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What is cannabis?2022-04-12T19:36:24+00:00

Cannabis is derived from the cannabis plan, cannabis sativa. It grows wild in many of the tropical and temperate areas of the world. It can be grown in almost any climate and is increasingly cultivated by means of indoor hydroponic technology.

How is marijuana used?2022-04-12T19:36:57+00:00

There are many ways of using marijuana, and each one affects users differently. Marijuana can be rolled up and smoked like a cigarette (a joint) or a cigar (a blunt). Marijuana can also be smoked in a pipe. Sometimes people mix it in food and eat it or brew it as a tea (edibles). Smoking oils, concentrates, and extracts from the marijuana plant are on the rise. People who use this practice call it “dabbing.”

What is the difference between medicinal (medical) marijuana and recreational marijuana?2022-04-12T19:36:10+00:00

In, 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize recreational cannabis. Before that, cannabis was legal in certain states only to those with qualifying medical conditions. As more states follow in Washington and Colorado’s footsteps, “recreational” has become the commonly used term for personal cannabis consumption that isn’t exclusively for medical purposes. Recreational marijuana is defined as any form of marijuana used without medical justification. This type of product is traditionally associated with strains containing a high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content.

What type of marijuana possession and use is legal in Oklahoma?2022-04-12T19:37:18+00:00

Right now, ONLY the possession, cultivation, and use of MEDICINAL marijuana is legal in the state of Oklahoma. One must obtain a medical marijuana card before he/she is eligible to legally possess or use medical marijuana. Recreational marijuana possession and use is NOT legal and is still criminalized under Oklahoma law.

What is a medical marijuana card?2022-04-12T19:37:30+00:00

A medical marijuana card is a state issued identification card that enables a patient with a doctor’s recommendation to obtain, possess, or cultivate cannabis for medicinal use despite marijuana’s lack of the normal Food and Drug Administration testing for safety and efficacy.

What medical conditions will qualify me to get a doctor’s recommendation so that I may obtain a medical marijuana card?2022-04-12T19:37:54+00:00
  • Whereas states such as Colorado, Oregon and California, require their residents to have one of several specific medical conditions listed in their individual medical marijuana statutes, Oklahoma has one of the least restrictive medical marijuana programs and only requires that applicants be Oklahoma residents 18 years or older with board-certified physician’s signature. Special circumstances may be allowed for minors if applications receive (2) physician signatures as well as the applicant’s parent or guardian.
  • Yes, a doctor may recommend and sign the required form for literally any medical condition that an Oklahoma resident might have.
How do I get a medical marijuana card?2022-04-12T19:38:09+00:00
  • Step 1 – Find a doctor who is not reluctant to consult with you about medical use cannabis. Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) also posts a list of physicians who are familiar and comfortable with medical cannabis. This list is available on the OMMA website.
  • Step 2 – See the doctor. At the appointment, bring a blank copy of the OMMA’s Physician Recommendation Form. This form is available on the OMMA website.
  • Step 3 – Go to the OMMA website and submit your application online. You will need to enter:
    1. Your full name
    2. Proof of identity
    3. Address, and proof of residency
    4. Date of birth
    5. Phone number
    6. Email address
    7. Physician contact information

    You will need the following documentation:

    1. Proof of Oklahoma residency—such as digital, color copy of the following – Oklahoma drivers license, identification card, voter identification card, utility bill for one calendar month preceding the date of application, a residential property deed to property in the state of Oklahoma, or a current rental agreement for residential property located in the state of Oklahoma
    2. Proof of Identity—such as digital, color copy of the following – Oklahoma drivers license, identification card, passport issued by United States Government, tribal identification card approved for identification purposes

    Lastly, you will need:

    1. A clear, color, full face digital photograph of yourself
    2. The completed Adult Patient Physician Form – dated within 30 days of the application
  • Step 4 – Pay the fee of $100.00 (if you have proof of Medicaid or Medicare, Oklahoma reduces the fee to $20.00
  • Step 5- Wait to see if you are qualified – If so, your card will be mailed to you within 14 days – the card is valid for 2 years unless revoked by OMMA for unauthorized use
  • Step 6 – Visit a dispensary – Your OMMA medical marijuana card will allow you access to any licensed dispensary within the state of Oklahoma.
Can I use more than one form of medical marijuana together with another?2022-04-12T19:38:29+00:00

Yes, but it’s not a strategy for new users, who should learn the effects of low doses of a single product first. Some experienced users rely on edibles, capsules or topicals for symptom relief that may last for hours.

What is the difference between Indica and Sativa?2022-04-12T19:38:41+00:00

Indica plants are short and stocky, featuring leaves that are broad and “chunky.” Sativa plants tend to be taller and skinnier and may even be lanky in appearance, with leaves that are thin and pointed.

Indica
  • Body High
  • Relaxation
  • Appetite Stimulator
  • Sleep Aid
  • Pain Relief
  • Best for Nighttime Use
Sativa
  • Head High
  • Alertness
  • Uplifting & Euphoric
  • Creativity
  • Increased Energy
  • Best for Daytime Use
What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?2022-04-12T19:38:58+00:00

Hemp and marijuana are different names for the same genus species (Cannabis). The difference is that hemp plants contain no more than 0.3 percent of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive substance found in marijuana. In other words, Cannabis plants with 0.3 percent or less of THC are hemp. Cannabis plants with more than 0.3 percent THC are marijuana.

Does Castio Farms sell to the public?2022-04-12T19:39:13+00:00

At this time Castio Farms only sells to businesses so make sure to ask your favorite dispensaries for our product!

What are the medical physiological differences between Indica and Sativa?2022-04-12T19:39:26+00:00
  • Indicas tend to decrease energy and are better for consumption in the evening or at night, after the conclusion of the day’s work and activities.
  • Sativas, on the other hand, are uplifting and cerebral, enhancing creativity and productivity. Indicas provide what has been called a “body high,” while sativas deliver more of a “mind high.”
Indica
  • Body High
  • Relaxation
  • Appetite Stimulator
  • Sleep Aid
  • Pain Relief
  • Best for Nighttime Use
Sativa
  • Head High
  • Alertness
  • Uplifting & Euphoric
  • Creativity
  • Increased Energy
  • Best for Daytime Use
Can a non-Oklahoma resident with a valid medical ID card access Oklahoma’s MMJ?2022-04-12T19:39:51+00:00

Oklahoma’s law makes it possible for out of state medical marijuana patients to take advantage of the state’s medical marijuana program.

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