First-time cannabis users should proceed with caution. It is recommended that you first try it in a safe, familiar environment.

Start very slow. Wait at least one to two hours after using to determine the effects.

Keeping a usage log is the best way to learn what optimal cannabis dosing regimen is best for you.

In a private space where smoking and/or vaping are allowed. Smoking cannabis in public spaces is prohibited by state and local laws. Sorry, but using cannabis products in or around our  dispensary is prohibited.

Be safe – never drive or operate machinery under the influence of cannabis. Keep your cannabis in a secure area of your vehicle, out of reach of the driver and passengers. Cannabis is not allowed to cross state or territories.

We recommend storing your cannabis in a dark, dry and cool place to keep it fresh. For safety, always keep your cannabis in a locked and secure location in your home away from children and pets.

Congratulations! Please note there may be additional health risks associated with cannabis consumption for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or planning on becoming pregnant. Please consult your doctor.

1- You need to be 21 years of age or older.
2- Certification from an authorized physician.
3- Copy of a valid government ID.
4- Certified check for $25.

Yes, Medical Cannabis is legal in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico has legalized medical cannabis, but the act of smoking cannabis is still illegal with or without a card:


CO2 Oils
Oral Drops

Yes! If you have a valid medical cannabis card that is government issued and a physician’s referral, you can make a medical cannabis purchase at our dispensary.

Depending on your condition, our Budtender will recommend the dosage that is right for you.

It is valid for 1 year.  After one year, it must be renewed.

Yes, you may use a card from another state in Puerto Rico. However, you must obtain a recommendation letter from the Puerto Rico Health Department and bring it with you to our dispensary. This is necessary because the conditions for authorized for cannabis in Puerto Rico’s may not be the same as in other countries.

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