Compassionate Cultivation is a San Antonio High-CBD Medical Marijuana Delivery Service
Compassionate Cultivation dutifully serves individuals living with intractable epilepsy as one of Texas’ few licensed medical cannabis organizations. The Compassionate Cultivation team is proud to cultivate and dispense high-CBD cannabis remedies in full compliance with state law. With delivery available to homebound San Antonio patients, individuals across Texas rely on Compassionate cultivation’s discreet, speedy cannabis care.
Compassionate Cultivation was founded to offer Texas patients a compliant, safe way to access both education and high-quality cannabis medicine. The team is lead and championed by its medical director, Dr. Keough. She only began advocating for Compassionate Cultivation after reading piles of scientific data in support of high-CBD’s potential effects on intractable epilepsy. Compassionate Cultivation offers San Antonio patients with access to high-CBD cannabis of the highest caliber, delivered with discretion and respect.
How to Order:
San Antonio patients can order Compassionate Cultivation’s medical marijuana only if they have been diagnosed with intractable epilepsy and discussed cannabis treatment with their physicians. To purchase cannabis for delivery, patients simply log on to Compassionate Cultivation’s website and select their desired medicine. A delivery courier will quickly travel to San Antonio to drop off the cannabis remedy at the patient’s address.
Compassionate Cultivation offers statewide medical marijuana delivery and proudly serves patients across the San Antonio region. Suffering individuals in Alamo Heights, Leon Valley, Live Oak, and Universal City can easily order from Compassionate Cultivation. The organization’s delivery couriers travel to Helotes, Grey Forest, Macdona and Pleasanton with speed. Patients in New Braunfels, Stockdale, San Marcos and Kerrville rely on Compassionate Cultivation. Throughout south-central Texas, Compassionate Cultivation gladly supplies patients with pharmaceutical-grade, high-CBD cannabis.
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