Citizen Pain 
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    ReLeaf Spring 2016

    Strains: 36

    Top strain: Holland Hope

    Top edible: Elevation Bar 6035

    Unique feature: One-on-one consults for people from all walks of life.

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    ReLeaf Spring 2016

    Strains: 20 to 30

    Top strain: White Widow

    Top edible: Sour Gummies

    Unique feature: "We treat all patients as family. Large selection of medicine, outstanding service and quality and competitive pricing."

    Best Of 2015: Medical Marijuana Dispensary: West

    According to Michael Foster, one of Strawberry Fields' managers, one word explains how this organic-minded store has stayed the best medical marijuana dispensary on the west side since winning this category last year. That word is efficiency. "We're efficient through and through," he says, "from our actual retail-type store, where we sell products to our medical patients, all the way to our grow facility ... we're trying to be better each and every second. Not each and every day, but each and every second." — Griffin Swartzell

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    ReLeaf Spring 2016

    Strains: 10 to 15

    Top strain: Bubblegum

    Top edible: Mountain Medicine Peanut Butter Bar

    Unique feature: Solvent-less concentrates made in-house, testing at 71 percent THC.

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    ReLeaf Spring 2016

    Strains: 30

    Top strain: Girl Scout Cookies

    Top edible: Incredibles

    Unique feature: The center says shoppers will find the biggest deals and discounts, and the best prices in town.

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    ReLeaf Spring 2016

    Strains: 12 to 15

    Top strain: Girl Scout Cookies

    Top edible: Wana Sour Gummies

    Unique feature: The center says shoppers will find the biggest deals and discounts, and the best prices in town.

    Best Of 2015: Medical Marijuana Dispensary: East

    What drew manager Aaron Grubbs to join the company? "[THC has] a lot more professional image as far as dress code, cleanliness, the layout ... it's more of a good company feel," he says. It stays ahead with low prices and good sales, a strong return policy and a charity van service. Yes, for cancer patients and anyone else who can't drive because of a serious disability or illness — whether THC patients or not — the business operates a free, handicapped-accessible transportation service to and from medical appointments. "We work a lot with Penrose Hospital, Memorial Hospital and Rocky Mountain Cancer [Center]," Grubbs says. "It's our way of always giving back." — Griffin Swartzell

 

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