We are open now for Recreational-Use sales and only require that are you over the age of 21 and have a valid state ID.
With the adoption of Amendment 3 by 53 percent of voters at the recent general election, Missouri’s regulation system for marijuana is changing. Amendment 3 takes effect Dec. 8, making Missouri one of 21 recreational marijuana states — a legal framework often called “adult-use” cannabis. Learn more here and please contact us using the form below if you have any additional questions!
Beginning December 8, 2022, consumers will be allowed to legally possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana. However, marijuana will not be available for consumers to purchase at Cookies St. Louis until the state approves our comprehensive license.
We are open now for Medical and Recreational-Use sales and only require that are you over the age of 21 and have a valid state ID.
As of December 8th, 2022 – all approved patient ID card holders will be allowed a standard allotment of 6oz (or more based on physician recommendation) within a thirty day period, with medical purchases at a 4% tax rate.
Adult-use marijuana may be purchased by consumers who are at least twenty-one years of age. Up to 3 ounces may be purchased in a single transaction, and consumers may be in possession of up to 3 ounces of marijuana at any time. Adult-use purchases will be taxed at 6% in addition to any local taxes.
Our Missouri Medical Patients will enjoy a premium experience in our store and a lower tax rate at 3Fifteen Primo, capped at 4%, versus a 6% tax for adult use purchases – plus an additional local tax of up to 3% on those purchases. Additionally, medical card holders have legal protections as well.
As of December 8th, 2022, patient/caregiver cultivation ID application fees will be reduced to $50. An updated fee schedule is available on the department’s website. Please check back periodically for current application fees – https://health.mo.gov/safety/medical-marijuana/fee-schedule-pi.php
Patient, caregiver, and patient or caregiver cultivation applications processed on or after December 8, 2022 will be approved for 3 years. ID cards approved before that date will be valid for one year. Upon the next approved renewal after December 8, 2022, the ID cards will be valid for 3 years.
Consumers with an approved consumer personal cultivation identification card will be authorized to cultivate plants for personal, non-commercial use within an enclosed locked facility at their residence.
Medical marijuana home growers will pay a $50 fee every three years, while adult-use home growers will be required to pay a $100 fee yearly.