Stockton, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Proposition 215 in California since July 19, 2002, also known as the Compassionate Use Act of 1995, legalizes medical Marijuana use: “The possession and cultivation of marijuana is no more criminal — so long as (the law’s) conditions are satisfied — than the possession and acquisition of any prescription drug with a physician’s prescription.” CA Chief Justice Ronald George.

Law enforcement: Cops aren’t really worried about pot out here they’re mostly looking out the hardcore drugs. If you play it safe and don’t smoke in the very busy parts of downtown (by the police station) you’ll be just fine.

Where to buy marijuana: You can find pretty good weed out here even if you don’t have a connection. Just about any corner in downtown will have some man selling weed (you’ll know because they will be smoking it). Just be cool and ask them if you know any where you can buy some trees or weed never say pot (they will think you’re the cops) and they will direct you to some weed. Stay away from the southside they will not hook you up at all.

You can also try to go to the bus stops by the malls – there’s often people out the smoking and they can tell you were to score some weed.

Stockton marijuana prices: Dime sacks ( .7gr) $4 Dirt $10 Purple $10 Bomb(great stuff)$15 Chronic (KILLER) Dubs Sacks (1.6gr)$7 Dirt $20 Purple/Bomb $ 25 Chronic Eights $20-80 Quads $35-145 OZ $70-300

Brands: Dirt weed is cheap and pretty easy to find and if you smoke enough will give a cool buzz. Purple and Bomb are the two main types and is sold everwhere Bomb is hydro. You can also find trainwreck here. Chronic one of the best weed you can find out here it’s expensive but well worth it.The best weed in Stockton is Grandaddy Purple (it’s Purple covered with THC) but its not easy to come by if you dont have connections and when you do find it it’s very expensive!!

More information: Stockton a cool city for smoker if you keep cool and kick back & relax after you get high. A great place to go once you get high is the movies downtown and the Waterfront.

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don’t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

source: CANORML.org and NORML.com [California and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws] and MPP.org [Marijuana Policy Project]

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

 

Temecula, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Pot is approved for medical use, which makes the legal status vague. Still, it is safe to keep your weed safely hidden.

Law Enforcement: the police will usally either give you a ticket since it is decriminalized in ca, or if it is a cool cop they will just take the weed and let you go.

Cops don’t really care. They try to make it seem like they care but really they don’t. If u have under a half ounce and are honest you will probably walk away with at the most a ticket.

Where to Buy Marijuana in Temecula: go to the sports park (across from temecula valley high school) at 2:30 and you will probably have 3 or 4 people people come up to u tryin to sell u some. THE cops GO THERE EVERY FRIDAY for a roll through and bust any one even chillin there.

The mall is also a good one.

Temecula Marijuana Prices:

1.0 -1.3=20$

2.0 -2.8=40$

1/8 -4.0=50$

1/2=100$

OZ=200-350$ depends if its medical or just local dank and what time of year.(weed is more abundant after harvest around september-october but is usuall no problem to get)

Strains:

mostly high quality stuff but you will get the ocassional shwag. The juicy fruit weed is awesome.

lots of diverted medical(sour desil,master kush) the regs is dank,almost no mids or stress round here.

More information: just be cool about it dont be obnoxious when your tokin up. T-town is boring so all there is to do here is blaze.

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don’t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

 

Ukiah, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.9

Legislation: Ukiah is the county seat and largest city in Mendocino County, California, which is one of the three counties in the Emerald Triangle, the largest marijuana producing region in the United States. In 2000, Mendocino County approved de-facto legalization for marijuana cultivation and possession for personal use. Entitled the “Personal Use of Marijuana Initiative”, Measure G

* Instructs the county government to support all efforts toward the decriminalization of marijuana;

* Directs law enforcement not to arrest or prosecute individuals for personal use marijuana violations involving possession, transportation or cultivation of 25 plants or fewer;

* Provides for the continued enforcement of marijuana laws against those who cultivate, transport and possess marijuana for sale.

Law enforcement: Both the sheriff and district attorney have voiced support for marijuana decriminalization. Through its budgetary authority, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors seek to ensure that the Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney give lowest priority to the enforcement and prosecution of marijuana laws.

However most of the law enforcement don’t go after you for bud if you have fewer than 25 plants (or the amount equal to 25 plants) intended for personal use. Depending on the cop, they will let you keep your pot even if they find you with it (as long as you don’t look like you are going to sell). Still, it is always best to hide your weed just in case the cop isn’t sympathetic to herb.

