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Arkansas MMJ: A Complete Guide To Every Dispensary In The State

Check Out Our Extensive List!

What started out as a long shot of a medical marijuana program has quickly become one of the most lucrative in the country.

Since opening its doors in May of 2019, the State of Arkansas has consumed more than $143 million worth of medical marijuana.

To keep things in perspective, it hasn't been a steady or easy ride for operators and regulators across the state, starting out very slow in the beginning, but now the Arkansas cannabis market is continuing to grow exponentially.

In fact, 30% of total sales have taken place in the last two months of operation.

According to the most recent data, more than 22,350 pounds of marijuana has been sold over the last eighteen months of operation with a total daily spending average of $600,000!

Currently, there are 29 dispensaries in operation across the state, making the total amount spent at each dispensary every day close to $22,000.

List Of Dispensaries In Arkansas

Acanza - Acanza Health Group states they are committed to developing a world-class organization that innovates, establishes, and utilizes the proven best practices for cannabinoid-based medications throughout the nation. Their stated mission is to help patients enter the cannabis industry while applying FDA standards to dispensing medical marijuana. Located at 2733 N. McConnell Ave, Fayetteville, AR 72704

Parking Lot Acanza Dispensary Acanza Health Group

The Relief Center - Calling themselves the premier destination for medical cannabis dispensary products and services, the stated mission of ReLeaf Center is to provide patients access to high quality, affordable alternative solutions to meet the needs of all their qualifying conditions. Located at 9400 E. McNelly Rd, Bentonville, AR 72712

Outside View Of ReLeaf Center ReLeaf Center - Arkansas

Purspirit - Established in 2019, Purspirit supplies customers in Northwest Arkansas with the area's largest in-store selection of cannabis products. Our always expanding inventory includes THC & CBD edibles, tinctures, concentrates, flower and more. Located at 3390 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Fayetteville, AR, 72704

Parking Lot Of Purspirit Dispensary Purspirit Dispensary - Arkansas

The Source - Located in Northwest Arkansas, The Source is your one-stop-shop for the highest grade medical marijuana in the state. Our pledge is to create a high-end, seamless experience that enhances your journey to healing and leaves you feeling cared for. Visit this location at 406 Razorback Dr, Bentonville, AR 72712.

Outside View Of The Source Dispensary The Source, Bentonville, Arkansas

Fiddler's Green - Fiddler's Green medical marijuana dispensary wants to be the first name you think of in Arkansas when you think of marijuana. Located in Stone County, jokingly known in the 80's for the massive production of marijuana from the riverbanks. Now, they are legal and striving to provide high quality medical cannabis, infused cannabis and cannabis extracts. From seed to sell, their products are tested and free of pesticides. 16150 Highway 9, Mountain View, Arkansas, 72560.

Outside View Of Fiddler's Green Fiddler's Green Dispensary, Arkansas

Plant Family Therapeutics - Plant Family Therapeutics is a medical cannabis company that is passionate about being a pioneer in their home state of Arkansas to an industry that is growing rapidly and breaking down healthcare barriers nationwide. They created Plant Family Therapeutics to meet a growing demand among Arkansans - a healthy and non-addictive replacement to synthetic opioids. Located at 5172 Highway 62 E, Mountain View, AR, 72653

Front View Of Plant Family Dispensary Plant Family Therapeutics, Mountain View, Arkansas

Arkansas Natural Products - Arkansas Natural Products is powered by 4Front Ventures, a premier multistate operator in the cannabis space. They believe that Arkansas Natural Products is a different kind of dispensary, not just filling orders, but helping individuals with individual needs. Located at 1309 Highway 65 S, Clinton, AR, 72031.

