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We are here to help you heal.

We are a personalized delivery service that really cares about individuals, not profit!

Immobile, Disabled, Vets and seriously ill patients are especially welcome. We offer individually tailored services for our members, including flexible pricing and customized/made to order preparations.

Though all patients with a current doctors recommendation are welcome, veterans, disabled, and fixed income patients have a special place in our hearts. We are seeking patient-members who need a delivery service and want to establish a long term working relationship to our collective community.

Read about our new Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in the link in our menu above.

Ask about veteran, disabled and fixed income discounts. 



Sorry but we cannot deliver to public places, campuses or cities where prohibited (Gilroy, King City, Los Gatos, Marina, San Juan Bautista and Seaside) and only deliver to private residences/hotels, etc. For a complete list of city and county ordinances, bans and moratoriums click HERE

  • Only cardholders and members in the room during deliveries please.
  • Larger quantities subject to limitations (quantity and frequency).
  • Same day, friendly service (some restrictions) in and around Aptos, Freedom, Corralitos, Watsonville, Santa Cruz/831 area. Deliveries to outlying areas require a minimum $50 donation and $10 delivery fee OR appointment (new members signed before dark only in Salinas).
  • Minimum $40 donation to all areas
  • Serving Monterey, Salinas and outlying areas by next day appointment, or with varying delivery fee/minimum order.


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Please respect our service and the law!!! Only member-patients who have signed up with our collective can participate during deliveries. Unsigned cardholders and non-cardholders may not donate or handle medication. Members may not share with non-members. This helps to ensure we can remain a viable collective serving your needs :) Thanks!





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Director of N.J. medical marijuana program resigns

Director of N.J. medical marijuana program resigns
TRENTON — The director of New Jersey's medical marijuana program — who was hired with fanfare 3-1/2 years ago to manage what was widely criticized as slow and disorganized effort — has quietly resigned, the state Health Department confirmed …

Medical marijuana ordering app Nugg launched with unusual funding source
On Nugg's website, users can search for nearby medical marijuana dispensaries, browse their offerings and request a pickup or delivery. Users have the option of heading to the dispensary to pick up an order made through Nugg or having it delivered by …
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Medical Marijuana: More Patients, More Products, Low Profile
Susan Gilchrist once took nine different medications to ease the chronic pain and fatigue of her multiple sclerosis. Gilchrist, 32, is now off all those drugs, finding more relief, she says, than she has in more than a decade, now that she uses just …
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Dr. Sue Sisley to Keynote MedMJ Conference in Denver, Colorado

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2015

Heliospectra AB (OTCQB: HLSPY, FIRSTNORTH: HELIO), a world leader in intelligent lighting technology for greenhouse cultivation and plant research, today announced that its Director of Medicinal Plant Research, Dr. Sue Sisley, will give a keynote address, entitled “The Research Imperative” at the upcoming MedMJ Conference in Denver, Colorado. The presentation will be made on Monday, April 20th, 2014 at 11:00 AM (Mountain Time) in the Vail Ballroom at the Denver DIA Crowne Plaza.

Dr. Suzanne A. Sisley practices medicine in Scottsdale, AZ and specializes in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry. She is widely known for her research into potential medical uses of marijuana to treat veterans diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – PTSD. Dr. Sisley’s research is supported by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), a California-based nonprofit organization.

In February this year Dr. Sisley was also appointed Director of Medicinal Plant Research at Heliospectra AB. Where her groundbreaking research will help customers understand what chemical profiles a medicinal plant therapy should express, and how to develop scalable medicinal plant growing methodologies.

The MedMJ event will offer real world knowledge and reliable data about medical marijuana, from emerging state medical marijuana laws, to healthcare liabilities and groundbreaking patient research and development. For further information regarding this event click on

About Heliospectra AB

Heliospectra AB (publ – listed on NASDAQ OMX First North HELIO ISIN SE0005933082 as well as North American ADR OTCQB: HLSPY Cusip: 423281104) ( specializes in intelligent lighting technology for plant research and greenhouse cultivation. Heliospectra products are based on in-depth knowledge in plant physiology and photosynthesis along with a unique way to utilize modern LED technology. After six years of development in Sweden, the company has now begun to expand into the international market. The company has raised more than $ 15 million in venture capital and has received more than $ 2.6 million through academic scholarships and grants. It has also received numerous awards for its forward thinking technology. Principal owners: Weland Steel, Swedish Industrial Fund, Midroc, Wood & Hill Investment


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Medical marijuana for our pets?

