Becoming a register medical cannabis patient was a very luxurious ordeal. I had to file the application with the state government with a $69 fee, and an additional charge when they were issuing our card. The initial dentist’s visit was almost $300, & each subsequent visit costs $150 more. So assuming it’s your 1st or second year of being a patient, you’re looking at paying the dentist fee every several weeks & the charge for the card once each year. Even if you’re wealthy, it’s a very costly endeavor to be a medical cannabis patient in our state. I hate that I have to spend as much cash as I do to keep our marijuana card, however it’s worth it. I use cannabis medicinally, & the weak, sketchy stuff you’d find on the street is a far cry from the clean & lab worked on marijuana that is distributed by the premiere cannabis stores in our state. I was surprised when the state voted to expand into legalized recreational cannabis after just two years of having medical cannabis dispensaries. Some might wonder why you’d continue to spend our savings the outrageous fees to be a medical cannabis user if you could buy it recreationally. The issue is that you for 1 don’t have to spend our savings on the huge taxes on your cannabis products at each point of sale. The other reason why the medical dispensaries have a better stock of whole flower & high THC concentrates. They also advertise free condo delivery while the recreational dispensaries are mostly in-person shopping stores exclusively. The few recreational marijuana stores that offer condo delivery charge wildly outrageous fees. You can expect to spend our savings $25 just to get a single order delivered, which is almost as much as a single jar of flowering cannabis.