Cannabis Collectives

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. 

 

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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!

 

 

 

 

The Latest Medical Marijuana News and Hemp Happenings

 

 

Reputable Cannabis Doctor In Santa Cruz and Monterey Joins the Medical Cannabis Network


Santa Cruz, california (PRWEB) February 28, 2015

In recent years Medical Marijuana has continuously been embraced by an ever growing number of practicing physicians as a way for them to expand their patient base without any real experience, training or education regarding Cannabis as medicine. Since the FDA still lists Cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug, there have been very few resources available to licensed physicians that can help guide them when recommending a Cannabis related treatment to a patient. Dr. Deborah Malka in Santa Cruz, CA is a leader in the small, but growing number of Medical Professionals that are aware of this issue and working to rectify the problem.

Dr. Malka’s practice is called Cannabis Plus and is located in Santa Cruz and Monterey, CA. She, in addition to being a licensed MD, is also Board Certified in Integrative Holistic Medicine. Dr. Malka has spent years working with Medical Cannabis Patients. While many doctors are willing to recommend Medical Cannabis as a treatment, few offer the same level of knowledge and experience as Dr. Malka. Each patient that visits Cannabis Plus is thoroughly interviewed regarding their medical history as well as their daily lifestyle in order for Dr. Malka to consult in proper usage, dosage and knowledge of exactly how to treat their individual conditions. Patients are also encouraged to return to her for follow up consultations to make sure that they are getting the best results possible.

Dr. Malka’s approach to medicine has allowed her to develop a unique level of experience and understanding regarding Medical Cannabis. While it is valuable in treating her own patients for a vast range of issues from cancer to autism, she has also proved a strong desire to share her knowledge and experience with other medical professionals. She is an officer of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians and has helped to develop the first CME(Continuing Medical Education) curriculum available to provide medical professionals with a greater understanding of Cannabis as medicine as well as twelve credits toward their CME requirement.

In a growing area of medicine that is still more about politics than science, Dr. Deborah Malka is serving the Medical Cannabis movement with her passion, clarity, and expertise.







Medical pot proposal passes first test in conservative Utah

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Medical pot proposal passes first test in conservative Utah
Madsen has unveiled a medical marijuana bill that would allow those with chronic, debilitating diseases access to use edible marijuana products. The proposal from Madsen does not allow the smoking of marijuana. Madsen's bill also sets up a system for …
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Company in Chestertown considers medical marijuana grow operation
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No deal yet for RI medical marijuana dispensary
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Sue Sisley's Medical Marijuana for PTSD Research Officially Rejected by 3
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US Surgeon General warms to medical marijuana
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Minnesota mom charged for giving son medical marijuana

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Missouri Medical Cannabis Bill Heard In House Committee

Missouri Medical Cannabis Bill Heard In House Committee
On Monday, the House Emerging Issues Committee heard testimony on H.B. 800, which would legalize medical cannabis and create a system for licensing cultivators and dispensaries across the state. Many patients and patients advocates traveled to …
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Doctors debate caution vs. medical need for medical marijuana in Pennsylvania
To former Pennsylvania Medical Society president Bruce MacLeod, the oath physicians take to “do no harm” means proceeding with caution when it comes to legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. “History will judge us harshly for the bad outcomes …
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The Steps in Obtaining a Sacramento Medical Marijuana ID Card

The use of Sacramento Medical Marijuana is illegal in some states in the country, but it is legally safe to use Cannabis in California for medical purposes. There are several dispensaries around the state that offer services for your medical needs. Dispensaries are located anywhere, however these dispensaries are still subject for annual federal inspection.

Here are the steps you should follow before you can use medical cannabis as an alternative cure for your medical condition.

Just check them out below:

1. Ask your doctor’s recommendation – First and foremost, you need to ask permission from a licensed doctor that they are allowing you to use marijuana in curing your medical condition. You must get a proof or medical evidence like a prescription so that you can obtain an ID card.

2. Undergo a medical and diagnostic test – Undergoing medical and diagnostic tests are important part of the application in applying for a Medical Id card. You must undergo different tests to prove that you are indeed needed to use this alternative medical method.

3. Contact the county office – For additional requirements needed in getting the medical ID card, you may contact and proceed to your county office and ask for it. County office sometimes adds additional documents and you can obtain it directly through them.

4. Pay $ 160 for the processing of your ID card – When you are done with the documents and everything is in your hands already, you may proceed to your local registrar and pay the processing fee and wait for the release for about a month or so.

Additional Tips

1.  This alternative medicine can be used to treat various diseases like nausea, headaches, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma and in some cases, bipolar disorder but you must obtain an ID card before you can use it for your medical needs.

2. Check out what your Federal law says about the use of medical marijuana before you try to engage in this kind of medical method.

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Experience the best Sacramento Medical Marijuana by going to El Camino Wellness Center and see for yourself how Sacramento Medical Marijuana can change your life!!!

