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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What forms of payment are accepted at Peak Harvest Dispensary?
    Peak Harvest is a cash and pin debit dispensary.
  • Is there anything I need to bring with me to purchase marijuana in New Mexico?
    Yes! You must bring a valid government issued ID to enter any Peak Harvest Dispensary and purchase.
  • Where can I consume marijuana in New Mexico?
    In New Mexico, it's illegal to consume cannabis in public unless it is in a designated consumption area.
  • How much can I purchase per visit?
    Adult-use consumers are able to purchase two ounces of cannabis, or its equivalent in other forms.
  • This is my first time consuming edibles. How much should I consume?
    Everyone has different limits to how much they can handle, make sure to start with a small amount, or about 10 milligrams of THC in edible form. Remember, you can always take more, you can never take less! Our knowledgeable budtenders will be able to assist you in further understanding marijuana consumption.
  • How do I know what kind of cannabis to try first?
    Our industry has learned to blend plants with technology, bringing you endless varieties of cannabis in both her natural state and in manufactured delivery formats like concentrates and oils. All of these options are incredible, but they can also be overwhelming and there are many factors to consider in terms of selection. Cannabis isn't one-size-fits-all. Different strains, dosages and product formats may have varying effects on each individual. At Peak Harvest, we personalize recommendations and help to guide you on your journey with this ancient plant. We always recommend that people start with a low dosage, based on your history with cannabis and your current goals. Our dispensary associates work with you to help you tweak your selections until you find what works best for you.
  • Cannabis always made me paranoid. Was I doing something wrong?
    Ask yourself whether you knew what you were inhaling or ingesting in your previous encounters with cannabis. Perhaps in the past someone passed you a joint and you smoked it with little to no information. What was the stain type? The cannabinoid ratio? The dominant terpenes and common effects? You have no idea, do you? Neither did the person who passed you it. While this doesn't mean you did something "wrong" your lack of info had the odds stacked against you. In the age of information, cannabis holds no expectation! We have so much info at our fingertips, so why not use it to our advantage? Visit a Peak Harvest Dispensary and you'll see how eager our associates are to guide you through the complexities and build you’re personality knowledge of cannabis. As we've said, we are all different, so our experiences with cannabis will follow suit. While all the information in the world won't ensure a paranoia-free experience, it will certainly increase your odds of having a pleasurable one. A little educated guidance will help. Our mission to provide clarity around cannabis and confidence around consumption of it.
  • Can anyone shop in a dispensary? I have never visited one before.
    First off, if you're not 21+ in New Mexico, you can't walk through the door. And you shouldn't be even reading this... come back on your birthday! If you get past the age barrier, here's the drill: If it's an adult-use dispensary, you'll need a valid 21+ ID. If you are a medical patient with a valid medical card, you will need to present that medical card when you arrive.
  • Is medical cannabis covered by Workman's Compensation?
    Yes! The cost of up to 230 grams will be covered by New Mexico Workman's Compensation each calendar quarter (January through March, April through June, July through September, and October through December) at a price of up to $12.02 per gram.
  • What's the difference between indica, sativa, and hybrid strains?
    The two primary genetic strains of the cannabis plant are indica and sativa, while hybrids are a genetic cross between the two. Sativas typically create invigorating and uplifted cerebral (brain-related) effects, whereas indicas typically provide more physical relaxation and pain relief. It's important to remember, though, that a strain's effects may not be what a patient might anticipate based on whether it's classified as an indica, sativa, or hybrid.
  • Who is allowed to purchase medical marijuana?
    Patients and designated primary caregivers who hold valid medical registry ID card.
  • Are you a licensed medical marijuana dispensary?
    Yes, we are authorized to dispense medical marijuana by the State of New Mexico.
  • How do I purchase medical marijuana if I have an out-of-state medical ID card?
    If you are a non-resident, you may purchase medical marijuana in New Mexico as long as you provide a valid, non-expired medical ID card, functional equivalent, or letter of approval, issued by a state or jurisdiction other than New Mexico. Provide a valid out-of-state government-issued ID card. Complete a non-resident medical marijuana declaration.
  • How do I apply for my medical cannabis card?
    A physician must suggest medical marijuana as a possible treatment for one of the illnesses recognized by the state. The DOH Medical Cannabis Program must then receive the completed registration papers (available here). To register, you must have a New Mexico state ID. Current medical records could also be necessary for some qualifying situations.
  • What conditions qualify me for a medical cannabis card in New Mexico?
    A list of qualifying conditions is available on the second page of the DOH registration paperwork.
  • Is there a state fee required to get my medical cannabis card?
    No! Any fee charged by medical cannabis recommendation doctors or clinics is a fee for your medical evaluation. If a medical professional states that you have to pay a separate state fee for your card, it’s advisable to see a different health care professional for your recommendation.
  • Is medical cannabis covered by Workman's Compensation?
    Yes! The cost of up to 230 grams will be covered by New Mexico Workman's Compensation each calendar quarter (January through March, April through June, July through September, and October through December) at a price of up to $12.02 per gram.
  • What's the difference between indica, sativa, and hybrid strains?
    The two primary genetic strains of the cannabis plant are indica and sativa, while hybrids are a genetic cross between the two. Sativas typically create invigorating and uplifted cerebral (brain-related) effects, whereas indicas typically provide more physical relaxation and pain relief. It's important to remember, though, that a strain's effects may not be what a patient might anticipate based on whether it's classified as an indica, sativa, or hybrid.
  • How does curbside work?
    Once your order has been fulfilled, you will receive a text with a link, informing you that your order is ready for pick up. Upon arrival, please stay in your vehicle and click the link in the text to fill out your vehicle information so our staff can locate you.
  • What are your curbside pickup hours?
    Curbside is available everyday from 8am-9pm.
  • Can others be in the car with me during a customer pickup?
    Yes, you may have others in the vehicle so long as they are 21 years of age and older. If you have a minor under the age of 21 in your vehicle, we will be unable to complete your order and you will be asked to leave the premises.
  • How does in-store pick up work?
    Once your order has been fulfilled, you will receive a text informing you that your order is ready for pick up. When arriving, please inform our front desk staff at check-in that you are picking up your order so that you can skip the line!
  • What are your hours?
    Please click the "Location" tab. You may see the addresses and operating hours of each of our dispensaries from there.
  • Can I have my order delivered to my hotel?
    Due to state regulations, it is illegal to deliver to any hotel or casino. Recreational marijuana delivery, however, is available throughout surrounding areas within the Peak Harvest location you are ordering from to any residential address.
  • Can my friend/parent/co-worker accept my delivery order?
    No. We can only deliver to the person who placed the order.
  • Can anyone order for delivery?
    Anyone 21 years of age and older with a valid government issued ID can order for delivery.
  • Do I need to have the exact amount available for a delivery order?
    Yes, due to state regulation, our delivery drivers are not allowed to carry change. Be sure to have exact cash amount or our drivers will not be able to complete the order. You may choose to provide your driver with a tip, but it is not required.
  • I need assistance with my delivery order. Who do I contact?
    Please click the "Location" tab. Select the store location which you can call to speak with a representative who can help with your delivery order.
  • What is your return policy?
    Due to New Mexico regulations, all sales are final. Peak Harvest allows exchanges for malfunctioning items, such as batteries and faulty cartridges.

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