The Best Medical Marijuana Edibles at PLPCC - PLPCC

Supporters of medical marijuana products are the first to acknowledge that smoking marijuana is not for everybody. That is why MMJ products are available in many different forms. Medical Marijuana Edibles The method you choose to consume can change the way you experience cannabis and its treatment for your symptoms. Different methods work differently for…(Read More)

differences between THC and CBD - PLPCC

There has been a flurry of news and medical cannabis research studies flooding the web since the early 2000s when marijuana legalization efforts began in earnest. Now, we are starting to see more and more cannabis products labeled as either CBD or THC products. Before you visit the nearest marijuana dispensary in San Diego, it…(Read More)


Fellow loyal friends and clients,  we’re looking for individuals who’s lives we have impacted with our services and products to support us tomorrow 3/1/2017 at 12 Noon at the Mission Valley Planning Group Meeting, located at Mission Valley Public Library, Community Room, 2123 Fenton Parkway, San Diego, CA 92108. Supporters do…(Read More)

Medical Cannabis Research - Point Loma Patient Consumer Co-Operative

With the growing trend in legalization of medical marijuana at the state level, and its as-yet-unresolved conflict with federal law and regulation, the debate over research efforts into its effectiveness as a medicinal substance continues to grow right along with it. From a scientific perspective, research is important if only to refine and…(Read More)

Medical Cannabis - Point Loma Patient Consumer Co-Operative

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 91 Americans die from opioid-related drug overdoses every day. Whether from prescription opioids or heroin, deaths by overdose have quadrupled since 1999. While it’s still too early to rely on historical evidence, researchers are making a strong case for medical marijuana to prevent these…(Read More)

Medical marijuana - PLPCC

California changed the marijuana landscape by voting to legalize recreational marijuana on November 8th, meaning that all Californians age 21 and older will have the right to buy, possess, cultivate and transfer marijuana — not just medical marijuana patients with a doctor’s recommendation. However — don’t abandon medical marijuana dispensaries for recreational shops just yet…(Read More)