Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Columbia Care brands its marijuana dispensary on East 14th Street
The branding for Columbia Care has arrived at 212 E. 14th St. just east of Third Avenue.
Columbia Care is one of the five companies selected to run medical marijuana dispensaries in New York
Looks like a low-key entrance ... (not sure if anyone was expecting some kind of marijuana symbol or something...)
As DNAinfo previously reported, the medical conditions approved for marijuana prescriptions are limited to cancer, HIV/AIDS, ALS, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, among several others. In addition, the NYC dispensaries will only sell 30-day supplies of marijuana in the form of oils, pills or tinctures.
212 E. 14th St. received a full gut renovation with an additional floor. The last business at the address was the Super Saving Store, which closed in June 2011.
Previously on EV Grieve:
New East 14th Street retail space already gone to pot
Posted by Grieve at 4:19 AM
Labels: 212 E. 14th St., Columbia Care
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Hope this helps a lot of people And roll me up and smoke me when I die ...
Re 12:07 Great idea are you full of Sweettooth green
Marijuana is real medicine and should be used as such. Including self medication from an insane and suicidal society - stoners didn't give us Fukushima, the seemingly endless chemical dam breaks around the world, the oil volcano in the Mexican Gulf, the oil wells fires in Iraq and now this ongoing massive natural gas release near Los Angeles.
If it didn't sound so crazy, I would think **They** are purposely destroying one piece of the environment at a time - salting the fields...
Great for all of those with severe nausea, loss of appetite, and other pain from those conditions and the side effects of the respective treatments. BUT this is a legislative step towards the future of raw weed being sold to anyone with an "anxiety disorder" like California.
At last people can have some hope to treat their illness with marijuana without turning to the black market of drug dealers. The rest of us will just have to wait a bit longer. But this is the beginning of something beautiful.
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