Missouri Marijuana Information

Quick FAQ

Medical and recreational use of marijuana in Missouri are still illegal. However, despite the state’s conservative nature, there are many advocacy groups pushing for medical marijuana to be legalized.

Missouri was the 19th state to decriminalize marijuana possession, the law took effect in January 2017. The law protects those caught with up to 10 grams of marijuana. It also reduces sentences for distribution. If you find yourself in a pinch with the law, check out our Missouri Cannabis Lawyers page for help!

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Missouri FAQ

Is Marijuana legal in Missouri?

No, marijuana is entirely illegal in Missouri. The decriminalization law will go into effect in January 2017, and that will protect citizens caught with up to 10 grams of marijuana.

Where can I buy marijuana?

Currently, there are no legal outlets in Missouri where residents can purchase marijuana.

How can I help legalize marijuana in Missouri?

If you are registered to vote in Missouri, you can help to legalize marijuana by voting for the legalization initiative you prefer.

How much will it cost if it is legalized?

The price of marijuana will vary based on strain and quality, and it will also be highly dependent on what the tax percentage is.

If marijuana is legalized can I still get in trouble?

Yes. You can always get in trouble at the federal level, even if medical marijuana is legalized in Missouri. Be sure to always follow the laws of the state you are in, and state authorities will have no issues with you. If you find yourself in a pinch with the law, check out our Missouri Cannabis Lawyers page for help!

What is a dab?

Dabs are often compared to the hard liquor of the cannabis world, and can be found in many forms. Dabs are the essential oils and waxes of the cannabis plant that are extracted and concentrated into a potent wax form. They are known for their high concentration of THC. Smoking a dab is much stronger than smoking flowers. If you are not a regular cannabis consumer with a high tolerance, we recommend using extreme caution.

If you’re considering purchasing or doing a dab, it is also important to know what is in the essential oil being offered or sold and if it is safe. Many extracts may not have been purged correctly, and may contain residual amounts of butane or other solvents. CO2 oil is often noted as the safest oil because critical extraction machines that use CO2 as the only solvent extract it.
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