Welcome to Oso Cannabis
ESTABLISHED IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT
As legalization expands nationally, we’re excited to continue building on our position as an industry leader, breaking traditional marijuana stereotypes and proving to our communities along with the world, that responsible business practices and cannabis are not mutually exclusive.
Loyalty pays off!
The OSO Loyalty Den
Our loyalty program is now integrated with Carrot! Get 100 points now ($5 value), just for signing up with your phone number. The more you spend with us the more you save for future purchases! Simple as that!
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We are investing in our communities and we will continue to grow responsibly to meet your needs and provide the compassionate care and treatment that only your friends and neighbors can provide. Your standards are high, and so are ours.
How It Works
There are currently 28 qualifying conditions for the New Mexico Medical Cannabis Program. The NMDOH administers the Medical Cannabis Program, in accordance with the Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act while at the same time ensuring proper enforcement of any criminal laws for behavior that has been deemed illicit by the state. A Primary Caregiver (PC) may be designated by the Qualified Patient (QP) to take responsibility for managing the well-being of the QP in the use of medical cannabis.
Currently you must be a New Mexico resident and obtain a New Mexico State issued ID to qualify for the program. Patient and Caregiver ID cards expire every three years. We suggest you send in your application to renew 30-90 days before the expiration date printed on your card. Being a patient in the program allows you to buy up to 230 units (about 8 ounces) of cannabis over three months. Having your patient ID card does not allow you to grow your own medical cannabis. If you want to grow your own medical cannabis, complete the application for a Personal Production License (PPL) and send it to the NMDOH.