Where is the NativeCare dispensary located?
NativeCare is located at 24400 Highway 1 E, Red Lake, MN, 56671.
What hours are you open?
11am-6pm Monday through Friday
How can I contact the NativeCare team?
NativeCare is dedicated to providing high-quality medical cannabis products as well as other natural solutions for patients with rare and difficult-to-treat conditions. If you would like to contact us for any information, questions or queries, you can reach us at our email address, Info@nativecare.com. Our customer support team is dedicated to providing you with the best customer service and will be happy to assist you with any of your needs. Whether you have questions about our products, need assistance with an order, or want to learn more about our company, you can reach out to us and we will respond to you as soon as possible.
Does NativeCare accept credit or debit cards?
No, NativeCare only accepts cash payments at the moment. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working on adding other payment methods in the future. Contact Info@nativecare.com for any questions or concerns.
Can I consume cannabis at or near the NativeCare dispensary?
No, consuming cannabis is prohibited on NativeCare dispensary grounds for the safety and well-being of all visitors, employees, and patients, and it should be consumed in an appropriate and legal place away from the facility.
Can I preorder my NativeCare cannabis online to shorten my wait at the dispensary?
Yes, you can preorder cannabis online to shorten your wait time at the dispensary. NativeCare is committed to providing a convenient and efficient experience for all our customers. By preordering online, you can select the products you want in advance, and have them ready for you when you arrive at the dispensary. It is a convenient way to avoid long wait times and to ensure that the products you need are available. However, please note that all online preorders must be paid in cash at the dispensary when you pick up your order. We do not accept credit or debit cards for online preorders, only cash payment is accepted for pre-orders at the dispensary. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at Info@nativecare.com and we will be happy to assist you.
What forms of cannabis does Nativecare sell?
Currently, NativeCare focuses on offering a selection of dried flower and pre-rolls. We understand that our customers have diverse preferences and needs, and we are committed to expanding our product offerings to meet those needs. In the near future, you can look forward to seeing a variety of new products from NativeCare, including edibles, concentrates, and more. We are always working to bring new and innovative products to our customers, and we are excited to continue expanding our product line in the future. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at Info@nativecare.com and we will be happy to assist you.
How much Cannabis can I buy at a time?
In Minnesota, patients can legally purchase and possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis every 14 days. However, it is important to note that cannabis laws and regulations vary by state, so be aware of the specific laws in your area. Patients should also follow their healthcare provider’s recommendations when using cannabis. If you have questions about the legal limit for possession or use of cannabis in Minnesota, please contact the appropriate authorities. It’s important to note that the legal limit to possess is also the legal limit to have on your person.
If I get pulled over, what documents do I need if I am carrying medical cannabis?
To ensure safety, it is recommended that you print a registry verification card from your state’s Registry account on the website. Additionally, cannabis products should be kept in their original sealed container after purchase.
How old do I have to be to buy cannabis?
At NativeCare, it is mandatory for customers to be 21 years of age or older in order to purchase any cannabis products. This policy is in compliance with state laws and regulations regarding the sale and consumption of cannabis. It is important to note that customers will be required to present a valid government-issued ID at the time of purchase to verify their age. This strict age verification process ensures that cannabis products are only made available to adults who are legally able to purchase and consume them.
Does Red Lake Nation issue medical cannabis license?
No, the Red Lake Nation does not issue medical cannabis licenses to patients. Instead, patients interested in obtaining medical cannabis must be registered with the state of Minnesota. This means that individuals seeking to use medical cannabis for therapeutic purposes must go through the state’s registration process and obtain a medical cannabis card from the Minnesota Department of Health. This card will allow them to purchase medical cannabis from state-approved dispensaries. It’s important to note that laws and regulations regarding medical cannabis can vary by state, so it is important for patients to understand and comply with the specific rules and guidelines in their area.
What are the qualifying conditions for a medical cannabis license in Minnesota?