The sheriff is in support of cannabis decriminalization so the law enforcement tend to be very chill when it comes to weed. You can smoke out in the open at parks, but don’t be so open about it. Some cops are different and its best to hide your joint, pipe, and weed if you suspect a cop around. Hot-boxing is okay too as long as you spray your car or truck after you smoke.

Where to buy marijuana: Ukiah, as well as all of Ukiah Valley (Capella, Talmage, Redwood Valley, ect.) are pretty chill toward cannabis. Try asking some of the younger crowd or any hippy-looking dude in the area. They will most likely steer you in the right direction. Try to refrain from asking an older looking person as some are from the last generation that somewhat disdains weed. As a whole though, most people won’t jump on you and will be polite if you ask for chronic.

Todd Grove Park is also a good place to look for pot smokers for dealing.

Marijuana prices: Pretty much the same as the rest of California. Because pot is so widely available here, you don’t really have to worry about getting ripped off (though not unheard of). Prices below;

Nickel Bag or 5 Bowl: $5

Dime Bag or 10 Sac: $10

Dub Bag or 20 Sac: $20

Marijuana brands: Ukiah as well as all of Mendocino County has some of the best weed in the world! White Widow, Trainwreck, Kush, you name it and you can find it (though some strains are easier to find than others).

More information: Ukiah is a really great place to smoke chronic. With one of the best cannabis laws in the US as well as some of the highest quality strains, you usually can never go wrong. Just don’t take too much advantage of the Ukiah Valley area. Don’t act a fool and don’t expose your weed. If you do this there is nothing to worry about.

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don’t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

Walnut Creek (CoCo), CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Prop 215 has been around for a few years. You can find a Herbal Boutique in virtually any town but many of those East of the Oakland hills (i.e. Walnut Creek, Concord, and the rest of Contra Costa County) require an appointment.

Pot is approved for medical use, which makes the legal status vague. Still, it is safe to keep your weed safely hidden.

Law Enforcement: If they find weed on you they make you unbag it and grind it into the ground. The meth epidemic out here makes cops turn a blind eye to any unprocessed drugs (weed, shrooms, etc.). Dealers rarely get cracked down on because they all have 215 cards, and it’d be too difficult to catch them in the act of selling since no one pre-bags.

Where to Buy Marijuana in Walnut Creek (CoCo): Friends mostly. You’re usually less than 3 degrees from a slanger. If you’re new to the area hit up one of the pool halls or just wait infront of a 7-11 and talk to whoever buys Swishers or Optimos.

Walnut Creek Marijuana Prices: Dimes – $10 (.5g – .7g) Dubs – $20 (1g – 1.7g) Henrys – $40 – $50 (3.5g)

Brands: Anything you want. Mostly reds that’ll go the distance or heady as fuck purps that kinda warrant taking a few vics or percs.

More information: There’s a reason they call it the “Dub C”

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don’t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

source: CANORML.org and NORML.com [California and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws] and MPP.org [Marijuana Policy Project]

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

 

South lake tahoe, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.5

Legislation: Possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana is not an arrestable offense. As long as the offender can provide sufficient identification and promises to appear in court, the officer will not arrest the offender. Upon conviction of the misdemeanor charge the offender is subject to a fine of $100. Possession of greater than 28.5 grams is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500.

Law enforcement: in south lake Tahoe you have to worry more about being drunk than walking around with some herb in your pocket. the police will stop you and ask if you have been drinking at all. if you haven’t, then they will let you go no matter how strong the smell of dank is pouring out of your car. if you do get caught with it, most of the time the cop will let you off with a ticket, but sometimes they will take you in if you have a copious amount on you. all in all it is wildly used and accepted in tahoe.

Where to buy marijuana: go to any of the local hang outs, mostly any of the ski resorts or the clubs in tahoe. get in good with some of the sno bros and you have a good chance that they will either have it on them or close by. however, the locals aren’t too accepting of your common rich yuppie from a big town with lots of cash, acting like you’re the man, so just act like a normal human being, and don’t try to make it seem like you’re better than them or you’ll have a hard time scoring.

Marijuana prices: 1/2 8th = $25

1 8th = $50

1/2 oz = $150

1 oz = $300

QP = $900 – 1000

LB = $2500 – 3500

Marijuana brands: many people in Tahoe grow themselves so you can find just about ever kind that you can think of, plus being located just a short drive from Humbolt, california, there is always a large quantity of what you want.

