Right now, you can't go to a dispensary without a card in Virginia, and you may not be able to do so until 2024. Patients will no longer need a Virginia medical marijuana card at state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries. All they'll need is a medical cannabis certificate from a licensed doctor. In the case of the vaporizer, which was branded “Capt'n Kush Farms”, the combined amount of delta-8 (359 mg) and delta-9 THC (139 mg) matched it with the potency of products sold in the state's regulated marijuana dispensaries. When Virginia's new marijuana law goes into effect July 1, anyone 21 years of age or older can possess up to one ounce of marijuana or an equivalent amount of a cannabis product, such as edibles or vaping oil.
Marijuana sold by Virginia's four authorized medical marijuana dispensaries, which are only open to prescriptions, is subject to strict testing requirements.