We founded and built our entire company to meet the needs of cannabis patients in Virginia.
Are you new to BEYOND / HELLO and have a VA medical cannabis card?
Are you a current BEYOND / HELLO patient and need a product refill?
Need a Medical Card?
Are you interested in becoming a VA medical cannabis patient?
We offer online in-store shopping, pre-ordering with in-store pickup and delivery.
About BEYOND / HELLO Virginia
BEYOND / HELLO is a medical cannabis dispensary in the Commonwealth of Virginia! At Beyond / Hello, our commitment is to provide best-in-class care to our patients. All of our products are grown and manufactured in Virginia with the highest possible quality standards. We believe in going beyond the transaction to give our patients the best medical cannabis service and product experience possible.
BEYOND / HELLO is the trade name for Dalitso, LLC (“Dalitso”), the Northern Virginia-based medical cannabis pharmaceutical processor awarded conditional approval by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy. Dalitso is majority-owned by Jushi Holdings, Inc. (“Jushi”), a US-based multi-state cannabis operator founded in 2018 with a mission to create an integrated global community of wellness, mindfulness, and connections through superior quality cannabis and hemp-derived products.
Cannabis & Me
Incorporating cannabis into your life can possibly greatly improve the quality of it. The understanding we have today of how cannabis interacts with the human body offers us great understanding of how this plant can truly change lives.
VIRGINIA DISPENSARIES FAQMedical marijuana is now available in Virginia. Visit our Virginia dispensary online for all Virginia locations, medical marijuana FAQs,
information about how to get a medical card, and how to order online.
BEYOND / HELLO accepts debit and cash payments. We have an ATM on-site at all of our locations.
Unfortunately, no. Since cannabis is not legal in Virginia recreationally for sale, but only medically, only VA residents with a medical marijuana card can purchase from a VA dispensary. In order to be considered eligible as a medical marijuana patient in Virginia, one of the requirements is that you must be a resident of the state. Out of state medical cards are not recognized in the state of Virginia.
Yes, since only medical marijuana, and not adult use, is legal in VA, one needs a medical card to purchase cannabis in VA. Click here to find out more about how to join a Virginia medical marijuana program.
Yes, to purchase cannabis under Virginia law, we are required to ensure that patrons are 21+ and have valid state-issued identification (driver’s license, passport, state ID, etc.).
Yes, we sell a wide selection of vape products. Check out our Shop Online page, select your local dispensary, and search for vapes to see a list of our vape products.
Check out our Cannabis & Me page. It’s designed to educate people about cannabis, and explores topics such as strains, different ways to consume cannabis, and the effects it has on your endocannabinoid system.
Only approved medical marijuana patients (and their approved caregivers) can purchase marijuana in Virginia, as recreational cannabis is not legal until 2024. The amount of cannabis a medical marijuna patient can purchase is a 90-day supply, which (while ultimately determined by the pharmacist in consultation with the patient) is typically 4 ounces of cannabis flower per 30 days.
Unfortunately no. Only approved caregivers and approved medical marijuna patients 21+ can purchase marijuana products in the state of Virginia. In most cases, you cannot legally give someone marijuana as a gift in Virginia. Virginia Code §18.2-248.1 makes it a crime to give someone else marijuana unless you are authorized to do so by the Drug Control Act.
At BEYOND / HELLO, we are always looking for passionate individuals who are ready to go beyond to join our team. Check out https://jushico.com/job-listings/ to view all available job listings and become a part of our team!
* This is general information relating to qualifying as a medical patient, for the specific qualifying process and criteria a prospective patient should contact their applicable state regulator.
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