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 5

Legislation: Colorado has passed Amendment 64 which allows people 21 and over to possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana. Currently state and counties are working out legislation behind the opening of public pot shops. Colorado also continues to be a medical marijuana state and dispensaries are in every town.

Where to buy marijuana: Marijuana in Steamboat Springs is plenty full, what u should no is that there is probably more marijuana in the boat then there is in most large us cities, so if the first person you ask cant or more likely than cant, isn’t willing to help you out just ask the next person you think that is likely to toke up. Who to ask? In my opinion i would ask pretty much anyone that looks and acts like a local around the STEAMBOAT SKI AREA, also as in any town finding and asking the stereotypical stoner is always a good way to go(funny how stereotype are usually right) in my opinion younger people are more likely to help you out but any Colorado Mountain College kids will more than likely try to make you pay 60 and or rip you off, especially if they think you are from out of town. Where to go? I would say that the terrain park on the mountain is probably going to be your best bet for a quick find because pretty much anyone who skis and is any good also tokes up on a regular basis, if you ask around and don’t find anyone with some dank on them in the park more than likely if you just offer to smoke them up pretty much anyone that can will be willing to help you out.(as long as your not a sketchball or look like a DEA agent) I would also check around the local subway/coldstone where there is likely to be some dealers hanging out on the tables outside or inside the store.

Marijuana prices: $25-35 1/8oz of DANK

$50-80 1/4 oz of DANK

$100-150 1/2 oz of Dank

$200-250 1 oz of Dank

If you are looking for quantity and are from out of town you probably won’t find anyone willing to sell you a qp or more without knowing a local or unless you are obviously not a bitch working with the DEA and can convince them you are straight.

Don’t no about beasters due to the fact that i have lived here for 2years and i have never seen nor heard of any beasters, only headies in steamboat!!

Marijuana brands: Dealers really don’t no what they are talking about when they give buds a name, most of the time it is just some bull shit name that they came up with to try to sell there plant or make it seem better than it is. Anything you find should be the dankity dank and most people carry more than one type of buds, a good dealer in Steamboat will at least have 3 types of different headies, If they try to tell you the names to help you with your decision would just tell them you want to look at it to decide because they more than likely just made up the names.

More information: Steamboat is a cool town, great skiing, great hiking, great back country(BUFF PASS only 12miles from Steamboat gets the most snow of any point in Colorado over 600inches of dry fluffy snow each year, Almost but not quite equal to the dry fluffy quality of snow in Utah and Jackson Whole although the resort and some locals who do not know what they talking about try to talk it up saying there “champaign powder” is the best in the world, and most important to this site a amazing standard of quality of the marijuana here due to people dropping off from California on the way to the east and our close proximity to DENVER where marijuana is completely legal!!!! woohoo!!

 

San Diego, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 3.2 inland, 3.8 at beaches

Legislation: San Diego is a conservative stronghold, so naturally many voting citizens have an anti-drug outlook, keep this in mind when dealing with inland cops. Medical marijuana is not legal, nor is possession of any kind.

Law enforcement: In the beach areas of san diego, ocean, mission, and pacific beach, cops are generally more tolerant, and tend to hand out sitations instead of arrests. However if you’re being extremley obvious and smoking in very busy public areas, you’re asking to get pinched. As you move inland more, La Mesa, El Cajon, San Carlos, cops become colser to san diego’s natural conservative values, and are more willing to arrest and pursue.

a local reporter added: “Southside chula vista police are bad when it comes to weed and will bust you at any given moment. they’re real ***** in southside. Southeast police are generally more leniant about marijuana and are usually looking for weapons instead of herb.

Where to buy marijuana in San Diego: The pier at ocean beach, or any beach area in general. Check for people with dirty hair and tie-die shirts (not joking). If you are more in inland, try and find a local dealer who you can trust.

Do not buy from homeless people, it is bad quality and just a bad idea in general.

Our local reporter added: “all over the place, look for stonery lookin white boys, rastas, mexicans will almost always have buds (not very good, but still buds). If you’re up in clairemont weed finding is going to be SO EASY. EVERYONE IN CLAIREMONT is a stoner. they got super good dank too. look for white surfers or skaters and theyll hook ya up nicely. DONT ASK FOR MARIJUANA! ALWAYS USE SLANG!! example: “ay man do u kno where tha “trees,ganj, doja, cronz, dank, herbals, etc” are at?” ”

and also: “you’d think that this is not a good place to buy cause its a richer area but university city is a good place. look for kids from 12 to 25 an most any thing above that. (yes 12) just walking around”

and also: “Definatley at the pier. I followed the recommended instructions and found exactly what I was looking for. Just keep it cool and respect them and it wont take you 20 minutes to find what you need.”

