Releaf Alaska strives to be the premier provider of professional and private medical marijuana education and evaluations in Anchorage, Alaska and throughout the state wherever their mobile services are requested. Creating a comfortable environment, Releaf Alaska’s mission is to aid patients wishing to acquire their medical marijuana recommendation and identification card,educating them on how medical cannabis can ease their individual symptoms.
The founder of Releaf Alaska carries extensive experience working with medical cannabis. When it achieved its legal medical status in Alaska in 2014, she decided to become more active in Alaska’s caregiver system. Losing her mother to cancer around that time, she vowed to help patients one person at a time to help them gain access to the medicine they need to improve their health. She opened Releaf Alaska to connect patients in Anchorage and, thanks to her mobile office, anywhere else in Alaska to doctors in order to consult about their qualifications for medical cannabis.
Once patients are scripted and entered into the State of Alaska’s medical marijuana registry, Releaf Alaska strives to educate their patients on a wide number of medical cannabis topics, including cannabinoids, different applications, legalities, how different strains can help with different medical conditions, and much more information. Education is an utmost priority at Releaf Alaska, and they strive to serve and foster a relationship with their community. They will gladly research and uncover any information they don’t know through their extensive expertise, and Releaf Alaska is proud to have helped patients with Chrons, PTSD, cancer and many other conditions to find an improved quality of life.
Releaf Alaska is locally owned and operated.They proudly offer discounts for veterans and medical marijuana card holders, as well as reduced rates for renewal patients. Their team is more than happy to answer any question a patient might have over the phone, and will do due research to give as accurate and up-to-date information as possible. Both walk-ins and scheduled appointments are welcome during business hours.
Releaf Alaska is based in Anchorage, Alaska, nestled between the Walter J. Hickel Parkway and the 1 freeway. Thanks to their mobile services, they are able to serve patients throughout Alaska state, driving as far from Anchorage as Fairbanks, Bethel and beyond. Their Anchorage offices proudly serve the Eagle River, Point Mackenzie, Wasilla, Alyeska, Hope, Susitna, Big Lake and Knik-Fairview areas.
Anchorage, Alaska is located in the southern region as one of the larger cities in the state. It is located right on the Gulf of Alaska, facing Fire Island and the Turnagain Arm just across the water. Far North Bicentennial Park and Chugach State Park surround the city, and the Elmendorf Air Force Base serves as its northern border. Home to Alaska Pacific University and the University of Alaska at Anchorage, Anchorage welcomes travelers through the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. From anywhere along the Knik River down to the Skilak Lake, Releaf Alaska proudly serves any patient in need.
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They go by two names. Three if you count the LLC. Releaf Alaska is what their business name is under, The Happy Farmer, LLC is the corporation that owns the business license for The Happy Farmer LLC and The Healing Center must of been another name they were trying to use. They are also listed here as a "DOCTOR" Which they are not. These businesses are owned and ran by a woman named Lori Brandt. She is alo the person that ran the meeting where I paid $225 for my "Medical Marijuana Recommendation" for 12 plant allowance and an additional $125 for an EXTRA PLANT COUNT certificate of 12 additional plants. So total of 24 plants. Then was told I could still grow 6 more because in AK that is the normal allowed plant count. ALL OF THOSE STATEMENTS WERE A LIE. And to top it off when I went to send in my documentation that was filled out completely by this company and their "Doctor" they provided on site in the Courtyard Marriott in Jan 2018. The "Doctor" was nothing but a PA-c which is a certified physicians assistant and according the Department of Health services not a "Doctor" at all. And therefore my recommendation is invalid. I then asked about the plant limit. I was told by DHSS that 6 plants (3 flowering) is the maximum allowed, not 12 as many of us (20 people approx) were told in the meeting that day. DHSS has confirmed along with AMCO (Alcohol and Marijuana Control Board) that the medical marijuana card does not allow any additional plants other than the 6 plants that the state already allows. And only 3 can be flowering. The additional plant count is complete BULLSHIT on their part and a way to get another $125 CASH FROM YOU!!! The only reason I even needed my medical marijuana card was because of my pain management doctor requiring it to continue my pain management. For his records, and also so I can grow what I need to help with my Multiple Sclerosis management. Now I am forced to pull the plants I started to abide by the rules of the state. Which I thought I was doing. Thanks for STEALING MY CASH. Yes they only accepted cash! I am blasting this all over the internet and reporting this company to the BBB, the AMCO and consumer affairs. so hopefully she won't lie to anyone else and steal their hard earned money. SHAME ON YOU FOR STEALING FROM DISABLED AND SICK PEOPLE.... SHAME!!!!!