SWC Prescott - Prescott, AZ
|Traveling Range:||10 mi|
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|Monday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Thursday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Friday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Saturday:||10:00:00 AM - 7:00:00 PM|
|Sunday:||12:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM|
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The SWC Shopping Experience
This list should give you an idea of the kinds of items that SWC sells. They have an up-to-date menu on their website, so check there if you want to see what they have in stock today.
- Indica: Critical Plus 2.0, Skywalker and Sensi Star
- Sativa: Sunburn, ATF, Kilimanjaro and Strawberry Cough
- Hybrid: LSD, Chem Valley Kush, Agent Orange, Blue Widow, Flo and Pineapple Trainwreck
- Extracts: Terp, kief, resin, shatter, wax, RSO, vape cartridges, space rocks and soapstone
- Edibles: Brownies, blondies, cookies, juice, chewy candy, gummies, hot sauce, popcorn, ice cream, soda, lollipops, candy bars, capsules and tinctures
- Topicals: Rubs, oils, ointments and lip balm
Getting to SWC
You’ll have to stop by in person to buy your meds — they don’t deliver. SWC’s Prescott location dispenses at 123 E. Merritt Ave., near Montezuma Street. When you go, make sure to bring cash or a debit card and your Arizona state-issued medical marijuana card. They have an ATM on site if you need it.
Like every other dispensary in Arizona, SWC can only accept medical marijuana cards from Arizona residents. If you live in Arizona and want to get a medical marijuana card, you need to sign up for the state’s online medical marijuana patient registry.
SWC Prescott helps local patients find the right marijuana remedies for their chronic illnesses and conditions. They advocate for the safe, legal use of medical marijuana as an alternative therapy. To spread awareness about the benefits of medical marijuana, SWC gives their patients a quality dispensary experience and contributes to local causes.
One leaf at a time, SWC wants to use the healing properties of marijuana to make the world a more compassionate place to live. They believe that social change and a wider variety of natural medical treatments are intertwined.