Missoula Cannabis Caregivers - Missoula, MT
|Traveling Range:||10 mi|
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|Monday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Thursday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Saturday:||12:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM|
|Sunday:||12:00:00 PM - 04:00:00 AM|
More About This Dispensary
What’s on the Menu?
Missoula Cannabis Caregivers grows their plants in an organic cultivation center. Their aeroponic systems give the growers optimal control over their harvest’s quality. Thanks to their years of experience, the growing staff at Missoula Cannabis Caregivers has one of the largest seed banks in the state. The strains raised include classics like Sour Diesel and exclusives like Trinity.
The dispensary also sells medicinal products like:
- Vape cartridges
- Infused cooking oils
- Dessert edibles
- Pet medicine
- Salves and creams
Under Montana law, all medical cannabis products must go through quality testing. Missoula Cannabis Caregivers sends every item to a state-certified lab that follows the state’s high standards. Missoula Cannabis Caregivers offers gear like rolling papers and pipes, so you can use the medication method of your choice.
Being a Patient at Missoula Cannabis Caregivers
Both new and experienced medical marijuana patients will feel welcome at Missoula Cannabis Caregivers. The budtenders work with you to answer your questions and address your health needs.
Veterans, the dispensary’s focus population, can receive honorary discounts on their medicine. Non-veterans can also benefit from their rewards program.
Directions and Location
Stop by Missoula Cannabis Caregivers at 5646 W. Harrier St. in Missoula, near Missoula International Airport. Take exit 99 off I-90. ADA-accessible parking is available for patients with disabilities. Remember to bring cash — it’s the only payment method this shop accepts.
The cultivators at Missoula Cannabis Caregivers have raised quality botanicals for more than 14 years. Their master leader, Travis Williams, has a personal stake in his crop. After facing traumatic events as a soldier in Iraq, he used medical marijuana to treat his PTSD.
When Montana added PTSD as a qualifying condition, he knew he had to grow natural medicine for traumatized veterans like him. So, he worked with the Missoula Cannabis Caregivers team to curate a high-quality inventory.