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Oklahoma Cannabis

Oklahoma has a relatively lenient attitude towards cannabis compared to many other states in the United States. In 2018, the state passed a medical cannabis program, allowing patients with a qualifying medical condition to access medical cannabis products with a recommendation from a licensed physician.

The medical cannabis program in Oklahoma has been successful, and as of 2022, over 200,000 patients have registered to participate in the program. Medical cannabis products are available in dispensaries across the state, and patients are able to access a variety of products, including flower, edibles, concentrates, and topicals.

Despite the success of the medical cannabis program, recreational cannabis remains illegal in Oklahoma. However, the state has a relatively low enforcement priority for cannabis offenses, and it is not uncommon for people to consume cannabis in private without facing any legal consequences.

The political landscape in Oklahoma regarding cannabis is also rapidly changing. In recent years, there have been several efforts to legalize recreational cannabis, and there is growing support for the legalization of cannabis in the state. Many people believe that legalization would create jobs, generate tax revenue, and help to reduce the harm associated with the black market.

While recreational cannabis remains illegal in Oklahoma, the state has a relatively relaxed attitude towards cannabis and is making progress towards legalization. The success of the medical cannabis program and the growing support for legalization suggest that Oklahoma may soon become one of the next states to legalize cannabis for recreational use. However, it is important to note that until then, possession, use and sale of cannabis is still illegal and can result in serious legal consequences.

Oklahoma City Dispensaries

Evergreen Cannabis Dispensary

3641 NW 63rd St,

Oklahoma City, OK 73116


Fire Leaf Dispensary

8017 W Reno Ave,

Oklahoma City, OK 73127


Star Buds Dispensary

224 E Main St STE 200,

Oklahoma City, OK 73104


Banana Leaf Dispensary

9100 S Walker Ave,

Oklahoma City, OK 73139


Waves Cannabis Co.

9316 N Francis Ave suite a,

Oklahoma City, OK 73114


Eden Rose Dispensary

3420 N May Ave,

Oklahoma City, OK 73112


Mosaic Dispensary

3703 N Western Ave,

Oklahoma City, OK 73118


Emerald Alley Dispensary

1141 NW 1st St,

Oklahoma City, OK 73106


Oklahoma Fun Facts

  1. Oklahoma is known as the "Sooner State" and got its nickname from the settlers who sneaked into the territory to claim land before it was officially opened for settlement.

  2. The state's name, "Oklahoma," is derived from the Choctaw words "okla" meaning "people" and "humma" meaning "red," translating to "Red People" or "Red Man."

  3. The musical "Oklahoma!" is based on the state and has been performed worldwide. It was the first musical written by the famous duo Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

  4. Oklahoma City, the state capital, is home to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, which showcases Western art, artifacts, and culture.

  5. Oklahoma is often referred to as the "Tornado Alley" because it experiences more tornadoes per square mile than any other state in the United States. It is part of the region where warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico clashes with cool, dry air from the Rockies.

  6. The official state meal of Oklahoma includes fried okra, cornbread, barbecue pork, squash, biscuits, sausage and gravy, grits, corn, strawberries, and pecan pie.

  7. The state's largest city, Tulsa, is known as the "Oil Capital of the World" due to its historical connection to the oil industry. It was a major hub for the oil boom in the early 20th century.

  8. Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state, with over 200 lakes and reservoirs. One of the most popular ones is Lake Eufaula, which is one of the largest man-made lakes in the United States.

  9. The state's official bird is the scissor-tailed flycatcher, known for its distinctive long tail feathers and graceful aerial acrobatics.

  10. Oklahoma is home to the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, which features natural mineral springs, lakes, and diverse wildlife. It is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and swimming.


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