Please do not hesitate to call or email us with your questions. (405) 282-LOLO (5656)
Do I have to have an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana card to visit Pakalolo??
Yes, you must have a current Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Patient Card to enter the dispensary. We will have CBD products available in the lobby for purchase by anyone 18 or older. Children under 18 are never allowed inside unless they themselves are a Medical Card Patient.
How much can I buy at one time?
You may buy up to 3 Ounces at one time. That is the State limit you are allowed.
Do you take Credit Cards?
At this time we do not take credit cards or have an ATM machine.
Is cannabidiol (CBD) the same thing as medical marijuana?
No. Cannabidiol or “CBD” is a derivative of the cannabis plant that also has therapeutic uses, but is not included in Oklahoma’s state definition of “marijuana.” It is therefore not subject to the same restrictions as medical marijuana. By definition, CBD can contain only up to a trace amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive component of marijuana, so CBD products have no psychoactive effects. This is Oklahoma’s statutory definition for cannabidiol:
“ ‘Cannabidiol’ means a nonpsychoactive cannabinoid found in the plant Cannabis sativa L. or any other preparation thereof, that has a tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than three-tenths of one percent (0.3%) and that is delivered to the patient in the form of a liquid” (63 O.S. § 2-801(3)).
Under state law, only specific uses are authorized for CBD with a detectable THC content (though it must always be below 0.03%). CBD that contains no detectable THC content, however, is commonly sold and used in Oklahoma with few restrictions. In general, the cannabidiol products sold in Oklahoma’s “CBD shops” do not contain detectable THC.
Under federal law, cannabidiol does not have a separate status from other marijuana derivatives, and so is still classified as a Schedule I controlled substance – even when it contains no THC. While legalization of CBD at the federal level has been discussed as a likely possibility, at this time it is still only explicitly legal at the state level under the conditions of state law.