Hawaii allows dispensaries to cultivate, produce and sell their own products without having to outsource. Cure Oahu plans to make the most out of this policy by dedicating dedicate themselves to taking care with every step of the process, from seed to sale. Their artisans will use the most advanced cultivation and production techniques to ensure a quality product. Cure Oahu will stock flower, concentrates, topicals, tinctures and more.
Hawaiian medical marijuana patients must register for the state’s medical cannabis program. Once they finish registration, they will receive a 329 card to prove their program membership. To get a 329 card, also known as a medical marijuana card, you must apply through the state. Part of the application process involves working with your doctor to verify you have a qualifying condition.
Cure Oahu has not opened their dispensary for business yet. But, they have established a storefront at 727 Kapahulu Ave. Find it near Kapahulu’s intersections with Palani Avenue and Winam Avenue.
Due to the dispensary’s recent establishment, they haven’t promoted their policies on payment, delivery or appointments. To get the most updated information, call ahead before you visit, or take along cash in case they don’t accept credit or debit cards. They may offer more services as their business grows.
Cure Oahu brings years of medical marijuana experience to the cannabis frontier state of Hawaii. The leaders of this shop have spent decades working with professionals in Colorado’s medical cannabis industry. Even though Hawaii has only recently distributed permits to dispensaries, Cure Oahu will provide the same services as an established shop.
Patients in the Honolulu area can take advantage of Cure Oahu’s medical services. The staff at Cure Oahu wants to improve their patients’ lives through compassion and education.