Medical marijuana for our pets?
Her amendment to the Senate medical marijuana proposal (SB 7066) would allow the Department of Health to "contract with a veterinary research organization to determine the benefits and contraindications of the use of low-THC cannabis for research and …
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Medical marijuana study results give hope to those seeking legalization
Preliminary study results of a medical marijuana derivative showing seizure reductions do not surprise Lolly Bentch, a Dauphin County mother of a 7-year-old suffering from intractable epilepsy. The results of the cannabidiol, or CBD, study give Bentch …
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PA Medical Society: “Too Few” Studies on Medical Marijuana
HARRISBURG, PA — As lawmakers in Harrisburg consider allowing medical marijuana in the Keystone State, the Pennsylvania Medical Society is claiming that there are “few well-controlled studies” that demonstrate the effectiveness of cannabis as medicine …
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Veteran Fighting for Medical Marijuana
Aquilera said he is not arguing, just explaining what he believes is right. He wants to see Rio Grande Valley veterans and others reap the benefits of medical marijuana. He said, "It'll be great for our veterans. If it's a legal thing and its …
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Girl's seizures spur medical marijuana legislation in Georgia
(CNN) The Coxes can rest more comfortably living in Georgia now that their 5-year-old daughter can get the marijuana extract she needs. "This means the world to us," said Haleigh Cox's mother, Janea Cox. Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill Thursday that …
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Medical Marijuana Activist Threatened With Losing Custody of Her Son
In many states, marijuana is being legalized or gradually decriminalized in response to the growing body of evidence showing that the drug is relatively harmless compared to popular drugs like alcohol. But in Kansas, a medical marijuana activist is …
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Cannabis Career Training Comes to the Nations Capital June 27-28

WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) April 08, 2015

On June 27-28, 2015, Oaksterdam University – the nation’s only recognized cannabis college – will bring to Washington, DC, the city’s first certified career training program for candidates seeking to enter the legal cannabis industry. The two-day event, to be held at the Capital Hilton located at 1001 16th Street, NW, is sponsored by local cannabis entrepreneur Ben David Sheppard and his portfolio of cannabis companies, MD Canna-Care & Cultivation, House of Jane and Jane’s Brew Gourmet Coffees teas and other fine edibles.

The training will provide participants with the critical information they need to pursue a cannabis career, from opening a dispensary or delivery business, to structuring a legal cannabis entity, understanding their legal rights under the District’s and other states’ laws, bud tending, vending and more. The Washington, DC, certification program is a good testing ground for Oaksterdam as it eyes Washington, DC, as a potential headquarters for its planned East Coast campus.

When the District of Columbia approved Initiative 71 last November, it made possession of marijuana legal in the city. Officials estimate that the local marijuana economy could become $ 130 million annually. And, CannaInsider has estimated that states with legal cannabis laws will create over 200,000 new industry jobs in 2015 alone.

“The District of Columbia has positioned itself as a leader in the legal marijuana movement, and we are proud to bring our deep bench of industry knowledge and experience to help DC’s and other East Coast cannabis industry pioneers grow their careers and emerging businesses,” said Dale Sky Jones, Executive Chancellor of Oaksterdam University. “Congress may throw roadblocks in DC’s way, but legal cannabis, marijuana jobs and opportunities are here to stay.”

“As a business owner who calls Washington home and an owner of House of Jane, a cannabis-infused beverage company geared towards patients, I know how important it is to create an industry that is responsible in its approach and in its commitment to patients and consumers,” said Sheppard. “We’re dedicated to training a workforce that is committed to product quality, health and safety – and that’s why we’ve built a relationship with Oaksterdam University. We want to give Washington, DC, and every state the confidence to support medical marijuana and cannabis legalization.”

To register for the two-day training, please visit Space is limited and early bird registration rates end May 31.