Marijuana prices:

15 a g for reg cronic.(homegrown dank) 20 a g for medical cronic.(kush, strawberry cough, blue berry, haze, etc) 45-60 an 8th for dank depending on how dank and how well u know your connect.

70-100 for a quad d.o.h.d

250-400 an ounce d.o.h.d

mecc prices are as follows:

$5 nick=1 blunt 2gs

$10 dime=3 blunts 3.5gs

$20 dub= 5-7 blunts 7 gs

$20-30 half 0=10-14 blunts 14 gs

$50-70 ounce= a shitload of blunts 28 grams

these are real street prices in san diego!!!

Strains: theres mecc and theres chronic n then theres kush mecc=shitty border mexican weed chronic=decently clean buds better than mecc but not the best KUSH=SUPERIOR CRYSTALLY HIGHTIMES SHIT!!!

strains are too many to name but to name a few….ak47, blue berry, sour diesal, white whidow, white rhino, silver haze, blueberry haze, purple kush, orange kush, kush, alaskan thunder fuck, the list keeps goin………

Country: USA

State: California

More information: People get very protective over their weed, so be careful. Also, watch out for La Mesa street gangs.

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don’t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

source: CANORML.org and NORML.com [California and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws] and MPP.org [Marijuana Policy Project]

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

San Francisco, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 5

Legislation: Pot is approved for medical use, which makes the legal status vague. Still, it is safe to keep your weed safely hidden.

Supposed to have a medical law, but I have been a member in 3 clubs that have been shut down, CHAMP, and a few others in Oakland.

No real risk for the small buyer

Law Enforcement: When caught with Marijuana, you will always be busted for one night. If you were carrying small amounts of pot for personal use (under 28.5 gr.), you will be released by morning, and later fined $100.

a recent erport added: “Be aware around Haight street! Non-prescription Cannabis is still illegal in San Francisco and though enforcement is not as draconian as in some metro areas, BICYCLE POLICE are experts at appearing out of nowwhere and swooping down on any suspicious activity. They will confiscate your stash and give you a ticket. Not fun!

Don’t be paranoid – I have never seen or heard of reverse drug busts (Where police pretend to be dealers, and sell to YOU) on Haight. Busts do occur, but in all my trips there I have never, ever seen a single person being arrested for cannabis. You can smoke in peace there, just keep it on the down low.”

There are generally no police around, despite the fact that they know perfectly well what is going on. The whole city is more lax than many other places, but I’d go down to Haight Street if you really want to be safe.

another reporter added :”Me and my friend went to Haight-Ashbury an we saw 2 cop cars drive by all day and a few cops taking a call at a bar. It seems like they don’t really mind seeing the fact we smoked blunts with random homeless people walking own the street.”

Where to Buy Marijuana in San Francisco:

Golden Gate Park, Haight Ashbury. Damn near every person you walk past will say “BUDS”. Most are Heroin junkies and will rip you off if you are not careful. Make sure you open the bag, and don’t go for the sneaky money-weed transfer, that is how they rip you off. Just go to GG park and check it all out.

another reporter added: “Golden Gate Park is the place to buy weed. However, many outsiders do not know exactly where to go. When one gets to the end of Haight Street that has Amoeba Music Store on one side, go across the street to the park and follow the path under the bridge. Keep following the path. It will turn right after about a hundred feet, and from there you will be able to see a what is known as “Hippie Hill”. On the hill, you will see clouds of smoke continually rising. This is where you should go to buy. If you have not been offered already, go to the hill and ask pretty much anyone, but preferably someone smoking. If you feel uncomfortable asking, just make eye contact with as many people who look like they could be selling as possible. There is also a drum circle that starts some time in the afternoon, which can be fun to join once you’re baked.”

and also: “you can find weed downtown. pretty much anywhere on market there will be people slingin and you can just walking around asking people and find it but if you dont want to do that then across from the mall on market and fifth by the escalators is a popular place for dealers to congregate. they mostly sell weed prepackaged in dime bags but sometimes they will try to rip you off. never pay more than ten for a little baggie and if you dont like the size of the sack then feel free to ask any of the other dealers around and they will offer to sell you a better sack. you wont get a fat sack but the weed is pretty damn good and theres a lot of purp.”

