If you need to locate the medical marijuana dispensary nearest you, use Google Maps, or better, use a site, dedicated to finding all licensed medical marijuana dispensaries. Select 3 or so dispensaries nearest you (their numbers have increased to keep up with demand-for example medical marijuana dispensaries now number as many as 80). Once you’ve found your prospect dispensaries on the map, you can call or email them if you want to ask them questions about their service, or inform them about your medical condition (some dispensaries give expert advice and recommend strains formulated to suit a patients particular ailment). You can even schedule an appointment for your visit, although most of them accept walk-in customers.
Don’t forget to bring your medical marijuana doctor’s recommendation and other credentials when you visit your chosen dispensary. Prepare for a different experience every time you visit a different dispensary. There’s still no standardization of medical marijuana dispensaries, so one may be themed like a medical clinic or a boutique while another may look like a mom-and-pop store.Look at these guys Triple Loud.
Whatever they look like, always aim for those who are professional in their dealings with customers. Their people (or ‘budtenders’) should be able to answer questions knowledgeably and should be able to recommend the best variety or strain of medical marijuana for your condition.
Your medical condition also determines how best to take the medicine, whether it is going to be smoked, eaten, drunk or vapor-inhaled. This means that a dispensary offering a wide range of medication forms (not just bud or leaf) is a plus.
The dispensary staff should also be friendly and personable. Since medical marijuana dispensaries were also envisioned by their original creator to provide a comfortable, safe place where afflicted people could relax and socialize with others like them, choose a dispensary with a great sense of community. Many cause-oriented dispensaries do outreach programs in their neighbourhood to help others-a plus, because patients not only need medicine for their bodies, but the support of friends and community as well.