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Florida Republicans Propose Medical Marijuana Bills to Appease Voters

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Female Cannabis Seeds

There has been quite a lot of talk about the differences between male and female cannabis plants recently. Most people have no idea what is being talked about with this topic, however if you want to start a successful home based growing operation (which requires no outside input) having a feminized cannabis seed on hand will always ensure that the offspring of your existing plants is maintained.

Because of the higher pricing for feminized cannabis plants, we wanted to look at the best possible option for those who have an existing cannabis operation and are looking to expand. Being self-serving in this regard not only lowers the cost of the operation (because you dont need to keep buying seeds from suppliers), but it also allows you to grow your favourite varieties and create hybrid plants which suit your exact tastes.

Creating Your Own Hybrid Variation

Without going in to too much depth regarding how cross fertilization occurs in plants, we do want to touch on the topic of creating hybrids from feminized cannabis seeds. Essentially, if you want to create your own hybrid, you need to cross fertilize two different varieties to get the end result.

This is all there is to it. If you have bought hybrid seeds off the internet before, you are actually buying the end product of two crossed varieties of cannabis seeds. But this doesnt explain why you need a feminized cannabis seed to complete the process. Lets take a look at that now.

Why Feminized Cannabis Seeds are Important

Selecting a feminized cannabis seed is important much the same as choosing a real life partner is important for procreating. Ultimately, plants reproductive systems are based on the same theory as that of a human being, and the female plant needs to be fertilized by the male. These days, the majority of top yielding cannabis plants are male, and in some cases an entire garden will consist of male plants only.

Therefore, it is important that If you are looking to make your own hybrids or do your own cross breeding, you have a feminized cannabis seed on hand to help out.

Cost of Feminized Cannabis Seeds

Because feminized versions of cannabis seeds are slightly rarer, the cost of these types of seeds will vary in the medium to upper ranges.

Many people find that when they buy a feminized cannabis seed, they will be informed of the following:

Price of $ 100 to $ 400 for the seeds.
Sometimes the seeds are out of stock for many weeks at a time.
Some suppliers dont stock specific types of feminized cannabis seeds due to their rarity.
Despite all of this, you are able to get your hands on some fantastic quality feminized cannabis seeds from online suppliers who will not charge you the world. Our advice would be to shop around to find the best possible deal each and every time you look to buy, as prices can change rapidly and without warning.

www.herbiesheadshop.com, with its hot deals and special offers never fail to win hearts of its customers who often rely on them for timely delivery of good quality Female Cannabis Seeds , Feminized Cannabis Seeds and Single Feminized Cannabis Seeds.

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The New Marijuana: Herbal Incense

The Popularity of Herbal Incense

The cannabis plant or herb which is widely known as Marijuana (MJ) is an herb that is widely popular in the market specifically to the youth sector of the society. Many people have risked and are continuously risking using the said herb though they are well aware that its usage is illegal and might put them in jail. But despite the risk, people are fascinated with the effects of Marijuana which actually gave birth to the release of other herbs like K2 incense which is said to offer similar influence as the Marijuana.

Discovering Herbal Incense

An herb which offers the same high feeling effect has been uncovered due to the desire of the people to smoke Marijuana. This herb is called the herbal incense which is said to be the substitute of MJ. The herb, famous as legal weed, became a full blast craze in the market considering the fact that it is legal so you wouldn’t be imprisoned for using it. Some people also call these herbs as the Maui Hybrid, fake weed and legal buds.

Herbal Incense Chemicals

JWH-018, along with two other artificial substances, are said to be the main ingredients of the herb. JWH-018 was developed by Professor Huffman in 1995. These chemicals are the main reasons why the said herb has this similar effect with the cannabis plant. And products like K2 incense not having the same ingredients as Marijuana makes it legal in the society of today.

Using Herbal Incense

Herbal incense is used differently compared to the Marijuana. In using dope, you would need to smoke the weed but in the case of this herb, you only have to inhale it to feel the effect. Simply inhaling the smoke of the said herb would make you feel lightheaded and high just like smoking your MJ.

Herbal Incense vs. Marijuana

Though the herb may have the same effect as that of the cannabis plant, it has huge differences. One of those is the way that this herb is used. Compared to spice and other weeds, this herbal incense is used simply by inhaling the smoke. You do not need to puff on the weed. Another thing which differentiates it from dope is that it doesn’t smell like Marijuana. Moreover, it is even considered to be a “legal” herb. The use of the said herb like K2 would not show any positive signs of drugs in any drug test.

Herbal Incense Subscription

Issues regarding herbal incense have circulated the market since it has become a fad. With the extensive selling of such herb, homemade herbs have come up in the market today. These herbs are not consistent when it comes to the ingredients and effects of the said herb. Some are not even certified. This is the reason why acquiring a K2 incense may be stressful so you should also be aware of this.

The Popularity of Herbal Incense or K2 incense is increased recently as these are said to exude the same effect of Marijuana yet remain to be legal in every way.

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