cookies be accepted. Of the major browsers, only Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome will work by default. Both Internet Explorer and Safari require changes to their settings before they are able to be used for our online menu.

    Get your FAQs straight.

    If you want the most thorough and straight forward answers to your Arizona Medical Marijuana Program faqs, don't just take our word for it. Visit this link to be redirected to AZDHS FAQ's.