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Find out which laws pertain to you and your company. It's not as easy as it seems. We'll help you every step of the way. Dispensary, Distributor, or Retailer License
Bureau of Cannabis Control? California Department of Public Health? California Department of Food & Agriculture? Each agency has their own red tape. The dispensary business requires that you stay current on the legal issues in order to remain compliant with the ever changing laws. Of course, you can only "stay legal" after you have waded through the swamp of bureaucracy and the red tape. Let us be your compass.
Extraction is the process of separating cannabinoids from the plant material. Infusion is the process of using plant material or concentrates to create a cannabis product. Usually, people think of brownies and chocolates.
We offer different levels of representation to meet our client's needs. We have a Gold, Platinum, and Titanium Memberships, as well as hourly consultation arraignments. What does a Cultivation License look like?
HOW CAN I OPEN A MARIJUANA DISPENSARY? This is one of the most frequent calls that we receive. Let's start with the basics. First you have to decide which type of industry will your business conduct. Each cannabis related activity will have its own license under the new state and local compliance regimes. The main areas for licensing will be: cultivation, manufacturing, transportation, and distribution (dispensaries). Did you know that there are 58 counties in California and over 482 distinct municipalities in the state? Under California state regulations, each city and has an absolute right to create their own laws to regulate cannabis, up to certain limits. The same holds true for each county in California. The first order of business, you will need a local license before you can apply for a state license. The local laws are extremely pertinent to anyone hoping to obtain a license for their cannabis business.