a recent report is: “I was in the city 6/2007. I strolled down Haight St. to Golden Gate Park and made a very easy connection. I walked through the tunnel and as I passed through to the other side a voice from the bushes to the left I heard “buds? you need buds?” I said “where are you?” a young man came from the bushes and said he had “buds, what do you want?” I said “an eighth” he said “$60″ they were smallish buds but very good quality. I was in and out of there in a few minutes time, easy for a traveler from out of town. ”

and: “Go to the Haight-Ashbury area and look around for dirty, homeless, an raggedy people. Usually they have dreads or nappy hair from not washing it. The people there are really cool, though some of them are hardcore drug addicts they are generally cool people. They might not have weed but they will take you on a journey to go find weed. Theres a park down the road where homeless people are sleeping and smoking joints, and other people johhing or walking their dogs. The people in Haight-Ashbury tend to sell more quantity’s of weed then small bags. It’s very hard to find some one who well take the amount of a ten sack(which is most likely roughly .6 grams) out of their giant ziploc bags of the sweet sweet cheeba. It is also extremely rare to find someone who already has a bagged up sack for ten, which is good because you should always look at the bud before you buy it and the quanity of it because these hippies try to rip you off. It’s also the coole

st place to walk around when your really high, there’s graffiti of the legend Bob Marley, and an awesome picture of Lennon, Hendrix, and Jim Morrison on the side of a building. There are awesome head shops, a very cool record store called Amobea Records, the Haight-Ashbury street sign, along with the clock that doesnt say 420 anymore but thats what time the clock stopped in Haight and 420 has been connected with marijuana ever since. Crazy street preformers, coffee shops, punks, hippies, its one of the most fun places i have ever been. Me and my two best friends have come up with a goal to vist almost every big city and smoke their weed and just check it out. I will be trying to write a summary on each place I go. Hope you have fun.”

Latest infoOne place hasn’t been mentioned yet is North Beach. There you’ll find many old beatniks and hippies playing guitars, drinking in bars and smoking up on the street. If you ask around (some smalltalk and “I’m looking for some weed” works fine enough) you’ll get name brand and custom crossbred weed at about $60 per 1/8 prices.

San Francisco Marijuana Prices:

Less than 1/8 oz: It is hard to find small bags here. Dealers will usually moan about busting up a bag for $20 or less, and you will usually get very little for your money.

1/8 oz: Asking prices start at $60. These size bags are almost always underweighed and need to be checked closely before purchase.

1/4 oz: Prices start at $110 – $120. Bring a small digital scale. At this size dealers are almost always willing to come down a bit. Less dense buds and poorer quality strains can be haggled to $90 or so. Good quality is easy to find, but you usually pay a slight premium.

1 oz: This quantity is harder to find from the street dealers. If you ask, they can probably get it for you without much difficulty. Just be prepared to wait around for a while. I don’t recommand driving any dealer anywhere or going too far away from the area for the promise of getting the size bag you want. Play it safe, and let them give you a phone number or something so you can contact each other when they’ve got it in hand. Prices at this weight are negotiable, usually around $400 to start and down from there.

One of the nice things about Haight Street is that you can get larger quantities of cannabis rather easily. Just ask, and you can get a deal for whatever you want.

Another reporter added: “This is the highest dope on the street I have ever seen. You can get $20/gram IF YOU ARE LUCKY. The weed is as strong as it gets, you are likely to pass out if you smoke like you do at home, unless you are Capt. Chronic or something.”

and also: “Weed is generally pretty expensive, but GOOD here. Most dealers will offer about 60 and 8th, but I have been able to talk them down to 40. Check out the weed beforehand, make sure it’s good, (it usually is) and don’t be afraid to bargain. ”

and also: ” I lived in California for 23 years and made several trips to Norcal. Never did I encounter prices as high as you’re talking here in SF, Oakland, San Jose or surrounding areas. Maybe some suburbs with money (eg Los Gatos) on the weight, but never paid more than $50 for an eight (often slightly less) or $100 for a quarter (almost always 80 or 90 bucks).

A lotta cats “got them purps” and if they are shorting the sack (probably if you meet them on the street) that also means they will take less if you bargain. They are like ticket scalpers.”

and: “Weed is not cheap in Northern Caliornia. On the east coast you can get 2.2 grams of midis(medium grade weed) for 10 dollars. In the San Jose, SanFran, Oakland, Sacramento area a ten sack(if you can find one in San Francisco) will probably be .6 or less if these people try to scheme you. I’m sorry I don’t remember what the amount is but mostly the lowest the hippies try to sell with you is 60 dollars. I think for an eighth is how much it cost. But don’t be afraid to bargin with these people, they useually just want money for crack or for food. And the marijuana here is pure marijuana and not laced with anything else so do not worry about that if you are.”

