Oklahoma cannabis business compliance guide

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‍Market Type

In Oklahoma, cannabis is regulated by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Only medical cannabis is allowed.Β 

Tracking & Inventory

Oklahoma uses Metrc as their state traceability system.Β 

Purchase Limits


A single transaction by a dispensary with a patient, or the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) if patient is a licensed minor, or caregiver is limited to:

  • Three (3) ounces of usable marijuana,
  • One (1) ounce of marijuana concentrate,
  • Seventy-two (72) ounces of medical marijuana products
  • "Medical Marijuana Product" means a product that contains cannabinoids that have been extracted from plant material or the resin therefrom by physical or chemical means and is intended for administration to a qualified patient, including but not limited to oils, tinctures, edibles, pills, topical forms, gels, creams, forms medically appropriate for administration by vaporization or a nebulizer, patches, tinctures, and liquids excluding live plant forms,
  • Six (6) mature plants, and
  • Six (6) seedling plants.

OK defines an ounce as 28.3 grams. This means all limits should be configured as grams. Gram limits are:

  • 84.9 grams of flower
  • 28.3 grams of concentrate
  • 2,037.6 grams of products



Oklahoma has a 7 percent excise tax on medical marijuana on top of the state's sales tax.Β 

  • Oklahoma has sales tax exemptions for veterans who are 100% disabled. They are provided a tax exemption card from the Oklahoma Tax Commission and they can present it at any retailer. Excise tax may still be collected.


Oklahoma currently prohibits home delivery.

Things to Note

Special rules, things that have come up, regulator confirmation of things, guidance

State Resources

The OMMA hosts a variety of helpful resources including FAQs and all rules and regulations.



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