Residents of Soledad can now take advantage of our medical marijuana delivery service. If you own a Medical Marijuana Card, then we can send your medicine directly to your doorstep. You do not need to fetch it from a collective anymore: Simply register on our website, place your order, and receive it within 45 minutes or less. If you do not have this card, then send us your doctor’s letter and we will help you get it.
Patients Only Get Quality Cannabis in Soledad
If you order through our online marijuana dispensary in Soledad, you will only get the best quality. Every one of our more than 100 products meets strict requirements for medical-grade cannabis. Our flowers are the best Sativa, indica and hybrid strains available today. Treat your condition properly while enjoying the different effects. If you have any questions about what is right for you, just ask our experts.
You do not have to smoke medical cannabis. You can eat it, drink it, rub it in, or take it in whichever form pleases you. Besides flowers, we also offer oil, hash, kief, infusions, sprays, e-pens, syringes, cartridges, and much more. All of our products are completely safe, legal, and delivered with the highest discretion to ensure your protection.
History of Legalization in Soledad
Onboard Spanish ships sailing for the New World was hemp, and plenty of it. Right up until the 1900s, people were growing hemp to make everything they needed to survive in the Californian wilderness. By the 20th century, sativa was in small-scale production and cannabis was enjoying widespread popularity. As a Mexican word, the name “marijuana” arrived with Mexican immigrants and everyone adopted it.
However, there was no regulatory oversight and the state wanted to control production. California enacted the Poison Law in 1907 to supervise it commercially. This law was a failure, though. The state then amended it in 1913 to force compliance. This was also unsuccessful. Frustrated, it then created the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, which was just after the First World War.
Around the same time, the California Board of Pharmacy began lobbying to have cannabis made illegal. It campaigned extensively in the media to oppose narcotics and people began to think weed was dangerous for the body and mind. In response, the State of California banned marijuana completely, and people suffered for decades. Many were criminalized and sent to jail for simply using it.
Such persecution was bound to have consequences. People were tired of it. They were also becoming aware of the medicinal properties of cannabis and many began using it illegally. The masses were beginning to revolt and the legalization movement was born. It quickly spread throughout the United States, led by Californians, and resulted in the decriminalization of marijuana today.
The federal government still needs to join the fray. Marijuana is still illegal under the Controlled Substances Act, which classifies it as Schedule 1. You can still face federal charges if authorities catch you with weed on any land that the government owns. If you stay off federal property, you will be fine. Soledad makes it legal to possess cannabis at home or about the city.
Prohibition began to lift with Proposition 215. Californians voted in favor of it in 1996, decriminalizing medical patients using it to treat their illnesses. To evade charges, however, they needed a Medical Marijuana Card, or at the very least, a doctor’s recommendation. This law still stands today, and patients can now cultivate their own medicine and carry it with them, but they may not sell it to others.
Recreational relief came only ten years later with Proposition 64, which voters approved in 2016. It gave every adult the right to cultivate six plants at home and possess an ounce of weed on their person. The carry limit for concentrated cannabis is eight grams. As with medical patients, however, the state prohibits recreational users from conducting commercial activities.
Not Every Soledad Marijuana Dispensary is Legal
It is illegal to operate a collective or cannabis delivery service in Soledad without a commercial license. Getting one is not easy, though. The Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act of 2015 introduced strict requirements to ensure patients receive only the highest quality weed to treat their illnesses. Growers must comply with safety standards, equipment regulations, and facility oversight.
Obtaining a commercial license is an application. You must meet all requirements to qualify. If you do, then you must also pay the state 15 percent in taxes on your gross profits. You must agree to stringent supervisory measures that may seem intrusive, such as hiring security to guard your premises. Without a license, though, it is illegal to participate in any production or distribution of cannabis in Soledad.
We have a legitimate license and our products are of the finest quality. You do not need to visit another marijuana dispensary in Soledad ever again, as now you can order online and have it delivered safely to you at home. We value the privacy of our patients and pride ourselves on absolute discretion.
Marijuana Delivery Soledad was last modified: November 4th, 2018 by Najaf Najaf