Parking Lot Of Arkansas Natural Dispensary Arkansas Natural Products, Clinton Arkansas

NEA Full Spectrum Medicine - A premier distributor of medical marijuana and marijuana products serving Arkansas. They have a highly controlled facility providing high-quality products and services. They bring legitimacy to the marijuana industry by acting with the highest level of integrity, strictly adhering to regulations, and by promoting the clinical efficacy of medical marijuana. Located at Highway 49, Brookland, Arkansas

Front View of NEA Dispensary NEA Full Spectrum, Arkansas

Fort Cannabis CO. - The only medical marijuana dispensary licensed in Fort Smith, Arkansas! Located at 3904 Ayers Road, Fort Smith, Arkansas, 72908

Logo Of Fort Cannabis Company Fort Cannabis Company - Arkansas

420RX - It's been a long journey for them, but on December 16th, 2019, they officially sold Russellville's first medical marijuana. With the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment being a little over three years old now, they hope Pope County and the surrounding areas are as excited as we are to finally open our doors. Located at 3506 S. Arkansas Avenue, Russellville, Arkansas.

Harvest - Harvest Cannabis Dispensary was established to provide quality treatment with compassion and convenience. Their mission is to provide an alternative, natural way of healing without using industrialized pharmaceuticals. They offer a broad array of cannabis services geared to address illnesses and injuries. Their team will guide you through your options to make sure you are comfortable with your treatment plan. In order to provide their patients with the highest level of care, their goal is to create a treatment plan that will best suit your needs. Visit them at 1200 Thomas G. Wilson Drive, Conway, Arkansas, 72032.

Front View of Harvest Harvest Cannabis Dispensary, Arkansas

Herbology - An inviting family of hometown cannabis dispensaries where passionate Herbologists connect customers to the most trusted and effective cannabis products for their lifestyle. They offer a curated selection of high-quality products, personalized service, and a warm, welcoming vibe that invites people to stay longer and return often. In addition to selling trusted products, they host a wide range of wellness and educational events to help their customers live a safe, healthy lifestyle. This located is 7303 Kanis Rd, Little Rock, AR, 722204

Parking Lot View Of Herbology Herbology - Little Rock, Arkansas

Harvest House of Cannabis - Today, Harvest Health & Recreation proudly serves 9 states with many more locations on the horizon. Though Harvest has blossomed into something larger and more influential than they could have imagined, its mission hasn't wavered; Harvest is here to improve lives through the goodness of medical marijuana.

Harvest also continually looks to make an impact beyond the four walls of its medical marijuana dispensaries. Since 2013, Harvest has donated over $500,000 to local charitable organizations, veterans, seniors and patients in need. Located at 900 S. Rodney Parham, Little Rock, Arkansas

Inside Of Harvest Medical Harvest House of Cannabis - Little Rock, Arkansas

Natural Relief Dispensary - This local family-run company in Sherwood, Arkansas is setting out to assist our neighbors in finding the comfort and relief they need. Our focus is not only on the product, but the experience. The warm and inviting environment allows a person to feel at ease. The friendly and professional team members allow you to connect. The quality of our product allows you to care for your needs at the highest standards. Located at 3107 E. Kiehl Avenue, Sherwood, Arkansas 72120

Outside Of Natural Relief Natural Relief Dispensary - Sherwood, Arkansas

Suite 443 - This medical marijuana dispensary holds the coveted title of First Dispensary In Arkansas! Having paved the way for the rest of the 28 shops that have opened up over the course of the last 18 months, Suite 443 is making a difference in the lives of patients everyday and plans to continue serving the needs of the community. Located at 4897 Malvern Ave, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 71901

Inside of Suite 443 Suite 443 Dispensary - Hot Springs, Arkansas

Green Springs Medical - Green Springs Medical claims to be the largest medical marijuana dispensary in the entire state of Arkansas. With more than 119 strains to choose from there is no competition. Don't forget to check their website as they have daily deals and more! Located at 309 Seneca Street, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 71901

Outside Of Green Springs Medical Green Springs Medical - Hot Springs, Arkansas

Native Green Wellness Center - Native Green Wellness is proud to be a woman-owned business with 100% Arkansan ownership. Our company views itself as a community partner that will contribute to the diversity and economic development of the communities by providing high quality alternative medicine, employment opportunities, research, and education opportunities.

