Look through the FAQ below, and if you still have questions or need help, please contact us anytime.
We cannot ship products that contain THC, as it is illegal to do so. Each state is governed by its own laws. We can ship CBD Hemp products and encourage you to visit us at Skywellness.com to learn more about these powerful products.
If you are an AZ medical marijuana card holder, you may purchase our high-quality medical marijuana and CBD products at any of our three dispensary locations in the Phoenix area.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) has a section of their website dedicated to helping walk potential MMJ patients through the process. It includes step-by-step instructions on the requirements for obtaining an identification card, as well as a list of FAQ.
Essentially, the process for obtaining and MMJ card includes the following:
According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, qualifying conditions to become a medical marijuana patient in Arizona include:
If your condition is not listed, state law allows a person to request the addition of other conditions to the list of debilitating medical conditions.
No. Currently only patients with a valid medical marijuana card may purchase medical marijuana from a dispensary. Recreational use of marijuana is illegal in Arizona, as the legislation was not passed during the last measure proposed in November of 2016 (Prop 205).
If you believe that recreational marijuana should be legalized in Arizona, you can join a number of local and national initiatives and organizations who are working hard to repeal marijuana and cannabis prohibition.
The Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative may be on the ballot in November of 2018. You can learn more about the initiative here.
The application fee for an ADHS medical marijuana card is $150 (or $75 if a qualifying patient is a recipient of SNAP benefits). In order to remain a qualifying MMJ card holder, the card must be renewed each year with written verification from a physician and payment of the annual fee.
Fees for a medical marijuana physician visit and evaluation range in cost from approximately $125 – $180, which your office will disclose at the time of appointment booking.
To short answer is yes. But to thoroughly address and answer this question, it is important to understand two legal factors:
A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals case from 2016 ruled hat a ban preventing medical marijuana card holders from purchasing firearms is not in violation of the Second Amendment. In other words, The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that since medical marijuana is not legal under federal law — and is considered a controlled substance — that medical marijuana card holder cannot be in legal possession or receipt of a firearm. Arizona falls under the states held to regulations and rulings from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
All of these legalities come into play when purchasing a gun. Question 11e on the ATF form asks, “Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana? Answering yes makes you ineligible to purchase; falsely answering no is in principle punishable as perjury.
In accordance with Arizona state laws around medical marijuana consumption, you cannot smoke or vape publicly. However, the law does allow for consumption of edible cannabis products in public, so long as you are not operating a vehicle or engaging in anything that could be considered negligence.
For more detailed information regarding statues, you can view this information from the AZDHS website:
“The Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) represent the statutory laws of the state of Arizona. The A.R.S. and the Arizona Medical Marijuana Rules each contain requirements applicable to the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program. Accordingly, to fully understand all the requirements applicable to the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program, the A.R.S. and the Arizona Medical Marijuana Rules should be read in conjunction with each other.”
This website also breaks down some of the facts around MMJ laws (consumption, purchasing limits, possession, cultivation, etc) in more generalized terms.
Sorry, no. Arizona state law requires that you must have a valid Arizona medical marijuana card to purchase medical marijuana from a dispensary. The card must be presented at time of check-in at our dispensary, along with your valid Arizona driver’s license.
We do not currently accept credit or debit cards for payment at our dispensaries. For your convenience, we do provide no-fee ATMs in each of our dispensaries.
Our dispensaries offer a modern, clean, and safe environment for you to address all of your cannabis needs. We value the customer experience and pride ourselves on our mission to:
EDUCATE AND INNOVATE WHILE CONTRIBUTING TO THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF OUR PATIENTS BY PROVIDING THE HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCTS, BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE AND SETTING THE STANDARD OF WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE TO BE A LEADER IN THE INDUSTRY.
Whether it’s your first visit, or you are a regular patient of ours, we look forward to meeting you and helping guide you through the process in a stress-free manner.
We are always on the lookout for awesome members to join our Sky team.
If you are interested in joining our team, you must be 21+ and must submit a full set of fingerprints to the Arizona Department of Health Services as part of the application process. According to state law, people can’t be dispensary agents if they’ve been convicted of an excluded felony.
We appreciate your patience as we take time to review the high volume of applications we receive. If you meet the criteria for the position, a member of our hiring team will contact you directly for an interview. We are committed to hiring people who are passionate about making a difference in the cannabis community and are happy to know you have an interest in Sky Dispensaries!
We are glad you are curious! The key to knowledge – and empowering yourself in your own health journey – is educating yourself about the variety of medical benefits from plants, including cannabis.
Thankfully, a quick internet search will yield you a vast amount of results and research on the health benefits associated with cannabis (both TCH and CBD). We recommend reviewing medical journals and their trials and research contained within to learn more. While Sky Cannabits doesn’t officially endorse specific research organizations, here are a few reputable examples to start you on your journey of cannabis education:
The naturally occurring resin in the marijuana plant (cannabis sativa) contains two type of cannabinoids: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).
While both THC and CBD interact with the endocannabinoid system, the compounds have different effects on the human body. There is a plethora of available resources on the science behind THC and CBD and we encourage everyone to do their own research on these powerful compounds. Here is a brief overview to introduce you to the basics of THC and CBD.
THC is the primary psychoactive component of the marijuana plant. As such, THC can be credited for producing the “high” feeling associated with marijuana use. By imitating the effects of anandamide, a neurotransmitter produced naturally by the human body, THC can help to regulate the perception of pain as well as sleeping and eating habits.
THC can induce:
THC can reduce:
While CBD and THC share the same chemical formula and makeup, the atoms are arranged differently. Interestingly, this seemingly negligible variance has significant impacts on the ways in which these compounds affect the human body. As such, THC creates a notable psychoactive effect while CBD lacks such a response. For this reason, CBD is renowned for its profound medical applications. This also makes CBD an appealing option for those seeking for relief a variety of symptoms without the mind-altering effects of marijuana or certain pharmaceutical drugs,
The potential effects of CBD include: