Have A Heart is a Kauai Medical Marijuana Dispensary
Have A Heart, formerly Green Aloha, spearheads lasting, alternative relief by providing patients in Kauai and beyond with safe, naturally grown medical marijuana products. They’re considerate, value their patients’ time and needs, and empower their visitors to understand their cannabis medicine and improve their overall quality of life.
Back in 2016, the then-called Green Aloha was the proud recipient of one of only eight medical marijuana dispensary licenses granted by the Hawaii Department of Health. The Green Aloha team, based in Kauai, is comprised of health professionals, business leaders and agricultural experts dedicated to providing clean medicine and a safe dispensary environment for medical marijuana patients. They’re proud to spearhead the new cannabis industry and harness the latest science, technological advances and best practices to pass on alternative, cannabis-based therapies. The dispensary renamed itself Have A Heart, and plans on opening in late 2017 to provide all Kauai patients with clean and efficient marijuana medicine.
Have A Heart uses all-organic growing practices, keeping their cannabis free of pesticides or synthetic chemicals. Have A Heart’s enclosed environment allows them to quality control their crops, keeping their flower free of mold, mildew, or other pests. Kauai patients may browse through Have A Heart’s flower, concentrates, tinctures, capsules, and more to find the optimal cannabis solution for their needs. When Hawaii licenses its first quality control laboratories, Have A Heart will submit their medical marijuana to the facility to test for purity, potency, and any contaminants.
Have A Heart is located on Kauai, designated as the sole licensed dispensary to serve the island’s population. Their medical marijuana dispensary serves patients residing in Wainiha, Princeville, Hanalei, and Kilauea. Proud to serve Kapaa, Lihue, and Wailua patients, Have A Heart shares the aloha with Waimea, Eleele, and Kalaheo. Have A Heart invites Pakala Village, Eleele, and Koloa registered patients to take advantage of their organically-grown cannabis.
Kauai, nicknamed “The Garden Isle,” is approximately 20 miles in diameter and covered in a tropical rainforest. Destinations like the Alaka’i Wilderness Preserve, the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park, and the Wailua River State Park attract thousands to their green, plentiful trails and coast views. The Poipu Beach Park is a popular beach destination featuring high-class hotels, and Kawaikini peak on Mount Waialeale towers above the rest of the island.