If joints and bongs are what comes to mind when you think medical marijuana, think again.
On the first day of South Dakota’s new medical marijuana law, a dispensary owned by the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is offering a spectrum of cannabis products to qualifying customers.
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While joints and bags of marijuana are available at the cannabis retail store on reservation land in northern Moody County, Native Nations Cannabis Dispensary Thursday also had in its store less commonly known product types such as waxes, edibles, tinctures and oils.
Here’s a rundown of what the tribe is selling:
Packages of matured marijuana buds are probably the most commonly consumed form of cannabis. And Native Nations is selling a variety of strains with names like “Blue Dream” and “Wedding Cake.” The packages come in increments of 3.5 grams, 7 grams, 14 grams and 28 grams.
The prices range from $35 to about $200.
‘Pre-rolls’ or marijuana cigarettes
Most strains used for packaged flower are also available in marijuana cigarettes rolled by Native Nations. A typical “pre-roll,” as they’re referred to in the industry, contain about one gram of cannabis flower.
Native Nations sells a single pre-roll for