If you are a member of the media and would like to obtain a press pass, schedule an interview with an executive or need additional information, contact Marichelli Hughes at 202.715.3906 or marichelli(dot)hughes(at)720strategies(dot)com.

About Oaksterdam University

Oaksterdam University, based in Oakland, CA, is an internationally recognized cannabis college. It is our mission to provide quality training for the cannabis industry. Over 20,000 students have already passed through the O.U. curriculum since the school was opened in November 2007. As a groundbreaking new place to learn, Oaksterdam University is a forerunner in training those people interested in a career in the cannabis industry. For more information, visit

About House of Jane

House of Jane, based in San Jose, CA, is a not-for-profit collective providing quality, cannabis-infused beverages for patients. It aims to be the preeminent cannabis innovator, leveraging a national team of industry leaders to promote responsible legalized and regulated cannabis consumption. As a mutual benefits entity, House of Jane strives to create awareness within the industry and governments and develop environmentally friendly, safe and tested products. For more information, visit

Representative Cardenas Hosts Dialogue on Legalization of Marijuana at Paradise Valley Community College April 14

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) April 10, 2015

Paradise Valley Community College is hosting a series of informative and stimulating public policy discussions of interest to students and the general public. Hosted by District 19 Representative Mark A. Cardenas, the April 14 forum will focus on the controversial issue of legalizing marijuana in Arizona.

In January, Representative Cardenas introduced House Bill 2007, to decriminalize marijuana possession of up to one ounce for adults 21 and older. The legalization would have expanded the current medical marijuana dispensary process, and addressed the issue of growing plants for personal consumption.

The proposed Bill included a tax structure to be applied to marijuana sales, with the funds earmarked for education; substance abuse treatment programs and public education campaigns; and the general fund.

The Bill did not make it out of committee.

An Iraq War Army Veteran, Representative Cardenas served as a Sergeant in the Army Reserves and managed a multi-million dollar budget. As a legislator, supported ground-breaking legislation last year to expand AHCCCS coverage and increase funding for K-12.

As a commissioner on the City of Phoenix’s Estrella Village Planning Committee, he is responsible for reviewing new zoning areas and land use proposals. He is passionate about shaping the future vision and character of the community.

Sponsored by PVCC’s Student Life & Leadership, the Student Public Policy Forum is free and open to the public, and takes place at the college’s Union Hills campus, located at 18401 North 32nd St., just west of the SR 51 Union Hills exit. Parking is always free.


Founded in 1985, Paradise Valley Community College is one of the 10 regionally accredited Maricopa Community Colleges, offering transferable academic courses as well as job-specific occupational training. The Union Hills campus is located just west of the SR51 Union Hills exit, at 18401 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85032. PVCC at Black Mountain, serving the far north Valley, opened in August 2009. PVCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association (NCA).

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Groups debate marijuana legalization

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Is The U.S. Government Aiming To Legalize Weed So Monsanto Can Unleash
Now there are reports that argue the only reason for the push for marijuana legalization is so Monsanto could unleash GMO marijuana upon the masses. According to Natural Society, there is talk among the organic communities that Monsanto has been …
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This is what sane marijuana enforcement looks like — in one tweet
In doing so, they provide a template for what marijuana law enforcement might look like in an era of widespread legalization. [How marijuana legalizers are winning the battle for hearts and minds]. Some law enforcement agencies, including the Drug …
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Good Intentions Medical Marijuana Services Responsible for Petitioning Illinois to Add 11 of 14 Conditions to the State’s Medical Cannabis Pilot Program

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

Good Intentions patients accounted for 11 conditions that will be considered including: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anorexia Nervosa, Anxiety Chronic Post-Operative Pain, Essential Thrombocythemia with JAK 2 mutation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Migraine, Neuro-Behcet’s Auto Immune Disease, Neuropathy, Osteoarthritis and Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome. The Medical Cannabis Advisory Board only accepted 22 total petitions for review; Good Intentions was responsible for submitting 12 of those petitions.

