Green Leaf Alaska is a Sitka Recreational Marijuana Dispensary
Green Leaf Alaska invites Sitka locals and visitors to stop by the shop and check out their inventory of professionally cultivated cannabis products. They are locally owned and operated and offer years of experience in the industry. The Green Leaf Alaska team utilizes sustainable practices and cares for each strain from seed to sale. Customers with questions are invited to stop by and chat with a knowledgeable Green Leaf team member or contact the staff by phone or via email and social media.
Green Leaf Alaska offers the finest cultivars in the state. They care for their products from seed to sale and send their inventory to CannTest to lab-test for potency and quality. Green Leaf’s menu of strain includes Indicas like G13 x Hash and Orange Berry Kush. Sitka customers who prefer Sativas will find top-shelf choices like Chem Dawg, Blue Dream, and Sour Diesel. Green Leaf also offers Alaskan grown hybrids like 818 Headband, Skywalker, Blueberry, and Lucky Number Sleven. Sitka customers can also spark up strain-specific premium prerolls. Green Leaf Alaska accepts cash, debit, and credit as forms of payment.
Green Leaf Alaska is a retail store that offers premium cannabis products. The dispensary is located on Halibut Point Road near the cruise ship landing in Sitka and services cannabis consumers in Sitka, Krestof Island, Baranof, and Goddard. Green Leaf provides parking with ADA compliant spaces and extends their services to customers in Petersburg, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Haines.
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