Yes, there are age restrictions. You must typically be of legal age (which varies by jurisdiction) to purchase cannabis products from a store. Minors are not allowed to enter cannabis stores or purchase these products.
The legal age to enter a cannabis store typically matches the legal drinking age in your region, often set at 21 years old. However, age requirements can vary based on local laws, so it's essential to check your specific area's regulations.
Cannabis stores offer a wide range of products, including dried flower, pre-rolled joints, vaporizers, concentrates like shatter and wax, cannabis-infused edibles (where legally allowed), tinctures, oils, topicals, and various smoking accessories.
Most cannabis stores do not allow consumption on-site due to legal restrictions and potential issues related to public consumption. Customers usually purchase products for later consumption in private settings where cannabis use is permitted.
When visiting a cannabis store, it's advisable to bring a valid government-issued ID to confirm your age and identity. Some stores may also require you to bring cash, as not all of them accept credit or debit cards.