In Minnesota, people can get a medical cannabis license if they have cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Tourette’s, ALS, seizures, severe muscle spasms, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (including Crohn’s), or a terminal illness with less than a year life expectancy. The Minnesota Department of Health recognizes these conditions for the medical cannabis program. Note that these conditions are set by the state and can change. Red Lake Nation will also follow these conditions.
Do I have to be a resident of Minnesota to get a medical cannabis license?
Yes, in order to get a medical to get a medical cannabis license in Minnesota, you must be a resident with a valid ID or proof of residency like a utility bill. Non-residents cannot participate. Red Lake dispensary patients must also have a valid ID.
Is my personal information secure with NativeCare?
At NativeCare, the security of personal information is a top priority. We understand the sensitive nature of the information provided by our customers and take great care to protect it. All of the data collected from customers is treated as medical information and is subject to strict confidentiality protocols. Access to this information is only granted to our pharmacist and bud tenders on a need-to-know basis. This means that only authorized personnel who require the information to perform their job duties will have access to it. We have implemented robust security measures to ensure that all personal information is protected against unauthorized access, use, disclosure or destruction. Our customers can be confident that their personal information is safe and secure with NativeCare.
How do I get my Medical Cannabis License in Minnesota?
Before being able to participate in the medical cannabis program, individuals must have their medical condition certified by a Minnesota-licensed physician, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse in the Medical Cannabis Registry. This certification process can be done online. Once the health care practitioner certifies the individual’s condition, they will receive an email from the Office of Medical Cannabis that contains a unique online enrollment link for the Medical Cannabis Registry. To complete the enrollment process, individuals must click on the link and follow the instructions provided. It’s important to keep in mind that certifying the condition is only the first step, the individual must also complete the enrollment process to be able to access the medical cannabis program.
Will I be required to pay a fee to register as a medical cannabis patient?
Yes, obtaining and keeping a medical cannabis license in Minnesota comes with a yearly fee of $200. However, those with Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Supplemental Security Disability (SSD), MinnesotaCare, Medicaid, or IHS may be eligible for a reduced fee of $50 if they meet certain income requirements and can show financial hardship. It’s important to note that the fee is subject to change and to check with the Minnesota Department of Health or NativeCare for current information. The fee is non-refundable and not covered by insurance, so it’s important to consider the cost before applying for a license.
Where can I smoke NativeCare cannabis?
In Minnesota, cannabis use is only allowed on private property where the property owner has given permission for cannabis use. It’s important to note that cannabis use in public spaces or on public property is strictly prohibited. This means that individuals are not allowed to consume cannabis in parks, streets, sidewalks or any other public areas. It’s also important to note that even if you are in a private property where the use is allowed, it’s still illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. It’s important to be aware of the laws and regulations regarding cannabis use in Minnesota and to only consume it in the allowed places.
How should I store Cannabis?
NativeCare recommends that customers store their cannabis products in an airtight, dry, and child-resistant container, such as the one it came in. This will help to preserve the quality and potency of the cannabis. Additionally, it is recommended that the container is stored in a place that is dark and out of reach of children and pets. By following these storage guidelines, customers can ensure that their cannabis products will have the longest shelf life possible and that they will be stored in a safe and secure manner. It’s important to keep in mind that cannabis products should be stored in a cool and dry place, and to avoid storing them in places where there’s a lot of humidity or temperature changes, as it can affect the quality of the product.
Where is NativeCare cannabis grown?
All cannabis products sold by NativeCare are proudly cultivated, processed, and packaged on the Red Lake Nation. This means that the entire production process, from seed to sale, takes place within the boundaries of the Red Lake Nation, ensuring that the products are of the highest quality and in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. By keeping the entire process on the Red Lake Nation, NativeCare is able to maintain strict quality control standards, and ensure that the products are free of pesticides, heavy metals or other contaminants. Additionally, it also ensures that the products are produced in an environmentally-friendly and sustainable way, keeping the well-being of the land and the community in mind.
Who Owns NativeCare?
The Red Lake Nation.