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FAQ's from Sunny Daze

Have a question for the Sunny Daze team? Wondering if you’re able to purchase cannabis as a Nebraska or Kansas resident? You can find the answers here on our Frequently Asked Questions page, where we address common inquiries about our Missouri recreational dispensary. Whether you’re a seasoned cannabis enthusiast or someone curious about the ever-evolving world of legalized marijuana, this resource aims to provide you with comprehensive answers and valuable information. Explore below to discover everything you need to know about Missouri’s recreational dispensaries!

Consumers have been able to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis since December 8, 2022. As of early February 2023, Sunny Daze is a licensed Missouri recreational dispensary. We now serve marijuana users and their needs as long as they’re over the age of 21 (valid ID required). State of residency does not matter. For example, since we’re the closest dispensary to Nebraska, and they do not have adult-use marijuana, you are legally allowed to shop at our Missouri recreational dispensary here in St. Joseph.

Patient/Caregiver Limits: An approved Caregiver ID card holder representing a licensed medical patient, or an approved Patient ID card holder, may purchase no more than 6 ounces of dried, processed cannabis or the equivalent within a period of 30 days. Physicians and nurse practitioners may certify patients for greater amounts. Those with patient ID cards, or caregiver ID card holders representing a licensed patient, can possess up to a 60-day supply (12 ounces). Physicians and nurse practitioners may authorize more than 6 ounces in a 30-day window.


Adult-Use Limits: Recreational consumers may possess up to 3 ounces of dried, processed marijuana or its equivalent.

Due to federal restrictions, we can only accept cash at this time.

We do not accept credit cards, Chime cards, Apply Pay, Google Pay, or cryptocurrency.

Yes. Caregiver ID holders can possess a separate legal limit for each qualifying patient in their care. This is limited to up to 6 patients. A separate legal limit exists for approved caregivers if they’re also a qualifying patient. All medical cannabis in the possession of the caregiver must be stored separately and labeled for each patient.


Unless the person in question is also an approved cultivator, they must adhere to the legal possession limit of a 60-day supply (12 ounces). In the case of approved cultivators, they can possess up to a 90-day supply of dry, unprocessed cannabis or its equivalent. However, the amount in excess of the patient’s legal 60-day supply must remain in an approved, enclosed facility that can be locked.

No. You can now enter a Missouri recreational dispensary as long as you have a valid ID proving you’re over the age of 21. Because we’re the closest dispensary to Nebraska, out-of-state visitors are welcome here!

Consumers can legally purchase up to 3 ounces of recreational marijuana in a single transaction. They can legally possess up to 3 ounces of dried, processed cannabis or its equivalent.

Yes, anyone over the age of 21 is legally allowed to purchase adult-use marijuana at a Missouri recreational dispensary no matter their state of residency. However, these cannabis products must be consumed here in Missouri as it is still federally illegal to transport marijuana across state lines.


For example, even though we’re one of the closest dispensaries to Nebraska, it is not legal to bring marijuana purchased in Missouri into Nebraska.

Those with consumer personal cultivation ID cards are limited to their 3-ounce possession limit of cultivated cannabis, and it must be kept at their residence within an approved locking enclosure.

Yes. Certifying physicians and nurse practitioners can determine whether there is a compelling reason to authorize the purchase and possession of more than 6 ounces of medical marijuana. This higher amount must be certified on the appropriate certification form.

If the cultivation is for medical use, approved patient and caregiver ID card holders may be in possession of up to a 90-day supply of unprocessed, dried cannabis (or its equivalent). Any amount that surpasses the patient’s 60-day allotment must remain in an approved enclosed and locked facility.

Yes. Medical marijuana patients will continue to pay a 4% tax on their medical cannabis purchases. Recreational users will be taxed at 6% while local municipalities are allowed to increase that percentage.

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Yes! We now offer gift cards.

No. Due to federal regulations, Missouri medical marijuana is reserved for residents of the state who have a state-issued Missouri medical card.

Still have questions? Connect with the Sunny Daze: St. Joseph team today!