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CANNABIS IN NEVADA-EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

NEVADA Marijuana Laws

  • Marijuana is a Schedule I substance in the state of Nevada
  • Under federal law, cannabis is still considered a Schedule I Controlled Substance and illegal.
  • An adult resident may possess up to one ounce of cannabis for personal consumption
  • Possession or use of dry form or concentrated marijuana in public is a criminal misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum fine of 600 USD.
  • Sale or delivery of fewer than 100 pounds of marijuana is a Category E felony punishable by a minimum of one and a maximum of four years imprisonment and a fine up to 5,000 USD for the first offense.
  • Those who are a minimum age of 21 may legally grow no more than twelve plants per residence at one time.
  • Question 2 permits adults to manufacture, possess, use, transport, or purchase marijuana paraphernalia or distribute or sell marijuana paraphernalia to a person who is 21 years of age or older person.

Cannabis Policy Reform Timeline

  • 1932: Cannabis was prohibited in Nevada due to federal prohibition.
  • 2000: Voters approved a ballot initiative legalizing medical marijuana for patients with qualifying medical conditions. 
  • 2001: Assembly Bill 453 was passed to allow residents to legally possess up to one ounce a fine-only misdemeanor.
  • 2006: Nevada voters failed to approve a recreational use ballot initiative that would allow cannabis use for adults.
  • 2013: Nevada’s legislature enacted a law expanding the state’s existing medical marijuana program.
  • 2016: Voters approved a ballot initiative legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use and establishing a regulated marijuana market as well as a system for cultivating weed.
  • 2021: Assembly Bill 341 was passed to allow the operation of alcohol-free consumption lounges where adults can purchase and consume cannabis products, including smoking marijuana.

Possession Limits in NV

  • Adult residents may legally possess 30 grams of cannabis flower, five grams of marijuana concentrate, and up to 500 milligrams of THC in a cannabis-infused product.

Frequently Asked Questions

Nevada medical marijuana laws allow patients with the following conditions to apply for a medical cannabis card:

  • Anorexia
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • AIDS / HIV
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Chronic pain
  • Glaucoma
  • Opioid dependency
  • Muscle spasms or seizures
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Neuropathic conditions (whether or not the condition causes seizures)
  • Severe nausea or pain
  • Other conditions are subject to approval

Medical cards expire one year from the date the patient completes the registration process with the state.

Fifty-five percent of Nevada voters approved recreational legalization for recreational adult use.

Yes, Marijuana inhalation devices are legal and sold in dispensaries in the state of Nevada; however, smoking is not allowed in public spaces.

Customers will be able to purchase a wide array of products, including marijuana flower, edibles, tinctures, vaporizer cartridges, concentrated cannabis, and topicals.

  • Yes. An adult is allowed to grow up to twelve mature plants in your own residence or with permission from the property owner.
  • For commercial use, growing marijuana in Nevada depends on a couple of factors: the cultivation must occur in a cultivation facility by a licensed and operating marijuana retailer or grower for quality control purposes.

Yes. Nevada law requires all qualified medical marijuana patients to be registered with the state and to obtain a medical card before using cannabis for medicinal purposes.
Requirements are as follows:

  • A medical marijuana patient must first create a login for the Online Cardholder Registry and apply to the Nevada Medical Marijuana Cardholder Registry.
  • Fill out and submit an Application Request Form and a Caregiver Application if you plan to have a caregiver to the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, a photo of your Nevada state ID, and a 25 USD application fee.
  • Once you receive your application, you will need to fill it out and send it back to the DPBH.

The application must include:

  • Written documentation from the patient’s doctor which states the patient’s qualifying condition, that the use of medical marijuana will help them, that they have explained the risks to their patient,
  • Contact information, the patient’s proof of residency in Nevada, and their name, address, telephone number, social security number, and date of birth.
  • The application will also include the caregiver application if the patient chooses to elect a caregiver.
  • There is a 75 USD application fee to purchase a medical marijuana card to buy marijuana-infused products.

As of 2022, there are approximately 65 dispensaries statewide. Many of the places to buy cannabis are in Las Vegas and Clark County.

Visit These NEVADA Hotspots After Getting Your Medical Card

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a world-renowned tourist destination in the Mojave Desert of Nevada. This city is known for its vibrant nightlife, luxurious hotels, and extravagant casinos. It is a place where dreams come true, and anything is possible. Visitors can experience the ultimate entertainment in Las Vegas with various indoor and outdoor activities. Indoor attractions in Las Vegas include the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, which offers a stunning display of flowers and plants, the Mob Museum, which explores the history of organized crime in Las Vegas; and the Neon Museum, which features vintage neon signs from the city’s past. The Strip is home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, including the Bellagio, the Wynn, and the Venetian. Each hotel offers a unique experience with world-class dining, entertainment, and shopping. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, golfing, and swimming. Other things to do in Las Vegas include catching a show, such as Cirque du Soleil’s “O” or the Blue Man Group, or visiting the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. 

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Red Rock Canyon National Park

Red Rock Canyon National Park is a natural wonder seventeen miles west of Las Vegas. It is known for its stunning red rock formations, scenic vistas, and unique wildlife. This park offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities for visitors of all ages. Indoor attractions in Red Rock Canyon National Park include the Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, which offers exhibits on the park’s geology, flora, and fauna, and the Calico Hills Trailhead, which features interpretive displays and a short film about the park’s history. Visitors can also explore the park’s many hiking trails, which range from easy to difficult. Outdoor attractions in Red Rock Canyon National Park include the scenic drive, which offers breathtaking views of the red rock formations, and the hiking trails, which offer opportunities to see wildlife such as desert bighorn sheep, coyotes, and rattlesnakes. Visitors can enjoy rock climbing, picnicking, and camping in the park..