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Where to get properly medicated2 min read

May 3, 2016

1. Purple Lotus Patient Center

Purple Lotus is a great dispensary located between business buildings in the north side of San Jose. Most nights, the place is packed, so it’s best to go early in the day to avoid waiting in line for a parking spot.

Once checked in by the security guard up front, you wait in line until the next budtender is available. The wait is usually quick and painless because of the efficiency of the staff.

When it’s your turn, your eyes will jump at the opportunity to feast on the many flowers, edibles and wax that Purple Lotus has to offer. Their menu offers a variety of indica, sativa and hyprid strains that will surely make you zone out for multiple hours.

The price range is wide, allowing people of different incomes to enjoy the goodies at this dispensary. From dollar joints to potent wax, Purple Lotus creates a great environment for stoners to get properly medicated.

2. Buddy’s Cannabis

Buddy’s Cannabis is a great location to get flowers and edibles located on North 10th Street in San Jose. The building is very accessible, and there are rarely any lines, so feel free to go at any time.

Once inside, you are greeted with great one-on-one service from a friendly budtender who is knowledgeable about the variety of strains offered at Buddy’s.

Each counter has more flavors than Baskin Robbins, so choosing is an almost impossible task. Each flower strain is top shelf along with the multiple edible choices to choose from like chocolate, cookies and capsules.

The pricing is rather high but expected since the inventory at this dispensary is all top shelf. If your willing to spend the money, you will be rewarded with countless hazy weeks until your ready for a refill.

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