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How do I find a reputable dispensary?

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on November 21, 2014 · 0 comments

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The state of California made medical marijuana legal in 1996, but the framework for regulating marijuana production, labeling and quality control has lagged sorely behind.

Only now is the Senate working on a bill to standardize growing and processing, and while Senate Bill 1262 is making its way through the amendment process, the State provides zero guidance on reputable sources for medical marijuana and how to tell if you are getting a quality product.

There are three criteria you can evaluate to find the best dispensary.

  • Quality—Depending on your condition and what kind of effects you are looking for, you may want more or less potent strains. The effect of a strain is directly related to the quality. If the strains that normally work for you aren’t working, quality is to blame.
  • Price—Until health insurance is accepted at your local dispensary, price is going to be part of the game. Do your homework and know if your preferred shop is competitive.
  • Selection—Over time, you can build tolerance to your preferred strain, so pick a shop that has at least 25 varieties to choose from.

Location and customer service are important too, but finding a shop that offers a reliable product at a good price and has a large selection are the most important aspects of finding a reputable dispensary.

The Law Office of Salvatore Ciulla located in Orange County, California, represents individuals accused of murder and manslaughter, aggravated assault, burglary, theft and embezzlement, child abuse and domestic violence, narcotics possession and sales, drunk driving (DUI) and vehicular homicide, sexual assault and three strikes cases. We also take Juvenile Court cases and all misdemeanor offenses.

 

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