With communities nationwide closing businesses, implementing quarantines, and taking other unprecedented steps to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus aka COVID-19, patients across the country may be wondering how this could impact their access to medical cannabis.  The purpose of this post is to provide information to Arkansas medical cannabis patients about how dispensaries across the state are adapting, and about what changes you might experience.  The good news is that, as of the time of publishing, Arkansas businesses have not been forced into closure or quarantine.  Additionally, the Arkansas Cannabis Industry Association and others have been lobbying the governor’s office to ensure that the medical cannabis industry is deemed essential in the event of a shutdown and that dispensaries will be permitted to continue serving patients.  We will do our best to update this list as frequently as possible.  If you notice any information about a dispensary that is incomplete or incorrect, let us know!

  • 420 Dispensary (Russellville): As of March 19, 420 Dispensary is limiting the number of patients in the building, and is accepting orders online via WeedMaps or by phone (479-498-4200).
  • Acanza Health Group (Fayetteville): Beginning March 19th, Acanza’s store hours will be modified to 11-7 daily.  No more than 5 patients will be allowed in the waiting room at one time, and all orders must be placed online through Leafly.
  • Arkansas Natural Products (Clinton): ANP is CLOSED for deep cleaning through March 25th.  ANP will re-open at 11 am on the 25th, but will only be accepting pick-up orders.
  • Bloom Medicinals (Texarkana): As of March 21, Bloom is operating under their normal hours.
  • Custom Cannabis (Alexander):  Custom cannabis announced new safety protocols including limiting one patient per budtender in the dispensary at a time, and encourages online ordering through WeedMaps.
  • Fiddler’s Green (Mountain View): As of March 20, Fiddler’s green is accepting telephone orders only (870-307-4646), and no more than one patient in the lobby at a time.
  • Fort Cannabis Co. (Ft. Smith): As of March 19, Fort Cannabis Co. has reduced hours to 10-5 and is accepting online orders only (via fortcannabis.com).
  • Greenlight (Helena): As of March 21, Greenlight is operating under normal hours, and is offering home delivery to much of Eastern and Central Arkansas (via greenlightarkansas.com).
  • Green Springs Medical (Hot Springs): Green Springs is temperature-checking all patients via infrared thermometer and is limiting the number of patients inside at one time.  As of March 21, they are operating under normal hours, and patients may place orders via telephone (501-207-0420).
  • Harvest Cannabis Dispensary (Conway):  Harvest Cannabis Dispensary will be closed on Sunday, March 22, and will reopen on Monday, March 23.  Harvest will be accepting online orders only (via harvestcannabisarkansas.com).  Online ordering is available from 9-6; pickup is allowed from 11-8.
  • Harvest HOC (Little Rock): As of March 21, Harvest HOC is limiting the number of patients inside the dispensary at one time, but operating under normal hours.
  • Herbology (Little Rock):  As of March 19, Herbology is limiting the number of patients inside the dispensary at one time, and has reduced hours to 11-6 M-F, 10-5 Sat, and 11-5 Sun.
  • Native Green Wellness (Hensley): As of March 21, Native Green is operating under normal hours, and is encouraging online pre-ordering (via nativegreenwellness.com).
  • Natural Relief Dispensary (Sherwood):  Natural Relief Dispensary announced new safety protocols including temperature-testing all patients, and encourages online ordering through WeedMaps.
  • NEA Full Spectrum (Brookland): NEA Full Spectrum is CLOSED for deep cleaning March 23 and 24.  They reopen March 25 and encourage patients to follow their website for further updates.
  • Plant Family Therapeutics (Mountain Home):  Plant Family Therapeutics has introduced new safety protocols effective March 18 and online priority purchasing (via WeedMaps).  Online orders may be picked up between 9 am and 6, but in-store shopping will only be allowed between noon and 2 pm.
  • Purspirit Cannabis Co. (Fayetteville):  As of March 18, Purspirit is allowing no more than one patient in the dispensing room and three in the waiting area at a time.  Additionally, they are encouraging online orders through their website or through Leafly.
  • Red River Remedy (Texarkana): As of March 21, Red River Remedy is operating under their normal hours.
  • Suite 443 (Hot Springs): As of March 21, Suite 443 is operating under normal hours and is encouraging online ordering through WeedMaps.
  • The ReLeaf Center (Bentonville): Effective Monday, March 23, ReLeaf is reducing hours to 9-6 M-Sat and 10-6 Sun an encouraging online ordering through their website.  ReLeaf is cautioning patients to be prepared for slightly longer wait times than normal, and is also offering home delivery Tues-Sat.
  • The Source (Bentonville): The Source is accepting online orders only (via WeedMaps and Leafly) effective March 18.  However, due to a backlog, they are temporarily suspending all ordering until Monday, March 23.