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Best dispensary for first time patients?

Are you looking for your first dispensary to visit after receiving your medical marijuana card?

We would LOVE for you to make your first visit to our dispensary. We’re located at 112 S. Kolb Rd. in Tucson, Arizona.

What is your New Patient Special Deal?

Our new patient deal is buy an 1/8th get an 1/8th (of equal or lesser value). That’s incredible!


What to expect at your first visit at a dispensary?

1.) An Awesome Experience!

2.) A little bit of paperwork. Not much at all, but we have a sheet that you will fill out. We will also need to see your state MMJ card and get you signed into our system.

3.) After you’ve been signed in, we will call you back to our “Bud Room.” (this is the fun part!)

Here you will be greeted by one of our Budtenders. He or she will ask you a few questions to find out what symptoms you’ve been having and help you decide what type of medical marijuana will best suit you. In the Bud Room, you will see over 30 strains of medical grade cannabis on our shelves. (feel free to ask to smell and look at any of these beautiful strains!).

You can also decide if you want to smoke it, vape it, eat it, or what form of consumption that feels right to you.

If you decide that you want to smoke it, you have 2 options: smoking by rolling it into a joint/rollie, a bowl, a bong, or which way you prefer. We do sell pre rolled joints, too.

The next question is: what symptoms are you treating? Have you ever smoked cannabis before?

Indica vs Sativa vs Hybrid – Have you ever wondered what the difference is in sativa vs indica vs hybrid strains? Each is very different in how medicinally they effect you, yet can be used for optimal results in different circumstances.

Indica strains are known for being sedating and used mostly at night. Indicas are best for patients who may be treating pain and insomnia and not recommended for day use or productivity. While growing, indica strains tend to have short, bushy leaves.

Sativa strains provide patients with energy and have uplifting effects. Many patients use sativa during daytime hours before physical activity, like cleaning house, working out, or tasks that require productivity or energy. Medically, Sativa dominant strains are often used to treat depression and fatigue. During growth, the leaves on the sativa plant tend to be long, tall, and thin.

Hybrid strains are in between the indica-sativa spectrum, depending on the traits they inherit from their parent strains, which often becomes a perfect balance. Many patients use hybrids for afternoon medicating.

CBD rich strains have a low THC content that is designed to help alleviate pain and anxiety, without any psychoactive effects, meaning you will not get the “high” feeling often associated with cannabis ingestion.

Edibles are cannabis infused food/candies/drinks/brownies/sweets that you eat. Starting off with a small amount at first is always recommended. Edibles take awhile to start working so it’s best to take a little bit, wait an hour or longer, and then eat more if you’re not feeling the desired effect. The high from an edible will be much longer than other methods of ingestion. If you feel that you’ve taken too much and are having a bad reaction (usually feeling of being too high or overly anxious), find a place where you feel comfortable and try to relax. Those feelings will subside. Drink water and try to remind yourself that you will be ok. 🙂

Concentrates/Wax/Dabs are highly concentrated form of cannabis that forms into a waxy/buttery/sticky light golden in color slab. Patients who enjoy wax are usually those with a higher tolerance (takes more to get the desired effect). These patients use a “rig” to smoke from. For new patients, this form of consumption may be too much to start with.

After you’ve decided on how you want to consume, what strains you want to try, you are ready to pay and head home! Congratulations on your first experience at a dispensary. Please let us know how it was! We appreciate Google, Leafly, Weedmaps, Yelp, and Facebook Reviews!

Our patients are our #1 priority. If you haven’t decided yet to visit us, maybe our Patient Experience video will help you decide. See you soon!