This morning I searched for San Diego Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and San Diego Medical Marijuana Delivery and compiled the following list as a reference for medical marijuana patients in the San Diego Area. If you know of a dispensary not listed, Contact Us. Thank You. Eric B. Fuller
Harbor Collective 2405 E Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92113 Tel: (619) 841-2045 harbormmcc.com
Mankind Cooperative 7128 Miramar Road, #10, San Diego, CA 92121 Tel: (858) 247-0953 mankindcoop.com
Point Loma Patients Consumer Cooperative 3452 Hancock St, San Diego, CA 92110 Tel: (619) 268-8035 plpcc.org
A Green Alternative Medical Marijuana Dispensary 2335 Roll Dr #4, San Diego, CA 92154 Tel: (619) 920-8500 agreenalternative.org
Maximum Wellness 4655 Ruffner St #240, San Diego, CA 92111 Tel: (858) 467-0420 maximumwellness.org
Southwest Patient Group Medical Marijuana Legal Dispensary 658 E San Ysidro Blvd, San Ysidro, CA 92173 Tel: (619) 663-6337 southwestpatientgroup.com
MJ Express (Delivery) Diego, CA Tel: (858) 999-4604
While many cannabis users (especially white, affluent ones) haven’t felt much federal pressure over the drug’s Schedule I status, those groups who have helped pioneer legal cannabis as producers and retailers have often faced heavy crackdowns, and short-term losses into the millions. Overall, more than 8.2 million Americans were also arrested for marijuana crimes between 2001 and 2010 alone, Slate points out.
Extending the clause’s effects through December 8 could therefore offset some big burdens for cannabis operators who’re trying in good faith to build businesses that comply with state laws–at least for a few more months. Despite this development, however, many aspects of federal and state game-plans for the cannabis industry remain uncertain, forcing a range of cannapreneurs to proceed unprotected while hoping for the best.
Welcome to marijuana 2.0, where the less product you use, the better it works.
In the winter of 1999, Dr. Allan Frankel, a renowned internist in Los Angeles, suffered a viral infection of the heart. Doctors told him he had six months to live. He’d rarely tried marijuana, but several of his cancer and AIDS patients urged him to use it for his heart. A year later, his heart was normal. Frankel, now 66, says he can’t be certain that cannabis healed him – but it certainly helped. “I’d been depressed and cannabis stopped the depression,” he says. “It gave me something to look forward to. My brain was turned on.”Source: Why Microdosing Is Taking Over Medical Marijuana – Rolling Stone
A visit to the Emerald Triangle during the marijuana harvest season.
They sit for hours at a time, hunched over tables with scissors in one hand and marijuana in the other. The work is tedious, but it pays well — for now. This once mostly black market trade is slowly becoming more regulated, hindering the flow of quick under-the-table cash.
Hours meld, the sound of snipping and sticky scissors clinking when they are dipped in jars of alcohol as the workers groom the weed.
Most people sitting around this table in Mendocino County are migrant workers. They flood into the region during the cannabis harvest in the fall. They are the trimmers, those hired to cut marijuana for hours on end. Many trimmers in the county looking for work this season have come from all over the U.S. and all over the rest of the world, including Spain, France, Portugal and Switzerland.
“You want to get all the big leaf — and all the leaf — off the flower stuff so it shows in a beautiful way,” said cannabis farmer Tim Blake. “You really want to trim it perfectly if you’re going to sell it.”
Expert-reviewed information summary about the use of Cannabis and cannabinoids in the treatment of cancer-related side effects, such as nausea and vomiting.
This summary contains the following key information:
Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years.
By federal law, the possession of Cannabis is illegal in the United States, except within approved research settings; however, a growing number of states, territories, and the District of Columbia have enacted laws to legalize its medical use.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved Cannabis as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition.
Learn how marijuana and drugs derived from the marijuana plant can affect cancer-related symptoms.
Marijuana has been used in herbal remedies for centuries. Scientists have identified many biologically active components in marijuana. These are called cannabinoids. The two best studied components are the chemicals delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (often referred to as THC), and cannabidiol (CBD). Other cannabinoids are being studied.