As a medical cannabis grower and site manager, Brian Smarr has been working with Trulieve, West Virginia's first dispensary, for two years. "If you want to grow consistent, high-quality medical cannabis, there's far more that goes into it," Smarr said. "I consider this a precision agricultural field, and it's just highly focused on consistency."
Trulieve is celebrating the 4/20 holiday with a unique series of special events. For patients this month, there will be opportunities to meet the cannabis growers, lessons on patient certification, and other educational sessions.
The dispensary works side by side with members of West Virginia communities to provide resources through advocacy, events, and education. Events like the 4/20 celebration are intended to support diversity, equity, and inclusion through sponsorships, events, and programs.
Its patients across the state can choose from a large selection of THC products available in a variety of consumption methods, including flowers, concentrates, tinctures, topicals, and ingestibles, among other options.
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