I am new to the area and wanted to know if you also provided for recreational usage as well as medical.
Do I need an appointment to come into the dispensary?
No appointment is necessary. Please see locations for dispensary hours. We are closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Be sure to check our social media for any updates we might have on special events.
What payment methods do you accept?
We currently accept cash, CanPay, Aeropay, and debit cards. We also have ATMs on site. Please see our first time visit page for more information.
What should I bring with me on my first visit to Aloha Green?
There is no membership fee to shop at Aloha Green! We do require all patients to be medical cannabis patients with a valid State of Hawaii 329 or 329V Medical Cannabis Registration card, and a valid U.S. State Driver’s license, U.S. State I.D. or Passport. Patients under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a registered caregiver.
To save some time, you have the option to pre-fill and print our Patient Intake Form before your visit (or complete it upon arrival at the dispensary). For your first visit please remember to bring a printed copy of the Intake Form, along with your valid ID and 329 card.
After your first time, we just need to see a valid picture ID and 329/329V card for entry and purchase.
What is the current Hawaii Medical Marijuana purchase limit?
When we complete a transaction with a patient, we print out on the patient’s receipt their current limit resulting from the previous transaction. This way if a patient wants to know what their current limit is, they can check their last receipt.
If I am a caregiver to someone, are they required to be with me for their first visit to Aloha Green?
If you are a caregiver listed on the patient's 329 card, the patient does not need to come down with you.
Can an out of state patient purchase cannabis products in Hawaii?
Yes, but you need to register for a 329V card. The Hawaii State Department of Health Medical Cannabis Registry does extend reciprocity to Out-of-State Medical cannabis patients from any U.S. state/territory or the district of Columbia. Please go to the Hawaii State Health Department Medical Cannabis registry at medmj.ehawaii.gov to view all of the program rules, restrictions, and the online process on how to apply for a 329 Visitor’s card. There is an “Out-of-State (OSP) Patient Video Tutorial” and an “Out-Of-State (OSP) Patient Checklist and FAQ’s” to help you get started. The updated website has links and information that make it easy to apply.