Their members have dedicated and will continue to devote their time, executive leadership, experience and private finances to making their vision become a reality. The Native Green Wellness team is united in its commitment to set the gold standard for Arkansas medical marijuana dispensaries.

Inside Native Green Wellness Native Green Wellness Center - Hensley, Arkansas

Custom Cannabis (Formerly Natural State Medical Group) - Originally operating as Natural State Medical Group, they have backgrounds, credentials and experience in fields which will be used in achieving their goals. Owners include neurosurgeons, anesthetists, nurses, orthodontists, engineers, computer scientists, pharmacists and entrepreneurs.

Mission: "Our goal is to bring Custom Cannabis to the pinnacle of medical cannabis dispensaries in the state of Arkansas and indeed the United States. We will be providing not just the high quality and wide variety of available cannabis products our patients require, but also first rate customer service and most importantly the accurate advice required to obtain optimal results using medical cannabis. This includes conducting research on the medical benefits of cannabinoids actually being used by patients, bud tender education and patient education, the production of unique strains of medical cannabis after completion of our greenhouse grow facility and the development and on site production of a variety of custom compounded medical cannabis products for specific conditions, leveraging the full benefits of the entourage effect."

Located at 10200 AR-5, Alexander, Arkansas, 72002

Outside Of Custom Cannabis Custom Cannabis Superstore - Alexander, Arkansas

Greenlight Dispensary - Greenlight is passionate in providing a variety of pure and potent cannabis products to valued customers; naturally aligning with their customer service standard which is putting patient needs ahead of their own. Their team members are dedicated to being courteous, positive, and informative of the cannabis industry and patient's needs.

We strive to help our team stay educated and innovative in this ever-changing industry. With consistent growth always in the forefront of their initiatives, Greenlight values personal and professional growth to usher in innovative products and services in the industry. Located at 5144 Highway 44, Helena, Arkansas 72328


South Dakota To Vote On Med. & Rec. MJ In November

Becomes 1st State To Tackle Both Simultaneously

For the first time ever a state is attempting to pass laws allowing both medical and recreational cannabis at the same time.

South Dakota has a huge opportunity in front of it when residents head to the polls in November. Now confirmed, ballot initiatives IM26, which calls for the legalization of medical marijuana and Constitutional Amendment A, which calls for the legalization of recreational marijuana, will be up for vote in the upcoming election.

Currently, South Dakota is the only state in the region planning to tackle the issue of legal marijuana in the 2020 election. Until last month advocates believed Nebraska would be the next to do so, however their Supreme Court delivered a stunning blow to the movement last month.

A Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that the proposed initiative to legalize cannabis was unconstitutional because of the way it was written. There is a single subject rule that only allows one topic to be addressed per initiative and it was the opinion of the court that growing cannabis and possessing it were not the same. As a result, it was removed from the November ballot amid disbelief from patients and advocates all over the state.

What Is IM26? Who Is Sponsoring The Initiative?

Initiated Measure 26 (IM26) is a legislative initiative that seeks to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Backed by a group called New Approach South Dakota, it had more than 30,000 signatures by the time it was submitted for verification in late 2019.

The state validated more than 77% of the signatures, or around 25,000, showing that there is definitely support for the legalization movement in South Dakota.

If it passes, IM26 would make it legal for patients with a qualifying condition to use medical marijuana as a treatment for their illness. Patients can possess up to three ounces of marijuana at a time and can even grow their own cannabis, if prescribed by a licensed physician. Ultimately, it will be up to the State Department of Health to set limits on amounts a patient can possess or grow.

What Is Considered A Qualifying Condition?

According to the legislation, a debilitating condition is "a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following: cachexia or wasting syndrome; severe, debilitating pain; severe nausea; seizures; or severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis."

* The measure gives the State Health Department the authority to add more conditions as the program matures.

What is Constitutional Amendment A?

Constitutional Amendment A calls for the legalization of marijuana and marijuana products, as well as creates an adult-use market for anyone over the age of 21. If passed as written, individuals would be able to possess or distribute up to one ounce of cannabis.

