Ever since 2008, marijuana has been legal for medicinal purposes in Michigan. For those who qualify under the law—and it's important to understand the full legal implications—Michigan has plenty of qualifying marijuana dispensaries waiting to provide! Here are a few of the best.
Northern Specialty Health in Houghton is one of two medical marijuana dispensaries in the Upper Peninsula, which is reasonable enough as the law applies up there too. Those seeking the medication will need to fill out a one page membership and have a valid Michigan Registration card along with photo ID, but once that's done, three tiers—A-list through C-list—will be on hand, offering familiar names like OG Kush but also local favorites like Keweenaw Copper.
At Mt. Morris, the Fire Station Wellness Center looks to provide a wide range of product. With several breeds of both indica and sativa on hand, as well as hybrids, edibles and an almost dizzying range of extracts, the end result is plenty of options. There are even topical applications. Throw in a variety of accessories to round it out and there will be something here for just about every taste.
With locations throughout Michigan, including Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Lansing, Ludington, and more, the Society of Healing Arts Institute (SOHAI) looks to be a one-stop shop for everything medical marijuana related. Not only does it offer licensing opportunities, but it also offers the tools needed to carry out your own growing operations in the Hydro Tower Garden device as well as essential oils and a range of educational options.
The Pure West Compassion Club in Holland has something of an important honor to its credit as assessed by “High Times” magazine. According to that press, Pure West is home to the “Best Non-Sovlent Hash,” specifically, the Banana Split Rosin Hash grown in conjunction with Grumpy Bears Farms. That's quite the honor, but that's just where it starts. Featuring licensing help, discussions of legal issues, and several other options, Pure West looks to provide the best in all-around service to its patient base.
Head to Portage to check out Lake Effect, a dispensary that—if it isn't already—should pride itself on its variety. With indicas and sativas on hand, as well as extracts, edibles, and in a comparative rarity a set of topicals to offer up, Lake Effect will have the marijuana of choice for just about any user. Lake Effect even turns to the Spott Laboratories for its product testing, a Kalamazoo Lab that was voted best in the state back in 2016.
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