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6) JimRinX 
Saturday, 5 February 2011 03:53

I cannot believe that it is necessary for "Street Prices" to be charged to Patients for Pot; for, though I know that there'd be many, many people trying to buy Medical Pot on the cheap and then reselling it one the 'street market', it only cost me about $55-70 to grow an ounce of Pot, under lights, on a four month cycle (takes longer, but you get more in three four month harvests than you do with four three month ones; Good Things Take Time.

Posted as comment
to Weedmart: Marijuana Superstores. IPOs. Reality TV,Mother Jones, jan/feb 2011.

5) the_mayor 
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 03:24

"Dispensaries may not be the best way
to distribute medical marijuana.

What about pharmacies?
We already have pharmacies. Why don't we get state or federal approval to allow pharmacies to distribute it? They already have the regulations, the training, and the licensing to dispense the drugs. And thats what it is --a drug"

Mayor Lupe Alvarez Of Guadalupe, CA
in the Santa Maria Sun, March 18, 2010, p 5.
4) Buckie Minor 
Saturday, 18 December 2010 17:13

"You don't go into a Walgreens with a headache and put on a blindfold and pick something off a shelf. But that's what some people are doing when they buy (medical) marijuana".

Mr. Buckie Minor, in

"Colorado weighs difficulties of pot regulations", Cannabisnews.com,
KRISTEN WYATT, Associated Press
November 26,2010

3) M. Riverz 
Wednesday, 15 December 2010 22:45

What bothers me, as a physician, is this: if it's medical, then treat it like a pharmaceutical. Educate me, and my patients, about rational use, proper dosages, potential benefits for each approved condition, potential side effects, and how to manage them. Put a good, consistent product in the pharmacy of my hospital, so when I write a prescription, I know what my patient is getting. Don't call it "medical" if some MD can "treat" you for 5 minutes and approve your trip down the street to marijuana milkshake night. It's a travesty to call this medicine.

Posted as Comment (#72) to New York
Times story "When Capitalism Meets Cannabis"

2) the_shamer 
Tuesday, 14 December 2010 14:38

Regulation is coming to California as well. For too long shoddy growers have had control over the quality on the market and the prices. There is something SERIOUSLY wrong when after 14 years of medical marijuana being legal, the black market still controls prices in the legal establishments.

This just tells everyone that growers are selling to the highest bidder, legal or otherwise. But those same growers will go running behinf patients and claim to be 'medical' whenever the police come around.

And these same growers who walk around claiming 'I do it for the patients', are KNOWN to not be concerned for sick peoples health. COUNTLESS shoddy growers took their harvest to a dispensary that started doing test for mold and got their crop returned. And what did the 'for the patient' growers do? They took their mold crop to a different dispensary in the east bay that does not test for mold and did not mention the positive test.

PATIENTS are working with the state legislature to end this.

posted to [Colorado weighs difficulties of pot regulations] on Nov 26, 2010
1) bigx 
Thursday, 9 December 2010 15:33

Medical pot prices are insane!!!

Folks are selling their stuff
to get pot.

I heard of a case where someone
with severe arthritis signed over
his car to buy pot from a
un-compassionate pot provider

give me a break
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