If joints and bongs are what come to mind when you think of medical marijuana, think again.
On day one of South Dakota’s new medical marijuana law, a dispensary owned by the Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe is offering a range of cannabis products to eligible customers.
While joints and bags of marijuana are available at the Cannabis Retail Store on Reserve Land in northern Moody County, the Native Nations Cannabis Dispensary Thursday also had lesser types of products in their store. known such as waxes, edibles, tinctures and oils.
Here’s a look at what the tribe is selling:
Packets of matured marijuana buds are probably the most commonly consumed form of cannabis. And Native Nations sells a variety of varieties with names like “Blue Dream” and “Wedding Cake”. Packages are delivered in 3.5 gram, 7 gram, 14 gram, and 28 gram increments.
Prices range from $ 35 to around $ 200.
‘Pre-rolls’ or marijuana cigarettes
Most of the varieties used for wrapped flowers are also available in rolled marijuana cigarettes by Native Nations. A typical “pre-roll”, as it is called in the industry, contains about one gram of cannabis flower.
Native Nations sells a single pre-roll for $ 5 to $ 15, depending on effort and strength.
Edible chocolate candies
Native Nations in building a full-service kitchen as part of its operations to optimize the process of creating food products containing THC, the active ingredient in cannabis that gives it psychotropic effects. But the company already has a limited supply of so-called “edibles” in the cannabis industry.
Edibles come in the form of cookies, gummy candies, and even chunks of chocolate that look like cannabis flower buds. Their THC content is measured in milligrams and its price ranges from $ 5 to $ 30 depending on the size of the package.
Inhalation options that do not involve smoking cannabis are also available. For $ 35, a gram of cannabis oil extracted from the cannabis flower can be purchased. It comes in a small plastic cartridge. It is consumed by attaching it to a vaporizer device.
The cannabis oils offered by Native Nations have a THC content of 80% or more.
The Flandreau dispensary sells tinctures of cannabis, a liquid form of cannabis created by extracting cannabinoids from the plant using ethanol. It is taken in droplet form with 300 milligram bottles sold for $ 30.