San Antonio, Texas
Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.6
Legislation: Possession of two ounces or less of marijuana is punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a fine up to $2,000. Possession of greater than two ounces is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine up to $4,000.
Law Enforcement: Be smart about smoking in public, sorry to say, multiple minorities in a car with weed is not a good idea, especially teenagers.
Where to buy Marijuana in San Antonio, Texas: San Antonio is a city spread over a large area so local malls, skateparks are your best bet, the best weed to be found is around commerce and 24th in the west (not for out of towners!!!). Medium quality herbs can be found just about anywhere there are groups of people just hanging out. Don’t be afraid to ask (use your best judgement).
San antonio, Texas Marijuana Prices:
Strains: Mexican brick weed is everywhere, AK-47, northern lights, blueberry are harder to come by, but can be found if you look hard enough.
WeBeHigh City Tale:
San Antonio is a tourist town and sees many people from all over the globe come to its mecca and enjoy many entertaining events and attractions. The local people are courteous and very hospitable.
San Antonio’s geographical location puts it in a prime location for samplings of some of the finest cannabis to cross the border from Mexico and all parts of South America.
During the 1960s and 1970s the Cannabis was abundant and it’s prices usually hovered around $10 for an ounce of good grade commercial cannabis. Higher Grades of Cannabis featured the Gold’s and Red’s and Sinsemilla’s that one could expect to pay about $25 for an ounce.
The 1980s saw a price jump and a shortage that sent Cannabis to virtually the same prices that we see today. The good grade commercial started to disappear and was being replaced by a more expensive Cannabis. An ounce of commercial grade cannabis soared to over $25 for a quarter ounce and more types of skunk and sinsemilla were costing $150 an ounce.
As the 1990s came to a close the price of a good commercial cannabis began to fall somewhat. The going price for an ounce fell to the 60$ to 80$ range and the sensimillas prices fell to about $100 an ounce.
Toady the prices are still about the same, but sometimes on the right day with the right person selling it to you, you can find some lower grade cannabis for about $50 an ounce but usually no more then $60 an ounce.
‘Hydro’ type cannabis began it’s debut here in south Texas in the late 1990s and is still somewhat common, however, the price for this desirable cannabis is a whopping $125 or more for one-eighth of an ounce.
The local law enforcement in San Antonio is as vigilant as they can be to stop the trafficking that passes through San Antonio on its way to all points north. The police are usually not interested in individual users unless the people make stupid mistakes or hurt someone, they don’t turn a totally blind eye to personal use but they do tend to be somewhat lax in their confrontations with tourist and visitors.
Finding and procuring cannabis in San Antonio, by those visiting, is fairly easy. Most of the cannabis distributors are friendly and kind people who treat visitors with a decent amount of respect. San Antonio is a party town and its cannabis distributors love to show off their stock with plenty of self confidence.
Beside a major tourism industry, San Antonio also hosts many colleges and universities. The night life is a special scene that brings many different professions and cultures together for a great time every night of the week.