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Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center is a Medical dispensary serving Providence last seen at 1 Corliss Street in zip code 02904. Here are Google Maps directions to Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center; we can't confirm if they are open at this time.
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Recreational cannabis is legal. Medical has been legal in the Ocean State since 2006. We've pulled together a list of dispensaries around Providence. Also check out weed delivery options in Providence, RI - hint, delivery in Rhode Island is medical-only.
Products from the cannabis flower for the medical and recreational markets are basically identical. The difference rests in the quantity of cannabis that can be purchased and allowable dosage.
This is the most convenient and reasonably-priced service that we have found for same-day online evaluation: Get Your Rhode Island Medical Cannabis Card. You will pay $179 only if you successfully receive a Rhode Island prescription for medical marijuana - MMJ.
Rhode Island accepts medical marijuana MMJ cards from other states - sychronizing access to plant medicine. Long before we spoke of medical and recreational, there was home grown; Rhode Island has declared: yes, cultivation of up to twenty-four plants per household is permitted by 21+ adults with medical cannabis ID.
While Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center isn't yet available here for online ordering, your state has this to say about growing your own weed: yes, cultivation of up to twenty-four plants per household is permitted by 21+ adults with medical cannabis ID. If homegrow sounds like too much trouble, you can show for other kinds of cannabis products on our sibling site hempshop, an online dispensary: we ship Delta 9, HHC, , CBD and more to Rhode Island.
Is this dispensary better than that dispensary? Which is the best? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA), in Rhode Island there are 29.300000000000004% dog households and 27.6% cat households, so folks differ in their preferences. We count at least 3 dispensaries in Ocean State: if we can find a better dispensary than Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center near Providence then we will let you know.