Good Intentions CEO Tammy Jacobi credited her “remarkable staff and dedicated patients” as the reason why the company was able to submit thorough yet succinct petitions. “Good Intentions has helped thousands of patients and we’re experts in all aspects of the medical marijuana field. The State of Illinois accepted every petition we submitted because we’re knowledgable and hard-working”.

Good Intentions patients named in their petitions will each be submitting a written letter of intent to the Illinois Division of Medical Cannabis, informing the board of their desire to share their personal stories. Representatives from Good Intentions will accompany their patients as they appeal to the advisory board to add their conditions at the public hearing, which is scheduled for May 4 at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago.

For more information on how to become an Illinois medical marijuana patient, contact Good Intentions at (312) 651-4306 or go their website Good Intentions services are currently free of charge.

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Medical and Recreational Marijuana Growing in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from IBISWorld

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 09, 2015

The Medical and Recreational Marijuana Growing industry has flourished over the five years to 2015. For decades, all marijuana transactions in the United States were conducted under implicit or explicit prohibition. However, states have increasingly moved to legalize nonprofit marijuana for medical purposes, as well as to implement regulations for organizations that sell cannabis. “The growing acceptance of medical marijuana is providing growers and investors with unprecedented opportunities,” says IBISWorld Industry Analyst Dmitry Diment. “There has been no shortage of demand in recent years, as the industry has benefited from increased acceptance of the legitimacy of medical marijuana products.”

Recently, the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado and Washington has spurred additional demand for the industry. In 2014, the licensing of commercial recreational marijuana growers in these states contributed to industry revenue growth of 54.7%. In addition to the favorable regulatory environment in these states, medical marijuana growers have continued to benefit from the steadily aging population. Chronic illnesses have become more prevalent as the population continues to age, driving demand for medical marijuana. Overall, the industry is expected to experience annualized revenue growth of 30.2% to $ 1.9 billion in the five years to 2015, including growth of 25.1% during the current year.

According to Diment, however, “The industry will remain at risk until the federal government definitively changes its position on the legality of marijuana. Until then, a growing number of medical marijuana patients, as well as a burgeoning recreational cannabis legalization movement, will spur demand for the industry.” Rising demand is also forecast to widen profit margins, as is the success of the for-profit recreational marijuana business in Colorado and Washington. In particular, the next five years are expected to see the growth of large commercial cultivators, who will benefit from strong recreational demand across a number of states, including Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Medical and Recreational Marijuana Growing in the US industry report page.

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This industry’s establishments grow marijuana for medical and recreational use. Most operators are nonprofit collectives that provide medical marijuana to other collective members. Transactions are typically conducted on a donation basis because the sale and distribution of marijuana is illegal in most states that permit medical marijuana. The industry also includes operators in Colorado and Washington, who grow medical and recreational marijuana on a for-profit basis.

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National Expansion For Medical Marijuana Clinics Announced

Lafayette, CO and Norton Shores, MI (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

Liberate Physician Management LLC and Liberate Physician Centers announced today the national expansion of its medical marijuana physician centers into all 23 states that allow the use of medical cannabis, and will elevate patient care through a licensure program that establishes the nation’s first uniform Standard of Care for medical marijuana therapy.

The company’s licensure program is designed to help doctors, entrepreneurs, health care providers and others enter the rapidly growing medical marijuana industry.

“The single commonality among all states with medical cannabis programs is the requirement of a physician certification allowing a patient to use medical marijuana,” says Daniel J. Reid, chief executive officer of Liberate. “Understandably, states want to ensure patients are under a doctor’s care, but the reality is that patients often are forced into the shadows to find a doctor willing to provide the required certification,” he says.

“Liberate’s licensure program gives physicians and entrepreneurs the ability to help patients have access to medical marijuana therapy, and does so by mainstreaming this treatment option for the millions of people suffering from serious illness and debilitating medical conditions,” he says.

Reid is a leading patient advocate and business owner in the medical marijuana industry. He co-founded the first medical cannabis business in Illinois, established a national patient advocacy organization, and opened physician centers in Michigan and Illinois leading into the national expansion of Liberate.

