A: All of our medical marijuana centers are licensed by the city of Denver. We have remained compliant with House Bill 1284 and have submitted our applications and begun the process of being licensed by the state of Colorado.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING MMJ LAW
Under Colorado state law, patients with temporary paperwork can only purchase medical marijuana if they are 1) a new Colorado mmj registry patient, and 2) are within 35 days of the date on the stamped return receipt from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Patients who are in the process of renewing their Colorado mmj registry license may not purchase medication with temporary paper under any circumstance.
In lieu of this law, we strongly recommend that you begin your renewal process 45 to 60 days prior to date that your current medical marijuana license expires, so you can avoid a lapse in your license and ability to receive medical marijuana at our dispensaries.
Q: Are there any membership fees associated with The Clinic Medical Marijuana Center?
A: No. There are no membership fees or dues.
Q: What are your hours of operation?
A: We are open seven days a week, 8am to 10pm with the exception of Public Holidays.
Q: What kinds of medicine do you carry?
A: We carry medicines with a variety of delivery systems. Our inventory consists of unique strains of traditional marijuana for smoking and vaporizing, as well as edibles and tinctures for oral consumption. Our product line and selection is consistently changing to provide the latest popular varieties and exclusive strains that cannot be found at other dispensaries.
Q: What are the benefits of using a medical marijuana center?
A: If you are unable or unwilling to grow your own medicine, caregivers and dispensaries can assist you by providing a wide selection of medicine for patients.
Q: Is there a limit to the amount of medicine I can buy at one time?
A: Yes. According to Colorado Amendment 20:
“A patient may engage in the medical use of marijuana, with no more marijuana than is medically necessary to address a debilitating medical condition. A patient’s medical use of marijuana, within the following limits, is lawful:
(I)No more than two ounces of a usable form of marijuana”
Q: Do you provide a delivery service?
A: Yes we do provide both national and International Delivery.you check at our shipping and delivery page here for more Information
Q. Do You Refund/Refund policy?
A. However, when you see the quality of the product you will not want to return it! If your package does not arrive within 5 days of payment, write to me and I will check the tracking records to see if it was delivered. If the package was not delivered due to my error I will resend or give you a refund. If it just gets “lost in the mail” then I will reship. If the package was delivered, I will give you the delivery confirmation code so you can see for yourself it was delivered, but no refund. It could be it was intercepted by a family member or roommate and I have no control over that. Also if it was not delivered due to a customer giving a faulty address there will be no refund.
Q..How do you ship? Do you deliver to PO boxes? Do you provide tracking?
A..We shipped from our main Branch in US using either DHL ,FedEx, UPS, USPS and EMS depending on buyers location and desire. will NEVER have to sign for a package from me. Yes I deliver to P.O boxes. I do not generally provide tracking information for security reasons.Additional Tips we do deliveries to returning and verified customers anywhere,that means we do deliveries to non address areas like bars/park/coffee shops/school etc... NOTE:: You must have A Medical MJ Card before the deliveries to non addresses can be made
Q: Can I have marijuana in my car?
A: Yes. Marijuana may be carried in cars but it may not be in an open container and cannot cross state boundaries. It is illegal to use or consume marijuana in a motor vehicle and it is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana.
Q: Is there a DUI-like equivalent for driving under the influence of marijuana?
A: Yes. It is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana and it can result in a DUI, just like alcohol. Anyone with 5 nanograms or more of delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (known as THC) per milliliter in whole blood (CRS 42-4-1301) while driving can be arrested for DUI. The consequences of DUI is dependent on the driver but they can include fines, jail time and a revoked license.
Q: Can I take marijuana through airport security or travel out of state with it?
A: No. It is illegal to take marijuana across state lines. DIA prohibits possession, use, display, and transfer of all marijuana on its property.
Q: Can I smoke marijuana in a taxi or limousine in Denver?
A: It is illegal to smoke marijuana in a taxi, limousine or any form of government-operated mass transportation.
Q: Can I consume marijuana inside a smoke-friendly hotel room or on a hotel balcony?
A: It is up to the discretion of the hotel if it allows marijuana smoke to be consumed in their smoking rooms (the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act limits all smoking to at most 25 percent of rooms). You should ask the hotel if they allow it. Denver city laws prohibit marijuana consumption on hotel balconies if visible from any public place.
Q: Do the laws of Denver apply elsewhere?
A: Denver ordinances only apply within the City and County of Denver. Please go to each city or county’s website to determine specific marijuana sale and consumption laws.
Q: Does Denver have additional prohibitions on use or display of marijuana?
A: It is illegal to consume, use, display, transfer, distribute, sell or grow retail marijuana at or within any park, parkway, mountain park (including Red Rocks) or other recreational facility, on any city-owned property (including streets and sidewalks) within 1,000 feet of a public or private elementary, middle, junior high or high school and on the 16th Street Mall (including any city street or sidewalk one block in either direction from the mall). Additionally, DIA prohibits possession, use, display and transfer of all marijuana on its property.
Q: Are there additional restrictions on public consumption of marijuana in Denver that I should know about?
A: On residential private property, retail marijuana consumption in any outdoor location is illegal unless the person is the property owner or lessee or has been granted express or implied permission by the property owner or lessee. On private non-residential property, marijuana consumption is illegal in any outdoor location if it is clearly visible from a public place.