No. You cannot purchase marijuana in Woodbury as there are no adult-use cannabis dispensaries in the city. Note that recreational cannabis has not been legalized in the State of Minnesota. Hence, the sale of the drug or its related products in any Minnesota jurisdiction is illegal.
Yes. Persons looking to purchase medical cannabis can find medical cannabis products in the only medical marijuana dispensary approved to operate in the city.
Yes. You can buy cannabis online from the only dispensary in the city as well as other Minnesota locations. However, state law does not allow cannabis delivery yet; hence cannabis buyers must visit the store to pick up their orders.
Only persons who plan to purchase medical cannabis and are authorized to do so may visit the only dispensary in Woodbury. With recreational cannabis not on sale in the city, you must be registered in the Minnesota medical cannabis patient registry and have a government-issued photo ID to purchase in Woodbury. Guardians, caregivers, and guests are also required to have valid government-issued IDs as well.
At the medical pot store, you can find premium selections of medical cannabis products like topicals, flower, tinctures, vaporizers, pre-rolls, edibles, and concentrates. To shorten the shopping experience and save time waiting in line, you may order your products online and visit in-store to pick up the products. If you do not know what products work best for you, you will find a team of cannabis experts in the store who are friendly and on hand to help you find the right medical marijuana products for managing your symptoms.
Purchases at the Woodbury medical marijuana store can be made with cash, CanPay, and debit card. There is also an ATM on-site for buyers to make withdrawals. You can also find convenient store front parking at the dispensary. Note that it is not allowed to consume medical cannabis on the premises or around the dispensary.
Woodbury dispensaries must comply with the following regulations:
No dispensary may operate in Woodbury without a City of Woodbury Permit and a State of Minnesota cannabis business license
No dispensary may sell cannabis to persons not registered in the Minnesota medical marijuana patient registry
Dispensaries must prohibit the use of cannabis on-site
Dispensaries must track the sales of cannabis on their premises
Woodbury dispensaries may not employ persons under the age of 21
Only medical marijuana dispensaries may operate in the city. Recreational cannabis dispensaries are prohibited
Cannabis deliveries to the homes or addresses of buyers are prohibited
All activities related to recreational marijuana, such as growing, possessing, manufacturing, transporting, selling, and distributing, are prohibited per state law. Although state law only prescribes up to a $200 fine for possessing up to 42.5 grams of cannabis, it remains an offense to be caught possessing marijuana in Woodbury or elsewhere in Minnesota.
Woodbury permits the use of medical marijuana by qualified patients in accordance with the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Act. A state-run registry was established by the Act, allowing Woodbury patients with qualifying conditions to access medical cannabis.
To obtain medical cannabis in Woodbury, residents must be registered in the state medical marijuana patient registry. Once you have obtained a registration verification from the Minnesota Department of Health, a patient can access medical cannabis at a dispensary by presenting a government-issued ID and filling out an online or in-store medical cannabis evaluation form.
Patients are permitted to purchase up to 30-day supplies of medical cannabis products at dosages prescribed by on-site pharmacists at dispensaries. The home cultivation of cannabis for personal medical use and the operation of machinery or vehicle while impaired by medical cannabis are illegal in Woodbury.
You cannot get a Minnesota MMJ (medical marijuana) card as the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) does not issue medical marijuana cards to participants in its medical cannabis program. The state only requires patients to register in the Minnesota medical marijuana program to access medical cannabis.
To be registered in the state medical marijuana program in Woodbury, you must reside in the city and have one of the approved conditions under the program. You must obtain a medical marijuana certification from a State of Minnesota-licensed advanced practice registered nurse, physician, or physician's assistant. At your appointment with the healthcare provider for a medical cannabis certification, the physician will verify your medical condition and indicate to the state Office of Medical Cannabis your eligibility to apply as a medical cannabis patient.
Subsequently, you will get a notification email from the OMC with a unique link to enroll in the medical cannabis program. Follow the enrollment link and provide the following to complete your application:
A government-issued photo ID
A government medical assistance plan document, if applicable. This documentation makes you eligible for a discounted annual registration fee
A parent or legal guardian or spouse ID and birth or marriage certificate, if applicable. If you are a minor, this document is required
Application fee of $200. If you are paying a discounted fee, the application fee is $50
It may take up to a month for your application to be reviewed. Upon approval, access your profile on the Minnesota medical cannabis patient registry to print a verification. You may then visit a Woodbury dispensary to purchase medical cannabis. For more information on enrolling in the medical cannabis patient registry, see the patient registration page on the MDH website or contact:
Minnesota Department of Health
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882
Phone: (651) 201-5598
Registered medical cannabis patients in Woodbury can use cannabis at home or on private properties. Consuming cannabis in a school, school bus, correctional facility, or public location is illegal.
Only medical marijuana purchases are allowed in Woodbury dispensaries. To find the address of the only dispensary in the city, you may search online using the term “Woodbury cannabis dispensaries near me.” You are likely to be required to complete an evaluation test online on your profile on the state medical cannabis registry before you may visit a dispensary in the city. You can have your designated caregiver complete the online evaluation if you are a minor. This test is required every time you intend to visit a dispensary.
You must have a government-issued photo ID and preferably cash when you visit. However, you may use a debit card or withdraw cash from the on-site ATM to pay for your purchases.
A gram of cannabis in Woodbury costs between $7 and $14.
Some popular cannabis strains in Woodbury are:
Buddha Tahoe OG
No. Smoking cannabis in public places is illegal in Woodbury.
Cannabis possession for recreational reasons is illegal in Woodbury. However, registered patients in Minnesota can have up to 30-day supplies of medical marijuana at dosages prescribed by the pharmacists at approved dispensaries.
Shipping cannabis from Woodbury to other Minnesota addresses or from other Minnesota locations to Woodbury is legal. However, shipping cannabis across state lines into or out of Woodbury is not permitted.
Ordering medical cannabis online in Woodbury is legal if you are a Minnesota-registered medical cannabis patient with an active registration. Also, you can order medical cannabis from dispensaries in other Minnesota locations online. While you cannot yet have your orders delivered to your location, you can visit the store to pick up your order.
No. There are currently no 24-hour dispensaries in the City of Woodbury.
No. Tourists cannot use dispensaries in Woodbury.
You must present a government-issued photo ID to use the dispensary in Woodbury.
Only Green Goods medical cannabis dispensary is currently approved to operate in Woodbury.
The medical marijuana dispensary in Woodbury scans customers’ IDs to verify their identities and ages.
Only one cannabis dispensary operates in Woodbury.
The only dispensary operating in Woodbury does not take credit cards.
Currently, only one dispensary is operating in the city, meaning that residents can only visit one dispensary within the jurisdiction. However, no law prohibits residents from visiting multiple dispensaries once additional dispensing locations become available in the city.
No. The only dispensary in Woodbury does not accept health insurance.
Yes. All Minnesota dispensaries track cannabis sales, and so does the only dispensary in Woodbury.
You can enter the only dispensary in Woodbury if you are 18 and are registered in the Minnesota medical cannabis patient registry.
The Minnesota Department of Health, through its Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC), regulates cannabis activities in Woodbury. The OMC’s contact information is on the Minnesota Department of Health’s website.
To report illegal cannabis activities in Woodbury, contact the Minnesota Office of Medical Cannabis by calling (651) 201-5598 or its toll-free line at (844) 879-3381. You may also file a report to the Woodbury Police Department by contacting its non-emergency dispatch line at (651) 439-9381.