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Its under new ownership/doctor but still hit them up. There great.btw its appointment only/
This place has been closed for 3 months now, The previous review is invalid and not correct. Also this place is not a scam.
It's a hole in the wall on the other side of the salon by Sylvias Country Kitchen with just a door saying Can-Care Wellness Center. For added ease, I scheduled an apt for my mom and I(I'm 17). After walking in some very nice people handed us two papers to fill out,they asked if we had any pill bottles to more easily prove our conditions, I did, my mom didnt. They were easily able to find her doctors and (i guess) confirm her scripts. she was in and out pretty fast after skyping with a doctor(i dont believe they have on staff doctors). Being under 18, I had to go through more paperwork and wait for another doctor. While waiting, we talked to a very helpful lawyer over the phone discussing her "growing exemption". We had to wait unusually long but they gave us cold water bottles and apologized frequently. VERY NICE PEOPLE. The doctor apparently had JUST landed in Hawaii and was skyping me from the plane. It was quick and easy. We then signed our "recommendations" and were out fast. GREAT place, GREAT people, VERY simple. I definitely will come back next year!
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Just went to my appointment for renewal and the place was locked up (made my appointment last night). The people next door said they came in and moved all their stuff out this morning. Too bad for all those people who think they will get verified the next time they go in to a new dispensary.
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