Strains:

There’s a lot more Sativa hybrids on Haight than ever before. This is probably from the explosion of high quality seed suppliers from overseas and Canada. Take your time there, and always ask for your favorite buds by name. Chances are that they will be available. Common varieties are the white strains, most indicas, and some that are harder to determine. Quality is usually very high. Do not purchase poor quality buds on Haight Street – there are always better buds just a few steps away.

Hash is STILL not available on Haight, and it probably never will be. I have never encountered kief either (sifted resin from leaves, pressed into wafers) on Haight, but it would be nice.

AK-47, P-91, P-10, Bullrider, Bubbleberry, you name it, they got it.

More information: Just don’t get jacked by a junkie, and you might try the Mission district if you strike out. Avoid the tenderloin except as a LAST resort. Cops WILL bust you down there.

City tale:

San Francisco and N. California is where one can find some of the best marijuana on earth. We have enjoyed a marijuana “counter culture” here since at least the 1950’s and some even say as early the 1850’s. Mexican emigrants to the Los Angeles area after WW2 probably did most to popularize pot smoking with us Californians.

In the 1960’s the hippy movement firmly established itself here in Calfornia with San Francisco as it’s unofficial Mecca. It was these hippies who are said by some to be the first to and develop the cultivation techniqe knowen as sinsemilla. Sensi is the unfertilized (no seeds) buds of the female Cannabis plant. Some growers and smokers claim this to be the highest-potency, seedless marijuana plants ever produced. The idea is that the female is more prone towards producing extra scent and goo i.e. T.H.C. to attract a polinator rather than spending energy producing seeds. Most growers in California indoor and out abide by this philsophy.

In the nineteen seventy’s California became a world leader in the production of Marijuana. Imported pot is uncommon here especially in the northern half of the state. For years it has been reported that marijuana is California’s biggest cash crop with sales exceeding 3 billion dollars a year.

In the early 1980’s, California decided to stop marijuana cultivation at its source. The Campaign Against Marijuana Planting, or CAMP, is a coalition of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies whose goal is simple: eradication of the northern California marijuana cultivators. In the coastal valleys of Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino Counties (the Emerald Triangle) spotter planes, helicopters, and bands of gun-toting eradicators descend each year in late summer. Satellite spy technology and U-2-type spy planes were used. When first initiated, the CAMP offensive appeared so formidable that Attorney General John Van de Kamp predicted in 1983 its first year that it would “run the growers out of the state” of California. Sorry John. Growers quickly devised ways around these practices and indoor marijuana first started to appear. Since then alot of large growers have moved their operations inside away form these prying eyes.

Others have turned to some ingenious methods: growers hang their plants in grow bags in trees. They intertwine them with pine saplings, wine grapes, and other ‘cover’ plants. Others tie their ‘girls’ down (they love it) so that they grow horizontally or as a ground cover. They spread their plants out over several miles, and make sure that their plants grow only two to three feet tall instead of the twelve to fifteen that is possible, because the small plants cannot be seen from the air. The plants are bred so that they are heavily laden with buds, which gives them high potency in exchange for very little growing space.

In 1996 Californians had enough. Prop. 215 which in nutshell legalized marijuana for medical use was overwhelmingly approved by state voters in November that year. This has created an era of confusion for the California and Federal courts, law enforcement, and citizens alike. The Federal government continues to prosecute growers, suppliers and smokers irregardless of whether they have a doctors recommendation or not.

Some local police and sheriffs departments uphold the voter approved prop. 215 and some do not. Trying to figure which county is on the side of the feds and which county is on the side of the state voters is another grey area and is often left to the discretion of the officer at the scene. This as you can imagine is a true a legal nightmare. But it is a far cry from the days when getting caught with a joint was a sure bust. Keeping your dope out of sight from the authorities is still the program unless you have a prescription for marijuana, a good lawyer and the desire to make a stand on the issue in a court of law.

In San Francisco high quality pot runs about $50-60 for 1/8 oz. (3.5g) or $350 per ounce. This is usually indoor and very potent stuff. Imported mainly Mexican of good to moderate quality is less common but can be found for about $10/g. Hash is much more uncommon but on occasion can still be found. But do keep your eye open for some of our local Keif a real treat consisting of loose crystals collected from high quality local pot with a tumbler or shaker type device and a silk screen.

