Vermont Patient Alliance is a Montpelier Medical Marijuana Dispensary
As Vermont’s first medical marijuana dispensary, fully compliant with Senate Bill 76, Vermont Patient Alliance in Montpelier operates a cannabis research center where they cultivate and dispense medical cannabis products. This medical marijuana dispensary organization was established in June 2013 by a group of local physicians, nurses, scientist, and business leaders supporting charitable, scientific and educational activities for patients suffering from debilitating medical conditions. Vermont Patient Alliance is dedicated to their Montpelier medical marijuana patients, their mission is to provide a safe, comfortable, and legal environment for patients to access premium quality Cannabis and Cannabis infused products.
Vermont Patient Alliance’s Cannabis cultivation center allows them to cultivate their own strains utilizing the natural light and environmentally controlled growth chamber. Their strains are masterfully crafted to specifically target the discomforts of medical marijuana patients and tested to assure patients that Vermont Patient Alliance is committed to their needs and is only giving them what they need. Medical marijuana patients who prefer alternative methods of medicating can also find a selection of edibles like brownies, cookies, truffles, lozenges, salted caramels, gum drops, and infused honey at Vermont Patient Alliance. This Montpelier dispensary also carries herbal tinctures and syrups, CBD and THC capsules, topicals, hash, CO2 Oil, and Rick Simpson Oil.
The prestigious dispensary team at Vermont Patient Alliance made of Ph.D scientists, board certified doctors, lawyers, accountants, James Beard nominated chefs, herbalists, and experienced commercial growers also offers nationwide consulting on issues like Clinical research and development, Cannabis breeding, Cannabis quality and potency testing, Cannabis laboratory development, design, and accreditation, Nutraceutical product certification, and application and new business start up
Vermont Patient Alliance services all medical marijuana patients in the state of Vermont including communities surrounding Montpelier, Chelsea, Claremont, Newport, Hyde Park, Middlebury, and Bristol.
Montpelier is the capital of Vermont and the county seat of Washington County. The Vermont State House is one of the oldest, best-preserved state capitols still commanded by the State House for over 140 years. Just outside of Montpelier, the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium is a combination of a museum and planetarium where visitors can explore the Museum’s 60-inch diameter OmniGlobe to see patterns and trends in the planet’s natural and political landscape. Knight’s Spider Web Farm, also known as “The Original Web Site” is an art studio and retail outlet where visitors can experience a truly unique form of art made from spider webs. From the capital of Montpelier to the Manchester Center, Vermont Patient Alliance is proud to continue being Montpelier’s leading medical cannabis provider.
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As a new customer of medical cannabis, I was a bit apprehensive of anything the government gave sanction to. I was very pleased with the pleasant atmosphere, greeting(s) and overall upbeat but very peaceful vibe. My questions were answered clearly & patiently and I left there looking forward to my next visit (or delivery:-)
I've been going to VPA for three years and I don't have one complaint.
Conscientious people both with the customers and behind the scenes.
Their products are varied - so many choices for non-smokers.
There's a decent variety of delicious and nutritional Edibles, perhaps some things you won't find anywhere else.
They have tinctures, elixirs, pills, suppositories.
For smokers there is rich hash, powerful rosin and pre-rolls in addition to a rotating menu of dozens of varieties of flower.
They often can offer these products in a variety of strengths of THC/CBD.
I've tried just about everything they sell.
I vouch for the easement of pain, mood and nausea with all of their products.
I have several debilitating & painful conditions, so trust me when I guarantee this stuff works!
Not sure why others here are attacking the flower quality.
I participated in their migraine study and contrasting several varieties was truly eye-opening.
Sure, maybe there's stronger THC and maybe these critics below are the bad-ass growers they boast to be.
But don't you believe for a minute that this isn't high quality service of a high quality medicine.
Weak overpriced flower...Not even one 20% in the whole menu...After 3years of growing, to not have anything but weak 10-15% THC is just incredibly fieThey have pictures of popcorn buds for shake...Yet the shake they sell is finely powdered and looks like ground up leaf!50 a gram hash just is icing on the whole sad mess...Hey guys, if you can't hit 20% in an age and time where they are hitting 30% maybe read a book how¿ sad sad sad..
Making my first appointment was quick and easy. The person on the other end gave clear directions to the location of the dispensary. When you arrive, the building is plain and discreet with no signage or advertising.
When I entered I was greeted with a happy smile, and a large open waiting room. I noticed the walls and floors were made of wood. Since I was quite early to my appointment, I enjoyed a comfortable wait as the employee in the waiting room patiently answered my questions.
Sales occur in a separate room, discreetly behind closed doors. There is a plethora of products available with THC and/or CBD options for all methods of consumption. Prices are higher than I would like, but I expected to pay more than I would on the black market. Regardless, I got a handful of goodies.
The entire visit takes place on the ground floor. I don't recall if there is a step, or a need for a ramp for wheelchair access.
I'm happy with my first visit to VPA, and I look forward to my next.
Medical Weed has been legal in vt since 2004 but the political systems historic tradition of stigmatizing substances has made consumer access to clear up to date information to be a serious social challenge to navigate.
Ive been on medical leave for nine months on a journey of coping and recovery. I have the privledge and ability to use medicaide and medicare health insurance to cover the cost of particpating plan doctors. I met with about ten different doctors, some more specialized and some more general care focused. I received excuses of why i was hearing "no" from every one except my gynocologist: who was also the only female doctor i had at the time. She was willing to write on my card application what everyone already knew; i have a general chronic pain condcondition.
This was the closest dispensory to me. They are super stealth incognito without any storefront signage but close to the train station.
I think the price is fair.
I bought two hybrid samples (indica and stevia) plus a bank bag lock container for $7£
The smell, decor, info, candy, and professionalism was all good.
I was thrown off that my consultant hadnt tries the products theirself but then i realized what a double standard the judgement of her lack of "understanding and familiarity" was with the merch/meds.
I dont expect a pyschiatrist or any doctor to have personally taken every perscription they may suggest to patients. So why would i in this situation? Especially since they could be incriminalized for admitting useage if they didnt have the privledge to jump through the hoops to qualify for a piece of plastic card.
This establishments existence is a controlled and monitored revolution. I hope one opens and occupies white river junction vt soon as well.