+ What do I need to shop with Consume?
A valid, government issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, state ID) that shows you are 21 years or older.
Cash or a debit card
Medical patients should also bring a valid, in-state, government issued medical cannabis card.
+ What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash and debit cards. There are ATMs onsite at every Consume location.
+ This is my first time; how much should I take?
First time cannabis users should speak with a cannabis advisor at the dispensary in order to select the right product and dosing. If you have placed your order online or at a kiosk, please speak with your advisor during the checkout process to ensure that you understand proper dosing and that the products will have the intended effect.
We encourage first time users to start low and go slow. With some cannabis products, it can take up to two hours to feel the effects. We recommend heading over to our Cannabis Resources page to learn more about cannabis and cannabis products. At Consume, our motto is “We will guide you” and we take that seriously. If you have any questions, please ask a Consume Dispensary near you!
+ Where can I smoke or vape the cannabis that I bought from Consume?
Any cannabis should be smoked in a private space where smoking and vaporizing are allowed. Smoking cannabis in public spaces is prohibited by state and local laws. You should also check any lease and building agreements before smoking in your rented apartment or house.
You cannot smoke while driving or operating any sort of vehicle, or while a passenger in a vehicle.
+ Can I travel with cannabis?
Cannabis should be stored securely and out of reach if you are driving. It is federally illegal for cannabis to cross state lines.
Our menus are live, meaning they reflect our actual inventory. They are updated throughout the day as new products and accessories are delivered and purchased.
+ Can I return or exchange a defective product at Consume?
Please reach out to your local Consume dispensary. Returns and exchanges vary due to state regulations.