CannaMed of Northridge 9349 Melvin Ave., Northridge, CA 91324 Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-7pm Phone: (818) 701-6666 _ [B] Click here for map and directions. Reviewed by email@example.com Reviewed Saturday, 20 Apr 2007 04:20:00 PST This co-op is a bit hard to find. It took me a few times of driving around the block just to figure out where to go. They have no sign and blacked out windows, but i figured out it was suite # 9. They are right in the middle of buisness center and there is plenty of parking spots out front. Once inside, the waiting room was set up really nice with 2 big couches to sit on and a bunch of literature to read. They even had a chill little dog running around. There is a very friendly atmosphere at this co-op. They have one armed security guard but he was way cool.
Once inside the medication room I was impressed by the amount of content they carry. These guys may sell medical marijuana but they had everything from bongs and vaporizers, to candles and books. Very cool vibe here. It\'s part head shop, part dispensery part bookstore. They have quite an extensive menu as well. They also have an impressive collection of kifs and hashes as well plus a few concentrates and even a sativa spray. A very large double white boardt lists prices and which strains are sativa and which are indica. I will warn you though, the prices here are ridiculously high. They explained to me how they had to pay taxes but still. These guys are marked up way to high. They do have a real friendly staff that was very knowledgable. On a better note I was amazed at their edible selection. They had about every kind of Bliss bar known to man plus Bud-erfly edibles . I saw rice krispy treats, brownies, trail mix, and lots lots more as well. I tried a couple of strains from here. I wasnt super impressed. The herb here was dried out and lacking in potency. The Bubba Afgani I tried was decent, it was a little dry but it had that bubba smell and flavor. The sour diesel was lacking on the flavor and was not the sour D I know and love.
These guys have potential, but the prices are way to high to even be considered compassion and what they had to offer at those high prices just wasn\'t satisfactory. I\'d go here for edibles and to get some cool books or pipes but not to by my medication.