You can find Las Vegas ReLeaf MMJ Dispensary on the corner of Sahara Ave. and Paradise Rd. Its location is not the best one for a Las Vegas dispensary. There are many bus stops nearby, but the district is very dangerous in late hours. However, the building stands right off the street that has access to the freeway, which is very convenient for patients on their vehicles. In front of Las Vegas ReLeaf, you will find a huge parking where you can park your car for a while. The dispensary is quite unnoticeable, so it is better to orient by the McDonald's located nearby.
After you enter the dispensary, you have to pass through a security area to be admitted to the registration area. Las Vegas ReLeaf is open for all cannabis patients of full legal age, including international marijuana consumers. But they pay more attention to the security level comparing to other medical marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas to ensure safety for their patients and employees. To gain admittance to the dispensary, you need to prove your identity and age with proper identification. It can be your driver's license or your personal medical marijuana card with your CA ID. Otherwise, the security guard will ask you to leave the building without any medications, which is very upsetting.
When you get inside the dispensary, you might be surprised by a beautiful interior in warm colors that resembles a boutique salon on the strip. In a large waiting room, you will find comfortable places for sitting while you wait for your turn or choose your cannabis medications. The friendly staff usually greets you with water and snacks, and it would be foolish to refuse them. Although the employees claim that the lobby is air-conditioned, there is still a noticeable scent of medical cannabis.
The dispensary's menu is displayed on a huge monitor, so everyone can see it. The menu includes many selections of indica, sativa, and hybrid strains, as well as a great variety of concentrates, edibles, and topicals. The prices are higher than in other medical marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas, but the service is also at an adequate quality level. The budtenders are well-informed about cannabis strains and products, so your will probably get good advice after your preferences are taken into account.
It may sound disappointing, but when you buy something at this dispensary, you are forced to purchase a special Ziplock bag according to legal instructions. In case you want to save $3 next time, keep this bag for your future visits to Las Vegas ReLeaf or any other dispensary in the city. Please also note that the prices include the cannabis testing information and the tax, so you will not get it back.
Las Vegas ReLeaf pays much attention to customer service and welcomes its buyers every day. The dispensary opens late, at 11:00 a.m., and works till 8:00 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday or till 10:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.