“The medical marijuana industry is a three-legged stool,” Reid says. “Physician certification is the primary leg, since this is required in every state with a medical marijuana program. Producers of medical marijuana are another leg, and dispensaries are the third leg. The system mirrors traditional medicine with physician certification for medical marijuana the equivalent of a prescription, producers and cultivators acting as pharmaceutical companies, and dispensaries serving as pharmacies. There are nuances from state to state, but conceptually this is how state programs work.”

Liberate licensees will operate under the brand Liberate Physician Centers.

“We’ve been testing, holding focus groups and refining the licensure concept over the past six months with physicians and business people that might have a logical interest in owning and operating a Liberate Center,” Reid said in making the announcement. “In fact, we already have received commitments for licensures in three states and are in active discussions in three other states based on our outreach to test and refine the licensure concept,” he said.

“We have worked with thousands of patients afflicted with medical conditions approved under state law as qualified for medical marijuana therapy, and have certified patients for the use of medical cannabis,” Reid says.

Essentially, Liberate’s licensures provide independent owner/operators a full range of services and training in how to operate a medical marijuana physician center under the Liberate Physician Centers brand. Among licensed services are ongoing training, regulatory guidance, business and back-room operations, marketing support and training, medical review, provision of required patient forms and other necessary documentation, and a full suite of services designed to promote the success of each licensed location.

“Liberate offers expertise to physicians and entrepreneurs,” Reid says. “Our licensure program provides a gateway for people wanting to own a business in the medical marijuana industry. Our knowledge, experience and processes give much needed protection to physicians that might otherwise feel reticent about certifying patients because of restrictions – both real and perceived – imposed by hospitals, peers and others.”

All Liberate facilities will operate under Liberate’s ‘Standard of Care’ that details how patients will be treated and certified. Liberate’s Standard is the nation’s first relative to medical marijuana, and addresses the emergence of so-called ‘pot docs’ in some states, whereby minimal medical review standards are often ignored.

“It’s time to bring the medical marijuana certification process into the open, and give people with debilitating medical conditions and approved chronic illness a reliable, professional place to turn,” Reid says.

“The barriers to entry into the medical cannabis industry have been prohibitive and expensive,” Reid says. “Our licensure program allows people wanting to become business owners ease-of-access to entry at a price that is affordable. Our goal is to expand patient access to medical marijuana therapy, and do so in a manner that conforms to the same medical standards that exist in the practice of traditional medicine.”

Licenses to operate a Liberate Physician Center are being offered in all states that currently allow for medical marijuana, as well as states that are expected to approve medical marijuana in the next two years.

“The traditional medical community has been resistant to embracing medical cannabis for many reasons, mostly because of legalities and fears that don’t put patients at the forefront,” Reid says.

Liberate’s management team includes medical professionals and senior executives with proven expertise in medicine, marketing, public affairs, technology, hospital and physician-group operations, franchising, pharmacy, medical training and education, medical marijuana, management consulting and other disciplines.

In addition to Reid, among those on Liberate’s management team are Dr. Marla Gendelman, Jeff Colvin, Dr. Mayur Shah, Gary Judd, Mark Turgeon and Bill Sheerin.

Gendelman is a board certified anesthesiologist and serves as Liberate’s Chief Medical Officer. Colvin is Chief Executive Officer at Acustream, a Colorado-based company that works with hospitals and physician groups in optimizing revenue streams through technology applications. Previously, he was co-president of the IT consulting firm Rapidgm, acquired by Fujitsu in 2006.

Dr. Mayur Shah is Chief Executive Officer of MK Education, a Chicago-based firm that trains and certifies medical staff and technicians. He also owns and operates Broadway Avenue Pharmacies in Chicago and has two decades of experience in business management, pharmacy, healthcare, healthcare education, emergency care, hospital pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. Recently, he was among the recipients of a medical marijuana dispensary license issued by the State of Illinois after a highly-competitive application and review process.

Judd is based in Dallas and was the architect of the national expansion of Fox & Hound, a bar and grill company with over 90 locations. Turgeon is based in San Francisco and is a leading business owner and consultant in technology businesses over the past 30 years. Sheerin purchased and consolidated hotels, then converted them into a single national brand. He is based in Colorado.

“Anyone interested in owning a medical marijuana business should get in touch with our company,” Reid says.

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