One of the conditions of the amendment is that the South Dakota State Legislature must legalize medical marijuana and pass laws that legalize and regulate the sale of hemp, both by April 1st, 2022.

Under the provisions of Amendment A, if an individual lives in a jurisdiction with no retail cannabis shops, they are permitted to grow up to 3 plats of their own, not to exceed 6 total in any home.

Also, cannabis sales would be taxed at 15% with 50% of the revenue going to education and the other 50% going into the state's general fund (the IRS is reimbursed for the cost of the implementation of the amendment first).

While a specific municipality could ban cannabis shops, testing facilities, or cultivators, they can't prevent cannabis being transported within their jurisdiction by those who have the appropriate license to do so.


Nebraska Courts Block Medical Marijuana Initiative

Initiative Removed From Nov. 3 Ballot

In a stunning blow to the legalization movement in the State of Nebraska, the highest court just found the most recent medical marijuana initiative unconstitutional. As a result, it will no longer be on the ballot in the upcoming election.

This decision comes at a time when the overwhelming majority of residents have voiced support for the rescheduling of the plant. In a recent poll, more than 77% of voters indicated they were in favor of a medical marijuana program in Nebraska.

Here's what advocates had to say about this recent ruling:

"Our opponents are cowards," responded Matthew Schweich, Deputy Director of the Marijuana Policy Project. Schweich continued his statement as follows, "This is an outrageous and deeply flawed decision by a group of activist judges. This ruling means that sick and suffering medical marijuana patients, including veterans, will continue to be criminals in Nebraska when they try to live healthier lives."

Despite the fact that the decision itself was unbelievable, you have to keep in mind that close to 200,000 residents of Nebraska signed a petition in favor of this legislation being added to the November ballot. It is very clear that the will of the people in the state is to have easy access to quality medical marijuana, however the powers that be are determined to thwart any and all attempts to provide this access within the state.

What Went Wrong?

The. Single. Subject. Rule.

The single subject rule requires any ballot measure to stick to a single subject. However, before the courts had the chance to strike down the measure, it had been approved by the Secretary of State, Bob Evnen, who said that he believed it followed the letter of the law. According to Evnen, producing and using medical cannabis were a single subject. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court did not agree.

The courts ruled in favor of striking down the initiative and removing it from the upcoming November ballot because of a technicality. A really really small technicality.

In addition to the language legalizing and regulating marijuana for medical purposes, there were three separate proposals related to gambling within the state. According to the law, the issue of marijuana should be decided on its own, and now share a bill with any other major issue. The courts believe that the residents of Nebraska need to see cannabis as a singular topic when they vote on a bill pertaining to its rescheduling.

Opponents of the cannabis movement claim that the law has been upheld, and that the court made the right decision.

What Is the Purpose Of The Initiative?

The goal of this initiative is to amend the constitution of the State of Nebraska in order to allow qualifying residents to use, possess, access and produce cannabis, and cannabis infused products, in an effort to treat serious medical conditions. Medical cannabis can only me made available to those that have received a recommendation from a licensed physician within in state.

Provisions Of The Initiative

In order to be effective, advocates propose the following changes to the current constitution.

The following sections of the initiative outline what is ALLOWED by the initiative.