If you do get caught with marijuana by police remember that possesion of less than 1 oz. is considered ‘personal use’ in the State of California. Keep it all in one bag so you can’t get slammed for dealing. If you are caught with -1oz. you will not be arrested. You may get a ticket (small fine) or maybe if you are cooperative and lucky just a lecture. In most cases you will lose the pot though. By no means should you let the threat of the authorities stop you from sampling California cannabis some of the best if not the best marijuana on the planet while visiting.

Scoring:

90% of San Franciscans will speak openly about pot and will not be offended in the slightest if a tourist makes an inquiry. If a San Franciscan does not smoke pot themselves they should be able to find some for you or in the least steer you in the right direction towards someone who can. Asking locals after even breif conversation is far and away the best avenue of persuit in San Francisco.

Buying off the street is not recommended but in an emergency one could with extreme caution try Dolores Park at the pedestrian bridge crossing over the rail lines. Friendly stoners often hang out in Golden Gate Park at ‘Hippy Hill’. Avoid anyone selling on Haight Street.

Other areas for great pot in N. California could include but are not limited to Mendocino County and village, most of Humbolt County, and west Marin County especially Bolinas off Hwy 1. The cities of Santa Cruz, Berkeley and Gurneville on the Russian River in Sonoma County.

General California Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, e

tc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don

‘t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

source: CANORML.org and NORML.com [California and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws] and MPP.org [Marijuana Policy Project]

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nausea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphernalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

San Jose, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4

Legislation: Pot is approved for medical use, which makes the legal status vague. Still, it is safe to keep your weed safely hidden.

Though civic leglislation follows the state’s 215 decision, there are no dispensaries in san jose. I think that at this point it is still illegal for dispensaries to be in the santa clara county.

Law Enforcement: Police usually will hassle you if you are caught, and if you are under 18, they will probably dump your bag, and threaten to take you away to scare you. But no one gets caught if you smoke.When caught with Marijuana, you will always be busted for one night. If you were carrying small amounts of pot for personal use (under 28.5 gr.), you will be released by morning, and later fined $100.

a recent report added: “100 dollar fine, thats all. However if you are caught near a school ground and/or with more than and ounce you may have to face more than 30 but less than 120 days in jail.”

Where to Buy Marijuana in San Jose: When buying in San Jose, It is better not to refer to Marijuana as Weed, but as Chronic or Pot. In the small communities (usually the wealthier ones such as Almaden Valley or Morgan Hill), the local teenagers are extremely helpful and will point you in the right direction. The dealers usually are down by creeks, trails and parks and have a variety of options. Although the dealers usually don’t hurt you, it is better to go with a friend who knows his Weed to tell you if you’re getting the right deal. Purple is the most popular.

another report we have is: “Saint James park – is home too homeless people sleeping on benches, street urchans lounging on the green grass smoking weed, and where people urinate in public; it is in the heart of downtown. This is a hotspot too buy Marijuana and Crack Cocaine. However becareful whom you talk too, because undercover police patrol the area on bikes.

PocoWay Apts – Wherever there is gang activity always drugs are present. In and around the apartments on a friday evening is where you will find weed. Please remember not to wear neither blue or red garb; since it corners the citys most notorious crime ridden intersection: King and Story.

Willow and Almaden – illegal aliens hangout in this street corner for whatever reason. If your looking too buy weed, you’ll find it..

Downtown – Just as you exit the lightrail, suddently jump off fountain alley also the backstreets near Santa Clara and first street. Alot of Blacks and Homeless pretend too wait for the bus, but peddle crack and weed in the area. Be careful, and always be accompanied with an friend.”

San Jose Marijuana Prices:

Standard price anywhere 50 for 3.5 and 90 for 7 grams. cold water Hash runs anywhere from 15 for a .5 gram to 60 for 3.5 grams. Any of the others are priced to serve demand.

five shot – 5$

dime – 10$

dub – 20$

eighth – 60$

Ounce – 300$

Brands: Name something! Actually some of the notable ones include Purple, trainwreck, white widow, snow cap, blueberry, ak47, god’s gift, fruity pebbles, grapefruit, lavender purple, silver haze, sensi star, romulan, diesel, afgani kush and countless others.

Trainwreck, Chronic, Purple Kush, Stress, Shwag, Ak47

More information: Marijuana laws are exremly harsh. Openair dealing was common in the early 90s. But because of harsh laws, it is not so. San Jose is strict when it comes too drugs. The california three strikes law prosecutes three times arrest equals life in prision. Be careful who you smoke with better yet whom you associate with.

