Medical marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania are bracing for a surge in new customers when vaporizable “flower” — the most popular and recognizable form of cannabis — goes on sale on Wednesday, Aug. 1.Read More
Due to space limitations, please note that only ESSENTIAL visitors are permitted to accompany patients to TerraVida.Read More
“This research is critical for the medical community to better understand the real-life application cannabis plays in patients’ lives,” said Chris Visco, whose TerraVida dispensaries will be participating in this research study. “We are thrilled to be the first state to show how the industry can contribute to valuable research.”Read More
TerraVida Holistic Centers held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Montgomery County’s first medical marijuana dispensary April 23.Read More
PurePenn, a licensed grower-processor of medical marijuana, will harvest its first plants that will be distributed to dispensaries beginning next week.
The McKeesport-based facility will be sold as Moxie by PurePenn at Solevo Wellness in Squirrel Hill and TerraVida Holistic Center in Sellersville.Read More
The price of medical marijuana could fall dramatically for some patients by mid-summer. And the drug will soon be used to treat opioid withdrawal in Pennsylvania, which will become the second state after New Jersey to allow it for that purpose.Read More
The Department of Health announced Thursday it will open a new round of applications for additional dispensaries and growers/processors early next month.Read More
Dr. Rebecca Maury, a Chestnut Hill resident who is board-certified in internal medicine and hospice and palliative care, this week quietly begins treating patients seeking to alleviate suffering from 17 serious medical conditions for which the state of Pennsylvania allows medicinal marijuana to be used.Read More
PENNSYLVANIA, USA – During the first few days of the launching of medical marijuana sales, Pennsylvania’s stock has been limited, but in general, it was victorious. Limited shares are due to a single distributor, but this does not concern most of the businessmen.Read More
SELLERSVILLE >> Don’t bother digging through TerraVida Holistic Centers’ trash for freebies from the medical marijuana dispensary.
“Our Dumpsters will be locked and there will be no marijuana in them,” said Chris Visco, TerraVida president and co-owner. “By law, we can’t dispose of any, so anybody who thinks that they’re gonna come to our trash cans and find scraps, they’re not.”Read More
Robert Consulmagno walked into TerraVida Holistic Center in Sellersville around 9:30 a.m. Saturday and left half an hour later feeling hopeful for the first time in a while.Read More
TerraVida co-owner Chris Visco says, the Sellersville, Bucks County location is open at 64 North Main Street. Visco says, she was inspired to join the field after finding out about a young girl in Colorado who was having 100 seizures a day. Visco says, The girl’s mother agreed to allow her daughter to have marijuana oil, dropping the seizures to just a few per month.Read More
The first medical marijuana dispensary is set to open in Southeast Pennsylvania.
"Today is a new day. It really is a new day in Pennsylvania.”Read More
Pennsylvania’s first days of medical marijuana sales have been limited by a lack of product variety, but overall, business owners are calling the launch a success.
While supplies are limited based on only one producer providing product, business owners don’t seem overly concerned about inventory.Read More
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State Senator Andy Dinniman welcomed a recent announcement that a medical marijuana dispensary is set to open in Malvern.Read More
A second medical marijuana dispensary in eastern Chester County is moving forward with the owner planning to open in late February.Read More
Philadelphia has lost one of its medical marijuana dispensaries and three others that were supposed to be operating by now have postponed their openings. Medical marijuana won’t be available in the city until at least March.Read More