  • (1) An individual who is eighteen years of age or older, if recommended by a licensed physician or nurse practitioner, has the right to use, possess, access, purchase, and safely and discreetly produce an adequate supply of cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment to alleviate a serious medical condition. Such individual may assisted by a caregiver in exercising these rights.
  • (2) An individual who is under eighteen years of age, if recommended by a licensed physician or nurse practitioner and with the permission of a parent or legal guardian with responsibility for health care decisions of such individual, has the right to use cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment to alleviate a serious medical condition. Such individual may be assisted by a parent, legal guardian, or caregiver, who may possess, access, purchase, and safely and discreetly produce an adequate supply of cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment on behalf of the individual.
  • (3) The rights protected in the above sections include the right to access or purchase cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment from private entities. Private entities and agents operating on the entities' behalf in the State of Nebraska may grow, cultivate, process, possess, transport, sell, test, or transfer possession of cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment for sale or delivery to an individual authorized to use cannabis under either of the above sections.
  • (4) Individuals or entities engaged in actions followed by, or exercising rights protected by this section shall not be subject to arrest, prosecution, or civil or criminal penalties under state or local law, except that reasonable penalties may be imposed for any violation of reasonable laws, rules, and regulations enacted by any of the aforementioned sections.
  • (5) (a)The rights protected in this initiative shall only be subject to reasonable laws, rules and regulations that promote the health and safety of individuals authorized to use cannabis as provided in this section; ensure continued access by such individuals to the type and quantity of cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment they need; and prevent unlawful diversion of cannabis. Such laws, rules or regulations shall not impose an undue burden on the exercise of rights protected by this section.
The following sections outline what is NOT ALLOWED by the intiative.
  • (b) This subsection shall not prevent the expeditious licensing and reasonable regulation of entities and agents acting under section (3) of this initiative. Such regulation and licensing shall not impose an undue burden on the ability of individuals authorized to use cannabis as provided in this section to access the type and quantity of cannabis, cannabis products, and cannabis related equipment they need.
  • (6) This section shall not be construed to: (a) Allow the smoking of cannabis in public; (b) Require detention or correctional facilities to allow the possession or use of cannabis in such facilities; Allow the operation of a motor vehicle while impaired by cannabis; or (d) Otherwise allow engaging in conduct that would be negligent to undertake while impaired by cannabis.
  • (7) This section does not require an employer to allow an employee to work while impaired by cannabis.
  • (8) This section does not require any insurance provider to provide insurance coverage for the use of cannabis.
  • (9) For purposes of this section, cannabis means all parts of the plant of the genus cannabis, whether growing or not, the seeds thereof, the resin extracted from any part of the plant, and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds, or its resin.
It still amazes me that patients are denied access to life-saving medication in 2020. The benefits of medical marijuana have been proven time and again, however lawmakers refuse to recognize its importance as a medication in the world today. We need leaders that will stand up for what is right and not bow to the pressure of the old guard.

Keep this issue in mind as you head to the polls (or mail in your ballot, depending on where you live), and use your vote to make your voice heard today!


Maine Begins Awarding Recreational Cannabis Licenses

$200 Million Market Projected Statewide

Cannabis advocates in the State of Maine can breathe a little easier today, as the window to apply for licenses to operate recreational cannabis businesses opened earlier this month.

As of today, six licenses have already been awarded giving businesses the ability to either produce, test or sell marijuana in a retail setting. While this action is long overdue, it is still a great achievement for patients and the State of Maine.

The first six licenses awarded were considered part of the first round of licensing and include retailers, growers as well as testing labs. Out of the six licenses given out in the first round, two were specifically for retail stores in Newport and South Portland. Actual sales of the plant are slated to begin on October 9th, 2020.

According to the state, the plan is to continue issuing licenses through opening day.

What Licenses Have Already Been Awarded?

Retail Sales

  • Sweet Relief Of Newport (Sales)
  • Theory Wellness Of Maine (Sales)
  • Room 5, LLC
  • Gele, LLC
  • Grass Roots Marijuana, LLC
Nelson Analytical LLC, Kennebunkpor

Outside View At Theory Wellness Theory Wellness Of Maine AP

Where Can I Find Retail Cannabis On Opening Day?

Theory Wellness Of Maine in South Portland and Sweet Relief Shop in Newport will be the first two shops debuting on opening day of recreational cannabis sales.

What Does the State Have To Say?

"Maine will have the unique distinction of being the only state to launch its adult-use marijuana program during a pandemic. The initial market will likely be limited in both accessibility and product availability, but the industry will evolve responsibly and provide safe, convenient access." - Erik Gunderson, Head of Maine's Marijuana Policy Office.

In order for a business to operate legally in Maine, it must receive approval from both the city or town the business is located as well as the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy.

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Learn How To Make Cannabutter At Home!

