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. 



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.


Sowing Seeds of Knowledge


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



Florida Republicans Propose Medical Marijuana Bills to Appease Voters

Florida Republicans Propose Medical Marijuana Bills to Appease Voters
Republicans lawmakers in Florida who once opposed medical pot are now embracing it, motivated by the strong show of support from voters and worried that another constitutional amendment during next year's presidential race could drive opponents to the …
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Knezek: Regulations needed to shore up medical marijuana laws
“This legislation establishes provisioning centers so that patients and providers have a destination to get their medical cannabis,” he said. “It also provides for third party testing of all substances that go out the door. Patient safety is something …
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Medical Marijuana: Physicians, Parents Want Epilepsy Treatments, But
A worker tends to a marijuana plant. Medical marijuana is now legal in 23 states but remains clinically unproven and has no oversight by the Food and Drug Administration. A marijuana-based drug for epilepsy called Epidiolex made by GW Pharmaceuticals …
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The Conservative Case for Legalizing Marijuana

The Conservative Case for Legalizing Marijuana
The United States' latest skirmish in the battle over marijuana laws is still ongoing and, for lawmakers, it hits close to home. On Thursday, possession of a limited amount of the drug became legal for adult residents of Washington, D.C. — but, thanks …
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Support for NC medical marijuana legalization off to blazing start
“It's illogical for the government not to legalize marijuana because we could earn money from taxing it, and we could spend less taxpayer money imprisoning kids who were caught with marijuana. All that does is ruin someone's life and waste taxpayer …
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Ted Cruz flips position on marijuana legalization
Ted Cruz (R-Texas) criticized President Obama for allowing Colorado and Washington to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. Now, he's basically in favor of the same approach. “If the citizens of Colorado decide they want to go down that road …
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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., 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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Defendant Takes Stand in Historic Medical Marijuana Trial

Defendant Takes Stand in Historic Medical Marijuana Trial
A South Florida man charged with growing marijuana he claims he needs for a medical condition took the stand at his historic trial Thursday. The defense rested its case Thursday as 50-year-old Jesse Teplicki took the stand to tell his side of the story.
Read more on NBC 6 South Florida

Gov. McAuliffe signs bill allowing access to medical marijuana oil
RICHMOND, Va. – Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed into law Thursday legislation to decriminalize two medical marijuana derivatives for the treatment of intractable epilepsy. McAuliffe signed House Bill 1445 and Senate Bill 1235, which decriminalize the use …

New medical marijuana cards draw trickle of applicants
Just nine patients have applied for permission to possess marijuana extract in the month since the Iowa Department of Public Health started accepting applications, administrators reported this week. The state has started issuing special cards allowing …

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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Cannabis Career Institute Returns to Orlando and Tampa this Weekend to Promote Jobs and Business Opportunities in the Growing Cannabis Industry

Burbanks, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2015

This Saturday, February 28, at the Orlando Hilton Garden Inn Seaworld, 6850 Westwood Boulevard, Orlando and this Sunday, March 1, at the Hampton Inn & Suites Tampa North 8210 Hidden River Parkway, Tampa,, DOUG PORTER, the Cannabis Career Institute (CCI) expert in Bud-Tending, Dispensary Management, Delivery Service and Security, will conduct all day seminars, from 9 am to 7 pm, teaching budding cannabis entrepreneurs how to get started in the evolving industry.

CCI offers state-specific training courses that address a range of topics from legal requirements and regulations to basic grow techniques. Since 2009, CCI has helped hundreds of people start businesses and find jobs growing, selling, manufacturing and servicing the marijuana industry

A recent article in the Miami Herald Tribune by Michael Pollick, trumpeted the following headline “Florida sheriffs warming up to medical marijuana”. Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell told the Herald-Tribune he favors legislation of State Bill 528 – that allows for legal cannabis use for various medical conditions — over a constitutional amendment. “I am very much in favor of providing those with the medicines they need for certain medical conditions,” Prummell said. “If this means passing legislation to control the potential use and abuse of marijuana and keeping it out of our constitution, where it has no place, I will support the efforts and work with our legislators and the Florida State Assembly to do so.”

Another sheriff who has come out in favor of S.B. 528 is Flagler County’s Jim Manfre, whose mother suffered from cancer, which makes the list of qualifying medical conditions for most if not all 23 states and the District of Columbia in which medical treatment using marijuana already is legal.

“As a sheriff and as the son of a cancer survivor,” Manfre said, “responsible comprehensive, medical marijuana legislation is critically important to me. I hope my fellow sheriffs will see this bill in the same light and work towards consensus on this issue, which is deeply personal to many Floridians, as it is to me.”

“Gaining the support and confidence of Florida sheriffs is very important to winning the state legalization battle,” said Porter. “Considering how close we were with the November vote (about 3% short of the required 60% voter majority needed), there is an over-whelming sense of optimism that it will be sooner rather than later that Floridians will finally be able to declare an end to marijuana prohibition.”

Cannabis Career Institute specializes in teaching would-be entrepreneurs how to navigate the often-murky waters of starting up a cannabis business. CCI presents students with an objective expanse of options with step-by-step instruction on the process of starting a business. Delivery, Dispensary Management, Law, Compliance, Marketing and Advertising, Cultivation, Extracts and Cooking are all discussed in detail, providing students with many choices to fit their career goals and lifestyle.

Cost for the one day seminar, that also allows for students to attend any future class for free, is $ 349 and includes a seminar manual. Cannabis Career Institute is scheduled to return to Orlando on Saturday, May 9th.

As seen on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, the Huffington Post, and more, CCI was the first cannabis seminar training program ever offered and is the most successful of its kind.

For more information, contact:

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