The only place to purchase medical cannabis in Providence is also one of the best in Rhode Island. Qualified locals and patients throughout the state visit The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary to get the top shelf raw, infused and concentrated marijuana products that provide them relief from a caring staff in a welcoming facility. TCS’s Providence dispensary sets itself apart other care centers with their spacious interior, innovative cannabis education library and passionate staff the take the time to explain what product and administration will provide you with an optimal therapeutic benefit.
The selection and pricing at Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary have medical marijuana card holders from every state visiting this location when they’re on the East Coast. Their online menu is regularly updated and features over half a dozen self-produced strains of whole-bud flower at a full-range of price-points. Reviews often praise the flower for its freshness. This is a welcomed change from dispensaries in Rhode Island and Massachusetts who have been criticized for the dryness of their flower – often due to the extended period between cultivation and sale. Because The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary produces and tests their own supply, flower reaches consumers while it is still moist, potent and delicious. What’s more, some strains can be purchased for under $10 a gram and under $60 for a quarter ounce (7 grams).
The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary also offers an array of smoke-free cannabis products. Many modern Rhode Island marijuana consumers prefer to vaporize concentrated cannabis oil using vaporizer pens. TCS’s providence dispensary has a variety of prefilled cartridges (vape carts) as well as bulk terp sauce oil for this specific application. Batteries and chargers are also on site so you can find everything you need to medicate under one roof.
If inhalation is out of the question, you can still treat yourself with infused edible, topical and sublingual products from The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary. Sweet classics like gummies and cookies come in a variety of strengths and cannabinoid compositions. Tinctures and capsules are also available for more discreet and precise dosing. TCS even offers topical pain cream in both full and trial sizes – allowing you to experiment and find the most effective method for you.
Compassion isn’t just part of The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary’s name – it’s a commitment. TCS offers regular wellness events like massage, Reike and hydrotherapy. They also provide a discount on their entire menu to low income, veteran and senior patients.
For more information about The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary, visit their official website, Twitter, Facebook or check download their app from the Google Play Store or iTunes. You can also browse their online menu.
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You can reach The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary by calling (401) 274-1000.
At this time, in Rhode Island, marijuana can only be sold to medical card holding patients. For more information about how to obtain a medical marijuana card in Rhode Island, please visit The Department of Health’s official medical marijuana website. If you have specific questions for the state regarding cannabis, call (401)-222-5860 or email them on their contact page .
The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s Providence dispensary is located in Providence County and proudly serves the communities of Cranston, Johnston, North Providence, Fairlawn, East Providence, Pawtucket and more.
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