Check Out Our Step By Step Guide

We've all been there. You walk into a party and someone's whipped up a batch of special brownies. You excitedly grab one and take bite only to find the fudgy goodness you were expecting replaced by the taste of dried leaves and chocolate syrup. Don't lie. This is the stuff of nightmares and it probably happened because your baker friend, let's call him Brian, isn't a very good chef. Now what Brian probably did is take an ounce of low-quality kush and mix it into a box of brownie mix, creating a dry, barely palatable rendition of the delicious chocolate squares your grandma used to make.

Sure, these trash rectangles will get you stoned beyond belief, but Brian forgot one essential thing. Marijuana does not taste good. Of course, most seasoned smokers have no problem with the slight aftertaste of a hit from a joint, and the smell–probably more because of association than actual enjoyment–is often described as pleasant, but this is far from an endorsement of marijuana's flavor profile. Don't get too mad at Brian. Marijuana, great for so many things, falls flat as an ingredient. Its musk is extremely pungent and it has a tendency to muddle the flavors you actually want to taste. You know, like chocolate. It's not Brian's fault he failed. Braver chefs than him have never successfully climbed that mountain.

But what if there were another way to make pot brownies?

Meet cannabutter, a marijuana-infused butter substitute that will make all of your edible dreams come true. Just substitute regular butter for this genius invention, and you can turn just about any baked good into something that'll get you stoned. Invented by JeffThe420Chef aka the "Julia Child of Weed," this light-tasting ingredient will help you make edibles that actually taste good. But how's it made?

Items You Will Need:

  • Heat-resistant glass dish
  • Tea strainer
  • Distilled water
  • Small tupperware container
  • Aluminum foil
  • Medium sized saucepan
  • Coffee filter


1 pound of unsalted butter (or salted, if your prefer)

1 ounce of marijuana (many people choose to use lower quality product for this step)

1 cup of water

Step 1: Wash The Flower

Pour distilled water in a large mixing bowl and add the cannabis you will be using to make the butter

Flower Being Washed In A Bowl Step 1: Wash The Flower

Step 2: Blanch The Flower

For this step, you will need to grab the tea strainer and fill it with the prepared flower. Once you have it in the strainer, place the strainer in the pot of boiling water for five minutes. Once the five minutes is up, remove the strainer from the bowl and place it in another bowl filled with ice for one minute.

Boiling Water On A Stove Step 2: Blanch The Flower

Step 3: Rinse The Flower

Take distilled water and use it to rinse the flower. Once you are finished, carefully lay it on a paper towel to dry

Bottle Of Distilled Water Step 3: Rinse The Flower

Step 4: Decarboxylate The Flower

Take your pyrex dish and spread the flower evenly over the surface as thin as possible, then cover the dish with aluminum foil. Place the dish in the over at 300 degrees for 20 minutes.

Giant Tray Of Broken Down Flower Step 4: Decarboxylate The Flower

Step 5: Infuse Butter With Flower

Use your medium sauce pan to melt the butter, and then add a cup of water to the pan while slowly adding the recently decarboxylated flower. This is the longest step of the process. Next you are going to bring the butter to a simmer and let it sit for at least 3 hours (some people choose to go as long as 12 hours). However, make sure that the butter does not come to a boil as the THC could end up being burned off from the high heat.

Melting Butter In A Pan On The Stove Step 5: Infuse The Butter With Flower

Step 6: Strain and Refrigerate

Use a coffee filter to remove any plant material from the butter, while pouring the mixture into a tupperware container. Once you have strained all of the butter, place the lid on the container and put it in the fridge. The butter will be ready once it has hardened and looks like actual butter. You will be able to tell when it is ready just by looking at it.

Now that you've finished and have one pound of cannabutter, you're ready to make a whole lot of truly delicious pot brownies. Here's the good news: you can choose any brownie recipe you'd like. Just substitute your cannabutter for the butter in the recipe!

We are going to periodically reference this recipe when we post other edibles to the site, so if you are planning to follow along with us and try your hand at DIY edibles, bookmark this page!

Look out for our next recipe, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, coming next week on FindKarma.