Keystone Shops is a King of Prussia Medical Marijuana Dispensary
Keystone Shops is dedicated to offering welcoming and informative dispensaries for medical marijuana patients to discover natural, alternative cannabis medicines. Their King of Prussia dispensary will soon provide compassionate service to any patient in need. Keystone Shops works with community leaders and residents to help medical marijuana use to be safe and accepted throughout Pennsylvania.
When Pennsylvania legalized the medicinal use of marijuana to treat various qualifying conditions, a group of Pennsylvania natives came together to form what would become Keystone. Each member of the team advocated for cannabis on a local and state level and brought decades of medical experience, pharmaceutical knowledge, and marijuana industry expertise to the table. The founding team worked hard, and on June 29, 2017, Keystone Shops won one of the 27 permits from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to dispense medical cannabis to qualifying patients. Keystone Shops feels privileged to provide medical marijuana patients in King of Prussia and beyond with alternative relief. Come early 2018, Keystone Shops will open their dispensary doors to any registered medical marijuana patient in need of their aid.
Keystone Shops will provide a higher level of education to patients. Their dispensary model will craft their space into an open forum. Plans include hosting educational events with medical professionals, law enforcement personnel, and other industry insiders to shed light on medical marijuana’s negative stigma. Keystone Shops’ compassionate and highly trained dispensary technicians will gladly explain all aspects of medicinal cannabis and take the time to listen to each patient’s particular needs. Additionally, Keystone Shops plans to form Centers of Excellence around medical marijuana as part of a holistic, integrative therapy, as well as work with local nonprofits to raise awareness and funds for disease treatment. More than anything, Keystone Shops cares about their patients’ experience from beginning to end.
Keystone Shops’ King of Prussia will proudly partner with state-licensed cannabis grower/processors to equip medical marijuana patients with the finest pharmaceutical-grade medicines. By opening day, their facility will feature a full range of marijuana products such as pills, dissolvable tablets, tinctures, concentrates, topicals and ingestible oils. Cannabis extracts will be both cultivar-specific as well as specially formulated to optimize treatment of particular symptoms. Keystone Shops will focus on offering the highest quality of whatever cannabis therapies are available and plan on customizing their stock to suit the needs of their patients. To complement their patient’s experience, Keystone Shops will also offer King of Prussia patients different accessories to assist with medicine use. All medical cannabis is lab tested as mandated by the state.
On opening day, Keystone Shops will accept both cash and debit card payments. Keystone Shops is currently developing their loyalty program. and compassionate dispensary program to assist those needing financial assistance. Their dispensary features a private consultation room available for private appointments, and their dispensary technicians always welcome walk-ins.
Keystone Shops-King of Prussia will dutifully serve patients from throughout Montgomery County and beyond. Their dispensary technicians look forward to aiding West Norriton, Norristown, Audubon, Devon and Strafford cannabis patients. Suffering individuals from Conshohocken, Eagleville, Arcola, and Oaks will find alternative relief at their dispensary. Chesterbrook, Valley Forge, Berwyn and Haverford patients can rely on Keystone Shops. From Fort Washington to Charlestown and throughout the Upper Merion Township, Keystone Shops looks forward to aiding any suffering patient in need.
King of Prussia is a census-designated area in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania intersected by the 276 and 76 highways. The area is most well-known for the King of Prussia shopping mall, the largest indoor mall in the United States. With over 400 individual retailers and shops. The nearby Valley Forge Casino Resort features modern hotel rooms and plenty of casino games, and the Valley Forge National Historical Park features a handful of landmarks throughout its Revolutionary War site. The Schuylkill River flows through the northern side of the town, and the Elmwood Park Zoo features more than 300 animals species native to North America.
I heard that it's possible that the health department can recommend it, but is it a for sure thing now? Thanks!
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This place is a joke no flower or edibles the main things people need , Pa your so backwards
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hope its cheaper Maryland's a joke 2x black market price and buds so dry like rushed to cure