If you have a concern that is not addressed in the list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) below, please contact us here, and a Stone Age representative will get back to you. For issues requiring an immediate response, we suggest calling (562) 676-4014 for the Long Beach showroom, or (503) 206-8785 if you are in the Portland area.

A wealth of additional information can be found at California's official cannabis portal, or additional FAQs related to Oregon marijuana statutes for our Portland customers.

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Why does Stone Age charge so much tax?

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Unfortunately this is something that all licensed dispensaries in the state must account for, whether it is bundled into the price or listed separately on the receipt, it still must be paid. Stone Age Long Beach has made the decision to be completely transparent with our medicinal patients and recreational customers about how much the state of California requires to be set aside for taxes. You can read more about the taxation requirements for cannabis businesses in the state's own official Tax Guide for Cannabis Businesses.

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Does Stone Age offer home delivery?

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While home delivery is not available at this time, there are plans for it to be offered very soon. You may however still order online for in-store pickup, either through this website or directly from our Weedmaps menu.

If you want home delivery service in your area, please let us know.

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Can I pay with a credit card?

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Stone Age now accepts credit cards with PIN numbers! If you are not sure if your credit card has a PIN number, learn more about it here.

You may also use our on-site ATM or make a purchase using your debit card with our Cashless ATM system.

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How do I shop online for in-store pickup?

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Online ordering is available 24/7 for in-store pickup during regular business hours, either through this website or directly from our Weedmaps menu.

For all policies & guidelines related to online shopping and in-store pickup, visit stoneagefarmacy.com/guide. Contact us if you still have questions!

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Does Stone Age serve “recreational” customers?

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The wait is over! Stone Age Farmacy has been awarded a recreational license for all locations. Recreational customers must be 21 or older and able to present government-issued identification, such as a driver's license or state ID card.

If you're new to cannabis, you might want to check out this 'Beginner's Guide to Buying Recreational Marijuana'. Please note: It is still illegal to consume marijuana in public, on sidewalks, and in places where smoking tobacco is prohibited.

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Can I grow my own medical cannabis?

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Stone Age Farmacy now offers top shelf clones for only $15 per plant! Email with any questions or visit stoneagefarmacy.com/grow for more information.

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Can patients be drug tested by an employer?

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The California Supreme Court has ruled that employers have a right to drug test and fire patients who test positive for marijuana, regardless of their medical use (Ross v. RagingWire Telecommunications, 2008). Some employers will excuse patients if they present a valid 215 recommendation. Others won’t. Marijuana is never permitted in jobs with federal drug testing regulations, such as the transportation industry.

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What sort of identification is required for recreational purchases?

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There is no law that says that only California residents can shop at California dispensaries. As long as you have a US identification card, driving license, or a passport (if you’re not a US citizen) that proves you’re 21 years old, or older, you can enter a dispensary in California.

An exception to this rule comes in the form of people who are 18-20 years old, but who have a doctor’s prescription that states they need medical marijuana. These individuals are allowed to enter a dispensary and buy the prescribed products.

While out-of-state doctor's recommendations are not recognized in California, now that both of Southern California's Stone Age locations are licensed for recreational sales, all you need is a valid government-issued ID proving you are over 21 years of age.If you're new to cannabis, you might want to check out this 'Beginner's Guide to Buying Recreational Marijuana'. Please note: It is still illegal to consume marijuana in public, on sidewalks, and in places where smoking tobacco is prohibited.

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Can I sell my excess medicine?

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In general sales of marijuana are NOT permitted under Prop 215. However, SB 420 authorizes legal caregivers and collective/cooperative members to charge for their expenses in growing for others on a “non-profit” basis. Growers who provide for others should either be members of a collective or be bona fide “primary caregivers.”

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How much marijuana can I have in my possession?

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Per Health and Safety Code Section 11362.77, a qualified patient or primary caregiver may possess no more than 8oz. of dried marijuana per qualified patient. In addition, a qualified patient or primary caregiver may also maintain no more than 6 mature or 12 immature marijuana plants.

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Where can marijuana be smoked?

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SB 420 bars marijuana smoking in no smoking zones, within 1,000 feet of a school or youth center except in private residences; on school buses, in a motor vehicle that is being operated, or while operating a boat. Patients are advised to be discreet or consume oral preparations in public.

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How do I renew my MMIC?

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Renewing a MMIC requires the same process as when you originally applied. This includes verifying your information and giving you a new MMIC and new number. If your medical documentation is still valid, you may use this for your renewal. It may be necessary for you to obtain new medical documentation. Your county’s program will verify any information they feel is necessary. You will need to contact their office for more information.

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How long is a MMIC valid?

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One year. A primary caregiver card will expire when the patient’s card expires even if it is less that 12 months.

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Do I have to go to your clinic to get a card?

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You can obtain a MMIC only at your Local County Public Health Department and not through your physician or an evaluation center. The MMIC is voluntary to patients, and all that is required under Senate Bill 420 (SB 420) is your physician’s letter recommending the use of medical marijuana. All county offices and contact information is listed here.