Buds and Roses Collective is a not-for-profit medical cannabis (marijuana) dispensing collective serving legally qualified patients since 2007.
We provide safe and affordable access solutions for the community’s need to herbal medicine for patients suffering from HIV/AIDS, cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, and other serious life-altering medical conditions. Buds and Roses Collective is organized to serve patients in the Studio City area. We provide community-based access to a wide variety of medication including high-quality herb, concentrates, and an assortment of specialty items.
We are committed to providing safe and affordable access to medical cannabis for as many qualified patients as possible. Furthermore, at Buds and Roses Collective, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality medicine and outstanding service to our members.
Buds and Roses Collective is one of the first fully licensed dispensing collectives operating in the City of Los Angeles.
Since 2007, Buds and Roses Collective has been — and continues to be — committed to both providing safe and affordable access and protecting that access. We strive to operate our collective that is a model of compassion and legal integrity. Buds and Roses Collective operates in strict compliance with the letter and the spirit of California’s medical cannabis laws.
In the Summer of 2010 the City deemed us one of the 41 ‘eligible’ collectives in the city of Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times covered this story on August 25, 2010. Read the City of Los Angeles’ Eligibility List.
And in December of 2013, Buds and Roses relocated 2 blocks east to be compliant with Los Angeles Prop D. “LOS ANGELES, CA — In a move that is likely to contribute to successful medical cannabis regulation in Los Angeles, several dispensaries in the region are in the process of relocating to Proposition D compliant facilities this week.
California residents voted to pass the measure in the May 2013 Mayoral election. In addition to placing a limit on the number of certified collectives permitted in the city, Prop D requires them to keep a certain distance from schools, parks, residential neighborhoods and other dispensaries.
Licensed dispensaries were given until December 17 to make any necessary adjustments. In turn, dispensary owners found themselves scrambling to find a location that would satisfy each of the requirements laid out by Proposition D. With that said, it became a race against time for many of them….”
Read more details here: Los Angeles Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Relocate In Compliance With Proposition D.