General Calfornia Information:

Legislation: In California since 1996’s Prop 215 anyone “recommended” (not prescribed—doctors nationwide can’t prescribe cannabis but they can under freedom of speech laws recommend it informally for your condition/illness) marijuana has been able to use it in their home legally now in quantities “Under the [statewide] guidelines, qualified patients and/or their primary caregivers may possess no more than eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, S.B. 420 allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when such quantities are recommended by a physician. The legislation also allows counties and municipalities to approve and/or maintain local ordinances permitting patients to possess larger quantities of medicinal pot than allowed under the new state guidelines. [For detailed information on county or municipal medical marijuana guidelines [whether your area allows greater than 8 ounces to be possessed, etc.], please visit: http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm Oakland, for example, allows more than most counties]”

Thus if you are recommended cannabis you can visit the cannabis dispensaries (pharmacies supplying only medical marijuana to patients displaying proof of recommendation and residence in California) but some counties have banned the dispensaries in their area. Nonetheless there are many dispensaries in LA (over 100) and some in Northern California especially towards the coast. Or you can grow the applicable amount you want legally. If a police officer discovers you are in possession of cannabis showing them an ID card from your county will make them leave you alone faster (optional, costs over $100 a year). Under state law your marijuana use will be 100% legal in your home. Federal laws against medical marijuana don’t change the way California (or any other) state police officers and courts treat medical marijuana—only state laws do. California state law protects all doctor-recommended medical marijuana users as long as they don’t go over the quantity limits and don

‘t sell their cannabis to anyone. Thus medical marijuana is quite legal in California and many have gotten legal protection for their medical use for a wide variety of conditions not yet allowed in the other 11 medical marijuana states: e.g., Migraine, Arthritis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), PMS, Severe Anxiety and many other conditions where marijuana is useful and effective.

source: CANORML.org and NORML.com [California and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws] and MPP.org [Marijuana Policy Project]

Law enforcement: Medical marijuana users with doctor recommendations are fully legally protected in California for amounts up to at least 8 ounces and/or 6 mature (or 12 immature) plants in their home (certain counties listed here http://www.safeaccessnow.net/countyguidelines.htm allow more and certain conditions allow larger quantities sometimes). State police officers must not arrest you if you can show an identification card ($100 or so per year) or show your doctor-written proof of recommendation paper. As long as you keep within the legal quantity. 99% of marijuana arrests in the USA are done by state police officers according to MPP.org so as long as your medical marijuana use is legal in California you will not to have any problems as long as you follow state rules.

Where to buy marijuana: Medical users can buy at a dispensary (over 150 in the state, mostly in LA and the SF Bay area on the coast) with full legal protection to the quantities they are allowed. Also if an authorized medical user buys off the street they cannot be arrested for doing so as long as they can display a medical marijuana identification card ($100 or so a year) or show their written doctor’s proof of recommendation. Or they could grow their own to the amounts allowed.

More information: California is a pioneering medical marijuana state; the first “effective” American medical marijuana state since 1996 and the one that allows use for the most conditions (marijuana has shown anecdotal and scientifically proven results for many conditions, more than the 4 or 5 conditions (cancer/nasuea/chemotherapy side effects, HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, glaucoma, or MS or anorexia that the other 11 states have legalized use when recommended (though Maryland has the least protection according to MPP.org)) Plus California has decriminalized other marijuana use to a $100 fine for under an ounce possession and fines for paraphrenalia; no jail time and some cities have set marijuana use in general as the lowest law enforcement priority thus ignoring small time possession much more often.

San Mateo, CA, California

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.9

 

Legislation: Possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana is not an arrestable offense. As long as the offender can provide sufficient identification and promises to appear in court, the officer will not arrest the offender. Upon conviction of the misdemeanor charge the offender is subject to a fine of $100. Possession of greater than 28.5 grams is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500.

Possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana on school grounds when the school is open is punishable by up to 10 days in jail and a $500 fine. Possession of greater than 28.5 grams or more of marijuana in a school zone is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500.

Law enforcement: The cops don’t really care

I’ve smoked walking down the street(im underaged) and walked right past cops

Where to buy marijuana: beresford skate park – anyone there will be very helpful. if you seem like a cop though the area will get cleared quickly

Marijuana prices: It really depends on how well you know the dealer.

More information: if you’re going to smoke don’t do it at a skate park