Worst dispensary ever. Every other comment on here is true: overpriced, substandard bud from jerks, managed by a greedy doctor who doesn't care for the patients. I didn't have a choice but to go here because it's the only store in the city, and after some of the associates there decided to spread rumors and start shit, I tried to talk with them and they preferred to start a shouting match, and file a false police report against me afterwards. I hope you go bankrupt you moral-less bastards.
An embarrasment to the MMJ community. Not compassionate. Fail in every sense on the word.
Where's weed...? NOT HERE! (unless you're NOT concerned with the meds' quality; ...AT ALL!!). After having divided weekly visits between 4 (relatively) local dispensaries over the past 2+ years (in southern AZ area) --[as well as a few Tucson dispensaries], there's no question that this one is easily the worst. During the past couple of years I have come to know most of this dispensary's bud-tenders, as well as the owner, Dr. Lisa Landy. Altho the owner (Dr. Landy) is a bit ditsy, the company's employees are pretty good... but that's not the problem! IT'S THE MEDS! They're horrible!! Reminds me of Mexican dirt weed, only over-priced --by over 300%-- (I don't mind paying more for quality, but this store wouldn't know a "top-shelf" product if it bit their arse! Add to that the fact that 98% of the crappy buds they usually have in stock, they're asking $480.00 per ounce!? Who in their right mind pays $480 for an ounce of ditch weed? I would love to see this Sierra Vista dispensary taken over by other, more responsible, owners, and until that day comes, I'll be visiting other dispensaries.
Probably the worst dispensary I've ever been to.
This place is the worst dispensary I have been to. I bought a quarter ounce of medication from this place. An eight of cheese berry and an eight of blue widow. Both were badly degraded and both did not smell very good at all. In fact the blue widow ( which was the worst of the two) smelled like paint, and one could gather that this must be because it was left out in the open while this dispensary was being renovated. I would not had purchased these meds if I had been given a chance to look and smell them before hand. Instead they show a nice nugget in a jar then sell you something completely different. Upon my arrival home and finding that the quality was sub par, i called the dispensary to tell them that I was not pleased. I told the lady ( who runs the dispensary) on the phone that these meds were terribly degraded. She responded back to me that some meds are dark because of the strain. These meds were brown and had no smell an obvious sign of degraded THC. I have grown my own and I know the difference between good, bad, and amazing medication ( I have grown amazing.) i also know that some strains of MMJ are darker then other (indica mostly) and this was not the case with their meds. When I went to return my meds, I was not given a choice of a refund. The lady simply took a bud from my 1/8 of cheese berry and asked if I wanted to trade it for an equally bad variety . I said no and left. This lady either lacks knowledge about her craft or she has jumped on the MMJ band wagon and is trying to make a quick buck selling sub par medication. Any one that has a basic understanding of grade school biology could tell you that this medication was bad. P.S. I just hope that elderly people that need this medication for serious issues have the luxury of driving to Tucson for their medication. Sub par medication is becoming a staple in Cochise County, and with the 25 mile law, I am sad that some people will be forced to purchase these "meds" with no option to grow their own. I would give them all zero's but I cant.
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