Pain Management Solutions, is a care-center located in the Colorado Springs, CO area, specializing in medicinal marijuana healing and client centered care. Understanding how different pathologies require different treatments, whether it be edibles, hash, sativa, organic, indica or hybrid, the dispensary provides solid guidance in a supported environment by experienced staff who understand how different strains of cannabis have different effects on the body, mind and healing experience. The center carries a range of weed related products as well as vaporizers and other equipment required for consumption. Great service at affordable prices, plus samples, giveaways and specials! Please bring all relevant referrals for first time visits and valid ID. Pain Management Solutions is a certified nonprofit medical dispensary where all your customer needs will be met with highest integrity and greatest of care.
Maggie?s Farm is the leading outdoor grown, medical and recreational marijuana centers in Colorado. ?We provide our patients with the best medicine available.?All of our products are sun-grown from seed, in 100% custom-mixed on-site soil, spring-watered, slow-cured and hand trimmed.? We do NOT use ANY pesticides OR growth hormones. We also have been Clean Green Certified for the past 2 years, which is certification of organic standards and testing that mirrors the USDA organic certification.
MC Caregivers is dedicated to providing health and wellness for patients suffering from severe pain, nausea, seizure disorders, muscle spasms, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, AIDS/HIV, cancer and cachexia. with the use of Medical Marijuana as a healthy alternative to traditional pharmaceutical medication.
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Pinnacle Consultation was created by several of Colorado?s pioneers in legal cannabis. Back in 2010, we watched more than 80% of newly opened dispensaries close shortly after due to may factors, the most common of which was ? and often still is ? poor production. The cannabusinesses that have survived have done so by having intensive business plans, professional operations practices and savvy legal compliance strategies.