1933 Mission St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410337.766182 -122.419647
Neighborhoods: Central East, Mission
Great Place; But it sure isn't a sanitary napkin shop! – I've been coming here roughly 6 months now and I like it quite a lot. I was reluctant to start coming to a dispensary, having been using a great delivery service for a while, but one day all I had was 20 bucks and they're a 30 dollar minimum. ??So, around the corner (literally) and over to Medithrive.
It was great.?The building is nice and, with the large frosted windows, seems more open than it actually is in the "reception/intake" area. The dark wood panelling and well thought lighting design makes the actual "dispensary" part very pleasing to my aesthetics. It's a little "designer" but so what? The whole point is that you aren't going to some guy's living room to buy a sack. ??
The people were friendly and laid back, but not "stupid" laid back. They got me processed functionally and we chatted nicely. No stunned looks that I was trying to engage, no attitude. Everyone seemed to be able to form full sentences and understood implicational humor. Already ahead of most places I go to in my neighborhood. (You gettin' this, Four Barrels?)
??When I got to the bar, everything's laid out nicely, though it seems like each station should have a small supply of everything, rather than having edibles at one end, bud at the other with the various tinctures, rubs, pellets and pieces in between. There's a lot of shifting from side to side if you're unsure of what you want.??They were helpful, maybe overIy knowledgeable for a guy like me. I've been smoking pot for 2 decades now, but have never been into the whole culture. For example, I stunned to learn that "Kush" had become a name of a strain. I had always been under the impression it was an adjective.
Also, I honestly don't notice the Sativa vs. Indica thing except in smell. I am either altered or I'm not. Anyway, I digress, I got my gram and my free medi-joint and walked out a happy guy.??
As I've been several times a week for the last few months (and after having tried a coupla other places that I was rather nonplused by) they have only become friendlier, and actually remember not just my name, but my preferences and that I have a remarkably high tolerance for edibles.??
I try to go when it's slow, as I like to shoot the bull, and everyone there is super chill. Not just with guys who crack bad jokes like me; even the sleazy, obviously hitting on the Bud Maidens, 60 year old gets smiles and politely turned down. ??
The bud itself is always great, even the cheaper or sale stuff. I am a PARTICULAR fan of the Cherry AK and the Queen Elizabeth. Also the Bhang Bars 3X, the Bliss Coconut Truffles and Chocowaska (which they REALLY need to change the name of) a sort of chocolate dosed hemp milk, are all edibles for guys like me who have very strong tolerance. ??
The prices are reasonable, especially with tax included, although I do think it wouldn't hurt to just have some outdoorsy stuff to sell REALLY cheaply for the folks that are struggling and need medicine. They do
cannabis – great quality good staff and relaxed envirement
One of the top Cannabis Clinic;s if S.F. – Very clean, friendly environment. Knowledgeable outgoing staff. There is a wide variety of different strains and some really good edibles. All in all a good choice.
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