Illinois Adult Use Cannabis

Recreational Cannabis Dispensary

Serving adult consumers 21 years of age and older

Beginning January 1st, 2020, adults 21 years of age and older will have the option to purchase cannabis from our adult use dispensary located in the same shopping center at 4440 Broadway Street in Quincy, Illinois. The adult use dispensary is located just two doors down from our existing medical dispensary and is labeled accordingly. Be mindful that our medical dispensary can serve Illinois medical cannabis patients only. Upon being admitted to the adult use dispensary, you will have access to a dispensary technician on the main floor for any questions and multiple point-of-sale counters in which to purchase cannabis. Starting January 1st, 2020, our adult use online menu will launch but the online pre-ordering feature will be added in the near future.

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Remember to bring one of the accepted forms of identification

Driver's License

State-issued id

Passport

Armed forces id

Only valid and unexpired identification will be accepted for someone to be admitted into the adult use dispensary.

Places where cannabis can and cannot legally be consumed

  • private residences
  • approved cannabis lounges
  • near anyone under 21 years of age
  • public spaces including parks, streets, sidewalks
  • motor vehicles
  • school grounds

Any business or landlord also has the authority to prohibit cannabis use on their property.

Illinois residents may purchase & possess

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These are the daily purchase limits. An individual can purchase and possess the max of each category should they choose to.

Non-residents may purchase & possess

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These are the daily purchase limits. An individual can purchase and possess the max of each category should they choose to.

Adult Use/Recreational Cannabis sales begin January 1st, 2020!

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How much cannabis should I consume?

This is a tough question to answer as everyone metabolizes cannabis at different rates based on their physiology. The general rule of thumb is to start at lower dosages and discover what works best for you in time. Always be sure to allow enough time to detox, especially to avoid being impaired for critical activities like work or driving. When visiting a dispensary, talk with a budtender and they can make a recommendation to fit your lifestyle and level of experience. 

Are there any rules when traveling with cannabis?

When transporting cannabis in a vehicle, it must be stored in a secured and sealed container and be reasonably inaccessible while in motion. It is key that one does not consume cannabis outside of Illinois nor take it across state borders, as it puts you in an illegal status by doing so. Consumers are also prohibited from operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. If law enforcement pulls you over, they have the authority to issue a sobriety test on anyone whom they believe to be under the influence. 

How will adult use cannabis be taxed?

Purchases of cannabis flower or products with a THC content of less than 35% will be taxed 10% by the state while those above that 35% threshold will be taxed at 25%. Cannabis-infused products (such as edibles) will be taxed 20%. Bear in mind, Illinois also imposes its standard 6.25% sales tax and local municipalities can levy up to 3.5% in addition to that.

Can my employer drug test me?

Yes. If an employer has reasonable suspicion or believes you to be impaired, they can choose to have you undergo a drug test. Depending on your workplace drug policy, a positive test can result in disciplinary action including termination. Illinois DUI law defines “impairment” as testing for greater than 10 nanograms per milliliter of THC in a saliva or urine test and 5 nanograms per milliliter or more in a blood test. Consult your company’s policy for further guidance on what is allowed. When on duty, our advice is to be “fit for duty”.