A cannabis Dispensary, cannabis store, or cannabis coop is a place where cannabis is sold legally for medicinal or recreational use. In the Dutch they are known as coffeeshop. In the United States, though they exist mainly as an outlet for recreational use only. Most states have some type of law that says the production, possession, and distribution of cannabis are illegal. Have a look at Oregon Bud Company Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Beaverton – dispensary more info on this.
In the United States the cannabis industry is big business, and several states, such as California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Washington allow individuals to cultivate, buy, and distribute marijuana for medicinal purposes. Some states, such as Illinois, allow patients who suffer from certain debilitating medical conditions to use marijuana as a medicine. Patients in these states are allowed to grow a handful of marijuana plants at home and consume small amounts during other times. The idea behind a marijuana dispensary is that customers can buy their favorite strains and use them recreationally.
To become a licensed cannabis distributor you will have to work under a bartender at a marijuana dispensary. The bartender is responsible for collecting customers’ marijuana, inspecting it for quality and freshness, and delivering it to their door for use by their customer. Licensed distributors must be registered with the state and must display the appropriate signs, labels, and badges displaying their license and ID number. Before being placed in a position to work as a bartender at a dispensary, applicants must undergo a background check to ensure that they are not a criminal.