Sacred Garden is a Santa Fe Medical Marijuana Dispensary
Sacred Garden continues to be the leading medical marijuana dispensary since 2010 in Santa Fe, devoted to the medical cannabis communities searching for natural relief. The team at Sacred Garden is dedicated to providing the highest quality, natural and organic cannabis products; they proudly cultivate their products in-house which allows this Santa Fe medical marijuana dispensary to have complete quality control of their cannabis products. They continue to go above and beyond industry standards growing, their plants naturally using organic nutrients to provide medical marijuana patients with a safe, natural, and sustainable solution to alleviate their discomforts.
Zeke and his wife, Kelly, founded Sacred Garden in Santa Fe in 2010 with the goal to serve the medical cannabis community only the finest cultivated medical cannabis products the industry has to offer. The couple decided to venture into a business partnership and utilize the soil on their ranch for cultivation after New Mexico announced that the legislature voted to legalize cannabis for medical use. This Santa Fe dispensary initially began as a delivery service, tending to medical marijuana patients who did not have the convenient accessibility to medical cannabis, but later turned into a dispensary with a storefront in order to allow medical marijuana patients full accessibility to medical cannabis products. The founders of Sacred Garden are dedicated to helping people within the medical marijuana community and the team at Sacred Garden is committed to providing top-tier quality medical cannabis to their medical cannabis clientele, saving the world one joint at a time.
Sacred Garden focuses on optimizing the quality of their medical cannabis. They continuously rotate through fresh, dense, and potent strains, including strains like heavy hitting Gorilla Glue #4 designed to alleviate stress, pain, and depression, Alien Rock Candy for medical marijuana experiencing muscle spasm or inflammation, and their signature hybrid strain Sour Apple White Widow (SAWW) exclusive to Sacred Garden. This Santa Fe dispensary also carries Kief Hash, Honey Hash Oil (available in full grams of THC and CBD), and strain specific shatters available in half grams. Sacred Garden’s collection of edibles include a 200 mg Sacred Syrup available in cherry and lemon, Gummy Stars, chocolate bars, gluten-free, organic Fyah Bar, Canna Fudge, Canna Cookies, cereal bars, and Bliss Balls made with raw almonds, rolled oats, raw cashew meal, raw honey, almond butter, banana, chocolate, dried cranberries, coconut, cacao powder, cinnamon, and sea salt. In addition to their extensive selection of edibles, Sacred Garden also carries Canna-Caps designed for medical marijuana patients who have certain dietary restrictions proven to help treat anxiety, regain appetite, depression, muscle and joint pain, and insomnia.
Sacred Garden has been proudly serving their Santa Fe community for over six years. They are located on Luisa and Letrado Street near the Salvador Perez Park. This Santa Fe medical marijuana dispensary services the medical cannabis communities surrounding but not limited to Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Mora, Los Alamos, Gallup, and Estancia.
Serving as the fourth-largest state in New Mexico, Santa Fe is known as the oldest state capital city in the U.S. and the oldest city in New Mexico. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is open to the public, offering insight into her creative process and showcasing several of her masterpieces from the 20th century. The Loretto Chapel is known for its miraculous spiral staircase exploring the mystery of the architect behind the 360 degree staircase with no turns questioning the physics of its construction. Sacred Garden continues to be the leading medical marijuana dispensary carrying only the finest cultivated cannabis products from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, their amazing service and high quality cannabis product helps their medical cannabis community achieve full overall wellness.
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The most consistent, and BEST cured bud in the Southwest. Great extracts, edibles... THESE GUYS HAVE BEEN DOING IT CORRECTLY, SINCE DAY 1...!😀
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*****update*****can't believe they charge more for medicine when it's testing over 25%. That's really greedy. shame on the owners. they charge way more than any other disp. and now it's 16.00 a gram for bud that's 25% or higher. same soil same water same nutrients but not the same price. That's why Fruit of the Earth is always top disp in SF every year. That's very disappointing.
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Everything here is awesome! The staff here are great! Recommend it 110%
This place is super sweet. Great staff! Decent qualities and nice variety of edibles.
I am a regular there and have been going there for around 3 years. In my honest opinion they are the best Dispensary in Santa Fe. From the growers to the budtenders even the in house baker they all are amazing. They Know u by name and by the strain! I definitely recommend giving them a shot you won't be disappointed. They let u pick which bud u want right out of the big ass bud jars they're not pre-packaged like at other spots. Love these guys! 👍
I tried 2 strains from Sacred Garden. In addition to being overpriced, it was also very low quality.
Sacred Garden's bud comes in small, one-gram-sized plastic bags, or "prepackaged," as it says on the labels. I asked some questions about popularity of strains and those used by chronic pain patients, and the young gentleman made some suggestions. I took home samples of Island Sweet Skunk, Shoreline, Chedderwurst, and Hash Plant. Unfortunately, none of the strains I tried were strong enough for intractable pain.
The Island Sweet Skunk was the best of the four, with low-to-medium resin, an average amount of sticks/stems, and no seeds. It was similar to (the memory of) High Desert's Island Sweet Skunk strain, with almost the same THC strength, but less terpenes and resin.